Otago Daily Times: Golf News

Golf: Exam commitments lead to reshuffle

University exam commitments have led to the Otago men's golf selectors juggling the team order for the South Island Interprovincial teams' tournament on the Russley course in Christchurch at the weekend.

Golf: Borren putts way to title

Golf: Borren putts way to title

Nicholas Borren (Otago) played sub-par golf to beat Otago No 1 Brent McEwan (St Clair) 4 and 3 in the final to win the Otago matchplay title at Balmacewen yesterday afternoon.

Golf: Greig clinches third Otago women's title

Golf: Greig clinches third Otago women's title

Susan Greig (St Clair) beat Sally Shaw (Chisholm Park) by 6 and 4 in the final of the Otago women's championship played over 18 holes at Balmacewen yesterday.

Golf: Fox finishes strong in Perth

Auckland's Ryan Fox has produced a five-under 67 during the final round of the Perth International to claim a share of ninth place at 10-under.

Golf: Alker falls back in Georgia

Steven Alker has dropped down the leaderboard to a share of 48th following a one-over 71 during his third round of the PGA Tour's McGladrey Classic at Sea Island, Georgia.

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.

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