Kenya Golf Guide

Greg Snow prepares to tee at a past tournament.


Kenya’s Greg Snow today had a bad day in office when he played a round of eight over par 79 to end the third round of the Dubai Creek Open currently being played at the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, with total of 10 over par 223.

Snow who started well on the first day of the competition which is part of the Mena Tour, where he was joint 11th on level par, played two over in the second round on Tuesday and Wednesday’s round went from bad to worse as he now enters the final round placed joint 41st.

Other Kenyans who took part in the tournament which has a prize money of 50, 000 dollars, were Royal’s Hardeep Thethy and Sigona’s Ganeev Giddie, but they both failed to make the cut after the first two rounds.

During today’s round, Snow sunk a birdies on the par four first hole, but had a double bogey on the on the par four second hole, dropped a shot on the par five fourth, par four sixth and par three eight for a first nine score of 39. In the second, the Muthaiga golfer started off well with a birdie on the par five hole 10, but had double bogeys on the par three 14th and par three 16th for a score of 40.

England’s Zane Scotland assumed the lead on seven under par 206, while first round leader Trevor Marshal from Wales was second on six under par 207. pandora uk pandora uk

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