Glading points to the Japanese contingent who are in Arrowtown this week. He has seen them play week in, week out on tough courses. "It's almost like a US Open each week, and you see how many good players there are. Iwata is a good example and he ... Dominion Post, 2 weeks 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, 3 weeks 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, 3 weeks ago Golf: Kennedy to return to NZ Open New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
A powerful contingent of Japan Tour (JGTO) players is heading to Queenstown for the BMW New Zealand Open in March. A 21-strong line-up has been confirmed for the event, including seven of the top 30 from the 2014 money list. That compares with 15 ...Yahoo!Xtra, 1 month ago
Jiji-Japan News HONOLULU — Putting his poor first round behind him, Hideki Matsuyama gave himself a chance to make up more ground over the weekend. Matsuyama, starting the second round of the Sony Open in 111th place, just made the cut Friday ...The Japan News, 2 months ago
Jan 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Sony Open at the par-70 course on Thursday in Honolulu, Hawaii 62 Paul Casey (Britain) 62 Webb Simpson (U.S.) 62 63 Camilo Villegas (Colombia) 63 Robert Streb (U.S.) 63 64 Rory Sabbatini ...London South East, 2 months ago $5,600,000 Sony Open in Hawaii Tee Times TickerTech.com, 2 months ago U.S. PGA Tour Sony Open scores Capital Bay, 2 months ago
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