This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Brooke Henderson rolls to fifth career LPGA title at windy New Zealand Women's Open - National Post

AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Canada's Brooke Henderson won the weather-delayed New Zealand Women's Open on Monday, finishing off a 3-under 69 for a five-stroke victory. The 20-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., led by four shots after six holes when the ...and more »

Brooke Henderson quickly takes lead before weather halts final round at New Zealand Open - National Post

AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Canadian Brooke Henderson took a big step towards her sixth LPGA Tour title in only six holes on Sunday, but will have to resume on Monday after rain, lightning and dangerous winds disrupted the final round of the New Zealand ...and more »

Watch: High winds cause chaos at New Zealand Women's Open - New Zealand Herald

Chaos has ensued with the resumption in play at the New Zealand Women's Open from 4.50pm. Another squall has hit the Windross Farm course and resulted in hoardings flying across the course in combination with some player angst. Third round leader Belen ...and more »

As it happened: NZ women's golf open - New Zealand Herald

Sep 30 2017 1:21 PM. Leaderboard: Brooke M. Henderson (CAN) -17 (6). Brittany Lincicome (USA) -13 (6). Belen Mozo (ESP) -13 (6). Nicole Broch Larsen (DNK) -12 (7). Jing Yan (CHN) -12 (7). Lydia Ko (NZL) -9 (9). Share. Twitter; Facebook; LinkedIn ...and more »

Golf: New Zealand Women's Open to be decided tomorrow - New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Women's Open will wait until tomorrow to find a champion. Squalls across the Windross Farm course saw play postponed most of the day. It resumed at 4.50pm. The odd streak of blue sky - and a fine patch in the early afternoon - flattered ...and more »

'Tie down loose objects' warning as storm heads for Auckland, Northland - New Zealand Herald

People in Auckland and Northland are being advised to tie down loose objects as a storm packing gale-force winds of up to 120km/h is expected to lash the region tonight. MetService meteorologist Tui McInnes said the storm could be strong enough to blow ...and more »

Golf: Emily Tubert overcomes adversity to be in the mix at New Zealand Women's Open - New Zealand Herald

Emily Tubert considered quitting top level golf when she was at college, but her second round at the New Zealand Women's Open justified her perseverance. The 25-year-old American is with a new coach and caddy in her rookie year on the LPGA tour. Today ...and more »

Hole-in-one propels Mozo into Open lead - Radio Sport

Belen Mozo has stormed into a five-stroke lead at the New Zealand Women's Open at Windross Farm Golf Course in Auckland with a superb eight-under second round 64. Her round included a hole in one at the par-three 13th, the 29-year-old Spaniard ...and more »

Golf: Hole-in-one as Belen Mozo dominates NZ Open - New Zealand Herald

A Belen Mozo hole-in-one underlined her dominance in the second round of the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open at Windross Farm. The 29-year-old Spaniard swung a seven-iron, drew the ball into the pin, and had the ball roll into the cup on the 149m par ...and more »

American Emily Tubert finds her way out of the rough to charge into NZ Open lead -

Emily Tubert had seven birdies in her second-round 65 at the New Zealand Women's Open at Windross Farm. Not long ago 25-year-old Californian Emily Tubert was contemplating turning her back on life as a touring golf pro. Things had got that bleak. Now ...and more »