Otago women will playoff for third and fourth at the New Zealand interprovincial tournament today.
Otago had a win and a loss on the second day of the New Zealand interprovincial men’s tournament yesterday.
Otago teams had a terrific Tuesday as they made a winning start to the New Zealand interprovincial yesterday.
Golfers losing balls is a common enough occurrence, but Dutch professional Joost Luiten took mislaying equipment to another level, losing three in a tree.
A few months ago, Queenstown professional golfer Ben Campbell seriously considered chucking in the towel.
Queenstown man Ben Campbell birdied the final two holes to edge major winner Cam Smith and claim the $3.4m Hong Kong Open overnight in a tournament rocked by controversy.
Something old and something new feature in the Otago teams named for the New Zealand interprovincial tournaments next month.
Otago suffered their first loss at the Freyberg Masters tournament at the Poverty Bay club yesterday.
Otago beat Waikato 3-2 in the morning session of the second day of the Freyberg Masters tournament at the Poverty Bay club yesterday.
Otago golfer Will McLauchlan watches his drive off the fifth hole during the South Island interprovincial men’s championship at Balmacewen yesterday.
Ben Patston is in sight of a rare double. He will have a couple of handy golfers in his way, however.