Kenya Golf Guide

Dismas Indiza quenches his thirst during a recent tournament. He is currently in the lead at the KCB Tour in Limuru.


Mumias player Dismas Indiza showed why he is leading the KCB Tour Order of Merit when he took an early lead at the fourth leg of the Tour at the par 72 limuru golf and Country Club yesterday.

Indiza who has won two out of three tour events this year, the Royal and Muthaiga legs, carded an impressive 2 under par 69 to take an overnight lead.

At the first nine he sunk four pars in holes 1, 2, 5 and 9 and then rolled in two birdies on holes four and eight. The long hitting player had a bogeys on holes three and six before dropping two shots on hole seven for a total score of 35 in the first nine.

In the second nine he managed to play steady shots with unwavering putts that saw him sink four birdies, leveled in three holes and dropped two shots for a score of 34.

Golf Park’s Jacob Okello spiced up the round with a hole in one on the par three seventh hole.

“I just used my 6 iron and was in an impressive form today, this shows that I am regaining my previous form, my tee shots are getting better every day. If we continue to get more of this tournaments we will be able to up our game and do better in bigger tournaments,” said Jacob Okello.

Jacob is one of the best performers Kenya has ever had in the Kenya open golf tournament having come as close as second place after losing on a sudden death playoff during the 1998 Kenya Open Golf.

“KCB has helped the professionals a great deal but we need more sponsorships and more tournaments to reach the standards of the European Tour players,” Okello said.

The KCB Advantage banking tour fourth round will have its cut today, where remaining players will enter the money bracket.


  NAME Day 1 score Day 2 scores Day 3 scores  
Dismus Indiza 69    
Sullivan Muthugia 70    
Anil Shah 70    
  Riz Charania 71    
  David Wakhu 71      
  Simon Ngige 72      

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