Nick Borren (Otago) won the Wanaka men's tournament with a par 4 on the second hole of a three-way playoff on Saturday.
Liam Hewitt (Queens Park) has risen from the ashes of Southland schoolboy and junior golf to win the Cobham Cup in the New Zealand Under-19 Championship, played over three rounds in Cromwell this...
Macleans College from Auckland successfully defended its national intercollegiate title, finishing 10 shots ahead of Christchurch's Burnside High school after 36 holes on the Cromwell golf course...
Callum Judkins (Queenstown) carded a birdie on the third playoff hole to take the honours in the Queenstown Open tournament which was played over three rounds on the Kelvin Heights course during...
Former Otago representative Nick Borren shot rounds of 69 and 71 for a two-shot win in a 36-hole tournament on the Chisholm Links course yesterday.
With 81 gross stableford points, the St Clair team won the Otago champion of champions title, which was played over 18 holes at St Clair yesterday.
Former New Zealand Open champion Mahal Pearce has been appointed as chief executive of Golf Otago, replacing Doug Harradine who is retiring after 11 years in the position.
Otago has the chance of defending its provincial title after beating Island Park 4-2 to win the final of the metropolitan men's senior A pennant series on the Taieri Lakes course on Saturday.
After resounding semifinal wins on the Taieri Lakes course on Saturday, Otago will meet Island Park in the final of the men's metropolitan senior A pennant series on the Mosgiel course next Saturday.
After 10 rounds of testing matchplay in the Metropolitan men's Senior A pennant series, it is decided at last.
After nine rounds of competition, the Taieri Lakes team has missed qualifying for the playoffs of the metropolitan men's Senior A pennant series.
Island Park could be the first team coming from a nine-hole course to win the men's metropolitan senior A pennant series title after beating Chisholm 5-1 on its home course on Saturday.
Despite playing on their home course on Saturday, the Taieri Lakes golfers failed to get off the bottom of the points table, going down to Island Park 2.5 to 3.5.
As the metropolitan men's Senior A pennant series is on the homeward run, most interest is centred on which team is coming last, rather than who is leading this year's competition.
The Otago team encountered its first hiccup of this year's Metropolitan senior A pennant series, being held to a 3-all draw by a Chisholm Links team on the links course on Saturday.
After more than a decade in the role, Doug Harradine resigned as the chief executive of Golf Otago at the annual meeting, which was held in Alexandra on Saturday.
With a resounding 5.5-0.5 win over Island Park, Otago leapt to the top of the points table after the fourth round of the men's metropolitan senior A pennant series in Dunedin on Saturday.
Playing at home, Chisholm Links posted its first win in this year's Metropolitan senior A pennant series when beating series leader Island Park 4-2 on Saturday.