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43 Golfer teed off at Stanbic Entebbe golf pro Open

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Herman Deco Mutebi in action at the 2023 Johnnie Walker Uganda Pro Open. He will play with Borniface Simwa at 10:10 AM (Courtesy/Photo)

With 10 scores Under Par Herman Deco Mutebi stall higher that others on day one.

After having a successful Johnnie Walker Uganda Golf Pro Open that climaxed over the weekend and won by the Kenyan star, Dismas, another golf event in Entebbe tee off on Wednesday.

The 2023 Stanbic Bank Entebbe Golf Pro Open tee off on Wednesday and is slated to climax on Saturday and the sponsor, Stanbic has injected in 100m shillings. 

Herman Deco took the day one with 10 scores Under par to be on top of the event that has attracted players from Uganda, Zimbabwe and Kenya.

Following the tee off occurred on 1st November 2023 at Entebbe Golf Course,
Herman Deco Mutebi top performed the day one by scoring a 4 under par ( 67 gross). 

Abraham AINAMANI and Vincent Byamukama finished level on day one leader board grossing 68 in second position. 

Marvin Kibirige, Conarry Kabise, Ronald GAITA and James Kato scored 2 unders (69) at 71 par Course. 

Zimbabwe’s Liberty GUMISA finished with 70 strokes as the only none Ugandan professional to hit an Under score. 

Gumisa is tied up with Denis Anguyo and Phillip Kasozi. 

The competitive event has 43 professional Golfer with Uganda having the biggest portion among Zimbabwe, Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania.

The first event after Covid 19 pandemic will continu with day two at Entebbe Golf Course on 2nd November, day three following on Friday before climaxing on Saturday 4th November. 

Leader board

Herman Deco Mutebi – 67 -4
Abraham AINAMANI – 68 -3
Vincent Byamukama – 68 -3
Marvin Kibirige. 69 -2
Conery Kabise 69 -2
Ronald GAITA. 69 -2
James Kato. 69 -2
Libraty Gumisa – 70 -1
Denis Anguyo – 70 -1
Phillip Kasozi – 70 -1
Ronald Otile – 71. 0

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