The Club was established in 1924 by the European settlers and was strictly patronized by white settlers and no other race was allowed. This was just a small building and the man who was very actively involved was Colonel Swain of the British Army.
After Kenya acquired independence from the British, Africans started taking up membership at Kitale Club. Today, the Club is multiracial and all races intermingle freely in a friendly atmosphere.
It has an 18-hole, well-lawned and expansive course, sitting on several acres of land with high quality design. The set up achieves ecological enhancement as the exotic forest consisting of pine, cypress, jacaranda and eucalyptus trees blends well with the indigenous tress creating a serene & cool microclimate.
Corporate Golf Tournament – Saturday, 11th June 2022
Junior Golf Tournament – Sunday, 12th June 2022
Caddy Fee Celebrations – Monday, 13th June 2022
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