Kenya Golf Guide

Tom Omuli in action during the Amateur Championships held at Windsor some months ago. He has already qualified for next year’s Kenya Open.

By FIDEL ONO (Writer)

Vet Lab’s Nelson Simwa maintained his lead at the top of the leader board after the second round of the ongoing Kenya Strokeplay Championships at the par 72 Karen Golf and Country Club.

Simwa who played two under in the first round, today played one over for a total of one under par 143 after two rounds and now enjoys a single shot lead.

John Wangai was second on level par 144 after the two rounds and J. Madoya was third on one over par 145.

Favourite David Opati of Golf Park slipped 10th position on four over par 148 after a poor round that saw him play four over. The winner of the Strokeplay Championships will earn an automatic ticket to next year’s Kenya Open Golf Championships. charme pandora charme pandora

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