Kenya Golf Guide

Dimsas Indiza puts a marker on the green during the first KCB Tour tournament at Royal Club in February.

Dismas Indiza is heartbeat away from winning the third round of the KCB East African Tour following brilliant display at the par 70 Nyanza Golf Club.
Oozing confidence from his opening shot, Indiza maintained his lead into the second day but went to bed knowing full well that a slip up in today’s round could cost him the KSH.110, 000 prize money at stake for the winner.
Yesterday, the Mumias man maintained his dogged campaign in search of lakeside glory with an impressive round of 4 under par 66 for a total of 10 under par 130. On his way up, Indiza sunk four birdies in the first nine and three in the second nine. He parred four holes in the first nine and five in the second nine.
The only time he erred disgustingly was in the par 3 hole 4 where he picked up a double bogey.
But Indiza was contented with his performance over the last two rounds admitting that the course has been kind to him.
“The course played really well today (yesterday).  I am now hoping that luck is on my side tomorrow (today) and nothing unexpected happens- so fingers crossed,” said Indiza.
Simon Ngige of Thika Sports Club was lying second with 5 under par 135 at the end of Day Two; five shots below the leaders score.
Boniface Simwa was the biggest mover in day two’s play after romping from outside top 10 to third place after playing four under yesterday.
Riz Charania is lying 4th with two under.
Charania, who is also the chairman of the Professionals Golfers of Kenya (PGK), candidly admitted that Indiza is almost at home and that there is no realistic chance of catching him today.
“I played really well today (yesterday) and managed a round of two under. I believe I hit the ball better than I did in the previous round but it looks like Indiza has run away with it,” said  Riz.
Even as Indiza appeared to soar on the second day, Ngige refused to let go of his intended home-stretch fight with Indiza.
“Well, we’ll see how Indiza approaches it tomorrow. But I believe that the game of golf is won on the last hole. I’m lagging with five shots and I really have to give my best,” said Ngige.
The third and last round resumes at 7.30am.
Over 20 pros played in the first two rounds but yesterday’s play saw a +7 cut reduce the field to 16 players.

1.Dismas  Indiza 64 66 (130) -10
2. Simon Ngige 68, 67 (135)-5
3. Boniface Simwa 71,66 (137)-3
4. Riz Charania 70,68 (138)-2
5. Nicholas Rokoine 69, 71 (139)-1
6. Richard Ainley 69,71 (140) level par
7. Brian Njoroge 71, 70 (141) +1
8. David Opati 71, 71 (142) +2
8=David Odhiambo 68,74 (142) +2
10. Hesbon Kutwa 74,69 (143) +3 huarache pas cher huarache pas cher

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