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Eagles U17 Nationals

Levin Golf Club hosted the annual Eagles U17 National over the past few days. Teams were sent to Levin from districts all over New Zealand to compete as both individuals and teams. Manawatu Wanganui also got to invite 15 extra players as host of the event. The feedback coming out of the event is that Levin did an outstanding job ...

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Junior boys off to winning start in round 1

The Manawatu Wanganui Junior Boys Interprovincial team got off to a winning start in Cambridge this morning beating Eastland 7 - 1. This was a positive start ahead of much harder opposition to come during the remainder of the competition. This afternoon the boys take on a strong Bay of Plenty line up which traditionally performs very well at this ...

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Manawatu wins 'Sports Club of the Year"

On Friday Night at the Grass Roots Sports Awards the Manawatu Golf Club was named Manawatu Sports Club of the Year. In a ceremony hosted by Sport Manawatu, the Club also picked up two other awards.The first was in the 'Athlete Development' category where the Manawatu Golf Club Academy was recognised for its formation 12 months ago. The second award ...

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Rep teams named

Manawatu Wanganui selectors have named teams for the upcoming Shand Cup & Sybil Green to be played at Hawkesbay Golf Club in Hastings. A large team of 10 senior men, 4 junior boys and 8 senior women compete at this annual event against teams from Wellington, Hawkes Bay and Taranaki. The event take place on 11/12 October. Senior team playing for ...

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Pahiatua claim Zones competition

Pahiatua Golf Club won the Zone Teams Competition in the final played at Feilding, on Sunday. Pahiatua's opponents in the final was Taihape, a club which has won this competition on a number of occasions during it's history. The final was obviously very close with the final scoreline being 3.5 - 2.5. Congratulations to Pahiatua for winning this event. To ...

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Junior Interprovincial Teams

During the upcoming School holidays Manawatu Wanganui Golf will have both a boys and girls Junior Interprovincial team competing at the annual events played at Cambridge (boys) and Rotorua (girls). The boys travel to Cambridge on Monday 29 February for practise and have 4 days of competition matchplay. The team is: U19: Rhys Harold, Mike Birchall, Josh Sedgwick, Nic Quantock-Holmes, Liam Finlayson. ...

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Course records broken at Challenge Cup

Lachie McDonald and Brydie Hodge set new course records today in winning the Challenge Cup played today at Marton Golf Club. McDonald, playing on his home course fired a 5 under par 67 to set a new mark from the current championship tee layout, to take a 5 stroke lead over NZ Rep Tyler Hodge, and Feilding teenager Liam Finlayson, both ...

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Top Class Field at Wanganui

Wanganui golfers will be in for a treat today and tomorrow, as a top class field of professionals tee it up in the annual Pin High / Craigs Investment Partners Pro-Am. The professional field will play for a purse of $20,000. The top players include names such as Mark Brown, Josh Geary, former locals Nick Gillespie & Simon Owen, Doug Holloway ...

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Munn, Hodge qualify for prestigious amateur event

Congratulations to Josh Munn and Tyler Hodge on qualifying for the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championships to be played at Royal Melbourne in October. Below is the press release from NZ Golf. Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship: Six Kiwis line up for Royal Melbourne New Zealand will have six golfers competing at the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship at Royal Melbourne next month. Tae Koh (Manukau), Josh Munn (Manawatu), ...

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Masters team defeat Taranaki

The Manawatu Wanganui mens Masters team comfortably defeated Taranaki in the annual match at the weekend, this year played at Wanganui. Unfortunately the weather played its part by delaying the start of the morning round. The teams agreed to play the first match over 10 holes resulting in a 5.5 - 2.5 advantage to Manawatu Wanganui. A full 18 holes ...

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