Kenya Golf Guide

SPELL TO REMEMBER: David Odhiambo chips the ball during the JTL Masters last week. He currently tied third at the Barclays Kenya Open.



Being followed by a big crowd of local golf fans, Greg Snow resisted the pressure to remain as the joint top placed local players alongside Nyanza’s David Odhiambo at the ongoing Barclays Kenya Open Golf at the par 71 Karen Golf and Country Club.

Snow and Odhiambo were tied 22nd and enters tomorrow’s final round trailing the leader by seven points as they posted a total of two under par 209.

Snow had three bogeys and two birdies. Nyanza’s David Odhiambo today played level par 71 to remain at two under par 209.

Odhiambo started his round on a poor note with three bogeys in the first six holes. He played two back-to-back bogeys at the par five second hole and par four hole five, before dropping another shot on the par four sixth, then tried to salvage the nine with a birdie on the par four eigth hole for a first nine score of 37.

In the second nine, Odhiambo who won the JTL Masters tournament last week in Muthaiga, birdied the par four 12th hole and par three 14th for a score of 34.

The other local players who made the cut, Nyali’s Kopan Timbe, Njuguna Ngige and Brian Njoroge had mixed results on tournament’s third day.

Timbe finished tied 41st on one over par 214 after playing level par on the third day where he had a double bogey on the par four third hole, then recovered with two birdies on the par four fourth hole and par four 12th hole.

Ngugi of Railway Club played two over today for a total of four over par 217, while Njoroge played a poor round of three over for a total of five over par 218. maillot de foot 2018 maillot de foot 2018

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