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Interprovincial Results

The Manawatu Wanganui teams finished off the pace in the Toro Interprovincials held last week in Northland. The women's team had some great moments and could have easily finished higher up if matches had gone their way. They beat North Harbour in round 1, whom ended up making the semi finals. That result showed what the Manawatu Wanganui team was capable ...

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Australasian PGA Tour School

Former Manawatu Wanganui representatives, Josh Munn, Tyler Hodge & Lachie McDonald are all competing in Australia at present to try and earn a spot into the final Australasian PGA School tournament. All three players are currently placed just outside the top 25% cut off and will need to go low in round 3 to qualify through to the final stage. Josh ...

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Great day for Interprovincial teams

The Manawatu Wanganui men's team have now got points of the board, after a 2.5 all draw against defending champions Wellington. It was a match most people would of expected Wellington to win, but the Manawatu Wanganui team held tough throughout  to clinch the half point. If the online updates are correct Liam Finlayson won his final 4 holes to ...

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Toro Interprovincial Update

The Manawatu Wanganui women's team have so far had a mixed week in Whangarei. After a great start beating North Harbour, a narrow loss to Northland, and losses to both Auckland and Wellington, they are now out of semi final contention. However in round 5 yesterday they had a dominant win 4.5 - 0.5 against Aorangi, which gives them an ...

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Strong start to Toro Interprovincial

The Manawatu Wanganui women's team have made a strong start to their week at the Toro Interprovincial in Whangarei today, with a 4/1 win over one of the more fancied teams, North Harbour. Number 1, Brydie Hodge, defeated the current NZ Amateur champion Sylvia Brunotti 1up. Lily Griffin and Mudra Lakhani also had 1up wins, and Tara Raj won 5/3. Team ...

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Women's Champion of Champions

The Women's Champion of Champions district competition was played on Sunday 12 November at Feilding Golf Club. This event brought together most of the winners of the club championship competitions from throughout, to compete for the district individual and club team championship titles for 2017. The individual championship winners were: Silver: Tara Raj (Wanganui) Bronze I: Delwyn King (Rangatira) Bronze II: Helen Weber (Manawatu) Team ...

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Rep Match vs Taranaki

The rep contest held yesterday between Manawatu Wanganui and Taranaki at Wanganui Golf Club, went the way of the visitors in both the men's and women's teams. Conditions were very windy making the Belmont course very difficult. The Manawatu Wanganui men's held a small lead after round one winning 3.5 - 2.5, however Taranaki finished strongly winning 4.5 - 1.5 in ...

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Men's Champion of Champions Results

The Men's Champion of Champion competition was played yesterday at Marton Golf Club in windy conditions. This event brings together all the club champions from around the district to compete in the Senior, Intermediate and Junior divisions and the team Chamberlain Shield competition. The individual winners of each division were: Senior: Matt Thomas (Taihape) Intermediate: Max Turver (Manawatu) Junior: Adrian Duncan (Marton) Individual net winners ...

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Toro Squads to take on Taranaki

The Manawatu Wanganui Men's and Women's Toro squads have their final preparation matches this Sunday against Taranaki, before the Toro Interprovincials. The matches will be played at Wanganui's Belmont course. The men's team is Regan McConaghty, Guy Perry, Liam Finlayson, Hayden Ring, Greg Shaw, Cory Higgs, and will be joined by two Juniors, Kaleb Idemaru and Anthony Ilton-Maher. The women's team is ...

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Juniors win Eagles Quad event

The Manawatu Wanganui Junior were the winners at the Eagles quad event played on Sunday November 5th at Pahiatua. The annual event is played between Manawatu Wanganui, Hawkes Bay and Wellington. Teams are made up of 12 players with handicaps between 5.0 to 24.0.  Manawatu Wanganui started the event with just 10 players in the team, as we simply could not ...

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