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Women's Champion of Champions Results

Congratulations to all the Champions in our Manawatu Wanganui district who played at Pahiatua on Sunday. With rain delay in the afternoon it proved to be a long day for everyone and we thank you for hanging on in there and continuing to play in good spirits. Our District winners of the Gross Stableford Rosebowl for 2019 were Palmerston North.Zhuo Yi Hu, ...

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Freyberg Masters Update

The Manawatu Wanganui Masters team have had a solid start to this years Interprovincial in Timaru. A great start with a run of 3 straight wins against Otago, Southland and Aorangi, was ended yesterday with a 3/2 loss to Waikato. They still remain in the hunt for a the title, but are relying on other matches going our way, and ...

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Interprovincial teams named

The Manawatu Wanganui selectors have named strong teams to compete at the 2019 Interprovincials in Hastings and Napier this year.  Mens Team: To play at Hastings GC starting 26 November Tyler Wood Liam Finlayson Tyler Hodge Trent Munn Regan McConaghty Travelling Res: Angus Findlay Manager: Boy Manunui Womens Team: To play at Maraenui GC starting 3 December Tara Raj Zhuo Yi Hu Brydie Hodge Lisa Herbert Lilly Griffin Travelling Res: Katherine Paskins Manager: Jo McAlley Congratulations to ...

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Freyberg Masters Underway

All the best to the Manawatu Wanganui men's masters team in Timaru today as they get underway in the Masters Interprovincial. The team is the same as last year, who won the event in Taupo: 1. Junior Tatana 2. Tony Chettleburgh 3. Phil Hooper 4. Rick Harding 5. Stu Gillespie Res: Ross Geary Follow the results here ...

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Finlayson & Hu Win Manawatu Open titles

Liam Finlayson continued his very good form to win the Powerturf Manawatu Open held at Manawatu Golf Club on Sunday 27 October. Palmerston North's Zhuoyi Hu took out the women's division with a superb 5 under par 36 hole total. In fine, but breezy conditions a field of close to 70 players competed in this years event. The men's results were ...

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Manawatu Open Draw

The Powerturf Manawatu Open is being played at Manawatu Golf Club this Sunday. This is the final Order of Merit event before the naming of the Men's and Women's. The event is looking wide open in the men's division with a few players missing this weekend. Liam Finlayson is the current leader in the Order of Merit, and is possibly the ...

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Shand Cup/Sybil Green Results

The Shand Cup, Sybil Green and Stu Smith Memorial Masters Quadrangulars were played over the weekend in very challenging conditions with very strong winds making the exposed Wanganui course very difficult. The team that made the mast of the conditions was Wellington, taking out all three divisions, with Manawatu Wanganui coming second in all three. Below is a summary of how our ...

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Manawatu teams for Shand Cup/Sybil Green

Manawatu Wanganui Golf selectors have named their teams for the upcoming Shand Cup, Stu Smith Memorial (Masters), and Sybil Green Quadrangulars. This years event is being played on 19/20 October, at Wanganui Golf Club, as part of the 125th Jubilee celebrations. Teams from Wellington, Taranaki, Hawkes Bay and Manawatu/Wanganui come together for this annual event, which provides a great opportunity ...

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Final Junior Interprovincial Results

The Junior Interprovincials have just concluded with the Manawatu Wanganui teams both finishing in the top half in the final placings. The Girls team today went up against Wellington for 3rd and 4th placings, and in a very close contest went down 3.5 - 2.5. This meant they finish the week in 4th place. The final round individual winners were Lily ...

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Junior Interprovincial Day 3 Results

Congratulations to both the Girls and the Boys sides for very good Junior Interprovincial results so far heading into finals day.  The girls team won both matches today to remain unbeaten alongside North Harbour in their section, with both teams finishing equal on team wins and individual games won. They came so close to making the final, but unfortunately lost in ...

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