Zimbabwe\u2019s Robson Chinhoi produced a two under par 70 in the final round of the second leg in the Safari Tour\u2019s Season Four at the tough playing par 72 Vet Lab Sports Club course yesterday where besides the winner\u2019s trophy, the Zimbabwean also pocketed Sh308, 293. It was , however, a slow start for the experienced Chinhoi who last season won three events in the tour, as he bogeyed the second and third holes. He however made the day\u2019s first birdie at the par five\u2010fifth hole and added one more at the par three\u2010eighth to level the nine enroute to the back nine where he birdied the 12th and 15th for the day\u2019s two under par and a tournament aggregate of five under 283. \u201cI am very happy winning here despite a tight final round where again I made a slow start by dropping two shots in the round. My game otherwise is very solid and I am looking forward for a good season\u2019\u2019 said Chinhoi, and added: \u201cI just need to work on a few things on my game and try and player under par rounds\u2019\u2019. He won by two shots from Sigona\u2019s Mohit Mediratta, home pro Mike Kisia and round two leader Greg Snow. Mediratta who started the tournament with a poor 78 on Sunday, managed to overcome all that, and close the tournament with a fine four under par 68, a round that included six birdies and a bogey in each nine, for an aggregate of three under par 285 to tie for the second place with Kisia and Snow. \u201cIt was the first round that saw me play a recovery golf thereafter. Starting with a low round is definitely the best way to go, but I must thank my parents, coaches and all my friends for giving me the support I really need this season\u2019\u2019 said Mediratta who lost his home opening leg in a playoff with amateur junior Taimur Malik and Edwin Mudanyi. Snow on the other hand shot one under par 71, despite making four birdies in the closing round where he was engaged in a neck and neck battle with Chinhoi and Mike Kisia.