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54th Annual Oahu Country Club Men's Invitational - Oahu Country Club, August 17 - 19, 2017. Defending Champion Ju Ho Won.

8.16.2017-- Oahu Country Club’s 54th Annual Men's Invitational begins at 6:45A.M. on Thursday, August 17th.  The field of 80 players will be competing for the individual championship(s) over the course of 54-holes and 36-holes. The event features an “Open Flight, “Mid Am Flight” and a “Senior Flight”. The Open Flight is contested over 54-holes while the Mid Am Flight and Senior Flight are being contested over the 36-holes. The field will be cut to the low 30 players & ties after 36-holes.  All participants will be competing from the same tees.

Jun Ho Won the “2016 Champion” will not be back to defend his title. Tyler Ota the 2015 champion is participating along with former champions, Matthew Ma (2011 & 2012), Jonathan Ota (2004 Champions), Merv Matsumoto (2003 Champion), Joe Phengsavath (2000 Champion), Brandan Kop (1998 champion), Wendell Kop (1986, 1989 champion), and other top players participating include, Kysuke Hara, Evan Kawai, Shawn Lu, and Andy Okita (2017 Manoa Cup Champion).

Okita captured the 109th Manoa Cup earlier in the year and is looking to become the eighth player to win both the Manoa Cup and OCC Men’s Invitational in the same year.

The Senior field has many top players that including the defending champion, Brandan Kop, Scott Ichimura (2015 Senior Champion), Gary Kong (2014 Senior Champion), Dr. Carl Ho the 2013 Senior Champion, Phil Anamizu the 2009 & 2010 Senior Champion, Tom Goodbody (2006 Senior Champion), Merv Matsumoto (2002 Senior Champion) Wendell Kop (1991, 1994, & 1997 Senior Champion), Dick Sieradzki (1990 Manoa Cup Champion) along with Mike Kawate & Shigeru Matsui.

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54th Annual Oahu Country Club Men's Invitational - Oahu Country Club, August 21 & 22. Defending Champion Kristen Le.

8.16.2017-- The field for 2017 Oahu Country Club Women’s Invitational is set. Eighty four ladies will tee off Monday, August 21st, with tee times beginning at 7:00A.M. off of the #1 and #10 tees. The 36-hole tournament uses a “Stableford” format, which awards one point for a bogey, two points for a par, three points for a birdie, four points for an eagle & five points for a double eagle.

Three time and defending champion, Kristen Le will be back to defend her title along with Jeannie Pak the 2013 Champion and Mira Han the 2011 Champion. The field also includes Lorraine Char, Annika Espino, Rose Huang, Iris Kawada Aiko Leong and Chloe Wong.

Last year Le accumulated 76 gross stableford points over the course of two rounds to defend her championship and win her third OCC Women’s Invitational in five years. Keilyn Ing was the closest purser accumulating 67 stableford points. Hyun Okita took the Overall Net Championship with 74 net stableford points. Kristen (gross points) and Hyun (net points) were the only two players to best par over the course of 36-holes.

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2017 U.S. Army Hawaii Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament- Leilehua Golf Course, August 3 - 5.

8.5.2017-- Shawn Lu (shown above right) posted rounds of 67-76-71 for a total of 2-under par 214 to win the 2017 US ARMY Hawaii Amateur Invitational at Leilehua Golf Course. Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

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2017 Nike Golf/Aloha Section PGA Four-Ball Match Play Championship- Oahu Country Club, July 17 - 19.

7.19.2017-- Kyle Hayashi and Alex Chiarella captured the 2017 Nike Golf/Aloha Section PGA Four-Ball Match Play Championship, defeating T.J Kua and Todd Rego 3 & 1 in the championship match at Oahu Country Club. The match was tight the entire way with T.J & Todd grabbing a one up lead on hole #3 with Todd’s birdie 3. Kyle evened the match with an eagle three on the par five 6th hole sinking a thirty foot putt to square the match. On hole #9 Kyle again made a thirty foot birdie for them to take a one up advantage at the turn. Both teams traded pars and birdies until the Kyle birdied the 16th hole making a twenty foot putt for their team to take a two up lead. The match was conceded on hole #17 after both Todd and T.J missed their birdie attempts. Alex and Kyle were eight under par in the championship match that featured a combined eleven birdies and one eagle. Kyle and Alex pocketed $1,500 each for their victory.

Semi-Final Matches-- T.J. Kua and Todd Rego defeated Kellen Asao and Shane Hoshino 4 & 3 to advance to the championship match. T.J and Todd were six under par and never lost a hole in the match.

