Golf national team optimistic ahead of Zone Six

National golf team players during their training session on Wednesday. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
National golf team players during their training session on Wednesday. PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The senior national golf team is upbeat ahead of the Africa Zone Six Championship to be held in Uganda next week. The team held their first training session at Gaborone Golf Club on Wednesday.

The team comprises of eight golfers; Sipho Abueng, David Masole, Leroy Pearmain, Shane Granger Junior, Kesentseng Dube, Walter Seokemong, Nabeel Desai and Peter Podise.

Ten countries will take part in the tournament that kicks off on Tuesday and ends on Thursday.  Coach, Mpho Kelosiwang told Mmegi Sport that Botswana does not have a good track record in international tournaments due to various factors.  He said the country does not have high quality domestic events. “We do not have enough depth in terms of players. We have only 15 players who win championships all the time.

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