Lydia Ko has reportedly split with her caddy, having finished in the top five at just one of her last five golfing events.
World number one Lydia Ko produced her worst result of 2016 with after finishing well back at the latest LPGA event in South Korea.
The Otago women’s golf team broke a six-year drought by beating Southland at Balmacewen yesterday to win the Salisbury Cup for the annual match between the two teams.
The St Clair men’s Senior A pennant team helped the club score the treble by winning the provincial pennant title with 1.5 points and 7 games at Millbrook yesterday.
Tiger Woods' decision to postpone his tournament golf comeback has raised more questions about his future with some former players wondering if he will ever successfully return to regular competition.
With rounds of 71 and 69, Jeremy Hall (Greenacres) claimed top honours in the Lakes District Championship over 36 holes in Arrowtown on Saturday.
With rounds of 80 and 78 at St Clair yesterday, Jo Hicks-Beach won the Otago Champion of Champions’ title by eight strokes from Abigael Crawford (St Clair).
After a gap of more than 30 years, Peter Rae will represent Otago again when he tees off as a member of the masters (over 40) men's team in the national tournament at Chisholm Links next month.
Ryan Moore beat Lee Westwood to clinch a thrilling US Ryder Cup triumph over Europe at Hazeltine National.
Otago won the triangular men’s tournament at Chisholm Links at the weekend, but received a wake-up call before the South Island team event at St Clair in early November.
The Otago masters (over 40) men’s team had a resounding victory in the quadrangular tournament which was played over three rounds on Chisholm Links during the weekend.
By experiencing three holes in one on the same day, the Alexandra Golf Club had a phenomenon on Saturday usually seen only at mini golf.
Birdies galore and thrills aplenty characterised another remarkable day of Ryder Cup golf as the US repelled a Rory McIlroy-inspired fightback from Europe.
Waikato won its third national junior men’s interprovincial title in a nail-biting finish over North Harbour at the Cambridge course yesterday.
Twice major winner Martin Kaymer has urged Europe's six Ryder Cup rookies to soak up the unique atmosphere of the competition, stay calm and "enjoy the amazing life experience they are going to have".
A strong North Harbour team will play the local Waikato octet in the final of the national junior interprovincial tournament on the Cambridge golf course this morning.
Phil Mickelson is known for having a theory about almost anything and he says that the United States have been handicapped at the Ryder Cup over the last two decades by poor preparation.
The Otago men's under-19 team lost any chance of successfully defending the junior interprovincial title after being beaten 5-3 by Bay of Plenty at Cambridge yesterday morning.
Spain's Sergio Garcia threw down the gauntlet on when asked about recent comments demeaning the quality of the European side and praising the US squad for this week's Ryder Cup matches at Hazeltine.
In the quest to defend the Junior Interprovincial title it won last year, Otago started with a half and a win on the first day of play on the Cambridge course yesterday.