Kenya Golf Guide

Greg Snow prepares to putt at a past event.


Muthaiga’s Greg Snow will be flying to Dubai on Thursday for his final preparations ahead of his MeNa Tour action in Dubai.

“I want to spend the remaining days to polish my game and I will be having my practice sessions at the Dubai creek,” said Snow.

He added: “My game is currently alright, there is a lot of improvement, I just need to put a bit more work into it before the first event gets under way. I need a bit of fine tuning and I should be good to go.”

Snow who pulled out of the KCB Golf Tour Grand Finale last month at Leisure Lodge Golf Club to prepare for the Tour that has a lucrative prize money of Sh4.3 million (50, 000 dollars) in every event with the eventual tour champions pocketing an extra Sh6.5million (75, 000 dollars).

“I had a busy schedule and as much as I could have liked to play at the grand PGK finale in Leisure I couldn’t because I was focusing on the MeNa Tour starting in Dubai, then Qatar, Oman and Abu Dhabi all from September 22 to November 13,” said Snow who has been practicing at the London Club.

He played in the MeNa Tour in Morocco earlier this year and also took part in the German Swiss Challenge Tour.

In Morocco, Snow tied third then tied fourth in the second event to currently secure the fifth position in the Order of Merit of the tour. He, however, missed the cut in the Challenge Tour.

“The top three players in the MeNa tour competition qualify to play in the Qatar Open, Abu Dhabi Championships, Dubai Desert Classic, King Hassan Trophy and all European tour events and that is my target. I know I can make it I am only two positions short at the moment,” the Muthaiga pro said. air max 90 pas cher air max 90 pas cher

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