Queenslander Daniel Nisbet has won the ISPS HANDA New Zealand Open.
Being played across Millbrook Resort and The Hills, Nisbet fired rounds of 63, 66, 67 and 62 for a tournament total 27-under 258 to win the title by two shots.
Nisbet, who started the day six shots behind Terry Pilkadaris came out firing, needing a low round to grab victory. By the 16th hole he had over taken Pilkadaris thanks to six birdies and an eagle. A further birdie at the 17th and a par at the 18th sealed the title for the 27 year old.
This becomes Nisbet's first victory on the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia and adds to his 2016 win on the PGA TOUR China.
More to come.
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