West Australian Daniel Fox has carded a remarkable 9-under 62 to win the 2016 Sea View Pro-Am.
The event saw 48 Professionals from around Australia and New Zealand battle the windy conditions in the seaside area of Cottesloe just outside of Perth.
Daniel Fox didn't find the wind a challenge, playing in the afternoon round he fired a course record 62 with an eagle, birdie, birdie start and only eight putts for the first 9 holes.
"I had an amazing day alongside my amateur players, we had a number of laughs along the way about the string of 3's on my card" said Fox, who is a PGA Tour of Australasia winner.
Fox managed to reach 10-under however made bogey on the second last hole of the day to claim the course record and secure a four shot victory.
"I got to 10-under par and thought about shooting 59 but I'm just really glad that I hung in there today for a 62," added Fox.
On a day when only six other players broke par, Fox's round will go down as one of the very best of the 2016 PGA Pro-Am Series.
New South Welshman Alexander Pitty fired a superb round in the morning shooting 5 under-par 66 to finish in outright second place.
The WA/SA PGA Pro-Am Series presented by Subaru heads to the Cut Golf Course on Wednesday which will once again provide a stern test for players who are continuing on a run of events which will reach as far as Broome next month.
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