Bunny and Harris win Vic PGA Foursomes Championship
Amstel Golf Club's Ben Bunny and Michael Harris have taken out the 2015 Victorian PGA Foursomes Championship held at The National Long Island Course on Friday
In perfect conditions on a magnificent golf course, the pair combined for a two over par round of 74 including birdies on each of the par fives.
Harris and Bunny become the holders of the Bob Shearer Shield after their two stroke victory over Andrew Kelly and David McKendrick.
Bunny said after the event that it was a thrill to place his name on the Shield.
"I'm a Southern Golf Club boy so it's an honour to win the trophy named after Bob Shearer, he's a legend of the club."
The Victorian PGA Foursomes Championship followed the State Annual Divisional Meeting of the Victorian Division.
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