The Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series visited two of Australia’s top golf courses for this week’s Air Adventure King Island Pro-Am where competition took place across Cape Wickham Links and Ocean Dunes Golf Club.
A strong field of 21 professionals and 63 amateurs teed it up with professionals playing a modified Stableford format and the amateurs playing Stableford, while a team’s event also took place over the two days.
Victorian Scott Laycock was the winner of the Air Adventure King Island Pro-Am with 20 points from first round leader Connor Chant on 16 points. Frazer Droop rounded out the top three with 11 points.
Located in the middle of Bass Straight between Victoria and Tasmania, professionals from around the country brought three amateurs to play and experience two of the most stunning golf courses you can experience anywhere in the world.
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