Australian journeyman David Bransdon faces one of the biggest weekends of his 20-year career as a professional golfer. And the 41-year-old has been around long enough to know there is only one way he can approach it - attack at all costs. "I'm old ... Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
Australian leads NZ Open at midway point - Dominion Post, 1 month ago
New Zealand way down the leaderboard with top player in tie for 22nd place. Video will play in Play now Don't auto play Never auto play The best thing about New Zealand and Australia having such similar flags is that we can pretend a golf ...New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago Golf: Aussies take stranglehold on NZ Open New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
The Hills were alive with the sound of birdie putts dropping in the cup but down the road at Millbrook, Kiwi Mike Hendry was just happy his tournament hopes were alive after the first round of the New Zealand Open. The previous three times Hendry ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Hendry, Pender lead home hopes at NZ Open Dominion Post, 1 month ago
Japan's Hiroshi Iwata has added a touch of class to an already strong field for next week's BMW New Zealand Open in Queenstown. The BMW New Zealand Open will now have the highest world-ranking player in its field since 2006. Iwata returns after ...Yahoo!Xtra, 2 months ago
An exciting opportunity has been handed to two of New Zealand's up and coming golfers at the BMW New Zealand Open in Queenstown. US based pair James Beale and Thomas Campbell have both been given invites to play in the tournament, a tier one event ...Yahoo!Xtra, 2 months ago
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