Habari za leo wanajamii.Nimesikia kuwa Tanzania tumekubaliwa kushiriki kwenye International Golf Union.Na mwakani Tanzania itaenda Buenos Aires Brazil kushiriki.Je sisi wacheza golf za viwanja vya porini tunaruhusiwa kushiriki golf ya gymkhana walau tuweze kuendeleza vipaji vyetu? Kuna habari hii hapa chini http://www.thisday.co.tz/Sports/6465.html Dar for world golf tourney TANZANIA is expected to participate for the first time in the 2010 World Amateur Team Golf Championships set for October 20-31 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tanzania Golf Union (TGU) chairman Dioniz Malinzi said in Dar es Salaam yesterday Tanzanias eligibility for the tournament follows her confirmation as a member of the International Golf Federation (IGF) this year. Tanzania is now a member of IGF and the federation has invited us to play in the 2010 World Amateur Team Championships in Buenos Aires, said Malinzi. We are proud to be members of the IGF and weve accepted the invitation, he added. He said TGU intends to field a team of four amateur golfers in the championships. The 2010 World Amateur Team Championships will be the first biggest competitive event for Tanzania, which has all along been largely competing in regional events, including the East Africa Challenge Trophy. The current amateur golfers forming the youthful national team stand a great chance to represent the country in Buenos Aires, where they are expected to garner the much needed experience at the international level. The 2010 World Amateur Team Championships will feature two major events -- Espirito Santo Trophy scheduled for October 20-23 to be followed by the Eisenhower Trophy from October 28-31. Other events to be held alongside the two competitions include Olivos championships and Buenos Aires championships. The World Amateur Team Championships were founded in 1958 and are a biennial event run by the IGF in conjunction with the host nations golf governing body. Scotland emerged champions of the 2008 World Amateur Team Championships played in Adelaide, Australia. The IGF was founded in 1958 as the World Amateur Golf Council to encourage the international development of the game. It took its current name in 2003 and today includes the national golf bodies from more than 110 countries.