Terry Price has returned to form, winning his second Boonah Legends Pro-Am by two strokes in a decorated field littered with past champions.
Price had a bogey-free round that included seven birdies to finish 7-under par 65.
“I have been battling a back injury over the last month so it was good to feel a little more free today and it showed with the way I played,” Price said.
“The golf course is a completely different layout than the one I won on in 1990 though they have done an exceptional job on the new layout. The region can be very proud of it.”
Michael Harwood and Darren Rix both finished second after shooting rounds of 67.
The event returned to Boonah Golf Club, the first time since 1996, and featured that year’s winner Ben Jackson, as well as Glenn Joyner, Ossie Moore, Michael Ferguson and Terry Price.
PGA Life Members Rodger Davis and Randall Vines were also in the field and were joined at presentations by PGA immortal Charlie Earp.
PGA CEO Gavin Kirkman announced during the presentations that the PGA would be donating 5 per cent of tomorrow’s Royal Queensland Cup purse will be donated to drought relief fund Rural Aid, a charity for farmers in western Queensland.
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