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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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2017 U.S. Army Hawaii Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament- Leilehua Golf Course, August 3 - 5. Defending Champion: Donny Hopoi

6.18.2017-- Tournament info and entry now posted click here to see.

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2017 Maui Open- The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course, August 4 - 6.

6.9.2017-- Tournament info and entry now posted click here to see.

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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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109th Manoa Cup – Hawaii State Amateur Match Play Championship- Oahu Country Club, June 12 – 17, 2017.  Defending Champion Brent Grant.

6.16.2017-- With the best weather of the week, HSGA completed the Women’s division Final 18 hole match between Mari Nishiura and Aiko Leong, a repeat of last year’s championship match.  The Quarter final & Semi Final rounds of match play for the Open division also was completed today.  The Women’s final match was a fierce match as neither player led the match more than 1up at any time.  It was all square as they made the turn to the back 9.  Mari birdied the par 3 11th, but Aiko came right back and birdied the 12th to even the match.  Aiko then won the 13th hole to take a 1up lead.  Mari then won the 16th with a birdie and won the 17th as Aiko made a bogey after hitting her 2nd shot over the green.  This took Mari to a 1up lead and dormie on the match.  They tied the 18th hole and therefore Mari won the match, 1up.  Congratulations Mari on repeating as our champion!  In the Open division our 2 past champions loss their matches in the Quarterfinal round, Matthew Ma(2012) & Tyler Ota(2015), and Andy Okita & Evan Kawai won their matches as well as they got down to the 18th and 17th hole, respectively.  At that point we knew we were going to have a new champion to crown.  In the Semifinals, Andy Okita edged out the #1 seed Zackary Kaneshiro on the 18th hole, while Evan Kawai closed out Maui’s Tyler Munetake on the 17th hole 3&1.  This puts #5 seed Andy Okita into the 36 hole final match against #10 seed Evan Kawai.  The match starts at 7am with a break after the first 18 holes and will continue the match at 11:15am.  The awards ceremony is estimated to start about 2:30pm, pending the length of the match.  We will also be honoring 1977 Champion David Ishii, PGA as this marks his 40th year since his Manoa Cup win.  The media is welcome to attend the awards ceremony and traditional throwing of the champion into the pool.  All past champions have also been invited to attend. Visit HSGA's website at www.hawaiistategolf.org for more info.

6.15.2017-- The final match is set for the Women’s division of the 109th Manoa Cup.  It will be a repeat of last year’s final match with defending champion Mari Nishiura against the 11th seed Aiko Leong.  Both had very tough matches today going down to the 17th and 18th holes, respectively, but they finished strong in their matches winning their last 2 holes to close their matches out.  They will tee off at 7am tomorrow morning, Friday. 

In the Open division, we are down to the quarterfinals tomorrow morning and semifinals in the afternoon.  #1 seed Zackary Kaneshiro has been playing extremely well not reaching the 16th hole with any of his 3 matches so far.  But, 2012 Champion Matthew Ma and 2015 Champion Tyler Ota are still very much in it and it is sure to be an exciting day tomorrow as we look forward to the 36 hole final match on Saturday. Again the media and public is welcome to come and watch the matches at Oahu Country Club, a private club in the Nuuanu valley. Visit HSGA's website at www.hawaiistategolf.org for more info.

6.12.2017-- HSGA competed the qualifying round today for the 109th Manoa Cup in the at Oahu Country Club in the Nuuanu Valley on Oahu. 82 men competed in the Open division for 64 spots and 19 women for 15 spots in the Women’s division as Mari Nishimura looks to defend her title.  She will be the #1 seed in the women’s division. Visit HSGA's website at www.hawaiistategolf.org for details on the 40 matches tomorrow with help from the Oahu Country Club members as they provide live scoring for each match starting tomorrow and the rest of the week. Also don’t forget that HSGA is recognizing Kauai’s David Ishii, PGA on Saturday as their honoree this year, marking the 40th anniversary of his win before his outstanding professional career. The public and media is welcome to come and watch the matches at Oahu Country Club, a private country club in the heart of Oahu.

6.4.2017-- The 109th Manoa Cup at the beautiful Oahu Country Club in the Nu’uanu Valley on Oahu will be held June 12-17, 2017.  The Manoa Cup first started in 1907 and is the longest running tournament at a single venue west of the Mississippi.  It began when Arthur F. Wall and James D. Dougherty donated a trophy cup to their Club, the old Manoa Golf Club in Manoa Valley, sometime between late 1905 and early 1907.  Since then the Manoa Cup has grown to become one of Hawaii’s most prestigious tournaments.

At this year’s Manoa Cup HSGA will be honoring one of Hawaii’s greatest golf champions, Kauai’s David Ishii.  This year marks 40 years from his win in 1977 and one of his last amateur wins before turning professional.  David later became the leading money winner on the Japan Golf Tour in 1987 and won the 1990 Hawaiian Open, an official PGA Tour event (now called the Sony Open in Hawaii).  He was also inducted into the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame in 2006 and has supported junior golfers with his David S. Ishii Foundation since 1999.

Last year’s Open division champion Brent Grant has since turned professional and therefore will not be defending his title.  2016 Women’s division champion Mari Nishiura will be back from college to defend her title and will be the #1 seed.

This is the 2nd year of our Women’s division which utilizes the same match play format and requirement of walking the course for each match.  HSGA is expecting about 16-20 women to participate this year.

Please be sure to visit HSGA's website at www.hawaiistategolf.org for all information regarding this tournament and to keep up to date with your favorite matches as they start their LIVE HOLE-BY-HOLE SCORING for each match from Wednesday through the rest of the week with support from the Oahu Country Club members and tournament volunteers.

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2017 Aloha Junior PGA Championship- June 6 & 7, 2017, Wailua Golf Course.

6.8.2017-- WAILUA, HAWAII – Defending champion Malia Nam will return to the 2017 Junior PGA Girls Championship this summer at The Country Club of St. Albans in St. Albans, Missouri. Nam posted at two day total of (69-69=138) to finish 4-under today at Wailua Golf Course and this will be her third appearance at the Junior PGA Championship. Joining Nam will be Claire Choi who won the second qualifying spot after a five hole playoff with Reese Guzman. The playoff ended on the 5th hole with Choi sinking a par putt.

Evan Kawai also held on to his lead to win the boys championship. Kawai shot even par today to finish (67-72=139), just three shots ahead of Pono Yanagi who posted a (69) today to finish (72-69=141). Kawai and Yanagi will be representing the Aloha Section in the Boys Junior PGA Championship which will also be held at The Country Club of St. Albans in St. Albans, Missouri, one week after the girls event.

In the Age (13-15) Division, Davis Lee won the boys title while Alison Takamiya took the girls title. Joshua Chung was victorious in the Boys (11-12) division and Jennifer Seo shot 5-under after two days to claim the Girls (11-12) championship. Jordan Hunter captured the Boys (10 & Under) division, while Mira Kubo won the Girls (10 & Under) division.

On behalf of the PGA of America, they would like to thank the county of Kauai for their support and for hosting their event at Wailua Golf Course.

NOTE --- The 42nd Boys/Girls Junior PGA Championship hosted at The Country Club of St. Albans in St. Albans, Missouri. The Girls Junior PGA Championship will be held from July 18-21, 2017 and the Boys Junior PGA Championship will be held from July 31-August 3, 2017. 

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