Kenya Golf Guide

Last year’s order of merit winner Nicholas Rokoine tests the direction of the wind before teeing at the on going KCB Golf Tour in Muthaiga today.


Muthaiga’s Nicholas Rokoine took charge of the leader board in the KCB Advantage Banking Golf ending today at the par 71 Muthaiga Golf Club.

Rokoine who scored one over par in each of the first two round, today registered a level par 71 to top the standings with an overall score of two over par 213, going into today’s final round.

Rokoine sunk one birdie on hole four to end his first nine at on one under par 35 but a bogey on the dog leg right par five hole 10 slightly derailed him as he ended the second nine on one over par 36.

Nakuru’s Ajay Shah was the day’s revelation as he recorded the tournament’s highest score of four under par 67. Shah’s feat saw him leap to second position behind Rokoine on the leader board jointly with day two runner-up Dismas Indiza with a total score of three over par 216.

Overnight leader Paul Thuo of Muthaiga dropped three shots to surrender his lead as he now has a score of four over par 217 going into the final day. Anil Shah’s drop continued today as the opening day leader could only manage an eight over par 221.

The KCB advantage Banking Golf heads to Limuru next month. The first two editions held at Royal Nairobi and Nyanza Golf Club were won by Dismas Indiza.

Stakes are high as the first and fifth golfers on the leader board are only separated by two strokes and with the leadership changing hands on a daily basis, all the top five have a chance of walking away with the victory. canada goose prix canada goose prix

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