Heartfelt Letter from ex-Student Phumlani

Ex-student Phumlani Maluka is about to embark on a new journey in his life. Thanks to Phumlani, or ‘Wiz’ as he is affectionately known, for taking the time to write to us. Herewith the mail.

Dear Mr. Ron Boon
I hope this letter finds you well. It is a while since I left KeNako Academy but it is still very much part of my life. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and KeNako Golf Academy for my development, both in golf and in life. I came to the academy as an 11 handicap golfer and left as a 2 in the space of 3 years. KeNako has not only dramatically changed my golf but it has also changed my thought process and my approach to life and it’s challenges.

It’s now almost two years since I departed the academy and I’m starting to understand everything you were trying to teach me there. “It’s a process” like you’ve always told us. I wish I worked as hard as I’m working now when I was still there. It’s the hardest I’ve ever worked for me as a person and for my future. In a few weeks’ time I will be leaving SA for Dubai. I wouldn’t have been able to go there if it wasn’t for the grounding and development skills that KeNako has taught me. Thank you!
Introducing Cambridge International Education was also one of the best steps taken. Without Rundle College I would have minimum access to schools overseas. You’ve open doors for me. I’m not yet there but I will get there.
‘Skills for Life’ is the promise and KeNako lives this Motto!
Thank you again.
Best regards
Phumlani Maluka