UPGA captain Deo Akope is upbeat about the series of tournaments and says it points to good times ahead.
Nasimolo, who recently emerged top in the Stanbic Day tournament, consequently won herself a trophy and an air ticket to Rwanda to compete in the Rwandan...
Playing off handicap 16, Ocheing beat a strong field of over 90 players to the top prize following a predicted collapse that did not happen.
Anguyo beat his closest rival Depo Akope who finished second by six strokes, consequently winning himself the biggest share of sh15m staked by the bankers....
Despite missing the overall ladies' winners' prize by 4 points, to the overall winner; Liu Ming Shu, the Kampala golfer finished fourth overall
Byamukama was two strokes better than Denis Anguyo and Silver Opio who tied second with 74 gross.
Sh5m is up for grabs by the top performers in the one-day event that will have players using only four clubs.
Kenya's Stefan Andersen played six-under-par 66 to claim the lead from day-one leader Simon Ngige
Action in the four-day tournament resumes on Thursday
The four-time Uganda Open champion was two strokes better than former amateur winner Phillip Kasozi and Herman Mutaawe
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