KITANTE GOLF OPEN
KAMPALA - On Wednesday, Uganda’s Phillip Kasozi and Kenya’s Edwin Mudanyi shot an opening-round three-under-par 69 to take joint leadership as the Kitante Open teed off at the Uganda Golf Club on Wednesday.
Action returned on Thursday for the second round, where there would be a cut-off, with only the top 20 and ties playing the last two rounds for the sh40m prize money.
New Vision's Michael Nsubuga was at Kitante and froze the action:
Zimbabwe's Sydney Wemba and Kenya's Owiti took to the course first in the second round of the Kitante Open
Hesborn Kutwa whips his shot
Uganda's Fred Wanzala goes for the target
Vincent Byamukama (left) and Phillip Kasozi in action
Edwin Mudanyi watches his shot roll off to the hole
Henry Lujja chips . . .
. . . Phillip Kasozi tees off . . .
. . . Herman 'Deco' Mutebi putts
Henry Lujja twisted and turned to give his ball flight
Kenyan C.J Wangai in mid-week action
David Wakhu, Denis Anguyo and Lawrence Muhenda
Greg Snow and Jastas Madoya
Ganeev Giddie putts
Zimbabwe's Robson Chinhoi
Matthew Omondi, Mathew Wahome and David Kamulindwa
Becca Mwanja watches his shot in flight
Ugandan Deo Akope was also in action
Kenyan John Karichu