Ainamani takes two strokes lead on day one at the 2018 Entebbe Golf Open | Professionals

2018 Entebbe Golf Open:

  • Day One Leader: Abraham Ainemani (66 Gross)
  • Runners up: David Amooti Kamulindwa (68 Gross)
David Kamulindwa Amooti is two strokes off the leader, Ainamani

Amidst rainy conditions at the lake side par 71 Entebbe Golf course, professional golfer Abraham Ainamani scored a stunning 5 under par score of 66 to take the famous day one leader bragging rights during the opening round of the 10th Entebbe Golf Open.

The Palm Valley golf member was two strokes better of Fort Portal based teenage professional David Amooto Kamulindwa who returned 3 under par 68.

“I expect a good round and the competition remains tight. Any of the players in the top ten can win it. I will remain composed and focused” Kamulindwa disclosed to Kawowo Sports.

Brian Toolit and Adolf Muhumuza are chasing for three whilst home based Vincent “Araali” Byamukama and Ronald Rugumayo are four strokes off the leader.

Jinja’s Opio Onito and Lake Victoria Serena Golf club house professional Fred Wanzala returned level par (71) on round one.

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Jinja Golf Club’s Emmanuel Opio Onito struck 71 level par on day one, same as Fred Wanzala.

The pair of Phillip Kasozi and Mehta Golf club pro Ronnie Bukenya struck two over par 73 while Silver Opio, Henry Lujja and Saidi Mawa returned 74 gross apiece.

Day two tees off on Friday morning with the second and final round action.

The main event will climax on Saturday with the subsidiary men and ladies catergories before the prize giving ceremony.

Leader-board (After Round One – 18 Holes)

1 – Abraham Ainamani – 66

2 – David Kamulindwa Amooti – 68

T3  – Brian Toolit – 69

Adolf Muhumuza – 69

T5 – Vincent Byamukama – 70

Ronald Rugumayo – 70

T7 – Opio Onito – 71

Fred Wanzala – 71

T9 – Phillip Kasozi – 73

Ronnie Bukenya – 73

T11 – Silver Opio – 74

Saidi Mawa – 74

Henry Lujja – 74

14 – Robert Happy – 75

T15 – Ian Odokonyero – 76

Denis Anguyo – 76

T17 – Deo Akope – 77

Abbey Bagalana – 77

Emma Ogwang – 77

T20 – Ismail Muhamood – 78

Martin Ochaya – 78

T22 – Joseph Mawejje – 79

Davis Kato – 79

Herman Mutawe – 79

Gerald Kabuye – 79

Lawrence Muhenda – 79

T27 – Richard Baguma – 80

Dickson Lagoro – 80

29 – Stephen Kasaija – 81

30 – Godfrey Mande – 82

31- Hussein Bagalana – 84

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