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Mount Maunganui Pro-amJosh Geary
Geary wins on home Turf
Josh Geary birdied the first hole to win an exciting four man playoff to win the last event of the year.
Geary, Mark Brown, Fraser Wilkin and Doug Holloway had tied with four under par rounds of 68. A further seven players were tied for fifth place on two under par 70. They were mark Purser, Troy Ropiha, Peter Lee, Jared Pender, Dominic Barson, Ben Campbell and Shaun Jones.
Thanks must go to Jimmy Napier for organising and hosting the day after only recently being appointed club professional. There were some anxious moments leading up to the day as strong winds and heavy rain threatened to cancel the Pro-am. The groundstaff did a fantastic job to repair damaged bunkers and the course was presented in pristine condition and a credit to everyone concerned.
The players will now have a short well-earned break before starting up in the New Year. Good luck to those heading off to Final stage of the Australasian Q School and others heading off to Asian Q School. We also have our domestic Q School which will be held in Taupo on the 15th/16th of January
There are plans to hold a regional section for the Australasian Q School first stage in New Zealand in 2015 which will be of huge benefit to New Zealand residents trying for a tour card.
The first event of 2015 will be the Volvik Whitford Park Pro-am. This is a two round event for $20,000 and will be a great start to 2015.


 


Sky City Hamilton Cambridge New World Pro-am
Cambridge held a very successful Pro-am today thanks to the hard work of the Resident professional and club manager Geoff Pitman and club stalwart Stuart Hale. The tournament also incorporated the inaugural Jim Clelland Memorial Trophy for the leading Professional. Jims brothers Bill, Tom and John played in the event and enjoyed the fitting tribute paid to Jim.
Martin Pettigrew continued his solid play this year with a four under par round of 68. Even a bogey finish to his round at one of the easiest holes on the course couldn’t deny him victory.
Tied for equal second place were Leighton James, Kieran Muir and Jared Pender all on three under par 69.
Players now move to Mount Maunganui for the final event of the year on Thursday



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1   Harry Bateman
   23578 points
2   Douglas Holloway 22439  
3   Josh Geary 22138  
4   Dominic Barson 14587  
5   Ryan Fox 14578  
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