Lydia Ko remains in touching distance of the leaders after a mixed opening round at the latest LPGA event in Thailand.
Michael Hendry has injured his back but is confident he will play in next month's New Zealand Open.
American Dustin Johnson has become golf's world No 1 for the first time with his victory at the PGA Tour's Genesis Open in Los Angeles.
Michael Minty (Island Park) sank an 8m-putt on the final hole to beat Ryan Bellamy and give his team an upset win over the favoured St Clair Blue sextet in the first round of the metropolitan...
A Queenstown junior golfer will compete against the world's best in the United States in August.
New Zealander Ryan Fox will not lack for advice at next month’s New Zealand Open.
New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox will team up with caddy Steve Williams at next month's NZ Open.
Mark Andrews (Taieri Lakes) turned back the clock on his home course yesterday, scoring 66 and 71 to win the coveted Taieri Classic by a three-shot margin.
A former champion is as good a chance as any to win next month’s New Zealand Open, given 11 past champions are lining up.
Golf professionals from throughout Australia and New Zealand are making a beeline for the backblocks of North Otago.
The Koni kids just keep on winning. The pint sized golfers have just won the latest tour, and with it have been invited to some seriously top line courses.
The New Zealand Open, to be played in Queenstown next month, has entered into an agreement with the Asian Tour.
Former Otago representative Brent McEwan (St Clair) returned to where it all began, clinching the inaugural Island Park nines tournament in a dramatic chip-off over John McIntee (Otago) on the...
A late call up has failed to affect Ryan Fox's first round performance at the Dubai Desert Classic.
Golfing player numbers in Otago have remained relatively static but closer inspection shows a rise in Central Otago is offsetting a decline of more than 10% in four years in other parts of the region.
Former New Zealand Open champion Grant Waite is lining up at next month's New Zealand Open.
Duncan Croudis finished with a 3-under par 68 at Balmacewen yesterday to lead the qualifiers for the New Zealand Open to be played at Millbrook and The Hills on March 9 to 12.
Canterbury juniors showed the way in the Otago men’s golf championship at the weekend, as Hiroki Miya (Russley) won and Tom Parker (Christchurch) finished second.
When he tees off in the Otago strokeplay championship this morning, Scott Hellier (Gore) will be favoured to take home the main House of Travel Tour prize voucher, valued at $1250.
Organisers of the New Zealand Open believe a new layout of the Millbrook course will provide an exciting finish to the event.