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Indiza sets new Serena record as Muthiya maintains lead in Pros Open

By Michael Nsubuga

Added 14th September 2019 04:35 PM

The Kenyan veteran golfer who is gunning for his six Uganda Open title consequently jumped to the third position after his bogey-free round.

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Dismas Indiza enjoyed a bogey-free round as he set a new record (63 gross) at Serena. PHOTO: Michael Nsubuga

The Kenyan veteran golfer who is gunning for his six Uganda Open title consequently jumped to the third position after his bogey-free round.

Top ten after the third round
 
Madalitso Muthiya (ZAM) 72 66 69 207
 
Charamba Tongoona (ZIM) 70 71 70 211
 
Dismas Indiza (KEN) 73 76 63 212
 
Ferreira Stephen (SA) 76 69 68 213
 
Meyer Breyten (SA) 75 67 73 215
 
Irvin Thato Mazibuko (SA) 68 73 74 215
 
Nel Andre (SA) 76 68 73 217
 
Simon Ngige (KEN) 74 72 71 217
 
Visitor Mapwanya (ZIM) 73 73 71 217
 
Rizwan Charania (KEN) 75 67 76 218
 
Defending champion Dismas Ndiza was the talk at Kigo after he fired an incredible nine-under-par 63 to set a new course record during the Castle Lite Uganda Open professionals’ event at the Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort and Spa on Friday.

 Zambia's Madalisto Muthiya maintained his lead after round -three of the Pros Open at Serena. PHOTO: Michael Nsubuga

The Kenyan veteran golfer who is gunning for his six Uganda Open title consequently jumped to the third position after his bogey-free round that was spiced up by nine birdies going into the final round of the 72-hole competition.
 
His score on the day bettered the course record of 66 gross set by amateur golfer Ronald Otile last week.
 
“I had a good round and found all my second shots on the green and the pin positions were fairly placed and I putted very well, so let me see what tomorrow will bring,” Indiza who is now five strokes away from the leader, Zambia’s Madalisto Muthiya.
 
Muthiya who won the event in 2015 maintained his lead at the top, four strokes ahead of Zimbabwe’s Charamba Tongoona who is second.
 
Muthiya rather perfect round that him score two eagles on the par-five holes 2 and 13, was undone by bogeys on holes 8 and 18.
 
An exciting closing round is anticipated, with most of the top golfers having improved tremendously in the third round.
 
 
 

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