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Final round (leg 3) of the Race to Nigeria masters (Pro/Am) tournament

3rd leg race to Nigeria masters: D.Ali ties with G. inalegwu in day 4 of the tournament with +20

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It’s the final round of the 3rd leg of the Race to Nigeria Masters and it’s been quite an experience for all the players, officiating bodies and the audience as this tournament happens to be the toughest in a while. 8 players battled for 4 days but none was able to subdue the Arsenal Golf course to make a cut.

Nonetheless, with the cumulative of 308 to make +20 after 72 holes; D. Ali and G. Inalegwu tied to be in the first place on the leaderboard. Ali’s game play in final round earned him +5 while Inalegwu on the other hand had +1  which landed him in a tie with D. Ali to top of the leaderboard.

“I didn’t get my footing all through the tournament which resulted to me not making a cut but regardless of how the game turned out to be, I’ve learnt more and I look forward to implementing in subsequent tournaments”, G. Inalegwu said in a media chat.

Following closely is J. Moses a long hitter but whose game ended with a cumulative of 310 to make +22 after 72 holes. He started the round with a par in 1th, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th holes, a birdie in hole 7th and eventually finishing the remaining rest of the holes with a par. Talking to the africantour correspondent, the player sounded disappointed but ready to put in its all on the golf course in the next tournament.

It’s the end of the 3rd leg of the Race to Nigeria Masters, all players seem so displeased with their performance but however had done their best. 

 

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