New Zealand golfer Danny Lee has made a strong start to the PGA Tour's Players Championship in Florida.
Otago has taken the outright lead in the metropolitan men’s senior A pennant series after beating Chisholm 4.5-1.5 on the Chisholm Links course 5 on Saturday.
Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko has won her first tournament in nearly two years, surviving a nail-biting playoff to win in California.
The Otago men’s under-19 and under-16 golf teams each finished second in the South Island age-group teams championship which concluded with the final round on the Templeton course in Christchurch yesterday.
Otago has taken control of the under-16 section after the second round of the South Island age-group team championships on the Templeton course in Christchurch.
The first day of competition in the South Island age-group teams tournament at the Templeton course in Christchurch yesterday belonged to Canterbury, which is leading the under-19 and under...
St Clair Blue is on the march up the points table after beating St Clair Gold with five wins and a half on the St Clair course on Saturday afternoon.
Mark Brown shot the magical number of 59 to fly into the lead at the Carrus Open on the Charles Tour yesterday morning.
The chairman of the New Zealand Open is already planning to include an unbuilt golf course in the future of the tournament.
Taieri Lakes and Otago tied 3-3 in the top-of-the-table clash in the fourth round of the metropolitan men’s senior A pennant series on Saturday.
US golfer Patrick Reed has battled to a one shot victory at the Masters to claim a coveted Green Jacket and his first major championship.
A bogey five on the playoff hole was good enough to give Matthew Crawford, of St Clair, a win in the under-23 grade and the Ken Reddington Memorial trophy for 2018.
Otago and Taieri Lakes have won all their games and lead the men’s metropolitan senior A pennant series after the third round in Dunedin on Saturday.
FMG New Zealand Legends Masters golf tournament director John Evans shakes hands with FMG’s Rebecca Cameron at the Chisholm Golf Links after handing over a $3200 donation to Farmstrong on Wednesday.
Tiger Woods failed to find his rhythm in his Masters return today but finished three shots behind the early clubhouse leaders.
The presence of Tiger Woods looms large over the Masters but a bunch of hungry and in-form players ensure that the year's first major will be much more than a one-man show.