Fifty Ladbrokes Legends Tour professionals teed off in the inaugural Elanora Legends Pro-Am.
The course was in immaculate condition as always thanks to Course Superintendent, Dan Cook with the scores showing reflecting the pristine condition.
Taking out the event with a fine 3-under 69 was Michael Harwood.
“It’s great to back in this part of the world with my old mentor Paul Murray," said Harwood.
“When I was younger I travelled with Paul who taught me a lot and it was great to have him on the bag today. The golf course out there was amazing and a pleasure to play."
Tied for runner-up was Paul Dalgleish and Canadian Ken Tarling with 2-under 70.
Rounding out the top five was Grant Fyander and Alan May with 1-under 71.
The Ladbrokes Legends Tour will move to Pymble Golf Club on Wednesday.
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