Kenyan professional golfer Anil Shah shot a total of three over par 147 in the first two rounds of the Ras Al Khaimah Classic, the second leg of the Mena Golf Tour in the United Arab Emirates.
He shot one over par 73 during Monday's opening round and two over par 74 on Tuesday and in 20th place.
Of the other Kenyans, Ganeev Giddie posted 74 twice for 148 and in 28th while Brian Njoroge was in 39th after rounds of 75 and 77.
The Thethy brothers, Hardeep and Charan, tied in 41st place after firing 153 each. Hardeep shot 80 and 73 while Charan, who is also the chairman of the Professional Golfers of Kenya (PGK), carded 77 and 76.
England's Jake Shepherd shot 10 under par (67, 67) to take a five shots lead.
During the first leg of the inaugural tour, the Abu Dhabi Golf Citizen Open at the par 72 Saadiyat Beach Club course, Anil Shah produced three impressive rounds of level par 72 each for a total of 216 to finish sixth overall.
Brian Njoroge shot 71, 78 and 72 for 221 to finish in 18th.
The tournament was won by England's Zane Scotland who fired an impressive final round five under par 67 to claim the top prize of $9,000 with a total of eight under par 208, beating United Arab Emirates-based Briton Yasin Ali by a shot.
Charan Thethy recovered from a poor 80 to post 76 and 71 for 227 to finish in 27th place while Ganeev Giddie also made it to the money list with 229 (78, 73, 78). Hardeep was the only Kenyan to miss the cut after rounds of 79 and 82.
Morocco's Yol Hassam who was one of the tournament favourites finished third on five under par 211 ahead of UAE's Ross Bain (213) and Thailand's Sean McNamara on 215.
The amateur title went to Morocco's Ahmed Marjan with 222(76, 76, 70). The third event will be the Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open at Dubai's Al Badia Golf Club.