In this section you can view details of events that are in progress as well as all upcoming New Zealand Golf National Tournaments including dates, locations, online registration and other event details. All events will be listed in the Upcoming Tournaments section until the day after the final round has been completed whereby they will then be listed in the Past Tournaments section.
In this section you can find results, images, news stories and more on past New Zealand Golf National Tournaments. All concluded tournaments can be found in this section the day after the final round has been completed.
Like many of the world's leading golfing bodies New Zealand Golf run a season-long player ranking (Order of Merit) based on the highest to lowest points on the OOM Calendar. At the end of the season the player who has the highest points is declared the Order of Merit winner. Similar to the PGA Tour OOM, however it is a points system rather than money/prize ranking. Points are allocated to Tournaments dependent on the strength of the field and their ranking within the R & A points ranking system. For more details please click here.
As the premier golfing events in New Zealand, the BMW NZ Men’s Open and ISPS Handa New Zealand Women’s Open Championship provide aspirational playing pathways for New Zealand players and presents significant platforms from which to profile the game of golf.
The 2015 Presidents Cup will tee off tomorrow, Thursday October 8 at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Korea.
Starting on the seventh hole of the final round of the Yulongwan Yunnan Open, Josh Geary and Thailand’s Gunn Charoenkul mat...
Jin Cheng was crowned champion
of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (AAC) after Sunday’s fourth round
Bohyan Park has cruised away to an impressive eight shot
victory at the Taranaki Open today.
Heading into the...
Alanna Campbell Wins Womens 2015 Carrus Open
Mark Brown Wins 2015 Mens Carrus Open
Holden Golf World - Play Like a Pro
Ryan Fox- Final word at the 2015 Open Championship
2015 Cobra PUMA NZ Amateur
Dan Pearce wins Muriwai Open
Hall of Fame Induction - Arthur Duncan
Hall of Fame Induction Charles Howden
Toro NZ Women's Interprovincial - Auckland repeats history at Riverside
Toro NZ Men's Interprovincial - Waikato wins at home