Peter Senior has returned to the winners list at Moonah Links for the Legends on the Legends Pro-Am.
Peter Lonard was among the 42 senior Professionals on site, returning to the venue of his 2003 Australian Open win.
Although now classified as a legend it was the Legends Course not the Open that he tackled for the first time.
Standing in his way were Peter Senior, Peter Fowler and Mike Harwood among others, where Senior was first to return the score to beat, a 5-under 67.
His round consisted of 13 pars and five birdies while Peter Fowler sat close behind on 69.
Steve Aisbett of NSW was among the 12 players to break the par of 72 on the blustery Mornington Peninsula day, equalling Fowler’s score to put a trio of players in second place on 69.
The course, as always, was in exceptional condition and Senior praised the layout and condition during his winner’s speech.
The Ladbrokes Legends Tour moves on to Portsea on Wednesday.
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