Otago Daily Times: Golf News

Golf: PGA America president sacked for 'insensitive' remarks

PGA of America president Ted Bishop was fired by his board of directors for "insensitive gender-based statements" posted on social media networks at the expense of English golfer Ian Poulter.

Golf: Hotere honoured at centenary

Golf: Hotere honoured at centenary

More than 90 people from as far away as Australia have come to Port Chalmers to celebrate the golf club's centenary this weekend.

Golf: Alker and Wilkinson steady in Georgia

Kiwi golfers Steven Alker and Tim Wilkinson carded tidy opening rounds of 69 during the first day of The McGladrey Classic in Georgia on the PGA Tour.

As if it wasn't hard enough

As if it wasn't hard enough

Action from the national amputee golf tournament at Chisholm Park Golf Club in Dunedin yesterday, as captured by Otago Daily Times photographer Gregor Richardson.

Golf: Solid start by Ko in China

Golf: Solid start by Ko in China

A string of birdies on the back nine has seen Lydia Ko climb to a share of 13th after the opening round of the Blue Bay LPGA event in China.

Golf: Otago dominates provincial pennant

Before a rare win four years ago, the Otago club men's pennant team had not won the provincial senior A pennant title since 1994, but it was far too strong on the Lower Waitaki course in Oamaru yesterday.

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