Talented golfer Adam Davey claimed a remarkable fifth victory in the 2021 Aglime Sand Greens Championship of WA on the Narrogin Golf Club fairways at the weekend. Davey held his nerve on the back nine to finish a runaway six-shot winner in the 36-hole stroke championship. The Busselton golfer increased his advantage on the back nine to register a score of 139. After hitting 70 on his first round Davey produced an equal course record of 69 in his second round, which consisted of two bogeys and four birdies, highlighting his high standard of play across 18 holes. Davey came down the 18th and was greeted with a delighted crowd as he chipped his way on to the green. “It’s a great tournament, a lot of fun coming out and seeing these blokes every year,” Davey said. “Thanks Narrogin, see you in Augusta.” Ryan Peake, who was chasing a hat-trick of wins after claiming the past two Sand Green Championships, was unable to overcome a slow start in his first round despite his 71 on the second round to finish second on 145. Peake had shown strong form leading in after taking out the State Foursomes Championship only a week ago at his home club Lakelands. “My game never suited right doglegs and this course is full of them; it’s a tough little course,” Peake said. Harvey’s Michael Lucas started strongly on Saturday but was unable to carry that form through Sunday, finishing with a disappointing second round of 80. Bunbury’s Tim Gilotti finished third after rounds of 73 and 75 to end up with a combined score of 148, while Merredin’s Jay Motzel (149) and Sea View’s Aaron Dobson (150) rounded out the top five in the gross event. Usual sand green suspects Rod Shemeld and Gilotti led the pack that chased Davey hard all of Sunday. Shemeld played an outstanding shot out of the rough on the 16th to save par and keep the pressure on Davey heading into the final two holes. Davey has now won the second most Sand Green Championship titles behind Royal Perth’s Michael Dennis, who won six titles. Davey will be out to equal that record next year at the championships in Augusta. Cuballing’s Robert Harris was the nett winner with 139 and Shemald was the closed winner on 146.