Otago topped pool B and will play Wellington in the final of the junior interprovincial golf tournament on the Cambridge course in Waikato this morning.
Otago beat Auckland with three wins and a half on the Cambridge course in Waikato yesterday to take the lead in Pool B of the junior interprovincial teams tournament.
Otago started well with two wins on the first day of competition of the junior interprovincial tournament on the Cambridge course in Waikato yesterday.
The Otago team has a tough draw in the national junior interprovincial tournament which starts on the Cambridge course in Waikato this morning.
Italian Francesco Molinari fittingly took the glory as Europe regained the Ryder Cup with a crushing victory over the United States.
Carding three twos during the 36 holes helped Liz McRae take individual honours in the women’s champion-of-champions event which was played over 36 holes at Balmacewen yesterday.
Tiger Woods will partner Patrick Reed in the final fourballs match when the Ryder Cup gets underway.
Tiger Woods won his first title since 2013 when he captured the Tour Championship by two strokes in Atlanta and proved to the golf world that he is far from done.
In the first interprovincial outing of the year, the Otago men’s team had a comfortable win over Southland on the Taieri Lakes course during the weekend.
Tiger Woods made a hot start on his way to a three-stroke lead over Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy after the third round at the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Saturday.
Match play results at North Otago last weekend have had a significant impact on the naming of the 10 golfers to compete against Southland on the Taieri Lakes course next weekend.
Callum Judkins (Wakatipu Junior) came from behind to beat Jonny Mackay (Lower Waitaki) in the final to win the inaugural North Otago matchplay title yesterday afternoon.
Lydia Ko has made a stuttering start to the final women's golf major of the year, the Evian Championship in France.
On the eve of the selection of the first Otago men's team this season, Otago's top golfers will face new pressures with the change of format of the North Otago tournament this weekend.
Dunedin will be off the radar for a year - but in 2020 it will be a must-visit destination for top legends golfers.
Otago has received a severe blow with the news of unavailability of Fraser MacLachlan for this year's teams.
A strong afternoon performance gave Graeme Barbara a win in the men’s tournament played over 36 holes in fine conditions in Wanaka on Saturday.