Sport Bautista, Fowler co-lead NZ Masters golf

12:32  11 january  2018
12:32  11 january  2018 Source:   MSN

Matt Millar didn't hit a golf ball for three weeks then won the New Zealand Masters

  Matt Millar didn't hit a golf ball for three weeks then won the New Zealand Masters Canberran Matt Millar didn't hit a golf ball for three weeks before winning the New Zealand Masters on Sunday. Matt Millar didn't hit a golf ball for three weeks before winning the inaugural The Canberran began his season in the best possible fashion with a sensational four-stroke triumph, which Millar hopes will launch his strongest year on tour.Millar enjoyed the comprehensive victory after firing a trifecta of four-under 67s on the final three days of competition to finish 11-under 273 at the Wainui Golf Club.

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Peter Fowler of Australia in action.© Phil Inglis/Getty Images Peter Fowler of Australia in action. Australian golfers Austin Bautista and Peter Fowler have shot five-under-par 66s to share the first-round lead in the New Zealand Masters.

Bautista, in his second year as a professional, found the Wainui Golf Club layout to his liking on Thursday, making just one bogey.

"I like the way it looks," he said.

He credited his course management and patient putting game for his early position on the leaderboard.

"This is a shaper's course," he said.

"You've got to be able to work it both ways. You never get a dead-straight shot off the tee, especially on the back nine."

Consistent Millar seals Masters win

  Consistent Millar seals Masters win Australian golfer Matthew Millar has fired a bogey-free final round to take a four-stroke win over David Smail at the New Zealand Masters.The 41-year-old Australian fired a bogey-free four-under 67 for a tournament total 11-under 273.

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Fowler, having finished third in 2017 on the Staysure Tour (formerly the European Seniors Tour), is again showing his ability to compete with his juniors.

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He was pleased with his early-season form in conditions made hard and fast by the recent dry weather.

"I drove the ball well, hit a lot of great iron shots and my putting today was the best it has been in the last 12 months, so I'm pretty happy," he said."

Third, one shot back, is New Zealander Daniel Pearce, after missing a birdie chance on the 18th hole.

Winner of the 2017 Queensland PGA Championship, Pearce said he had a solid day, striking the ball well and going for his putts.

"I'm playing aggressive-conservative golf this week, I guess you could call it," he said.

"I'm hitting a lot of irons off tees - I think I only hit two, maybe three drivers. I'm just trying to get into a position to give myself a shot at the green."

The $A100,000 ($NZ109,000) tournament is the first on the 2018 PGA Tour of Australasia schedule.

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