Kyle Hayashi and Alex Chiarella defeated Juan Rodriguez and Jason Jakovak on the 20th hole (second hole of sudden death). Kyle and Alex were one down going into the final hole. On #18 Kyle hit his tee shot out of bounds and Alex’s tee shot was only a few inches in bounds on the cart path. After taking relief from the path Alex hit a brilliant shot slicing his approach shot onto to the left hand fringe some forty fee from the hole. Juan had an opportunity to close out the match but his seven foot par putt slid by the hole as Alex two putted for par to extend the match to sudden death. On the first hole of sudden death Kyle buried a twenty five foot birdie putt that forced Jason to make his birdie from eight feet to extend the match. On the second hole Alex hit his approach to ten feet for eagle and two putted for the victory.



#1 T.J. Kua & Toss Rego – 61

#2 Joey Castillo & Jeff Ferry – 63

#3 Kyle Hayashi & Alex Chiarella – 63

#4 Kellen Asao & Shane Hoshino – 64

#5 Corey Kozuma & Ryan Nagata – 65

#6 Chris Shimomura & Kevin Shimomura – 66

#7 John Hearn & Ryan Acosta – 66

#8 Daren Sayre & Ryan Coyle – 66

#9 Dave Eichelberger & E.J. McNaughton – 67

#10 Juan Rodriguez & Jason Jakovac – 67

#11 Ed Kageyama & David Havens – 69

#12 Phil Chun & Kala Kaaihue – 69

#13 Casey Nakama & Lance Suzuki – 70

#14 Brandon Nahale & Danny Zane – 70

#15 Jason Diegert & Bill Hunt – 71

#16 Shane Abe & Randy Shibuya - 72

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Kyeton Little of Maui Secures Wire to Wire Win Today at Barbers Point!

2017 Barbers Point Invitational- Barbers Point Golf Course, July 6 - 8.

7.8.2017-- Under overcast skies the Barbers Point Invitational concluded play with Maui’s own Kyeton Little going wire to wire to wrap up the win.  A Final round of a workmanlike (73) was enough to secure a 2 stroke win over a charging Donny Hopoi .  Little carded 1 birdie and 2 bogeys.  Chasing 7 shots, Hopoi started with a bogey on #10 then closed the first 9 with 5 birdies for 4 a under 32, on the second 9, double bogey on the first along with bogeys on the 3rd and the par 3 8th negated a  4 birdie burst.  Pars on the reachable in 2 par 5’s, 7th and 9th did not help his cause. Defending champion Tyler Ota, 6 birdies, 6 pars 4 bogeys, a double and an 8 for a final round 76 and a T3 finish.

In A flight, Justin Forsythe (71-79-76) 226 went wire to wire to win by 2 over John Mun.

In Senior Flight Carl Ho also went wire to wire to win yet another Senior title with a final round of 80, and a 3 round total of 223.  Brandan Kop finished 2nd at 230 with rounds of (73-79-78) 230 7 shots  back.

In B-flight Yindi Fowler and Glenn Maeda finished tied at (246) and went back to the 18 tee for sudden death playoff.  Fowler hit the long par 4 on her second shot and Maeda found the bunker slope on the right. Although on the green Fowler was away and her first putt worked its way up the slope however it was short by a good 12 feet. Maeda on the grass covered slope of the bunker, pitched up to about 5 feet and marked his ball. Fowler’s next putt burned the edge bogey 5, Maeda with his buddies looking on and a putt of some length made the putt to secure the win, denying Fowler from becoming the first female flight winner of the Barbers Point Invitational. 

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Kua/Rego Seal Pro-Pro Championship!

2017 Kaanapali Classic Pro Pro - Presented by GPSi- Kā’anapali Royal Course, June 17 & 18.

6.19.2017-- Lahaina, HI – The final round of the Kā’anapali Classic Pro-Pro was played this morning on the Kā’anapali Royal Course, where 60 professionals battled it out for the $9,000 purse, compliments of GPS Industries.

TJ Kua and Todd Rego defeated defending champions Alex Chiarella and Alex Omer. They were tied for the lead going into today’s final round and battled neck and neck with both teams posting eight birdies. Kua and Rego finished with a two-day total of (126) to capture the 2017 Kā’anapali Classic Pro Pro title today and will take home $2,200. Team “Alex” posted a bogey on hole 14, leaving them one stroke short of a repeat, posting a two-day total of (127). They will share $1,600 for second place.

Kua commented, “I felt like I struck the ball well today and Todd is always a solid team partner.”

Thirty teams played in this annual event, which Kā’anapali has hosted for over 13 years.  PGA Head Professional Sutee Nikatorn comments, “We look forward to hosting this event next year to start the summer tournament season.”

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