Brad Burns and Craig Warren have won the Millmerran Legends Pro-Am on the Ladbrokes Legends Tour with rounds of 5-under 67 in sunny Queensland conditions.
Located 200km’s west of Brisbane, Burns took back-to-back victories in the event’s fifth instalment where hot scoring and competitive play highlighted the day.
It was Craig Warren, however, who made his affinity for the Millmerran Golf Course known by taking his fourth win from five starts at the Millerman Legends Pro-Am.
“It is hard to put your finger on why I play so well around here. I just wish I could take this course everywhere with me,” said Warren.
“I think the course is as good as I have ever seen it and when combined with the hospitality we receive when we are in Millmerran, it is not hard to see why the event continues to grow in stature.”
Burns’ win comes at a much needed time with those ahead of him on the Ladbrokes Legends Tour Order of Merit starting to build a gap.
“This event last year was one of my six wins in eight events so hopefully I can get on a roll again as we head to the pointy end of the season,” said Burns.
Finishing one shot behind the leaders, David Merriman and Darryl Purchase tied for second place with rounds of 4-under 68.
Richard Backwell and Mike Zilko tied for fifth place at 2-under the card.
The next stop on the Ladbrokes PGA Legends Tour is at City Golf Club in Toowoomba on Friday 26 July for the CMBM Facility Services City Legends Pro-Am.
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