March 4, 2024

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Now Spectators allowed at this year’s Magical Kenya Open

“This year we shall have a pseudo bubble. Although we shall not limit the number of spectators, we shall have full protocols on social distancing, testing and mixing,” said Obath

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Top amateurs skip Mount Kenya KAGC round to tackle pros on Safari Tour

Among the fancied names in action in Nyeri include Isaac Makokha, Joseph Gathumbi, Sammy Mulama, Peter Rimui, Ebill Omollo and Nelson Koech.

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Kenya’s golden girls face tough test as they take on the world’s best at Ladies European Tour event

The Kenya contingent will be hoping to fare better than in their last outing in 2019 when none of the amateurs made the day one cut while Bhavi will be angling for her maiden qualification to the weekend rounds.

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“Experienced minnows” shine on PGA and Euro Tours as fancied names falter

Luke List and Richard Bland are not fancied names in the elite golf circles. Interestingly, they have been playing golf at the highest level and have a combined 680 plus career starts.

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PGA Tour: Little-known Schenk in shock lead as big names miss cut at Farmers Insurance Open

American Adam Schenk made eight consecutive birdies for a round of 62 to go joint top with world no.1 Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas. Ranked number 165 in the world, his run of back-to-back birdies from fourth to seventh saw the 30-year-old card his career lowest round.

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PGA: World’s top ranked players face off tonight at high stakes Farmers Insurance Open tourney

Six of the top 10 players led by world no. 1 Jon Rahm will come face to face tonight at the Farmers Insurance Open tournament in arguably the strongest field in the PGA calendar this season. The field comprises of 12 of the top 20 players in the world battling for the Kshs 900 million prize purse.

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Zimbabwean Robson Chinhoi outsmarts Eric Ooko to win second Safari Tour title

Zimbabwe’s Robson Chinhoi carded two under par 70 to capture his second Safari Tour win of the season after outlasting 54-hole leader Eric Ooko in an epic final round showdown at the Limuru Country Club.

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Safari Tour: Madoya, Ooko in a two-way tie at the top as Chinhoi lies in wait

The penultimate round of the sixth leg of the Safari Tour was a dour affair as the leading pack played cautiously failing to serve “earthquake golf” that is associated with the “moving day” round.

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Safari Tour: Ooko goes clear at the top as series front runners narrow gap

The day’s star performer was Mike Kisia who shot an impressive four under par 68 to move to third place. The Vetlab player had a conservative outing on the front nine where he shot level par but exploded into life on the back nine with two birdies on the eleventh and seventeenth before putting the icing on the cake with a fortuitous eagle chip-in on the eighteenth.

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Safari Tour: Njoroge, Ooko in early lead as youthful pros shine

Samuel Njoroge and Erick Ooko shot an identical two under par 70 today to assume joint leadership in the opening round of the Safari Tour at Limuru Country Club.

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