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Breakthrough win for Ryan Fox     Ryan Fox WA

Auckland golfer Ryan Fox has underscored his potential with his first win on the PGA of Australasia Tour, an emphatic five stroke victory in the WA Open.

The result gives him exemption on the Tour through the 2016 season, but Fox will be looking further afield when he returns to the USA next month for Stage 2 qualifying on the Web.Com Tour.  Meantime, he has a great chance to capitalise on his form in the $A 1.75million ISPS HANDA Perth International, which is co-sanctioned with the European Tour.  Victory there would certainly open a few doors, not least the lucrative series of European Tour events in Asia over the next few weeks. and would see Ryan following in the footsteps of Michael Campbell, Danny Lee and Mark Brown.

Fox's victory at Cottesloe Golf Club was also another endorsement for the Charles Tour and the Carrus Open as ideal preparation for the Australasian Tour, leading to back to back New Zealand victories in the WA Open after Josh Geary's triumph there in 2013. 


 

Riordan wins iin Sudden death Playoff

Sean Riordan sored a birdie at the first playoff hole to win the Hellers and friends Kaikoura Pro-am from Shaun Jones and Jared Pender. Pender 73-65, Riordan 71-67 and Jones 72-66 tied at six under par 138 over the two round event. Thirty seven professionals contested the tournament and played in a range of weather conditions. The first round on Saturday began in fine conditions and deteriorated as the day went on ending in a steady drizzle. The final day began in the gloom and cleared mid-morning to allow for a very exciting finish.


This is the fourteenth year of the Kaikoura pro-am and plans are under way for a celebratory year in 2015. The tournament is well supported by the whole community and especially this year by Hellers, together with The Lobster Inn Tavern and Koura Bay golf course and lodge.


Those eligible played for the NZPGA Professional Championship and this was won by Anthony Doyle with scores of 69-70. Anthony is a multiple winner of this title and has his name back on the trophy after his winning streak was interrupted last year by Grant Moorhead.



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 Order of Merit

1   Josh Geary
   20193 points
2   Douglas Holloway 18847  
3   Harry Bateman 16003  
4   Ryan Fox 14578  
5   Richard Lee 14108  
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