Kenya Golf Guide

Brian Njoroge in a past photo. He is currently second after the second round of the Grand Finale at the Leisure Lodge Golf Club.


Nakuru resident Pro Richard Ainley has taken the lead after the second round of the on going Professional Golfers of Kenya (PGK) grand finale with a superb two under par 142  after two rounds at the Leisure Lodge Golf course. Ainley managed to shoot 3 birdies and 6 pars for a total of 34 in the front nine; this swift play was followed with a strong minus three in the second round for a total of 33.

In second place was Vet lab resident Pro Brian Njoroge who managed a plus three for a total of 147 into the second day of the KCB advantage Banking golf. Third placed Simon Nginge of Thika Golf club was in good shape managing to gunner a total 148.

A total of 25 pros made the cut in the second day with 159 making the final cut. During the first day the calculating Windsor golf club resident Pro Rizwan Charania shot a level par to stamp his presence in the currently underway KCB Advantage banking golf grand finale tour in the par 72 Leisure Golf and resort club.

The PGK captain and a serious contender for the coveted order of merit was in good shape coming to Leisure lodge having had a dodgy tour this year.

“My strategy was to keep the ball in play and think may way around the course. focusing on good tee shots and calculated pars”, said Rizwan Charania. In second place was Windsor’s Brian Njoroge who has had a couple of great outings in this season finishing in second position in the last tour of Eldoret. Brian managed two over 74 in a day that sow winds and difficulty in adapting to the humid weather in Leisure course. Third place was a tie of three overs for six pros;  Richard Ainley from Nakuru golf club, N  Ngugi, Simon Ngige of Thika golf club; G, Gedie, David Opati of Golf park, and  David Wakhu Royal Nairobi golf club were on spot for the third position.

Long hiting Dismas Indiza was in his usual best with false start; but he is known to come back to the front after two rounds. Dimas managed a poor four over in the first day of KCB advantage banking golf tying with his arch rival Muthaiga’s Nicolas Rokoine at four over 76.

This tour continues at Leisure lodge with the pro battling to make the cut in the second day of this grand finale.


Richard Ainley 142
Brian Njoroge 147
Simon Ngige 148
Riz Charania 149
Dismas Indiza 149
Nicolas Rokoine 150
J Kagiri 150
B. Simwa 152

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