25th March 2017 Kenya’s most popular professional Dismas Indiza closed day three of this year’s Barclays Kenya Open with six under par total after missing an eagle by half a footer at the 18th green, which would have seen finish on seven under par.
It wasn’t a decent of starts for Mumias based golfer, dropping shots at the par three second hole and later at the seventh and eighth. However, he made good use of the back nine where he birdied 12th, 15th and at the 18th where he was seating about four feet from the pin on two, rolled the ball nicely to about
six inches, to take the birdie for a 69 and a three rounds total of six under 207. He had earlier picked up two birdies at the third and fourth.
Of the other two locals, Riz Charania also shot two under par 69 having made birdies on the fifth, seventh, and eighth at the front nine and 10th and 18th at the back nine, with bogeys on the fourth and sixth and later on at the 14th.
Simon Ngige, on the other hand, birdied the 10th having dropped a shot at the seventh for a level par 71 and three rounds total of two under par 211. The three will have to return lower scores in the final round in order to finish in decent positions.
Meanwhile England’s Matt Wallace was up at the top of the leader board on 12 under par 201 as overnight leader Adrien Saddier dropped to nine under at 15th hole with three holes to go. Also on nine under par were nine others,