Kenya Golf Guide

Vet Lab’s Robinson Owiti follows his tee shot during a past tournament.


Vet Lab’s Robinson Owiti managed a total of seven over par 226 to win this year’s Trans NzoiaChampionship at the par 73 Kitale Golf Club Course at the weekend.

Owiti playing off scratch played three over par 76 in the first round before posting an identical score of two over par 75 in the second and third rounds to rule the roost in the 54-hole competition that is part of the Golfer Of The Year series events.

The  feat saw him return to third position on the series standings behind leader John Karichu of Limuru and Golf Park’s Tony Omuli.

Nelson Simwa playing off handicap +2, recovered after a bad start to finished second in Kitale on 11 over par 230 (79, 75, 76) and in the process leaped to top 10 for the first time this season, after having a slow start to the season.

“I said I will bounce back and this is my first step in my road to recovery after a false start to the season. Next week we are going to Nakuru for the Coronation trophy and I believe if I perform well there as well, I will be knocking the door on the top five,” said long hitting Simwa.

He added: “I tied with Frank Matilo and Anthony Kinuthia, but beat them on count back to secure the second slot.”

Frank Matilo was third on 230 (78, 78, 74) and Kinuthia was fourth on 230 (75, 74, 81). Matilo is ranked 20th on the log while Kinuthia is 14th. maillot de foot pas cher 2018 maillot de foot pas cher 2018

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