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HIGGINBOTTOM LOOKING TO DEFEND NEW ZEALAND OPEN TITLE

Charlestown golfer Jake Higginbottom has set up camp in Queenstown, as he prepares to defend his New Zealand Open crown. The 20-year-old has been putting in plenty of time on the course, but is also taking some time to relax, representing Australia in a game of frisbee golf. Higginbottom won’t be the Hunter’s only representative at the tournament. Muswellbrook’s Kurt Barnes will tee off on the back of two top-15 finishes, while new professional Callan O’Reilly from Toronto will be joined by Aaron Townsend and Leigh McKechnie. Read More »

TIGER’S NIECE TAKES LADIES MASTERS

Cheyenne Woods will no longer be known as just Tiger’s niece – she’ll now enjoy the title of Australian Ladies Masters champion. The 23-year-old held her nerve to secure a two shot win over amateur Minjee Lee. Read More »

WEBB THE ONE TO BEAT AT LADIES’ MASTERS

The Gold Coast’s Royal Pines played host to newcomers and big hitters alike preparing to take on reiging champion Karrie Webb, in the lead-up to tomorrow’s Volvic Ladies’ Masters. Read More »

ENGLAND’S EVANS CLAIMS LAKE MACQUARIE AMATEUR

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England’s Ryan Evans has taken out this year’s Lake Macquarie Men’s Amateur, thanks to an impressive final round 68 at Belmont. Starting the day three shots behind Jordan Zunic, Evans handled windy conditions better than his rivals. Zunic on the other hand finished the day two shots over par. New Zealand’s Luke Toomey started in equal second and that’s where he finished following a host of missed opportunities. Fellow Kiwi Vaughan McCall ended his tournament on a high, equalling the course record. Read More »

ZUNIC THE MAN TO BEAT ON THE FINAL DAY AT BELMONT

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More movement at the Lake Macquarie Men’s Amateur following round three, as strong winds continue to wreak havoc. Overnight leader Curtis Luck started with a one shot advantage, but by the fourth the wheels began to fall off, as he carded a double bogey. His playing partner fared a little better, Jarryd Felton moving to equal second with a 75. Isaac Noh emerged from the sand to score a birdie on the fourth, but his day only got worse, carding an 81. Brayden Petersen from the Charlestown Club remains the best of our Hunter golfers, a third round 75 sees him tied for 14th. But it’s Jordan Zunic they’re all chasing, this monster putt on the sixth helping him to a three shot lead heading into the final round. Read More »

PLENTY STILL IN THE MIX FOLLOWING LAKE MACQUARIE MEN’S AMATEUR DAY TWO

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A major reshuffle on day two of the Lake Macquarie Men’s Amateur, with a host of the best scorers from round one sliding down the leaderboard. WA’s Curtis Luck is now in front by one shot. Read More »

JENNY LEE WINS THE LAKE MACQUARIE LADIES AMATEUR IN A PLAYOFF

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South Australia’s Jenny Lee has taken out this year’s Lake Macquarie Ladies Amateur, sinking a six metre putt on the second playoff hole to edge out Western Australia’s Hannah Green. Belmont’s Aliza Huff finished as the best of our Hunter golfers, as the title went down to the wire. Read More »

LATE ARRIVAL LEADS LAKE MACQUARIE LADIES AMATEUR AFTER ROUND ONE

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A Spaniard and an Australian lead the way following day one of the Lake Macquarie Ladies Amateur at Belmont. Aliza Huff is the best placed Hunter golfer, but considering she only arrived here at 2am, Luna Sobron’s effort was remarkable. Read More »

THREE OF THE HUNTERS BEST GOLFERS PREPARE TO PUT THEIR FEET UP

The Jack Newton Celebrity Classic is the final commitment for most of the Hunter’s top golfers, before they put their feet up for Christmas. Following a year that contained some missed opportunities, three of our best are determined to lift in 2014. Read More »

JACK NEWTON CELEBRITY CLASSIC BACK FOR ANOTHER ROUND IN 2013

Aaron Price is the best placed professional following round one of the Jack Newton Celebrity Classic in the Hunter Valley. As usual, there weren’t too many players taking the two-day tournament seriously, as they raise money for junior golf and diabetes research. Read More »

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