Sigona Golf club’s John Wangai was the best Kenyan at the penultimate round of Cote d’Ivoire Open on par 72 President Golf Club in Yamoussoukro.
Wangai fired one under par 71 to complete round three with +2 218 in position 21 ahead of the final round tomorrow’s final round in the 72 hole tournament.
The professional captain had sunk six over par 78 and three under par 69 in the first and second rounds respectively before today’s one under par 71.
Vet Lab Edwin Asuza Mudanyi was the second best Kenyan when he managed to play level 72 in the third round for a total of three over par 219.
In the last two rounds, Mudanyi fired three over par 75 and level on Thursday and level on Thursday to conclude round three in position T22.
Great Rift Valley Golf Resort Jasas Madoya was the lowest Kenyan when he managed to sink three over par 75 to end round three for a total of seven over par 223 in position T27. Before today, he had fired identical two over par 74 in first and second rounds.
Zimbabwe’s Robson Chinhoi was the lowest gross player today when he fired seven under par to move into second position with 12 under par 202, tied with Ghana’s Emos Koiblah as Nigerian Vincent Torgan maintained the lead.
Torgah, who enjoyed round one two lead, maintained the lead with -16 100 after a -6 firing today.