Matt Millar's love of the golf courses around the MIA continued on Tuesday as he was able to secure his third title in three days at the Yenda Pro-Am.
After being apart of a three-way tie in Leeton over the two-day event finishing on seven-under-par with Simon Toonan and Anthony Choat, he backed up that performance to finish at four-under-par at the Griffith Pro-Am on Monday to finish level with New Zealander Michael Long.
Millar started well with two birdies in the first three holes before starting the back six with a birdie on the ninth.
He finished strong with birdies on the 11th and 12th to head to the clubhouse at five-under-par, which was enough to secure the Yenda Pro-Am title.
He finished one shot ahead of Jordan Mullaney, Benjamin Clementson and Bradley Kiviments, who finished joint second.
Long finished equal seventh at even-par.
The pros will head to Wagga next for the two-day event, which starts on Thursday.
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