Bendigo golfer Andrew Martin secured a top-10 finish at the Victoria PGA Championship on Sunday.
Martin finished three-under par T7 after four rounds of challenging golf at RACV Cape Schanck.
In the first round Martin recorded a two-over par 72 with three birdies, one bogey and two doubles.
In round two he finished three-under par 67 with six birdies and three bogeys.
In round three he finished two-over par with two birdies and four bogeys.
In the final round he made his way up the leaderboard with a bogey-free four-under par 66 which included four birdies.
New Zealand's Campbell Rawson won the championship at 10-under par, with rounds of 71,70,65 and 64.
Victoria's Marcus Fraser was the tournament's runner-up just one shot behind Rawson on nine-under par.
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