Rubongoya Hungry For More Success After Excellence In Rwenzori Equity Open

Edward Rubongoya put up a great show in the second edition of the Rwenzori Equity Open but he is still more hungry to get further.

The Fresh Academy graduate was second during the first edition but later took the helm in the second of the same tournament.

While speaking to the press Rubongoya highlighted the need to get better if at all he is to remain on the top.

“I must up my game,” he said before adding; “My Coach has trained me well so I should perform better.”

To emerge first, the sixteen-year-old outcompeted a field of 71 amateurs who played at the par 70 course of Tooro Club.

“I am so happy to have won the net category but I am disappointed because my target was to shoot -7 but I missed a lot of short puts which cost me,” he ended.

According to Rubongoya, his team members gave him a good environment to play well and achieve success.

Teeing off in a category of senior players such as Saul Kusemererwa, Edward Nyaita, and Jimmy Bengura.

Rubongoya hardly shone in his category but also excelled in the overall standings with the best net of 66 to mark the headlines.

In conclusion, he appreciated the staff of AFRIYEA Golf Academy for the great work they are doing to promote the sport.

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