Kenya Golf Guide

Thika’s Simon Ngige follows his tee shot during the event.


First leg champion Simon Ngige of Sports Club, fired his second 67 for a total of six under par total of 134 to take home the top prize of Sh117, 000 in the third leg of the 2014 KCB Golf Tour at the par 70 Nyanza Golf Club course on Saturday.

Ngige, a two times winner of the KCb Tour Order of Merit, played a low and bogey-free three under par in the first nine which included birdies at the fourth, fifth and ninth, made a double bogey at the 11th, and a single bogey at the 16th, but picked up birdies at the 12th, 14th and 15th for his second 67. “ I only missed one fairway, and three putted the 11th, otherwise my game was general fine. I am hitting the ball fairly well at the moment’’ said Ngige who beat long hitting Dismas Indiza from Mumias Golf Club by two shots. Indiza birdied the second, fifth, sixth, eighth and the ninth but also dropped shots at the first, fourth, seventh, bogeyed the 13th, the same hole he holed in one in the first round, picked up a double bogey at the 16th for one under par 69. “ I made several three putts which real coasted me the title. Its difficult to predict these greens’’ said Indiza who won the second leg at Royal Nairobi. Also shooting one under 69 was David Wakhu from Royal to finish third on 140. Wakhu birdied the fifth, sixth and eighth and the 11th and 15th against bogeys at the second, third, fourth and 10th. Home pro David Odhiambo and Royal Nairobi’s Hardeep Thethy tied on 141. Odhiambo birdied three holes at the front nine and two at the back nine but also bogeyed the third and 12th and 18th  at the back nine.

The Leaderboard;

134 Simon Ngige 67, 67

136 Dismas Indiza 67, 69

140 David Wakhu 71, 69

141 David Odhiambo 73, 68

141 Hardeep Thethy 68, 73

141 Mathew Omondi 71, 70

143 Joseph Karanja 69, 74

144 Njuguna Ngugi 74, 70

145 Riz Charania 71, 74. nike air max cheap wholesale nike air max cheap wholesale

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