Kenya Golf Guide

Simon Ngige in action


Mumias’ pro Dismas Indiza made up for his disappointing Kenya Open Championship show with a deserved win during the third leg of this year’s KCB East Africa Golf Challenge held at the par 70 nine-hole Nyanza Golf Club at the weekend.
Indiza ended the three round tournament on five under par 205, four shots better than his closest challenger David Wakhu of Nakuru.
At the Kenya Open held at the Muthaiga Golf Club two weeks ago, Indiza was on course of breaking the local’s duck as he trailed day two over night leader by a single shot, but tumbled in the third round to finally end the tournament tied in the 21st position, but at the Nyanza Club he was at a class of his own playing four under on the first day, one under on the second day and a level par on the final day.
Wakhu settled for the second spot on one under par 209. He played an impressive three under par 67 in the first round, played two under par 69 in the second round, but fumbled on the final day where he played three over par 73.
Home player David Odhiambo enjoying his course was third on one over par 211 (75, 70, 66), while John Kagiri of Limuru finished fourth on four over par 214 (74, 72, 68) and vet Lab’s Brian Njoroge who was a joint best placed Kenya player with Indiza during the Kenya Open, finished fifth at Nyanza on six over par 216 (73, 71, 72).
Former order of merit winner at the competition, Simon Ngige tied with Sulivan Muthugia and Nyali’s Kopan Timba in the sixth position on nine over par 219. Ngige played rounds of 72, 76, 71, while Muthugia scored 71, 75, 73 and Timbe scored an identical score of 73 in each of the three rounds. nike air max 90 mujer nike air max 90 mujer

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