A bogey-free 67 has propelled Victorian Brett Coletta to his second top-five finish on Canada’s Mackenzie Tour, equalling his season-best result with a tie for fourth at the Mackenzie Investments Open in Montreal.
Starting the week 27th on the order of merit, Coletta’s Sunday flourish saw him move up four spots both on the leaderboard and the moneylist with one event remaining, this week’s Freedom 55 Financial Championship.
Hitting an astonishing 94 per cent of greens for the week on the North Course at the Elm Ridge Country Club, Coletta had just four bogeys across the 72 holes to finish three shots out of the playoff between Blake Olson and Corey Periera, Olson claiming the title with a par at the first playoff hole.
Ruben Sondjaja moved up eight places on the leaderboard courtesy of a final round of 2-under 70 to finish tied for 39th, one shot ahead of Tasmanian Mathew Goggin who shot 71 on Sunday to end the week tied for 45th.
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