2017 PRO-Scratch Golf
Golf Courses, December 4 & 5.
10.21.2017-- Entry acceptance beginning October 20, 2017.
One PGA, LPGA or other Professional member paired with one Amateur Scratch golfer
- no handicap. For more information call: Leilehua Golf Course 655-4653 Or email:
email@example.com or logon to OJGA.org to register online. Click here
to be redirected to OJGA.org.
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2017 Maui Amateur- Wailea
Golf Club, October 28 & 29.
10.29.2017-- With beautiful Hawaii
weather, HSGA finished their inaugural HSGA Maui Amateur at Wailea Golf
Club on the island of Maui.
In the Championship Flight division, Isaac Jaffurs and Tyler Ota were tied
and 142, 2-under par, after 36 holes and went into sudden death.
Jaffurs birdied the first playoff hole, hole #18, to take the title.
The Senior Division this year was the biggest with 42 players and we had a
Gross Flight and Net Flight with players only allowed to win in one
flight. For Sr Gross, we had quite a fierce challenge with 16
players scoring in the 70’s after the first day and Keith Anderson won
the Sr Gross flight with scores of 69, 71= 140, 4-under par for the
In the Sr Net flight, Kurt Otake fired two consistent rounds of net 68-68=
136 and won by scorecard playoff over Clive Kegel.
In the Net Flight, Glenna Sharratt fired a wonderful net 65 today to come
from 3 strokes behind to win by 4 strokes of the nearest competitor.
A huge MAHALO goes out to Wailea Golf Club for their support of this
tournament and the HSGA staff and volunteers for all their hard work! Click here
to visit HSGA's website.
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Section Senior PGA Professional Championship at Kapalua's Plantation
Course, August 27
Lahaina, HI (August 28, 2017) – Brad Bowen from the
Kapalua Golf Academy captured the Aloha Section Senior PGA
Professional Championship today firing a final round
one-under-par 72 for a 36-hole total 148 to win by one stroke
over defending champion Kevin Hayashi from Hilo Municipal Golf
Course (75-74--149). This was Bowen's second win in the
Aloha Section Senior PGA Professional Championship (2011 &
2017). Eddie Lee from Wailea Golf Academy finished
third (75-75--150) to capture the last qualifying spot in
the Senior PGA Professional Championship.
total of 15 Aloha Section PGA Professionals competed for three
spots in the 29th Senior PGA Professional National Championship
September 28 – October 1, 2017, presented by Mercedes-Benz USA
at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Senior PGA Professional Championship brings together a field of
264 contestants representing the PGA of America’s 41
top finishers in the national Championship earn a berth in the
79th Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid, which will
be conducted in May 2018. Visit the ASPGA's web site for more click here.
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Invitational, 2017- Mililani & Leilehua
Golf Courses, October 14 & 15. Defending
Champions: T. Isono / C. UMETSU
9.3.2017-- Downloadable entry now posted click here
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Oahu Country Club
Oahu Country Club, August 21 & 22.
8.22.2017-- Rose Huang (pictured right)
2017 Oahu Country Club Women’s Invitational accumulating 76 gross
stableford points. Rose edged out Kristin Le the two time defending
champion by one point. Kristin was looking for a “Threepeat”, However
Rose’s steady play kept that from happening. Rose made four birdies and
two bogeys each day in route to her championship win. Kristin’s up and
down rounds were full of birdies and bogies. Kristin carded nine birdies
in the first round and six birdies in the second round. Kristin offset all
those birdies with five bogeys each day. Lorraine Char took third place
with 73 gross stableford points.
Mira Jang took the Overall Net
Championship with 79 net stablford points.
Roxanne Okazaki took the “A” Flight
accumulating 68 net stableford points. Young Min Bell took the “B”
Flight with 71 net stableford points. The “C” Flight was captured by
Jessica Shin with 70 net stableford points.
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
championship flight pay-off was based on both gross & net
stableford points. The other three flights (“A”, “B”
& “C”) are net stableford scoring. Final scores now posted click
here to see.
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2017 NATIONAL CAR RENTAL ASSISTANTS CHAMPIONSHIP- Hoakalei
Country Club, August 21.
