Long-hitting American Dustin Johnson, seeking major redemption after several near-misses in recent years, has won the 116th US Open amid high drama and initial uncertainty over his victory margin.
All the numbers sing about Lydia Ko's talent and soon there
will be harmony that she is the best golfer in New Zealand's
Lydia Ko has won her third title of the year with a victory
at the Arkansas Championship at the Pinnacle Country Club.
Otago Blue beat St Clair by an emphatic 5- margin at St Clair
on Saturday afternoon to take the lead in the men's senior A
pennant series with one round to play before the semifinal
World No 1 Lydia Ko finished birdie-eagle for a
tournament-record tying nine-under-par 62 to charge into a
share of the second-round lead with Morgan Pressel at the
Arkansas Championship on Saturday.
A frustrated North Otago side may be forced to pull out of
the senior A men's pennant series due to a lack of home
matches, even though other teams in the Dunedin-based
competition have offered to travel north to help out.
New Zealand Golf has named two talented teams to contest the
2016 Eisenhower and Espirito Santo trophies at the world
amateur team championships in Mexico.
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