Kaingwe put up a classic show to score 38 points to win his second trophy in a week.
On other hand, seasoned female golfer Mbilizi had a score of 36 points with an 11-handcap
“It was a tight race but I had lots of pars and a birdie on hole 16 which made the difference. I was consistent and the weather was also good and I would like to thank Standard Bank for a well-organized tournament which boosted the morale,” said Mbilizi.
Standard Bank Deputy Head of Corporate Investment Banking (CIB) Linda Manda said they were impressed with the turnout and were excited that the tournament was oversubscribed.
“Standard Bank organized this tournament to interact with our customers and above all, as a Bank we encourage people to exercise. It is important that we have healthy people that is why we had Be More Race recently,” said Manda.
Manda said Standard Bank believes in doing more in fostering growth for Malawi.
“We are more than just a bank and we drive the growth of Malawi through different activities and products such as sports,” she said.
The tournament was organized in partnership with Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) with an aim of promoting e-tax payment. The Nchalo tournament attracted over 70 golfers.