Corey Kozuma of (Kaneohe, Hawaii) won the National Car Rental Aloha PGA Assistant Championship at Hoakalei Country Club with a two-round total of (72-75) 147.
Pictured above Corey Kozuma left and Tad Fujimaki right.
Corey’s victory earns him the Aloha Section PGA Assistant’s Championship title and a first place prize of $1,800. He will be representing the Aloha Section PGA at 41st National Car Rental PGA Assistant Championship, Nov. 9 - 12, at PGA Golf Club (Wanamaker Course) in Port St. Lucie, Fla. The facility will be hosting its nineteenth consecutive PGA Assistant Championship.
“The course was wet after some unexpected downpours towards the end or round 1. Then, the wind picked up in round 2 and made the course more challenging for the field,” said Tad Fujimaki, Assistant General Manager of Hoakalei Country Club.
“This is a really good tournament and I had a great time playing in my first National Car Rental Assistant Championship. The course was setup great, despite some rain in the first round, but I played well in the morning and hung in there in the afternoon,” said Kozuma of Top Dawgs Golf Academy. “We appreciate National Car Rental’s support for this event.”
John Hearn posted a final-round 75 for a tournament total of 148 to tie Todd Rego and enter a play-off. Hearn earned the spot as first alternate from the Aloha Section.
“The course was tough and the weather conditions today were unpredictable, but I hung on today,” said Hearn who is an assistant at Oahu Country Club.
As the two eligible qualifiers from the Aloha Section, Kozuma will earn bonus money of $800 (Rego and Hearn $250 each) respectively from National Car Rental for their finish in the tournament.
The 126-man field for this year’s 41st edition of the PGA Assistant Championship consists of the top-4 finishers from last year’s championship, if eligible, as well assistant’s and apprentices from a weighted average of total entries of the 41 PGA Sections.
The winner of the 41st National Car Rental PGA Assistant Championship earns $9,000 out of a total purse of $100,000. The top-70 finishers and ties after the second round will make the cut.
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Lu Seals 54th OCC Men's Title in come from Behind Fashion!
54th Annual Oahu Country Club Men's
Oahu Country Club, August 17 - 19, 2017.
Shawn Lu fired a three under par score of 68, good for a 208
total and capture the 54th Annual OCC Men’s
Invitational. Shawn came back from a five shot deficit entering
the final round. Shawn was the only player to break par under
windy conditions that made putting very challenging. Shawn’s
final round featured five birdies and just two bogeys in the
windy conditions. Pictured left to right OCC President -Larry
Taff, Champion – Shawn Lu & Tournament Chair – Brandan
Kawai the first and second round leader faltered to a 78 good
for a 213 total and second place. Dr. Carl Ho the Senior
medalist took third with a 73 and 214 total. Final scores now posted click
here to see.
First round leader Evan Kauai fired a one under par score of 70
to go along with his opening round of 65, good for a 135 total
and a three stroke lead over Joey Sakaue and Tyler Ota. Ota the
2015 Manoa Cup champion fired a five under par 66 to move up the
leader board a grab a share of second place with Sakaue who
fired a one under par score of 70 good for a 138 total. Kauai
this year’s Manoa Cup Runner-Up will be going into
tomorrow’s final round with seven players within five shots of
him. The field was cut to the low thirty players and ties. All
players with a two day score of 154 and lower advanced to
tomorrow’s final round. The leaders tee off at 12:39PM
Ho Takes Senior Title- Carl Ho captured the “Senior Flight” firing a two under
par score of 69 and a 141 total. Carl edged out defending
“Senior Champion” Brandan Kop and Jonathan Ota by one shot.
This is the second time Carl has captured the “Senior
Championship, the first being in 2013.
Phengsavath Takes Mid Am Title- Joe
Phengsavath captured the inaugural “Mid Am Flight” firing
rounds of 72-71 good for a 143 total. Joe edged out Kendal
Fukumoto by one shot. The “Senior Championship” and “Mid
Am Championship” were contested over the first two days of the
Oahu Country Club Men’s invitational.
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