Singh Brar and De Jager will co-operate in Kenya; the Spanish Arnaus, 4th

The Spanish Adri Arnaus, with 66 hits (-5), placed fourth in the first day of the Kenya Open, in which the English Brar and the South African De Jager finished in -7.


Spanish Adri Arnaus, with 66 hits (five under par), placed fourth in the first day of the Kenya Open, played this Thursday, and in which the English Jack Singh Brar and the South African Louis De Jager signed 64 hits (- 7) that serve to share leadership. The Barcelona, professional since 2017 and a triumph in the "Challenge Tours" (Ras Al Khaimah Grand Final), delivered a meritorious card with 66 strokes, product of five birdies (holes 5, 9, 11, 15 and 17) .

Five birdies also added the British Singh Brar, mark to which we must add an eagle on the sixth hole, while the African De Jager, despite achieving seven birdies and an eagle, he was injured by his two bogeys on holes 2 and 14. A a stroke of Arnaus, fourteenth last week in Doha, is the Chilean Hugo Leon, penalized by his bogey on the last hole.

Los also Spanish Gonzalo Fernández Castaño e Iv Cantero Gutierrez finalized this first round in positions 49 and 51 respectively, both with 71 hits (pair) .



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