GEELONG’S Brad Lamb goes into the Turner Plumbing Victorian PGA Championship at Creswick today in peak form.
Lamb has begun the year on fire on the Victorian pro-am circuit.
The Barwon Valley club professional has never been better placed to take out an event on the Australasian PGA Tour.
Lamb already has three wins this year.
He shot a seven-under 65 to be part of a three-way tie at the top of the scoreboard in the Portsea Pro-am on January 2, Lamb then took out the Australian Masters of the Amateur Am-Pro on the first hole of a play-off at Royal Melbourne on January 7 and was part of a five-way tie in the Curlewis Pro-Am on Monday.
He has also had top 10 finishes in the Lonsdale and Clifton Springs pro-ams.
As impressive as these results have been his most significant result came in the Australasian tour school, where a tie for third provided him with full exemption for the tour this year.
Other players to watch from the pro-am circuit:
PETER ZWART: equal fifth 2013 North Western Classic (Goonawarra); equal first 2013 Curlews Pro-Am;
CHRIS GAUNT: equal ninth 2012 NSW PGA Championship; equal fifth 2013 North Western Classic (Goonawarra)
LEIGHTON LYLE: equal sixth 2013 Portsea Pro-Am; first 2013 Devil Bend Pro-Am; equal third 2013 Lonsdale Pro-Am
DAVID McKENZIE: equal first 2103 Portsea Pro-Am; equal eighth 2013 Devil Bend Pro-Am; equal fifth 2013 Lonsdale Pro-Am; equal sixth 2013 Curlewis Pro-Am.