England (Midlands) Region
09 Aug 19
Adam Keogh and Andrew Cheese experienced rounds of two contrasting halves en route to sharing first place in the Peterborough Milton Golf Club Pro-Am.
Keogh (above), the head PGA Professional at Spalding Golf Club, began his round in the form he has enjoyed since winning the Gedney Hill Pro-Am in the second week of July.
Aside from finishing fifth in the Midland Masters at Ladbrook Park, he has not been outside the top three in seven events.
That record includes coming second in the English PGA Championship at Bowood and four birdies over the front nine at Peterborough Milton put him on course to maintain it.
Cheese (right), by contrast, missed the cut at Bowood in his previous tournament and his form has been up and down.
That was typified by two birdies and as many bogeys on the front nine which left him level at the turn.
There were no blips on the back nine from the pro who is attached to the Robert Rock Golf Academy, however.
He recorded two birdies and, with Keogh dropping two shots, the pair posted two-under-par rounds of 69 to finish a shot clear of Andy Willey and each earn £705.
Cheese increased that figure by £100 as a result of winning the team competition.
Full scores can be accessed via this link:
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