The third ask>metro Muriwai Open was a great success over the weekend with a large gallery enjoying a great battle between good mates Fraser Wilkin and Ryan Fox and the course record breaking feats of World No.1 Lydia Ko. The tournament is now a perm...
Auckland amateur Fraser Wilkin has won the battle Royal overcoming club mate Ryan Fox by three shots to claim the ask>metro Muriwai Open and his maiden title on the Charles Tour.
The 24-year-old amateur, who held a two shot lead on the 18th tee, de...
Two Royal Auckland golfers amateur Fraser Wilkin and professional Ryan Fox share the lead of the ask>metro Muriwai Open heading into the final round after a dramatic day three at the links West of Auckland.
Wilkin, who shot an eight under par 64 yes...
Royal Auckland amateur Fraser Wilkin was one-horseshoe putt away from equaling the course record which Josh Munn set last year at the Muriwai Golf Club.
But his superb eight under par 64 in the second round of the ask>metro Muriwai Open was good...
Manawatu amateur Joshua Munn had a case of déjà vu today at the Muriwai Golf Club as he got off to a perfect start to the ask>metro Muriwai Open.
The 21-year-old, who last year shot a course record nine under par 63 (with only 21 putts) in ro...
North Harbour professional Michael Hendry believed winning the Muriwai Open in 2010 “opened the floodgates” on the potential on his golf career.
The 32-year-old, who won the title two years ago by sinking a five foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to win by one...
Joshua Munn can remember every shot from every round of his win at the ask>metro Muriwai Open in 2011.
The Manawatu Wanganui No.1, who shot a nine under 63 course record in round one last year, produced the golf of his life to secure a breakt...
Australian National Squad member Ryan McCarthy watched Matt Jager win the New Zealand Amateur from up close in 2009 and three years later he goes into the championship as the No.1 seed.
The 22-year-old Tasmanian, who was rooming with Jager wh...
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