Former Outram rider Clarke Johnstone's road to Rio starts on Friday.
Robert van Royen
Cantabrarian Tom Walsh out-duelled Aucklander Jacko Gill in their much awaited clash for the national title in Dunedin yesterday.
Victorian Matthew Griffin drained a clutch 1.2m birdie putt on the final hole to win the $1 million New Zealand Open at The Hills today.
Two rounds down, the two most important ones to go. Australians Matthew Griffin and Deyen Lawson, and Japan's Hideto Tanihara are tied for the lead at 8-under-par with two rounds remaining in the $1million New Zealand Open.
South Korean Hyun-woo Ryu can count himself lucky a new rule change came into effect at the start of the year.
Japan's Hideto Tanihara will take a two-shot lead into the final day of the New Zealand Open in Arrowtown tomorrow.
Who would want to be a past New Zealand Open champion?
Peter Smith and Craig Palmer might feel out of place playing in the New Zealand Open, but their first-round scores suggest otherwise.
It is not how you start, but how you finish - just ask Dunedin amateur Nick Borren.
Golfers teed off at the New Zealand Open in Arrowtown this morning, despite rain and strong winds in the Otago region, and by lunchtime the sun was shining.
Would you rather face former West Indian quick Joel Garner on a green pitch or play in a celebrity golf challenge?
Golf will not be the only thing on Ryan Fox's mind tomorrow.
Valerie Adams bounced back from a frustrating first-up competition last week to win her 14th national title in Dunedin yesterday.
When there is a will there is a way.