8th leg race to Nigeria masters: L. Onjefu made the cut and became the winner of the tournament.

Final round (leg8) of the Race to Nigeria masters (Pro/Am) tournament

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It’s the final round of the 8th Leg of the Race to Nigeria Masters and six golfers battled through, but only Onjefu who have been able to maintain his position on the board for three days was able to make the cut.

With the cumulative of 298 with +10 after 72 holes, L. Onjefu became the first on the leaderboard and made the cut. His game play in the final round started with a bogey, par in 2nd hole, bogey in 3rd, par in 4th, bogey in 5th, 6th hole and eventually having a par in the remaining hole in front nine to make 39. With birdie in hole 10th, bogey in 11th, birdie in 12th, par in 13th, 14th, bogey in 15th, par in 16th, 17th and hole 18th being a bogey saw him coming in with 39, finishing the round with 6 over par (78).

“I did not get my footing in today’s game but am happy my previous rounds was good enough to make me maintain my position and also make the cut”, Onjefu said in a media chat with the africantour correspondent.

 In second place with the cumulative of 306 with +18 after 72 holes is J. Moses. His game play in the final round was a combination of 9 bogey, 5 birdie and 4 par which saw him coming in with 3 over par (75).

In a media chat with Moses, he seems pretty much disappointed for not making the cut but promised himself to do better in the next tournament.

It’s the end of the 8th Leg of the Race to Nigeria Masters, most of the players seem displeased with their performance but they’ve however done their possible best. Stay glued to our website for information on the next tournament cause I bet you wouldn’t want to miss it.

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