The 2017 Eynesbury Masters Pro-Am field for this weekend has been boosted with a strong showing of ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia stars confirmed for the event.
Lucas Herbert and David Bransdon will compete, fresh off competing in the final round of the ISPS HANDA World Super 6 Perth. Herbert surprised a field of European and Asian Tour stars with his ambitious play-style and provided an entertaining display at Lake Karrinyup to earn a top-10 finish in the tournament.
Bransdon is also in a rich vein of form, he finished T12 in Perth and T6 in the Oates Vic Open, he led outright at one stage in both tournaments.
They’ll be joined by fan favourite Jarrod Lyle, Ashley Hall, Rory Bourke, Daniel Popovic, Ben Eccles and David McKenzie among others competing for a share in AUD$60,000 thanks to sponsors Genesis Fitness in Melton.
The staff at Eynesbury Homestead have prepared the course to be in mint condition for the Pro-Am event to provide players with pristine playing conditions for the weekend.
The Eynesbury Masters is the largest Pro-Am in the Victorian series and congratulations must go to PGA Professional Bradley Alton for his hard work and commitment to pulling together what will be a fantastic addition to the Pro-Am calendar.
The two day event begins this Friday 24 February and concludes Saturday 25 February.
For full scores and tee times, please visit pga.org.au.
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