European Tour action continues in Nairobi with the Savannah Classic
With the curtains coming down on the 2021 Magical Kenya Open on Sunday, European Tour action continues in Nairobi with the Kenya Savannah Classic teeing off at the Karen Country Club on Tuesday 23 March 2021.
South African Justin Harding who won the Kenya Open at the same venue on Sunday is part of the field as he attempts to make it back to back victories in Nairobi.
Ten Kenyan professionals led by 2021 Safari Tour winner Dismus Indiza will also be in action at Karen. Other Kenyans include Samuel Njoroge who was the sole local player to make the cut at the Kenya Open, Matthew Omondi, Edwin Asuza, Riz Charania,C.J Wangai, Simon Mburu, Greg Snow, Jastas Madoya and David Wakhu as well as Uganda's Deo Akope and Zimbabwe's Robson Chinhoi.
Six Kenyan amateurs namely Issac Makokha, Njoroge Njonge, Jay Sandhu, Tai Malik, Adel Balala and Michael Karanga will also be in action at Karen.