Wakhu said the Nyali greens are not as fast as they usually are, but were still rolling well though a bit tricky.
To take on Wakhu at Nyali besides Njoroge, and Muthaiga’s Greg Snow who finished third at Great Rift, will be home pro Mathew Wahome, Zimbabwe’s Tafara Mpofu and second leg winner Robson Chinhoi also from Zimbabwe, senior pro Dismas Indiza, Simon Ngige from Thika Sports Club, Malawi’s Paul Chidale and Nigeria’s Andrew Odoh.
Going for the amateur title will be junior golfer Taimur Malik, who during the first leg at Sigona produced an excellent performance, to beat Edwin Mudanyi and home pro Mohit Mediratta in a play off.
Malik did not however make the cut in Naivasha after a poor 79 in the second round, having started off well with a one over par 72 in the opening round.
Most of the pros had an opportunity of playing in the curtain-raiser (Pro-Am) and hence are more than ready to battle it out for this week and next weekend’s fifth leg at Leisure Lodge Beach and Golf Resort