South African Justin Harding is the 2021 European Tour Magical Kenya Open champion.
Harding round of five-under-par 66 for a two-shot victory over American Kurt Kitayama on Sunday bagging a cheque of $200,000 in the process.
The win was the second for Harding at the Karen Country Golf Club.
“I’m glad I shot one better than a couple of years ago, I was bummed about that, but I’m just happy with the way I managed my game,” Justin said after the sweet victory.
This was his sixth win in three years at the tour. His maiden tour victory though was two years ago at the Qatar Masters.
The first two days of the event were not broadcasted and because of logistic issues.
European Tour Productions (ETP) are reportedly trying to sort out “logistical issues” before the final slated for Sunday.
The European Tour Productions released a statement saying, “Unfortunately, due to ongoing logistical difficulties beyond our control, we will be unable to deliver live world feed coverage of the third day of the Magical Kenya Open presented by Johnnie Walker on Saturday, March 20, 2021,”
“In cooperation with the local and national authorities we are continually working to resolve the situation as soon as possible, and hope to be in a position to provide live coverage for the final day of the tournament.”