•Indiza, who fired the -11, 277 to win the title at the Uganda Golf Club, will lead other pros at the two-day tournament that starts on Friday.
•In Uganda, Indiza was a surprise winner of the four-day tournament after a superlative performance of five under par 65 in the fourth and final round.
Fresh from winning his seventh title in the Uganda Open tournament in Uganda on Saturday, veteran professional golfer Dismas Indiza has set his eyes on the Mulembe Golfing Society tourney at the Mombasa Golf Club.
Indiza, who fired the -11, 277 to win the title at the Uganda Golf Club, will lead other pros at the two-day tournament that starts on Friday.
“I will be competing at the Mulembe tournament and I hope to post good results. I can't say I will win but I am hopeful because it is an open field,” said Indiza.
After the Coast Tour, the series will head to Kitale in December before visiting Kakamega in January.
In Uganda, Indiza was a surprise winner of the four-day tournament after a superlative performance of five under par 65 in the fourth and final round.
He beat Uganda's Ronald Rugumayo, who had led in three rounds in the 72-hole four-day tournament.
The Kakamega Golf Club member came from two strokes behind in the final round to win his seventh title ahead of Rugumayo. Indiza also won the title in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2018.
“It was a good outing and I did not expect to win because there were so many youthful players who were on fire, especially Rugumayo who trained in South Africa before coming for the tournament,” said Indiza.
Indiza scored level par 72 in the opening round, five under par 67 in the second, one under 71 in the third, and five under in the fourth for a total of 11-under 277 for the title.
“Rugumayo played with a lot of pressure on the last day because of the home fans. On my part, I enjoyed the game, hole by hole and I was very relaxed and this made it easy for me to win,” he said.
The Ugandan Rugumayo finished tied in second with -8, 280 with Namibian Paulino Kasoma with Ugandan Philip Kasozi coming fourth.
Zimbabwe’s Visitor Mapwanya, who plays in the Safari Tour series shared position five with Kenya's Njoroge Kibugu.