Marc Leishman shot 36 points in the Wednesday comp at Port Fairy GC, and it was good enough to win a ball.
Marc Leishman is spending time back in his hometown of Warrnambool before heading back to the PGA Tour, and he played well enough to win a ball in the Wednesday comp at often underrated Port Fairy Golf Club.
Leishman played off a handicap of +7 and notched up a lazy 36 points.
Port Fairy Golf Club sent out a photo of Leishman’s card on Twitter which included eight birdies, three one-pointers and a wipe – and informed the 56th ranked player in the world that it was good enough to win a ball.
— Port Fairy Golf Club (@portfairygolf) January 4, 2017
As one of the nicest blokes on tour, we’re not surprised to see Leishman tee it up in a Wednesday club comp while back in Australia. What a huge buzz it must have been for the local members.
Leishman will most likely begin his 2017 PGA Tour season at the Sony Open in Hawaii in two weeks time.