Lucas Herbert will enjoy a two-week break from tournament play after another solid performance on the European Tour.
Herbert finished a credible tied for 12th at the Vic Open at 13th Beach - solidifying second place on the European Tour's Race to Dubai standings.
The Neangar Park product fired four sub-par rounds for the tournament and finished 10-under par, nine shots behind first-time winner Min Woo Lee.
Herbert made a brilliant start to his final round on Sunday.
He was three-under par through five holes and, at one stage, forced his way into the top five on the leaderboard.
A bogey on the sixth hole hindered his momentum and he was forced to settle for a three-under par 69 on day four.
Herbert will play Monday's $35,000 pro-am at his Melbourne-based club Commonwealth before a quick break. His next tournament will be the New Zealand Open from February 27-March 1.
Fellow Bendigo golfer Andrew Martin had a frustrating weekend.
Going into the weekend the 35-year-old was in contention for a top-10 finish and a big payday.
A third round 73 and final round 76 saw Martin slide down the leaderboard to equal 33rd place.
Martin will also play at Commonwealth Golf Club on Monday. He'll also play in the New Zealand Open.
Woo Lee carded a four-under 68 in strong winds on Sunday to finish at 19-under 269, while runner-up Ryan Fox applied some late pressure with a blistering 64.
The win gives the gifted Lee a two-year exemption on the European tour, which co-sanctioned the event, having finishing just two spots shy of keeping his card there in 2019.
Unheralded Hee Young Park came up trumps in an all-Korean playoff to win the women's Vic Open.
World No.191 Park claimed the biggest victory of her career at the fourth playoff hole when Hye-Jin Choi self-destructed.
Choi's drive off the 18th tee sailed wide right and ended up nestled against a pine cone.
She then hit her third shot into an unplayable lie and was forced to take a one- shot penalty. Park's regulation par was more than enough for her to claim the victory.
Fellow South Korean So Yeon Ryu, a two-time major winner, was eliminated at the second playoff hole.
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