Competition at the Stuart Appleby Cohuna Golf Club Pro-Am was as lively as ever in 2019 where 54 of Australian golf’s young-guns and legends came together to put on a show in blustery conditions.
Michael Isherwood, Glenn Joyner, Cameron John and Ashley Hall topped a logjam of players to win with rounds of 4-under 68 at Cohuna Golf Club, the home of Stuart Appleby.
Victorian professional Ash Hall came out of winter hibernation to grace the fairways of the quintessentially Australian layout, continuing the strong form that saw him place second at the 100th New Zealand Open earlier in the year.
“It was great to get out and compete again and get the win as well,” Hall said.
“A special thanks to Stuart Appleby and Cohuna Golf Club for always making us feel so welcome.”
Fellow Victorian, Cameron John, found his groove after a spate of recent injuries to sit even with some of the game’s best while Ladbrokes Legends Tour front-runner Glenn Joyner tackled the layout with ease.
Tony Collier rounded out the top-5 at 3-under the card, ahead of David Fearns, Scott Laycock and Andrew Schonewille in 6th place at 2-under.
Women’s PGA Cup team member Sienna Voglis also competed alongside her husband, Matthew Voglis ahead of her journey to Austin in October, shooting 6-over in the challenging conditions.
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