Zim disappoint in Uganda

HARARE - Zimbabwe's leading amateur golfers failed to rise to the occasion at the Africa Zone VI Golf Championships at the Uganda Golf Club, finishing a distant third.

However, it was a different story for the hosts who ran out winners, breaking South Africa’s dominance in the tournament that has stood for 16 years.

Uganda emerged champions in the team event after winning a total of 18 and half points to beat South Africa by just one point.

According to reports from the East African country, the hosts who were joint leaders with South Africa for the first two days, but pulled clear thanks to a final day tally of six points in the singles round.

Zimbabwe finished third with 16 and a half points while Kenya finished fourth with a total of 15 and half points while Swaziland and Zambia finished joint fifth with 9 and half points.

The victory for Uganda saw them become only the fourth country to lift the Africa Zone VI Golf Championship trophy.

The Zimbabwe team that took up the challenge in Uganda was made up of Stuart Krog, David Amm, Tonderayi Masunga, Kieran Vincent, Visitor Mapwanya, Doctor Maphosa, Pride Sembo, John Milazi and Howard Bauti.

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