Uganda Golf Amateur Open, two golfers from Zambia, Musamba Kapoma and Chanda Bwembya are joint leaders after 36 holes (two rounds). This is at the ongoing 2021 Tusker Malt Uganda Golf Amateur Open in Entebbe.
The duo took over the overnight day one leader Joseph Reagan Akena who slipped to a distant 13th on the leaderboard. Apparently, the board has a total of 114 golfers.
Both Musamba and Bwembya are tied on a total of 144 gross apiece in 36 holes with the former top on countback. Kenya’s Ebill Otieno is one stroke away from the leaders on 145 gross. Entebbe club member Bulhan Matovu is also joint third with Otieno.
Defending champion John Lejirma from Kenya improved to 146 gross having returned a course level score on the second day. This bettered his opening round score of 4-over 75.
Jinja club member Joseph Kowa Ngobi has the same scores as the defending champion Lejirma.
Entebbe club’s Nasser Mackie returned the best score on day two of 2-and 69 to better his day one score of 7-over 78.
However, today, the golfers are set to commence day three to complete 54 holes. This is ahead of the closing round on Saturday.
The main pressure group will swing off from the first tee at 12:30 pm with Bulhan Matovu (Uganda), Ebill Otieno (Kenya) as well as the Zambian duo.
The second pressure group has three Ugandans; Marvin Kibirige, Nasser Mackie, and Joseph Ngobi as well as John Lejirma from Kenya.
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