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Men's Presidents finalists found

The Men's Presidents season is now at the final stage, and the two clubs that will be battling it out is Apiti and Taihape. This final will take place at Rangitikei on the 19th June. Apiti defeated Buckley 6 - 4 in one semi final, and Taihape defeated Castlecliff 6 - 4 in the other. Great to see close matches. We wish ...

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Manawatu win A Pennant Final

Congratulations to Manawatu for winning the A pennant final, and to Palmerston North for winning the Palmanui final yesterday at Manawatu Golf Club. Despite wet underfoot conditions and a showery day, the matches were successfully completed yesterday, to decide this years champions. Manawatu had dominated the A grade in recent years and were favourites yesterday, against a determined Palmerston North team.  As ...

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A Pennant & Palmanui Final Preview

Sundays A Pennant final at Manawatu Golf Club is shaping up to be a close battle, in what will be very heavy under foot conditions. Despite Manawatu remaining unbeaten this year and playing at home, Palmerston North are well and truly up for the match, and will be trying to stop Manawatu's recent dominance of the competition. The nature of the ...

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A Pennant and Palmanui Semi Final Results

The A Pennant and Palmanui semi finals were played in very windy, showery and cold conditions yesterday at Castlecliff Golf Club. The long Castlecliff layout provided a very difficult test for players particularly into the wind, and was a big advantage to the players that had the ability to hit hard, low and straight. In the A Pennant competition top seeds ...

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Womens National Teams Competition Results

The Manawatu Wanganui National Teams competition was played at Rangitikei Golf Club on 6th May. The competition is played by all districts to determine the winners from each. The event is played as a best ball net format, with two players from each club pairing up to determine the final score. The winners of this years Manawatu Wanganui competition was the team ...

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Wanganui Regional Junior Tournament

On Saturday 7th May Wanganui Golf Club hosted the Wanganui Regional Junior Golf tournament The Tournament  had 37 entries over 4 Divisions - 18 Hole Junior Men, 18 Hole Junior Women, 9 Hole Handicap and 9 Hole Non Handicap. The weather was turned on for the Junior golfers aged from 7 through to 18 years of age, coming from as far ...

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A pennant semi-finalists found

The final round robin game was played in the A grade men's pennant competition yesterday at Taihape in ideal fine and calm conditions. Heading into the final round, Manawatu, Palmerston North and Feilding all had semi final places wrapped up, but Taihape and Foxton were left playing off in an effective knock-out match for fourth. The home course win for Taihape, ...

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Pahiatua win handicap pennant

Pahiatua headed into the finals day of the handicap pennant as the top seeded side, after being very dominant throughout the round robin section of the competition. They were awarded home course advantage as a result of being top seed. Pahiatua played against Castlecliff in one semi winning 6 - 3, and Marton defeated Foxton in the other semi 5.5 - ...

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Locals playing national events

Some of our local golfers are playing events around the country at the present time, and their progress can be followed at www.golf.co.nz. South Island U19's We have four junior golfers competing at the South Island Under 19's being played at Tinwald Golf Club in Ashburton. Jamie Connell, Liam Finlayson and Steven Bamford are competing in the boys championship, and Mudra Lakhani ...

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Junior quadrangular a great success

The annual junior development quadrangular was played on Tuesday and Wednesday this week at Marton Golf Club, in superb conditions. The weather was ideal, and the Marton course was in beautiful condition, which helped make the event enjoyable for everyone. The boys event had two teams from Wellington, and a team each from Taranaki and Manawatu Wanganui. Each team consisted ...

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