Harding fights off Kitayama to win Kenya Open

South Africa’s Justin Harding produced a flawless final spherical of five-under-par 66 on the Kenya Originate on Sunday to seal a two-shot victory over Kurt Kitayama and his second European Tour title.

Overnight chief Harding, whose maiden tour bewitch came two years within the past on the Qatar Masters, maintained his composure amid a accurate field from American Kitayama to enact on 21 under par on the Karen Country Club in Nairobi.

“It changed into exertions. I changed into cosy with the manner I played,” the 35-twelve months-frail Harding, who had three birdies and an eagle on the ninth hole, acknowledged.

“I made a mess of 11 and 12 and one arrangement or the other the manner I played 13 thru 18 this week, it changed into a traumatic time. I achieved some footage and managed to assassinate a pair of staunch par saves.”

Kitayama made two eagles and two birdies as he threatened to determine Harding by lowering his result in a single shot, nevertheless a bogey on the 11th supposed he fell quick.

Scotland’s Connor Syme achieved with a 64 to accurate third express sooner than Spaniard Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez.

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