THREE golfers have had to share the honours at this year's Leeton Pro-Am after the event ended in a tie over the weekend.
Matt Millar, Simon Toonan and Anthony Choat, all with seven under par, were unable to be separated at the end of the two-day event at the Leeton course.
"We don't have play-offs anymore because you just don't know if you'll have the daylight or what the conditions will be like," Leeton golf professional Jason Mimmo explained.
"So we've definitely had ties before, but these are three quality players.
"Matt was the highest-ranked of them.
"Anthony's first day was brilliant with a seven under par 65 and Simon Toonan he's a senior tour professional."
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As the Leeton Pro-Am didn't clash with the senior tour circuit in 2021, there were 15 players from this competition who all took part as well over the weekend.
The Pro-Am had two very different weather days to content with throughout the competition in Leeton.
Saturday reached a top of 35 degrees with muggy heat before the winds swept in and a cool change arrived that afternoon.
It remained cool and gusty on course on Sunday.
Taking out the A grade amateur division was Leeton's Josh Helson, while Therese Mathieson took out the ladies category.
"We've had really good feedback from the weekend, particularly about the course itself," Mimmo said.
"Our volunteers did a great job as well. We couldn't have put the event on without them.
"Everything else was able to run really smoothly as well."
There was no rest for the professional golfers, with many moving on to the Griffith Pro-Am, which was held on Monday, before the Yenda event on Tuesday and Wagga later this week.
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