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Matias Sanchez is low amateur at the Australian Open
Low amateur Matias Sanchez on day one of the Emirates Australian Open <br>(Golf Australia Photo)
Low amateur Matias Sanchez on day one of the Emirates Australian Open
(Golf Australia Photo)
ROSEBERY, Australia (November 26, 2017) - Reigning Australian Amateur champion Matias Sanchez finished as the low amateur at the 2017 Emirates Australian Open hosted by the Australian Golf Club.

Sanchez, who carded rounds of 71-70-68-73 finished 2-under and in a tie for 15th with among others last years low amateur Curtis Luck. At the time Luck was the defending U.S. Amateur and Asia-Pacific Amateur champion.

The best round of the week for Sanchez, his third round 3-under 68, started off slowly with an opening hole bogey but that was his only blemish on the scorecard. Sanchez quickly bounced back with a birdie on the next hole and then added three more as part of a flawless second nine.

During the final round, Sanchez who medaled this year at the U.S. Amateur, had an open down round and was 4-over for the day through 17-holes. However, the Australian created a lifelong memory when he eagled the par-5 18th to complete his week.

The title went to Australian Cameron Davis who turned professional just over a year ago. Davis, who had a difficult first year as a pro, finished 11-under and one shot in front of Matt Jones and Jonas Blixt at 10-under. The win was the first of Davis' pro career.

OTHER AMATEURS TO MAKE CUT

Takumi Kanaya (-1, T19)
Cameron John (+1, T32)
Min Woo Lee (+1, T32)
Charles Reiter (+10, T65)

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ABOUT THE Australian Open

The Australian Open is Golf Australia's National Open Men's Championship, and is sanctioned by the Australian PGA Tour and forms part of the ONEASIA series of events. Many of Australia's top amateurs qualify for the event.

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