Airtel Uganda is putting back Ugandan golf on the regional map by launching a partnership with Lady Golfers at the Uganda Golf Club.Airtel Customer service director, Ms. Giles awards one of the achievers of the golf game
Airtel has entered into partnership with the Uganda golf fraternity and initially sponsoring the ladies nights on selected Fridays.
Airtel Uganda Managing Director, Arindam Chakrabarty said, “Golf is fast becoming a lifestyle preference for a considerable number of Ugandans and Airtel Uganda will continue partnering of premier golf events which allow us to support the development of the game, as well as connect with customers by sharing their passion and interests.”Airtel’s PRO Pheona Wall, takes a swing during the inaugural training session
In addition to the ladies nights Airtel shall be sponsoring four ladies Ladies tournaments (Gadies & Lentlemen 21st June, Tombstone 16th August, Entrepreneurship 16th November & Turkey Trot 20th December) in addition to every 3rd Friday 15 ladies will be allowed free tutorship courtesy of golf club and Airtel Uganda.Ladies being trained on how to handle their clubs and take shots
Airtel Uganda has consistently supported the sporting fraternity in Uganda and aside from golf; it has sponsored many sports activities over the years including Football, Rugby, Basketball, Volleyball, Table tennis and Golf amongst others. Airtel has also continued to invest in supporting sports in Uganda through the Mandela Stadium, which is currently being refurbished by Airtel and is set to be the largest and most modern outdoor stadium in Uganda.Mrs. Flavia Lwanga awards one of the people that have been influential in the growth of ladies’ golf in Uganda
Mrs. Annette Kiconco, head of the Pro Ladies Section Uganda Golf Club acknowledged Airtel Uganda’s support for the golfing fraternity saying that the competition is expected to be tougher than ever this year.