Michael Weastell has been appointed as a professional at the Golf Warehouse which is scheduled to open in the former Dick Smith building in Cumberland Street in mid-October.
For the second time in a fortnight Otago professionals set the standard, with Duncan Croudis finishing one shot ahead of Mahal Pearce with a four-under-par total in the Chisholm Links Open, which...
Lydia Ko will head to the weekend four shots off the lead as she attempts to claim a fourth Canadian Pacific Women's Open title.
Otago men’s golf has suffered a severe blow with the news last year’s No2 Nick Borren will not trial this year and is not available for selection.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko has made a promising start at the Canadian open carding a five-under-par 67 in the first round.
Otago's top men and women tee off on Sunday in the 36-hole Chisholm Links Open, the first of a series of trials and matches to select the teams to compete in the national interprovincial...
There is a changing of the guard in both the men's and women's selection panels leading up to the national interprovincial tournaments in December.
Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko had some high-level support in her final Olympic round in the shape of champion rower Eric Murray.
The St Clair trio of the senior, intermediate and junior club champions scored a total of 91 gross stableford points to win the Otago provincial champion of champions title at Balclutha yesterday.
A chip and putt for birdie on the 18th hole stood between Lydia Ko and an outright silver medal as women's golf completed its Olympic return after a 116-year hiatus.
It took eight holes - and a hole-in-one - for Lydia Ko to get right back in the mix at Olympic Golf Course.
A miraculous eagle rescued Lydia Ko's first round at the Rio Olympucs, lifting her to 11th overall after the first round.
Britain's Justin Rose birdied the final hole to win the Rio Olympic golf tournament today, the first gold medallist in a sport returning to the Olympics after a 112-year absence.
A lack of support from three major North Island provinces has forced the organisers to bring the curtain down on the SBS Bank Invitational tournament which was rescheduled to March next year.
"Retired" professionals Greg Turner and Mahal Pearce teamed up to show the amateur pairs how it is done, winning the Otago foursomes title which was played over 36 holes at Chisholm Links yesterday.
Golf teed off for the first time at the Olympics since 1904 with Danny Lee the first of two New Zealanders to finish their opening rounds this morning.
Jim Furyk broke golf's magic number when he shot a record 12-under-par 58 at the Travelers Championship, the lowest round ever on the PGA Tour.
The golf year started with buzz about the dominance of a new Big Three of Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy that echoed the storied days of Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
Kiwi golfer Danny Lee has slammed Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey after he was "treated like a dog".
American Jimmy Walker broke through for his first major title with a one-shot win over Jason Day in the PGA Championship after playing 36 holes at water-logged Baltusrol today.