Kenya Golf Guide

David Wakhu in previous action


Vet Lab’s resident professional Mathew Omondi took advantage of his knowledge of home ground to take an overnight lead tied with three other participants on one under par 71 at the inaugural Emrok Golf Series at the par 72 course.

The other three are Royal Nairobi’s David Wakhu, Nelson Simwa also of Vet Lab and amateur player Mike Kisia.

Omondi sunk a birdies on the par five fifth hole, and dropped shots on the first and sixth holes for a first nine score of 37. In the second nine he he drooped two shots on the 12th and 13th holes but recovered with an albatross on the par five 14th hole and birdies on the 15th and 17th holes for a second nine score of 34.

Simwa sunk three birdies in the first nine for a score of 33, then had a birdie and a bogey in the second nine for a score of 35.

Wakhu’s round was made up of a score of 35 in the first nine after he sunk three birdies dropped two shots, while in the second nine he had a birdie and a bogey for a score of 36. Kisia also had 35 in the first nine and 36 in the second nine.

Ajay Shah of Naivasha and Mumias’ Dismas Indizatied in the fifth position on level par 72.

The series is geared towards improving the player’s performance by only awarding those with remarkable scores.

Only players with scores of two over and better after the 36 holes will get cash prizes.

Leader board:

Mathew Omondi 71

Mike Kisia 71

Nelson Simwa 71

David Wakhu 71

Ajay Shah 72

Dismas Indiza 72

Richard Ainley 73

Brian Njoroge 73

Frank Matilu 73



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