Long hitting golfer Dismas Indiza and Simon Ngige leads a host of other three Kenyan golfers who made a cut into last two of the second edition of KCB Karen Masters following the second round at the par 72 Karen club today.
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Thika Sports based golfer Ngige and Mumias’ Indiza are among the 64 golfers who will compete for The Blue Jacket in the Sunshine sanctioned Tour plus cash prizes.
Ngige is one of the few Kenyans who have been playing in the Sunshine Tour. Ngige made three birdies at the first, seventh and eighth.
He double-bogeyed the 10th and dropped shots over the 16th and 17th, to finish the day on two under par 70, to make the cut with a two rounds total of three under par 141.
Kenya’s long-hitting professional Indiza also shot two under par for 142. Playing very conservatively, Indiza dropped only one shot at the 13th hole, with birdies coming on the third, sixth and the last hole where he missed the green on two after firing to the left side of the green.
But what a day it was for South Africa-based Stefan Andersen who started the day on four under par. He, however, made four bogeys from the fourth to the seventh and late on the 16th and 17th, having made only two birdies at the third and 15th for five over par 77 to just sneak into the cut with one over par 145.
Also making it with one over par was Riz Charania, who recovered from three over the first round to post two under par 70, while the fifth player was Mohit Mediratta – who shot two over par 74.
Additional information: Daily Nation