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Indiza in for hot Nakuru KCB challenge

Dismas Indiza at a past KCB Pro Tour event. PHOTO/Courtesy

Dismas Indiza at a past KCB Pro Tour event. PHOTO/Courtesy

NAIROBI, August 10- Mumias pro, Dismas Indiza, has his work cut out to reign supreme when the fourth KCB Pro-Am Tour unfolds this week in the pristine Nakuru Golf Club.

Indiza who is leading the KCB Order of Merit having won all previous rounds faces home pro, Richard Ainley, Vet Lab’s Brian Njoroge and former tour winner, Nicholas Rokoine who is returning after missing two events for the honours.

Three top amateur golfers William Odera, Alfred Nandwa of Njoro Club and Nakuru’s Luther Kamau will mix with the pros that are chasing the 1 million shillings winners’ prize.

“We just came from Kampala Open which was a championship competition. We were playing alongside the Sunshine Tour players.

“We managed to engage with players from South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe and Nigeria among other African Countries, this championship has sharpened our skills and we expect to see some good golf in Nakuru” Professional Golfers of Kenya Captain, John Wangai, said.

International golfer, Greg Snow however, is missing in action as he is nursing a back injury picked in Kampala.

The pros competition will take four days with a clinic on Friday afternoon allowing fans and amateurs an opportunity to learn some skills from the paid players.

 

 

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