Latest Womens Golf News

2 04 2017

Northland Win 2017 Women’s Masters

The coveted Russell Grace Cup is Northlands, or at least for the next year, as they have won the 2017 New Zealand Womens Masters in convincing form at the Ngaruawahia Golf Club. The 26th district championship concluded today with Northland’s win a margin of ten shots over Bay of Plenty. It wa...Read More »

27 03 2017

Otago Team to Women’s Masters 2017

The NZ Women's Masters tournament will be played at the Ngaruawahia Golf Club, in the Waikato, from 31st of March to 2nd of April. The format is a team Gross Stableford competition. Teams of 4 women, with the best 3 scores counting in each round of the 72 hole event. Southland have had someth...Read More »

27 02 2017

2017 South Island Stroke Play to Mark Hutson

With rounds of 65, 69, 66 and 66, Mark Hutson (Muriwai) won the South Island men’s championship, which was played over 72 holes in fine conditions on the St Clair golf course during the weekend. He finished five shots ahead of his clubmate Kevin Koong. Tom Parker (Christchurch) took third place a...Read More »

23 01 2017

Scott Hellier Wins First Leg of 2017 House of Travel Tour

Scott Hellier needed to sink an eight foot putt on the 18th green to secure the Lamb & Hayward Canterbury Strokeplay title after starting the round with a six shot lead. He had been chased down by Jake Hallinan who was standing over a four foot putt on the 18th to shoot 67. Hellier got his putt to w...Read More »

21 12 2016

2017 Women’s Masters Trials

The NZ Women's Masters Interprovincial will be held at Ngaruawahia Golf Club, in Waikato, from the 31st of March to 2nd of April 2017. The Otago selectors have produced a flyer, advising potential players for the over 40 years event, what events will form the basis of their selections. In a de...Read More »

11 12 2016

Auckland Win Women’s Toro – Playoff Matches Abandoned

In horrendous conditions at the Westown Golf Club, Auckland have defeated Bay of Plenty 3-2 to become the Women’s Toro Interprovincial champions for the fifth time in the last six years. The final came down to the wire in a seesaw affair with Munchin Keh winning 6&5, Brittney Dryland 2&...Read More »

11 12 2016

Otago Women 5th in Section at Toro Interprovincial

Auckland will meet Wellington  while Canterbury will play Bay of Plenty in the semifinals of the women’s national interprovincial on the Westown course in New Plymouth this morning. Otago ended its tournament by losing its final section match 4-1 to Hawke’s Bay-Poverty Bay yesterday, placing...Read More »

9 12 2016

First Win For Otago at Women’s 2016 Toro

After a delay because the Westown course had become unplayable due to incessant rain, Otago posted its first win in the women's national interprovincial tournament in beating Southland 4-1. Otago was scheduled to play Southland in the morning and Hawkes Bay-Poverty Bay in the afternoon bu...Read More »

8 12 2016

Otago Women Struggle on Day 2 of 2016 Toro

Otago had a difficult day at the  women’s national interprovincial on the Westown course in New Plymouth yesterday,  going down to Waikato 4-1 in the morning and suffering a 5-0 rout at the hands of Auckland in the afternoon. Otago has now lost its opening four rounds. No3 Annabel Evans wa...Read More »

7 12 2016

2016 Women’s Toro Tough Opening Day for Otago

Otago started with two losses on the first day of competition in the women's national interprovincial which began on the Westown course in New Plymouth yesterday. Otago was beaten 3-2 by Aorangi in the morning and was outclassed 4-1 by a strong Canterbury quintet in the afternoon. Otago No1 Ab...Read More »