Queensland's Mitchell Jacobson has secured a win at the Monty Conderman Memorial Grafton Pro-Am.
After the success of its inaugural event on the PGA Pro-Am Series Sunshine Swing last year, the hype within the Grafton community ahead of this year's staging at the Grafton Memorial Golf Club was immense.
With the weather clearing ahead of the first tee time, Professionals had perfect conditions to put on a show for their amateur playing partners and local spectators.
Coming off the back of some good results, Jacobson secured the victory firing 5-under 67 to finish one shot ahead of Marco Zirov, Yamba Trainee Professionals Louis Brown and defending champion, Brett Rankin.
"This tournament is what pro-am golf is all about; it brings the community together for one day of the year and showcases what a fine course Grafton is," said Jacobson.
"You really need to make your score on the par-5's and I managed to do that today."
"It was nice to get one up on my travelling partner Brett Rankin, so hopefully I can make it two over the weekend in Yamba."
Professionals will remain in the Clarence Valley for the next two days with many of the Professionals teeing off at the Yamba Pro-Am tomorrow.
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