Players headed back to the city after a sensational week in the famous town of Kalgoorlie hosting the TX Civil and Logistics WA PGA Championship to continue the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series.
Next stop was the Kwinana Golf Club Pro-Am, a hidden gem south of Perth. Players arrived to the immaculately presented woodlands course with some of the fastest greens they were going to face all year.
Nine players finished under-par with six of them shooting 1-under par 71. West Australian Daniel Fox was outright third with 2-under 70 while last week’s WA PGA runner-up Brody Martin continued his fine play posting a 3-under par 69 to finish second.
It was Braden Becker though who had the blade rolling nicely to jump the field posting a superb 5-under par 67 and take home the title.
“The course was presented amazing, congratulations to superintendent Peter Flemming and his staff for the job they did. I’m really enjoying my golf at the moment and am really looking forward to the rest of the swing and hopefully continuing the good golf,” said Becker.
Players now move a further 30 minutes south to the 54 hole Steel Scene Peel Pro-Am commencing today around the world-class golf courses in the Peel region, Mandurah CC, Meadow Springs CC and The Cut GC.
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