Pinehurst win Premier Golf Final

Pinehurst School took out the College Sport Auckland Premier Golf competition after defeating Macleans College in the final last Monday at Pakuranga Golf Club. On paper, the Pinehurst team were not expected to win. Macleans College are former national champions and their current team fields some of New Zealand’s best players. Despite this, Pinehurst won the match by two strokes to take the title for 2021. The team’s manager and teacher in charge, Elizabeth Daly says “All our players deserve a special mention because their team attitude and their motivation…

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Zheng pursues his golf dream in the USA

Times Online: The talent and hard work of golfer Jimmy Zheng has been recognised with the award of an academic and sporting scholarship to Duke University, one of the powerhouses of American Collegiate sport. Zheng, who plays off an impressive handicap of 2.6, captained the Macleans Premier Golf Team during their victory in the 2018 NZ Secondary Schools Championship and retention of the title this year. The team is also the Auckland 18 and 9-hole champions. He was named Macleans College Sportsman of the Year for 2019 at the recent senior prizegiving [and won the…

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At just 16, golfer Jimmy Zheng fires 60 around Palmerston North GC

Stuff: Auckland teenager Jimmy Zheng sensed it might be his day when he made eagle on the par-four 10th hole at Palmerston North Golf Club. It turned into the round of a lifetime for the 16-year-old Macleans College student who signed for a mind-boggling 12-under-par 60 at the New Zealand Secondary Schools finals on Monday. Having shot a solid one-under 71 in the morning, Zheng came out firing after lunch to post a course-low score with help from a back nine of 27 which included the eagle and seven birdies. Click here to read…

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Zheng looks to replicate Lydia Ko’s Olympic success

Macleans College golfer Jimmy Zheng has been selected to represent New Zealand at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. His selection comes off the back of strong international form, and he’s excited at the opportunity to compete against the world’s best young golfers. Zheng will compete in two divisions at the Games. First up is the men’s individual championships held from 9 – 11 October. Following this, he will compete as a team with Juliana Hung (Burnside High School, Christchurch) in the mixed event from 13 – 15 October.…

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Pinehurst claim Premier Golf title

The College Sport Auckland Premier Teams Golf Final was held on Monday at Muriwai Golf Club. Pinehurst School made it into this year’s final narrowly beating the Saint Kentigern team 212-214 in their semi-final at Pupuke Golf Club, while Macleans College beat Rangitoto College 209-260 at Pakuranga Golf Club. The final between Pinehurst and Macleans was taken out by Pinehurst who won 215-219. The Premier Champion team was made up of Eujin Kang, Jaewoo Son, Yeonsoo Son, Subin Wui & Sung Jin Yeo.

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Golf Premier Team Lists

All highlighted players are considered New to School under the College Sport Auckland Bylaws: Yellow = eligible to play Red = ineligible to play until transfer process is complete Blue = ineligible to play for the first half of the season (Bylaw 5.11)

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Golf Draws & Results

2021 Golf Strokplay Results Rd 1 Golf Strokeplay 2 Draw 14 June 2021 (Updated 11/6) Golf Strokeplay 1 Draw 24 May 2020 36 Holes Net Results 36 Holes Gross Results Strokeplay Results Rd 2- 22 June Golf Draw Strokeplay 2 – 22 June 2020 updated Strokeplay Results Rd 1 – 8 June Premier Team Results 2019 36 Hole Boys Net Results 36 Hole Boys Gross Results 36 Hole Girls Results Strokeplay Girls Gross Results Rd 1 Strokeplay Boys Gross Results Rd 1 Strokeplay Boys Net Results Rd 1 Strokeplay Girls…

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Golf Information

Stroke Play Championships Entry Information 2021 Premier 9 Hole Entry & Competition Information 2021 Results Sheet  Golf Strokeplay Champs SAP – Pupuke GC Golf Strokeplay Champs SAP – Maungakiekie GC Contact College Sport Auckland school.sport@collegesport.co.nz        

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Pro-Golfer in the making at Lynfield College

Representing Lynfield College at the College Sport Auckland Golf Strokeplay Championships, Miree Jung blitzed her opposition which means her name is now engraved on the same trophy won by her golfing idol, Lydia Ko – a fantastic and exciting achievement. Miree plays off a handicap of +1, and had the same person been allowed to win the Handicap Championship, she would have won that too! She is the second Lynfield College student to have won this title following Shantael Ligaliga’s win in 2013. A year ago, 14-year-old Miree decided to jump…

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