56 year-old Peter Senior won the Australian Masters tournament in Melbourne, in what could be the last hurrah for the Broomstick putter.
Peter shot a final round -3 under par 68 to win the Australian Masters with a -8 under par total.
This could be the last hurrah for the Broomstick putter, which is definitely an advantage in the windy conditions. Being able to anchor yourself to the putting surface, using the putter to lean on, so that the wind has less effect.
Sharing second place was American amateur Bryson DeChambeau, a final round -4 under par 67 elevating him up the leaderboard, to claim second on his own, -6 under par was a great result Bryson.
Joining Bryson on that score was John Senden -1 under 70 today, and Andrew Evans with an even par final round.
Tournament favorite Adam Scott had another troubled round, -2 under, to finish at -4 under par, on his own in fifth position. The putter once again his Achilles heel, maybe he was wishing he had stuck with the Broomstick a little longer, (no pun intended) especially in these windy conditions.
You may remember that Adam was -7 under in the first round, and would not have had to do much more to win this tournament. Give us a call Adam, you have nothing to lose.