Former PGA Tour winner Andre Stolz has wound back the clock with a stunning display of form at the Kew Country Club Pro-Am to win by three shots in difficult conditions.
Strong winds did little to deter the 2004 Michelin Championship winner on his way to an impressive round of 5-under 65 at Kew Country Club, bringing out the form that saw him play at the highest level of the game.
Stolz let his putter do the talking on his final three holes where three straight birdies saw him cruise to victory on the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series.
In a return to form, Matthew Millar secured second place at 2-under the card.
Mitchell Brown, Alex Edge and Gunnedah Pro-Am winner Dane McArdle rounded out the top-5 with rounds of 1-under 69.
The NSW/ACT swing of the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series moves to Port Macquarie on Tuesday 10 September.
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