Justin Harding shoots 66 to win in Kenya | 2021 Magical Kenya Open

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The South African claims his second European Tour victory with a bogey free final round in a head-to-head battle with Kurt Kitayama.

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The Magical Kenya Open makes its return to the European Tour schedule this week as the first of two events in back-to-back weeks at Karen Country Club in Nairobi. This week’s field features all five of the most recent Magical Kenya Open Champions: Guido Migliozzi, Lorenzo Gagli, Aaron Rai, Haydn Porteous and Sebastian Soderberg. Migliozzi arrives at Karen Country Club to defend the title he won in 2019 after last year’s edition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Migliozzi, who went on to win the Belgian Knockout later that season, is searching for his first victory since 2019 – and arrives in Kenya hoping to build on last week’s runner-up finish at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. The Italian, who was one of just four players to go bogey-free in the final round, posted a six-under 65 to finish one shot behind last week’s champion Antoine Rozner. Who will emerge victorious and scoop the Kenya Open’s red jacket?

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