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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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Men's Masters finish 8th

Manawatu Wanganui has finished mid table in 8th place at last weeks Masters Interprovincial (over 40) played at Whitford Park, Auckland. The  tournament is played by all 15 districts with 5 player teams, competing in 8 matchplay rounds over 5 days. The event was won by the home district, Auckland, whom went through the tournament unbeaten. Manawatu Wanganui had 4 wins ...

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Manawatu Wanganui Order of Merit winners

Following the final Order of Merit event, the Manawatu Open last weekend, the following players were confirmed as winning the 4 divisions: Men's Gross: Junior Tatana Women's Gross: Brydie Hodge Men's Net: Kaleb Idemaru Women's Net: Mudra Lakhani Congratulations to those players. Vouchers will be heading your way! ...

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Interprovincial teams named

The men's and women's Toro Interprovincial teams to represent Manawatu Wanganui have been named. The men's team to compete at Mangawhai Golf Club in the first week of December is: In no particular order: Regan McConaghtyHayden RingGuy PerryLiam FinlaysonGreg ShawReserve: Cory Higgs The women's team to compete At Sherwood Park, Whangarei, also in the first week in December is: In no particular order: Brydie HodgeTara RajMudra ...

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Manawatu Open Results

Congratulations to Kerry Mountcastle (Masterton) and Brydie Hodge (Levin) for winning the Wallace Development Company Limited Manawatu Open played yesterday in very windy conditions. Big thanks to everyone that participated. Click here to view Men's Gross results Click here to view Women's Gross results ...

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Manawatu Open Draw and Preview

The final event on the 2017 Manawatu Wanganui Order of Merit, the Wallace Development Company Limited Manawatu Open, is being played this Sunday at Manawatu Golf Club. The event has attracted a reasonably strong field with most of Manawatu Wanganui's leading district representatives entered along with players from out of the district, mainly from Wellington and Hawkes Bay. A few spots ...

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Team win at Eagles U17's Nationals

The Manawatu Wanganui team of Tara Raj, Bradley McSherry & Anthony Ilton-Maher have today won the U17 Eagles Nationals team event played at Hawkes Bay Golf Club in Hastings. The event was played over 54 holes and features players from districts from all over NZ. The event was even sweeter for young Wanganui player Tara Raj, as she comfortably took out ...

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Freyberg Masters team named

Manawatu Wanganui Golf selectors have named the team to play in this years Freyberg Masters Interprovincial, to be played at Whitford Park in Auckland starting Monday 6th November. To be eligible players must be 40 years or over as at the first day of competition. Following the success of the team in winning the Masters section at last weekends Shand Cup, ...

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Shand Cup/Sybil Green and Masters Quad results

The Shand Cup, Sybil Green and Masters quadrangulars were played over the weekend at Wellington's Boulcott's Farm Heritage Golf Club. The teams competing were Manawatu Wanganui, Hawkes Bay, Wellington and Taranaki. This year was the first year that the Men's Masters team were invited into the event. This was because the timing of the Junior Interprovincial meant that it was not ...

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Junior Boys Interprovincial results

The Manawatu Wanganui Junior Boy's Interprovincial team won their final match against Eastland to finish 11th of the 12 teams competing. After struggling against the quality of a very strong pool, it was great to see the team finish well. It was a very tight match which came right down to the final hole, with the team prevailing 3.5 - ...

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