News/Tournaments

Up Coming Tournaments/Events…

Club Opening Day Saturday February 10th

Lean on the Gate fundraising tournament. Friday February 16th

Womens Autumn Tournament 25th March

 

 

 

 

 

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BOSTON CLARK WINS SCHOOL BOYS LUNN TROPHY

 


News/Results:

DOUBLE VICTORY FOR NORTH ZONE LADY GOLFERS
The Waiterimu and Morrinsville combined ladies win the Wills Cup competition. They won the North Zone competition The Storey Cup then went on to win the final of the four zones – the Wills Cup

Photo:  From left:  Gaylene Bunn (WGA Vice President), Gaye Johns, Jill Wilson, Liz McKie, Leanne McGregor, Jennie Brown (Team Captain), Eileen Bateup (Team Captain), Sharryn Hazelwood.

Womens Golf Friday 30th June

Wills Cup:   WOW…  congratulations go out to our ladies!! Our Waiterimu/Morrinsville combined team: Sharryn Hazelwood, Jennie Brown, Liz McKie, Leanne McGregor, Jill Wilson and Gaye Johns won the round robin competition on Friday 30 June at Ngaruawahia Golf Club. Eileen Bateup and Sheryll Gordon also played during the season. The weather was a real test our resilience but we came out on top. We now go onto The Waikato Zone Finals to be held next month. The Vice President from Ngaruawahia Mo Neville presented The Storey Tray to the team.
Waikato Women’s Weekday Pennants:  Congratulations also to our Morrinsville Ladies team: Jennie Brown, Leanne McGregor, Jill Wilson and Gaye Johns who won “The Pennant of the Day” equally with Ngahinepouri Ladies at Hamilton Golf Club on Monday 19 June. Both teams had a total nett of 299 for the day. All team members were presented a sleeve of Titliest golf balls each. Our ladies are currently in fourth position out of the ten teams in this WGA competition. We have another round left to play later this month. This will determine whether we have a place in the finals for the season. Go ladies!
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Patron’s Trophy Results – These finals were also battled out through the elements last Saturday.
Seniors (Osbourne Tray): Damon McKinnon won one up on the 18th over Phil Hunter.
Intermediates (Thomas Tray): Danny Passi was victorious 6/5 over John Stirling.
Juniors (Yarrall Tray): Alec de Martin edged past Duncan Laird winning on the 18th.
Congratulations to all finalists for pushing each other right through. These type of matches will show through when we play in pennants teams.

 

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Winners of the Herb Cup on Saturday 27 May 2023
James Shearer, Scott Cleverly (absent: Damon McKinnon and Reid Bishop) with 3 Best Nett scores out of 4 totalling up to 210 points


Faulkner Cup 2023 Winner:  Boston Clark

 


 

Juniors Massey Cup (April 16th – 18th, 2023) Richie Gemmel, Reid Bishop, Boston Clark and Jacob Hagoort

 

Reid Bishop was the eventual winner with a combined Nett of 136 (67& 69) with the others only a few shots away.

 

 

 

 

 


Easter Weekend 2023 Winners – Sat 8th April and Monday 10th April

Played April 8, 2023🙌🏽🙌🏽 Congratulations Craig Hennessy!!! Wayne Smith presenting in lieu of…
Winner of the Tony Tritt Memorial competition for 2023 with Best Net Score of 65 🏌️‍♂️⛳️
🐇 SHOT!!! Fabulous day for golfing today 🏌️‍♂️
Bryce Taylor (left) took out the MGC Easter Cup 2023 with a Nett score of 64 ⛳️ Cup presented by John Stirling (former President)

 

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LONGEST DAY CHALLENGE

Gareth Symon and Paul Keogh completed 72 holes of golf for the Longest Day challenge last Friday (January 13th).  The event supports the NZ Cancer Society and helps to raise funds towards research and treatment for cancer patients. Both Paul and Gareth agreed that the day was both physically challenging and rewarding as they completed it in under 12 hours.