NZ golfer shares lead at Fiji International

NZ golfer shares lead at Fiji International

NZ golfer shares lead at Fiji International

Norris fired 2-under 70 in the third round, his near ideal day coming de-railed at the par-4 16th.

Jason Norris fired a five-under 67 in the final round to claim a four-shot win at the Fiji International on Sunday. His best was T2 in the 2006 New Zealand Open and he is a victor on the Asian Tour.

In December 2007, Norris suffered horrific facial injuries in a bicycle crash at Coolum in Queensland which would have killed him had his nose been driven one centimetre further into his skull.

Peter Wilson of Australia gives compatriot Jason Norris the customary drenching after he recorded the biggest win of his

"It's taken me 21 years to have a win like this", Norris said after receiving the trophy from Fiji President George Konrote.

And despite threatening to retire from golf on numerous occasions, he never stopped believing in a breakthrough.

"I've had the yips for a couple of years", Norris said.

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The 44-year-old from South Australia began the final round a shot behind countryman Wade Ormsby and carded eight birdies and three bogeys to finish with a four round total of 274, 14-under par.

Winning the tournament, co-sanctioned with both the European and Asian Tours alongside as the PGA Tour of Australasia, gives Norris access to both worldwide circuits for the next two years.

"I feel like I am playing quite solid, I haven't made many bogeys for the week and once I got my putter going I really started moving forward", added Ormsby. "It was a good day", he said. "I still have the weekend to go", Singh said.

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He is prone to changing between forehand, backhand and claw putting grips, but didn't waver in a self-assured final round.

The leading group are two shots clear of Australian trio Adam Bland, David McKenzie and Peter Wilson who all shot 71s to be five under.

Canadian Mike Weir finished the best of three US Masters winners in the field at two-under for the tournament, ahead of Fijian legend Vijay Singh (-1) and Argentina's Angel Cabrera (-1).

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