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  • 4 Nov, 2018 6:52pm
  • 2 minutes to read
36 holes wasnt enough to find the New Zealand Womens Amateur Champion, with Aucklands Vivian Lu making a clutch birdie on the first extra hole to claim the 2018 title. Lu made a vital four birdies in five holes to close out the match in what was a
  • 3 Nov, 2018 5:24pm
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Wellingtons Kerry Mountcastle is one win away from holding the New Zealand Amateur Championship and the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship titles at the same time with two stunning rounds at Wairakei Golf & Sanctuary. He will face Waikatos Charlie
  • 3 Nov, 2018 4:41pm
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In partnership with Lydia Ko, New Zealand Golf is pleased to announce three recipients of the 2019 Lydia Ko Scholarship with Juliana Hung, Carmen Lim and Michelle Lee all securing the chance to play and learn from our best. The trio will have to make
  • 2 Nov, 2018 6:42pm
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Its been an exciting day at the New Zealand Amateur Championship with the top 32 creating some early drama at the Wairakei Golf & Sanctuary. The leading qualifier hoodoo was in full force as Jimmy Zheng was defeated on the 19th hole by a courageous
  • 24 Oct, 2018 8:25am
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New Zealand Golf is proud to announce the launch of LOVE Golf Futures, which took place at Boulcotts Farm Heritage Golf Club in Wellington yesterday. A large number of young sport lovers and parents turned out in Lower Hutt to witness the next chapter
  • 16 Nov, 2018 11:11pm
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Ryan Fox has chosen Mark Brown as his playing partner for next weeks World Cup of Golf in Melbourne from 22-25 of November. After Danny Lee withdrew from the event to spend time with his young family and Michael Hendry was unable to commit with his
  • 4 Nov, 2018 6:52pm
  • 2 minutes to read
36 holes wasnt enough to find the New Zealand Womens Amateur Champion, with Aucklands Vivian Lu making a clutch birdie on the first extra hole to claim the 2018 title. Lu made a vital four birdies in five holes to close out the match in what was a