West Australian Daniel Fox has won his third Rosebud Ladbrokes Pro-Am at the end of a busy stint in the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series.
His round of 4-under 67 was enough to see him win by a single shot from Victorians Thomas Burt, Cameron John and Matt Jager who all finished on 3-under 68.
Fox has previously won the pro-am in 2014 and 2015.
“It was pretty tough today so I’m really surprised that 4-under held up,” said Fox.
“It’s been a long haul. This is my seventh week playing in a row, so I’m pretty much out of gas now.
“I’ve got a month off until I head up to Papua New Guinea for the two events there.”
Fox began his round on the 8th hole and opened quickly making a birdie at the 9th, he then birdied the 13th, bogeyed the 14th and birdied the 15th, 16th and 17th.
A par on the 18th saw him at 3-under and tied for the lead with seven holes to play.
Fox looked to have been stuck on 3-under after five straight pars on the front-9, however he managed to birdie the 6th to get to 4-under and the outright lead.
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