Victorian Adam Burdett leads the way after a stellar five-under-par 63 and holds a two shot lead over South Australian Jason Norris.

South Australian leading amateur Lachlan Barker carded a respectable round of two-over-par 70 and finds himself in the middle of the pack after playing alongside PGA Tour veteran Dave Bransdon from Victoria.

Day one saw perfect conditions at Murray Bridge and the event which was awarded the PGA Tournament of the Year in 2016 is again showing why it’s one of the premier events on the WA/SA PGA Pro-Am Series presented by Subaru.

Day two begins on Thursday morning followed by the final round which begins on Friday at 10am.

The WA/SA PGA Subaru Pro-Am Series is visiting South Australia for two weeks with Mt Osmond hosting the SA PGA Foursomes Championship on Monday next week.