Kenyan representatives at the Cote d’Ivoire Open John Wangai and Edwin Asuza Mudanyi were joint as the four day tournament came to an end today on par 72 President Golf Club in Yamoussoukro.
Wangai from Sigona and Mudanyi of VetLab fired one under par and two under respectively to complete the 72 hole tournament in joint T20 with +1 289.
The PGK captain Wangai led Mudanyi in the third round when he played +2 218 in position 21. He started with six over par 78 in the first round, three under par 69 in second, and identical one under in third and 4th round.
Improved Mudanyi managed to play two under 70 on the final round adding on his level in third round three over par 75 and level on Thursday.
Great Rift Valley Golf Resort Jastas Madoya was the lowest Kenyan when he managed to sink +1 for a total of +8 296 to finish in position T26.
In his round three, he fired three over par 75, and identical two over par 74 in first and second rounds.
It was the last round disappointment for Nigerian Vincent Torgah who lost the title to Ghana’s Emos Korblah.
Torgah led in the last three rounds and heading into the final, he fired a disappointing +1 while Korblah, who defeated zimbabean Sydney Wemba in play-off managed -5 for a total of -17, 271.
Wemba, who was not in top five, was the lowest gross winner on the final round with his -6 for a total 271.