A fast finishing Michael Harwood has claimed the JL Pierce Transport Pymble Pro-Am firing 4-under 68.
It was an eagle, birdie finish on his final two holes which edged out Champions Tour player David McKenzie who finished outright second at 3-under par.
The win elevates Harwood to third on the Ladbrokes Legends Tour Order of Merit behind Queensland’s Brad Burns and Victorian Tim Elliott.
Harwood gave praise to his recently acquired coach, PGA Professional Bruce McLean.
“I need to pay credit to Bruce McLean, I was struggling earlier in the year but I’ve been working with Bruce for the past few months and it’s feeling really good again," said Harwood.
"I always love playing Pymble and today’s event is a credit to everyone involved.”
Legends Tour Chairman Terry Price echoed the praise for Pymble Golf Club stating the event was the “blueprint” for Pro-Am tournament golf with club members, sponsors and Legends players encountering exceptional hospitality, camaraderie and a memorable golfing experience.
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