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Wanganui GC Ladder Challenge Final

The Wanganui Golf Club held their annual BNZ Men’s Ladder Challenge Final on Sunday 13 November 2016. It was played in great spirit and humorous banter. Significant milestones were celebrated, the first being member Tasi Sua’s Hole In One on the Par 3 second hole. Made all the more special by the fact that he escaped certain elimination on the ...

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Men's team to take on Taranaki

The Manawatu Wanganui Toro team plus 2 juniors are to take on Taranaki in a friendly practice match in New Plymouth this Sunday. The match was arranged to replace the loss of the SBS tournament, and this years match against Bay of Plenty. It will also provide good preparation for the Toro Squad members as the match is being held at ...

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Mens Freyberg Masters Final Results

The Manawatu Wanganui Men's team finished well down the order in 13th place of the 15 teams competing in the Freyberg Masters in Dunedin. Each team plays 8 matches throughout the week, based on a seeded draw from the previous year, and the team with the most wins at the end of the week is declared the winner. Auckland prevailed ...

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Men's Masters Updates

The Manawatu Wanganui Mens Masters Team have got off to a slow start in Dunedin at the Freyberg Masters Tournament. The team were defeated on day 1, by Wellington and Canterbury. The event continues through to Friday afternoon, with each team having 8 matches. To keep up with results click here Below: Image looking down on Chisholm Park Golf Club in Dunedin ...

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Hawkes Bay prove too strong

The annual Judy Pearson Salver played between the Manawatu Wanganui and Hawkes Bay women's teams was contested on Sunday at Manawatu Golf Club. After beating Hawkes Bay last year in Hawkes Bay, our team trying to win it again on home soil. However Hawkes Bay, who recently won the anuual Sybil Green Quad at Levin, dominated the match winning 13.5 ...

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Mens Masters Interprovincial

The Manawatu Wanganui Men's Masters team will be heading to Dunedin this weekend to compete in a week of golf at Chisholm Park Golf Club, in the Freyberg Masters Interprovincial. Competition play starts on Monday and concludes on Friday afternoon with each team having 8 matches against other districts. The Manawatu Wanganui team is: Tony Chettleburgh (Feilding) Richie Nimmo (Rangatira) Rick Harding (Wanganui) Justin Newland ...

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NZ Amateur starts today

The NZ Amateur Champs commenced today at Royal Wellington with round 1 of the 2 round qualifying. The matchplay commences on Friday. A handful of Manawatu Wanganui players are competing including Guy Perry, Liam Finlayson, Jamie Connell, Tim Berry, Tara Raj and Mudra Lakhani. To follow the progress go to the following links: Men  |  Women ...

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Order of Merit Series Winners

Following the final Order of Merit event, the Manawatu Open, played at the weekend we have now confirmed the results of the gross and net divisions: Men’s Gross DivisionThis was a close contest between the current Man/Wang number 1 and 2 rep players, with Regan Cording beating Junior Tatana by just 2.5 points. Despite recording no points at the first event, ...

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Mens Toro Squad named

Manawatu Wanganui Golf selectors have named their 6 man squad to compete at this years Toro Interprovicial, which will be held in New Plymouth starting November 29. The squad will travel to New Plymouth to play a practice match against Taranaki on November 13. The squad in no particular order: Regan Cording Junior Tatana Greg Shaw Mike Atkins Regan McConaghy Tane North Note: Rhys Watkins was originally named in ...

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Womens team to play Hawkes Bay

Manawatu Wanganui Golf Selectors have named the following 8 women to play against Hawkes Bay at Manawatu Golf Club on Sunday 30 October. We wish them all the best. Tara Raj Tania Hook Jill Hall Mudra Lakhani Rebecca Hopper Lily Griffin Lisa Cotton Jenny Ritchie Leanne Brown was unavailable for selection. ...

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