Vet Lab’s Mike Kisia still maintains the Kenya Amateur Golf Championships (KAGC) summit for the second time after finishing 14th overall at the 6th leg in Kitale.
The Trans Nzoia championships provided a haven for Vet lab members led by Edwin Mudanyi, Robinson owiti, Kisia, Isaiah Otuke gained enough points for the club to be on top of the table with 80 points.
KAGC Report After Trans Nzoia Champ – Kitale.pdf
Kisia who leads the table standings with 191 points managed to card 238 points on par 73 Kitale course. On Saturday he managed to score nine over 82 on round one and returned with three over 76 to end the day with twelve over 158 on the opening 36 holes and on Sunday he played seven over 80 to end the championships with nineteen over 238.
The championships defending champion Kenneth Bollo, who won his maiden title moved up four places from 10th to 6th following his win with 125 points.
Nairobi Royal Club’s member defended his Trans Nzoia championships with 80, 76, 72 nine over 228. He started badly on day one 36 holes with seven over 80 in first eighteen and three over 76 on the second 18 but on Sunday, he was the only player to play under when he carded one under 72.
Railway Club’s Samuel Njoroge is second on the table with 181 followed closely by fellow club member Alfred Nandwa who was dethrone from the summit by Kisia with 175 points.
Vet lab’s Mudanyi, who has been finishing in top five for the sixth meeting sits in 4th position with a total of 169 points while Limuru’s John Karichu is 5th overall with 142 and Bollo closes the top six list after collecting 125 points.