Ladbrokes Legends Tour player Brad Burns will return to the Vukisch & Borich Fiji Legends Golf Classic next week with a third straight victory in his sights as he prepares to tee it up alongside tough competition in Fiji.
Winner in 2017 and 2018, Burns will be among elite company in 2019 where a field of 45 Senior Professionals will take to the fairways of the picturesque course.
Leader of the Ladbrokes Legends Tour Order of Merit and five-time winner on the European Tour Mike Harwood is among the tournament’s headliners with local Fijian Professional Krishna Singh, the brother of Vijay, also taking part.
Ladbrokes Legends Tour winners Glenn Joyner and Steve Conran, as well as consistent performer John Onions, feature in the field while 2016 Champion Tim Elliott will look for his first victory in 2019.
Players will contest the $50,000 purse over three days of play as the tournament celebrates five years of partnership with major sponsor and a great supporter of the Ladbrokes Legends Tour, Raymond Vukisch.
The event is played in a pro-am format with some 70 amateurs from Australia and New Zealand playing alongside the Senior Professionals.
Fiji is the first stop for the Legends Tour in the South Pacific with further events in Samoa and New Caledonia to come.
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