TOURNAMENT NEWS

New Zealand Mens Stroke Play Championship   21 Mar - 24 Mar 2013

NZ Stroke Play Championship: Highs and Lows of a week at Paraparaumu Beach - Thursday, 28 March 2013

The New Zealand Stroke Play Championship was an overwhelming success over the week at the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club. The weather was unbelievably good on the Kapiti Coast – all days were fine with a Northerly breeze picking up on the weekend – and it w...     READ MORE

NZ Stroke Play: Jones comes of age at Paraparaumu Beach - Sunday, 24 March 2013

North Harbour amateur Cameron Jones has followed the lead of his famous iGolf team mates by winning the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship in fine fashion on a dramatic day at the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club.     The 19-year-old from the Mu...     READ MORE

NZ Stroke Play Championship: Four players tied for the lead at Paraparaumu - Saturday, 23 March 2013

The Northerly wind picked up at Paraparaumu Beach today and threw the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship title wide open heading into the final round tomorrow.   Four players Malcolm Wells (Fielding), Thomas Brockelsby (Hamilton), Cameron Jones (M...     READ MORE

NZ Stroke Play: Toomey jumps into a share of the lead at Paraparaumu - Friday, 22 March 2013

Waikato amateur Luke Toomey was the big mover on day two of the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship in fine and hot conditions at the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club today.   The 20-year-old from the Hamilton Golf Club, who finished runner-up to Gr...     READ MORE

NZ Stroke Play Championship – Brockelsby and Ratcliffe share lead at Paraparaumu - Thursday, 21 March 2013

History shows that local knowledge is the all-important 15 th club in the bag at Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club and so it proved again today in round one of the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship.     Former Wellington rep Thomas Brockelsby, who was...     READ MORE

NZ Stroke Play: McCall ready for challenge at Paraparaumu - Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Vaughan McCall made history when he won the New Zealand Stroke Play Championship last year but it was only the start of the record breaking run that was to come.   The New Zealand rep became the first Southland golfer to have his name engrave...     READ MORE