Kenya Golf Guide

Greg Snow lines his putt during the Kenya Open last month.


Kenyan professional Greg Snow today played one under par 72 to finish the first round of this year’s Royal Golf Dar es Salaam Open tied second.

Royal Golf Dar es Salaam Open is the opening event in the MENA Golf Tour and has a prize fund of prize fund of $50,000.

England’s Zane Scotland is the overnight leader after posting six under par 67. Snow tied in the second spot with three other players including England’s Dale Marmion, Ireland’s Steven Dodd and Morocco’s Younnes El Hassani.

Speaking to kenyagolfguide from his hotel room in Agdal Khenifra, Snow said he planned to maintain his game during tomorrow’s second round and was confident of winning the event despite the harsh weather conditions in the North African nation.

“My game today was pretty solid. I was striking the ball well but the course was not in good shape,” aid Snow.

He added: “The conditions were really difficult for every player as it was very windy and it rained the all day.”

With temperature dipping to 8 degree Celsius, Zaroili Jalal of Morocco struck the first ball at 8.30 in the company of Tunisia’s Sami Hajri.

In all 57 players, including 15 amateurs, are contesting for honours in the Royal Golf Dar Es Salam Open which carries a prize fund of $50,000.

A new initiative by the Shaikh Maktoum Golf Foundation, the MENA Golf Tour is supported by Omega and Mercedes-Benz. It is affiliated to the Arab Golf Federation and the R&A – golf’s governing body and boasts a combined prize fund of $ 575,000, including $75,000 for the Tour Championship. nike air max pas cher nike air max pas cher

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