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2014 Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open- Mauna Lani Golf Courses, December 12 - 14.

12.14.2014-- KOHALA COAST, HAWAII – December 14, 2014 - It was another unpredictable day at the final round of the Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open. Gusty conditions and stiff competition didn’t stop Dean Wilson (pictured) from winning his second title in the past three years.  Wilson’s loss in the playoff to Nick Mason last year proved to be just the medicine he needed to sink a 12-foot birdie putt on the final hole today to avoid another playoff and win by a stroke.  Wilson finished the day at even par 72, 4-under par 212 (70-70-72) for the tournament, one stroke better than Sun Il Jung (71-74-68) and Ryan Heisey (70-74-69) and takes home the $10,000 first place prize. Robby Ormand of Austin, Texas, finished in solo fourth at 1-under par 215 with low amateur, John Oda at 1-over par 217.

13-year old Titan Oshura shot his low round of the week 77 to finish T34 (235) in his first Hawaii State Open appearance.

In the Senior Open division, second round co-leader and Olomana Golf Club professional Casey Nakama steadied his play to shoot a final round 73 (216) to finish six shots ahead of amateur Mike Kawate (222).  PGA professionals Jeff Coston and Kevin Hayashi tie for third at 7-over par 223.

David Long continued his stellar play to win by eight shots (243) in the A-Flight division over Brad Ching (251).

Punahou School junior Allisen Corpuz swept the Women’s Open division in a wire-to-wire finish with a two-shot victory (236) over Big Island-native Kimberly Kim (238).

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12.13.2014-- KOHALA COAST, HAWAII – December 13, 2014 - Blustery conditions with winds up to 50 miles per hour tamed the 165-person field at the Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open.  Red numbers were scarce in the second round with an array of shots failing to find the bottom of the cup.

2012 champion Dean Wilson shot back to back 70’s for a 4-under par total 140 to lead the field, two shots ahead of first round leader Jake Grodzinsky (67-75), 2-under par 142.  Christopher Tedesco, Kenneth McCready, Robby Ormand, and John Oda are in a tie for third with a 1-under par, 36-hole total 143. 13-year-old Titan Oshura, the youngest player in the field, fired another 79 to finish at 158 to make the 36-hole cut.

In the Senior Open division, amateur Mike Kawate (72-71) and former champion Casey Nakama (71-72) lead the field at 1-under par, 143 for 36 holes.  First round leader Kevin Hayashi fell back with a second round 79, for a 4-over par total 148, tie for third with PGA professional Scott Simpson (70-78).  2015 Champions Tour National Qualifier Jeff Coston is in solo fifth (72-77) with a 149 total.

A-Flight division leader, David Long leads the pack with a 81-82 (163).  First round leader Brad Ching fell to second with a 79-85 (164).

In the Women’s Open division, amateur Allisen Corpuz scraped together a 6-over par 78, for a 149 total, ten strokes ahead of Mikado Nagatori with a 75-84 (159).

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Kyle Suppa Earns Spot in 2015 Sony Open in Hawaii!

2015 Sony Open in Hawaii Qualifier for Governor John A. Burns Challenge Cup Amateurs- Waialae Country Club, November 24.

11.24.2014-- Heavy rain in the early morning softened up the course at beautiful Waialae Country Club, but strong gusty winds followed that helped to dry things out.  Our victorious 12 man amateur team of our Governor John A. Burns Challenge Cup now competed against one another for a single exemption spot to play in the upcoming PGA Tour’s 2015 Sony Open in Hawaii.

Four players bested par today with rounds of 71, 71, 69 and 66.  Tyler Ota and Corey Kozuma finished at T3 with 1-under par 71’s, while Punahou’s 15 year old Andrew Chin posted a great round of 69 with 5 birdies and 2 bogeys to finish runner up.  But it was Waialae’s own 16 year old Kyle Suppa (pictured) who posted a superb bogey free round of 66, receiving the single exemption to play in the 2015 Sony Open in Hawaii.  Congratulations Kyle!

Suppa won the Hawaii State Amateur stroke play championship earlier in the year by 6 strokes over the nearest competitor, won the Francis Brown Four Ball team match play championship and had a great Challenge Cup last week going undefeated in his 3 matches.  He has also finished the 2013-14 season with the most points amongst all of the amateurs in he Governor’s Cup points system, thereby receiving the HSGA’s 2014 Player of the Year honors.  Today’s performance was a great way to cap off a great year and will be a great way for Suppa to test his skills against the top players in the world with the support of the people of Hawaii at the 2015 Sony Open in Hawaii.

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Amateurs Win 8th Challenge Cup in a Row to Close Gap to 5 behind Professionals!

42nd Annual Governor John A. Burns Challenge Cup, 2014- Mid-Pacific Country Club, November 17 & 18.

