Each of the golfers, many playing on the course for the first time, had different tales about their round, which was the first of three
Sitting on 66 hectares, the par 72 course designed by Golfplan US will be open to close to 200 invited golfers
Pepsi unveiled a sh100m sponsorship towards the annual event
Indiza carded 274 gross, four and eight strokes better than Greg Snow and Zambia’s John Moore Dayne who finished second and third respectively.
This year, the theme is ‘Yesterday, today and tomorrow’.
Indiza, a four-time champion of the annual competition started day-one well.
The top 30 professionals and ties will share the sh185m of which sh40m goes to the overall winner.
The two played alongside amateur champion Ronald Otile who scored 74.
Woods admitted he had nearly been overcome with emotion as he walked up the 18th fairway.
Otile beat Kenya’s John Karichu by a stroke
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