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  • 7 May, 2018 3:33pm
  • 2 minutes to read
New Zealand has selected an exciting young squad of golfers to compete in both the mens and womens Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in June 10-15 this year. Juliana Hung (Canterbury), Carmen Lim (Auckland) and Rose Zheng (Auckland) show a nice mix of
  • 7 May, 2018 3:33pm
  • 2 minutes to read
New Zealand has selected an exciting young squad of golfers to compete in both the mens and womens Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in June 10-15 this year. Juliana Hung (Canterbury), Carmen Lim (Auckland) and Rose Zheng (Auckland) show a nice mix of
  • 7 May, 2018 3:33pm
  • 2 minutes to read
New Zealand has selected an exciting young squad of golfers to compete in both the mens and womens Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in June 10-15 this year. Juliana Hung (Canterbury), Carmen Lim (Auckland) and Rose Zheng (Auckland) show a nice mix of
  • 7 May, 2018 3:33pm
  • 2 minutes to read
New Zealand has selected an exciting young squad of golfers to compete in both the mens and womens Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in June 10-15 this year. Juliana Hung (Canterbury), Carmen Lim (Auckland) and Rose Zheng (Auckland) show a nice mix of
  • 30 Apr, 2018 2:28pm
  • 3 minutes to read
Lydia Ko has ended her winning drought in sensational style with a tap-in eagle on the first playoff hole to claim her third victory at the Lake Merced Golf Club and an impressive 15th LPGA Tour title. With a round of one-under (71) Ko did things