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Fourth round (leg4) of the Race to Nigeria masters (Pro/Am) tournament

4th leg race to Nigeria masters: U. Anoruo defaults in 4th day of Race to Nigeria masters leg 4 

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It’s the final round of the 4th Leg to the Race to Nigeria Masters, players finally competed to make a cut in the finals but none was able to.

With the cumulative of 301 with +13 after 72 holes, U. Anoruo maintained his position at the top of the leaderboard. Anoruo’s game play in the final round earned him 2 over par (74).

“The first day of the tournament was really challenging for me, I had no idea what was wrong but I said to myself that I have to make do of every opportunity that comes my way and that resulted into a better game the following day but the game of golf is just not predictable and that was why I couldn’t make a cut but nonetheless, am happy I was able to get a whole of myself and I will be bringing the energy down to the course in the next tournament”, Anoruo said in an interview with the africantour correspondent.

In second position is another perpetual golfer; B. Gbadagesi whose game ended with a cumulative of 309 with +21 after 72 holes. Starting the round with a par in the 1st/2nd holes, a bogey in 3rd hole and eventually finishing the front 9 with a bogey to make 35. A bogey in holes 10th and 13th with the remaining holes being a combination of birdies and pars saw him coming in with under 38, finishing the round with +3 (75).

In a media chat, the player seem amazed yet happy of his game despite not making a cut. Quite interesting how he could move from 5th place to being the second position on the board.

It’s the end of the 4th Leg of Race to Nigeria Masters, all players have done their best, the stories of their efforts lay in the glorious Arsenal Golf Course. Find out who humbles the course as we bring to you the next tournament.

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