Justus Madoya and newly turned professional golfer Simon Njogu will be using their home advantage at the third leg of Safari Tour golf series that tees off tomorrow on par 72 Great Rift Valley Golf Resort in Naivasha.
Madoya, who won the last event on home course, is set to defend his title when he lines up at the tee box in the 72-hole tournament that tees off on Sunday to Wednesday.
After two successful events in Sigona and Vetlab, Great Rift will the home of professional golfers for the four days of action where 57 players have signed ahead of 2022 Magical Kenya Open golf championships to be played at Karen club.
In Naivasha, no amateur was drawn at Great Rift as opposed to the Sigona and Vet Lab legs but the show has attracted Isaac Wanyeche (Tanzania) Zambia’s Sydney Wemba, Ugandans Philip Kasozi, Deo Akope, Ainamani Abraham, Abbey Bagalana and Ronald Rugumayo.
Vetlab winner Robinson Chinhoi will be chasing a double as top ranked Greg Snow of Muthaiga, Mohit Mediratta, Ngige of Thika among others.