11.18.2014-- At beautiful Mid Pacific Country Club in Lanikai, HI, the 42nd Governor John A. Burns Challenge Cup concluded today. The 12 players of the Amateur team (from the Hawaii State Golf Association’s yearly points system) challenged the 12 players from the Professional team in a Ryder Cup style format. Three rounds of matches were played over two days utilizing a match play format of Four Ball (best ball), Foursomes (alternate shot) and Singles matches.

Yesterday’s morning round of Four Ball matches got the Amateur team off to a great start winning 4 ½ of the 6 pts available. The afternoon matches would get the Professional team 2 ½ of 6 pts to get them within striking distance to take the Cup away from the Amateur team as 12 pts would be available for the Singles matches today.

The Singles matches were contested this morning and the Amateur team got off to a great start leading 9 of the 12 matches through 7 holes. The Professional team rallied in many matches, but the Amateur team ended up winning 8 of the 12 matches to retain the Challenge cup 16 pts to 8 pts for the 8th consecutive year, a Challenge Cup record. With this years win the Amateur Team closes the gap to 5 Challenge Cups with a total of 18 Challenge Cups to the Professionals 23 and there was a tie back in 1983.

Congratulations to the Amateur team and a huge thank you to the 12 Golf Professionals for taking time off from their regular work schedules without pay to make this event happen.

A special thank you to Honorary Captains Ron Castillo, Sr. (Professional team & founder of this event) and Judge Jim Burns (Amateur team).

Also mahalo to the Team Captains of both teams for their time and organization: Professional Team- Andrew Feldmann, PGA and Vice Captain Dave Eichelberger, PGA. Amateur Team- Guy Yamamoto and Assistant Captains Phil Anamizu and Paul Ogawa, PGA.

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Team Japan Wins the 2014 Asia Pacific Junior Cup Over Team Hawaii 25 1/2 to 6 1/2!

2014 ASIA PACIFIC JUNIOR CUP- Waikoloa Beach Resort Golf Courses, November 10 & 11.

11.11.2014-- Waikoloa, Hawaii, November 11, 2014 -The Waikoloa Kings' Course on the Big Island of Hawaii was in fantastic condition today with very light trades for the final round of the 8th Annual Asia Pacific Junior Cup, an International Junior Competition.  The format of today's round was Singles Match Play that saw Team Japan win 12 of the 16 points available  today.

The Hawaii team was lead by Captains, Mary Bea Porter-King, Kauai, Cathy Torchiana, LPGA and Jerry King, PGA both of Maui.  "Japan had a very talented team, equaled by Hawaii.  For all those who play golf, some days are better than others.  Japan made the shots when it counted and our young and talented Hawaii Team never gave up, they were just out played this time.  Congratulations Team Japan, we will be back," said Porter-King.

This Hilton Grand Vacations sponsored event, presented by the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association (HSJGA) brings together 32 of the best young players from Hawaii (USA) and Japan (10 boys and 6 girls on each team), in a Ryder Cup-style tournament designed to foster good will... visit our forums to read on and to see scores click here.

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Okamura and Heirakuji win 2014 Bridgestone Pro Scratch!

2014 Bridgestone Pro Scratch- Pearl Country Club, November 3 & 4.

11.4.2014-- With the fairways of Pearl Country Club covered with the fresh morning dew, Round #2 of the Bridgestone Pro Scratch teed off at 6:40AM.

After posting a (59) yesterday the team of Garrett Okamura and Royden Heirakuji teed it up this morning against the (father/son) team of TJ and Stan Kua. It would be a challenging battle on the hills of Pearl Country Club this morning but Okamura and Heirakuji would end the round victorious nudging out the Kua’s by one stroke to finish (59-66=125).

As the professional of the team, Okamura earns a cash prize of $2,000 while Heirakuji takes home a gift certificate from Pearl Country Club [worth] $700. Pictured left to right; Professional Garrett Okamura, Del-Marc Fujita of Bridgestone Golf and Amateur Royden Heirakuji.

On behalf of the Aloha Section PGA, they would like to express a big "Mahalo Nui Loa” to their sponsors from Bridgestone Golf (Del-Marc Fujita) and Regan Lee of Pearl Country Club for hosting the tournament this year.

Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

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Inaugural H2 Invitational, 2014- Mililani & Leilehua Golf Courses, October 24 -- 25.

10.25.2014-- The inaugural H2 Invitational is in the books.  The champions of the event were Mike Kawate and Scott Ichimura.  Mike and Scott shot a second round best ball score of 66 at Leilehua Golf Course, combined with their first round 62 carded at Mililani Golf Club for a 2 day total of 128, 16 under par. The H2 Invitational is a 36-hole event featuring Mililani Golf Club and Leilehua Golf Course. Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

10.24.2014-- The first round of the inaugural H2 invitational is complete as the second round moves to Leilehua Golf Course on Saturday Oct 25 with the 39 teams teeing off at 12 noon. Low round of the day was posted by the team of Mike Kawate and Scott Ichimura, shooting a 62 in the 2 person scramble format at Mililani Golf Club. First round full field scores now posted click here to see.

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