Euan Walters, Alistair Presnell, Cameron John and Ashley Hall have all tied for first place at the Bendigo Bank Dingley Village Keysborough Golf Club Pro-Am in hot and humid conditions.
Walters and Presnell led the morning session as the first to record the 6-under 67 final score, with Hall and John following in the afternoon field to join the list of winners.
A further six players including Michael Choi, Christopher Wood, Scott Laycock, PGA Trainee Frazer Droop and recent top finishers Ruben Lal and Andrew Martin completed the round tied for fifth place on 5-under 68.
After some time away from the game former Victorian PGA Championship winner Alistair Presnell said it was great to be back in action.
“I can’t believe it took me three starts to win again,” he joked.
Despite experiencing a few showers during play, Walters was quick to praise the recent course upgrades at Keysborough Golf Club.
“The course was amazing, the bunker renovations have taken the course to another level,” he said.
“We are blessed to have had the opportunity to play here.”
The next event on the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series will take on the Super 6 format at the RACV Healesville Country Club for the RACV Healesville Super 6 from 19-20 January 2019.
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