Dismas Indiza Maintains Lead At Top Of Road To Magical Kenya Open 2020 Ranking

Dismas Indiza Maintains Lead At Top Of Road To Magical Kenya Open 2020 Ranking

Johnnie Walker sponsored Dismas Indiza once again took to the top of the scoreboard with an overall score of 1-over par, 285, earning him the Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort, Safari tour title.

This comes two weeks after taking the top of the Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort Open after beating Sigona Gold Club’s Sujan Shah.

Dismas Indiza Maintains Lead At Top Of Road To Magical Kenya Open 2020 Ranking
Dismas Indiza the winner of the Great Rift valley Lodge & Golf Resort leg of the Safari tour poses with his trophy

The hard hitting Indiza started the round, six strokes behind overnight leader, Simon Ngige and with the two drawn to play alongside each other from the last group, it was always going to be an exciting end to the tournament.

Speaking after the win, Indiza was pleasantly surprised to get his hands on his second Safari Tour title this season.

Dismas Indiza Maintains Lead At Top Of Road To Magical Kenya Open 2020 Ranking“I am very happy to win this leg of the Safari Tour, I actually had not realised that I had beaten Ngige and was preparing for a play off, only for Ngige to congratulate me at the end of the round.”

“It has been a challenging four days, but I tried to maintain my game despite the changing weather and I am pleased with the result, I will keep working towards winning the other legs and ultimately qualifying for the 2020 Magical Kenya Open.” He added.

On his part, Ngige rued his missed chances, while congratulating Indiza for a great game, “I could have wrapped up the title at several points in the round, I started well but failed to keep up with Dismas, congratulations to him for a great round of golf.”

For his troubles, Indiza pocketed KES. 105,000 and a maximum 50 ‘Road to the 2020 Magical Kenya Open’ points, to take his total to 290.6 at the top of the standings. Ngige took home KES. 75,000 and posted 48 points to take him into third place on the Road to Kenya Open standings.

Nigeria’s Andrew Oche Odoh finished in third, with a gross score of 4-over par, 288, two shots behind Ngige and three behind the winner. With Zimbabwe’s Robson Chinhoi finishing in fourth, with a gross score of 292.

Amateur Simon Njogu took full advantage of playing in his home club, to lift the silver salver, after finishing in seventh place on a score of 294.

Attention now shifts to the Muthaiga Golf Club which will play host of the seventh leg of the 2019/20 Safari Tour from the 14th – 17th of December 2019.

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