Judith Komugisha and Michael Alunga won the 2019 Stanbic Mug of Mugs golf tournament on Saturday at Uganda Golf Club.
Komugisha and Alunga returned 34 and 38 points respectively.
Playing off handicap 10, youngster Judith Komigisha posted seven pars a double bogey and several bogeys to win the ladies category.
Komugisha and Ernest Rukundo respectively won the nearest to the pin in the ladies and men’s September quarterly mugs.
Despite being her first year in the amateur ranks, Komugisha managed to record victories in several other tournaments including among others, the cross country championships, captain’s prize, and was also runners up at the Entebbe ladies open.
She is now eyeing the ladies open next year.
Uganda Golf Club lady captain Anna Abeja toped Handicap 0-16 with 33 points followed by Rose Azuba with 32 points. Abeja also won the longest drive women and nearest to the Mug of Mugs.
Joseph Kasozi from Namulonge golf club was also the gentleman of the day after winning the longest drive men September Quarterly Mug and guest winner awards.
Meanwhile, Kenya has won the 2019 Serena golf junior championship after dominating seven categories at the lakeside Par 72 Serena golf course.
The three-day kid’s golf tournament climaxed on Sunday with Over 50 junior golfers from hosts Uganda, Kenya, Sweden, China, United States, and South Africa competing in age groups of under seven, eight to nine years, ten to twelve, and thirteen years and above in both boys’ and girls’ categories.
Nathan Ngw’eno from Kenya topped 13 years and above with 220 points after the last day while fellow Kenyan Alyssa Jamal topped girls 13 years above with 250 points. In the boys 10-12 YEARS, Junaid Manji collected 228 points to top the group while Kenya’s Audrey Gachora won the girls category.