Jorge Campillo wins in Kenya, Julien Brun in the top 10
Saturday night leader, Jorge Campillo stayed the course. With 6 birdies and 1 bogey, the Spaniard recorded a score of 66 and won the Magical Kenya Open on Sunday (-18 total). This is his third victory on the European Tour, the first since 2020. Thanks to a final birdie at hole number 18, Masahiro Kawamura finished the course with 66 shots (5 other birdies, 1 bogey) and finished 2nd (- 16). The podium is completed by a duo composed of Ryo Hisatune and Tarrio Santiago, at -15. The Japanese and the Spaniard respectively returned cards of 65 (7 birdies, 1 bogey) and 66 (6 birdies, 1 bogey).
Julien Brun only improved his card throughout the tournament. The French successively finished the course in 70, 68, 67, and finally 66 shots on Sunday thanks to 6 birdies and 1 bogey. With this fine performance, he ranks 7th (-13 total) alongside Ashley Chesters, Jayden Schaper and Robert MacIntyre. Second Saturday, the Scot was less lively this Sunday (2 birdies, 1 bogey).
Another Frenchman in the top 15
Just behind, two players are in 5th place (-14). We find the Austrian Lukas Nemecz and the Spaniard Borja Virto. For his part, Pierre Pineau takes 15th position (-11) thanks to a last card of 67 (8 birdies, 4 bogeys). Among the other Frenchmen, Romain Langasque ranks 25th (-9), Tom Vaillant, in the par on Saturday, grabs 35th place (-7), Adrien Saddier is 47th (-5), Robin Sciot-Siegrist climbs just above above par in 65th place (-1) and Gary Stal finishes 77th (+4).