The Orora Yenda Ladbrokes Pro-Am is one of the more unique events in the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series.
The course is only 12 holes and over the years, many of the Professionals have come to love the shorter course and hospitality shown to them each year.
Less holes doesn't stop the low scoring however, with recent PGA Trainee graduate Jacob Boyce shooting 7-under 41 for a two stroke victory, his round highlighted by a stretch of six birdies in a row.
“The course was fun it’s the first time I’ve played a 12-hole golf course. The greens were in fantastic condition but it was really my ball striking that stood out by driving four of the par-4’s today,” said Boyce.
Runner up with an equally impressive 5-under 43 was Andrew Campbell who has been in good form recently. His runner up finish comes after his third place finish in the SunRice Leeton Ladbrokes Pro-Am
Rounding out the top-5 were Adam Burdett, Scott Arnold, Mitchell Brown and Matthew Stieger at 3-under 45.
The NSW/ACT Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series will now head to Wagga Wagga for the Ron Crouch Transport Wagga Wagga Country Club Ladbrokes Pro-Am.
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