Njoroge fight on as Harding win Kenya Open

Kenyan professional golfer Samuel Njoroge was the only Kenya golfer at the final round of 2021 Magical Kenya Open Golf championships won by South African Justin Harding that came to an end today on par 71 Karen golf club

The South African played the 4th and final round with two-shot lead fired five under par 66 to finish at 21 under, two shots clear of playing partner Kurt Kitayama of the United States.

Kitayama and Harding went head-to-head in the final group at the 2019 Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open at Anahita, and the 35-year-old was glad to come out on top after seeing Kitayama prevail on that occasion.

Final Magical Kenya Open results 

1.  Justin Harding (RSA)(-5) -21

2. Kurt Kitayama (USA) (-5)-19

3. SYME, Connor (-7) -17

4. Rodriguez, Sebastian Garcia (-8) -16T

5.Jacques Kruyswijk (-7) -15T

5. Romain Langasque (-6) -15T

5. Jean-Baptiste (-4) -15T

8. Sam Horsfield (-6)-14T

8. Pep ANGLES(-5) -14T

8. Dean Burmester (-4) -14T

8. Calum Hill (-1)-14

77. Samuel  Chege Njoroge (-1) PAR

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