A total of Sh700,000 plus other individual incentives for under par scores, and birdies will be up for grabs.
Nine-hole course laid out in 1907 on land acquired from Kenya Africa Rifles.
He claimed the “A” division title with two shots to spare from Kenya’s top most deaf-and-dumb golfer Isaac Makokha.
Watt said he expects a field of 156 for Karen Masters.
Ben Omuodo of Royal Nairobi Golf Club will take over the mantle of the union from Karen Country Club’s Anthony Murage.