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Passing of David Geange

It is with much sadness that we report the passing of former Manawatu Wanganui Golf Committee member and Eagle David Geange on Monday 25th Jan. David had been ill for some time.  He was a long term member of Levin Golf Club, and spent many an hour working on course rating activity for Manawatu Wanganui Golf around the region. His funeral will take ...

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Joe Kells / PN Classic Draw

The annual Joe Kells Memorial and PN Classic tournament is being held at Palmerston North Golf Club this Sunday. This event is on the Manawatu Wanganui Golf and Golf NZ Order of Merits, and therefore has attracted a good field of Manawatu Wanganui Rep contenders and a handful of players from outside the district. We wish all the players all the ...

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Trent Munn earns NZ PGA playing card

Manawatu Wanganui rep player Trent Munn, is the latest local player to join the professional playing ranks after he finished 2nd in the NZPGA qualifying school tournament held at North Shore early in the New Year. The top 3 players in that event earned cards to play golf professionally in NZ PGA events, which includes mainly Pro-am & Charles Tour ...

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2021 Joe Kells & PN Classic

The 2021 Joe Kells and PN Classic Tournaments will take place at Palmerston North Golf Club on Sunday 31 January. The event is played as a 36 hole strokeplay, and is on both the Golf NZ and Manawatu Wanganui Golf OOM. This event is a great opportunity for players to get some competitive golf in before the upcoming club pennant season ...

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2021 Pennant Dates and Venues

For the 2021 Pennant season the men's and women's committees have agreed on some changes to condense the number of venues for each round. This will mean that the Men's A Grade, B Grade, C Grade, Handicap, and the women's Championship and Weekend competitions will take place over just 2 venues in each round (except for round 4 where the ...

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Women ready for Interprovincial

The Women's Interprovincial gets underway tomorrow at Akarana Golf Club, in Auckland. The Manawatu Wanganui team of Tara Raj, Lisa Herbert, Brydie Hodge, Sera Raj,  Natalie Lyttle and Jill Hall (reserve), are all ready for their first round match against Hawkes Bay/Poverty Bay tomorrow afternoon. They have a bye in the first round tomorrow morning. Unfortunately the team suffered a big ...

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Women ready for Interprovincial

The Women's Interprovincial gets underway tomorrow at Akarana Golf Club, in Auckland. The Manawatu Wanganui team of Tara Raj, Lisa Herbert, Brydie Hodge, Sera Raj,  Natalie Lyttle and Jill Hall (reserve), are all ready for their first round match against Hawkes Bay/Poverty Bay tomorrow afternoon. They have a bye in the first round tomorrow morning. Unfortunately the team suffered a big ...

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Final round win not enough to advance

The Manawatu Wanganui Men's team came up just short from making the semi-finals, despite a win against Otago in he final round. Unfortunately the damage was done in the loss to Northland in the morning round, which left us needing a minimum of 4.5 individual wins against Otago. A 3 - 2 result was a good win against last years ...

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Team still in contention for playoffs

The Manawatu Wanganui Men's Interprovincial team had two very close matches on day 2, which resulted in 2 halves against Tasman and Taranaki. While this was not the result the team was looking for, they still have their own fate in their hands if they can win the final three matches. That would guarantee a semi final spot. However that task ...

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Great start to Interprovincial

The Manawatu Wanganui men's interprovincial team got off to a great start yesterday by defeating Canterbury 3 - 2 in round 1. That was followed with the Bye Tuesday afternoon. Trent Munn, Liam Finlayson & Ryan Rooney all scored wins against Canterbury. Today they take on Tasman and Taranaki. Click here to follow the scoring ...

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