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2016 NIKE GOLF FOUR-BALL MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP- Oahu Country Club - July 18 - 20.

7.20.2016-- Nainoa Calip and Jared Sawada defeated Corey Kozuma and Chris Shimomura 3 & 2 to capture the 2016 Nike Four-Ball Championship. Nainoa and Jared are both former Manoa Cup Champions, both are obviously very comfortable playing Oahu Country Club. The championship match featured 24 combined birdies. Jared & Nainoa took a three up lead birdying the first three holes. A lead they would never surrender. Jared and Nainoa were ten under par for the day when closed out Corey & Chris on the sixteenth hole.

The morning’s semi-final matches had identical results. Corey and Chris defeat Ed Kageyama and Matt Hall 3 and 2. While Nainoa and Jared defeated Juan Rodriguez and Jason Jakovac 3 and 2.

A big Mahalo goes out to the tournament sponsor, Jay Hinazumi with Nike Golf.

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Tyler Ota Seals Barbers Point Invitational in Wire to Wire Fashion!

2016 Barbers Point INVITATIONAL- Barbers Point Golf Course - July 7 - 9.

7.9.2016-- The final round of the 2016 Barbers Point Invitational concluded under sunny skies and blustery trade winds.  Going wire to wire Tyler Ota shot rounds of (67-73-73--213), to win by 2 over Donny Hopoi  (72-73-70--215) and  4 over Justin Tappara (73-73-71--217).  Matt Ma trailing by 2 going into the final 18 was not able to make up any ground finishing (71-71-77--219).  In last years event Ota led going into the final round only to be overtaken by PJ Samiere and have victory slip through his fingers, today however would not be a repeat of last year’s disappointment. His 1 over par 73 today was hard earned and the victory well deserved.

In Senior Flight Brandan Kop (73-75-79--227) wins by 2 over first round leader Peter Baik (71-81-76--228) and the ever present Mike Kawate (77-77-74--228). Kawate posted the low score of the day for Senior flight, a very solid 74.

A-Flight winner Ben Williams (81-77-76--234) comes from behind to win by 3 over 2nd round leader Marc Arakaki (74-79-84--237), and 4 over Andrew Hipolito (84-74-80--238), Alexander Rambaud (80-79-79--238) and Asila Ume (81-79-78--238).

B-Flight winner William Enomoto (79-81-82--24), 1 ahead of Balbino Barrientos (76-81-86--243) and 2 over Joshu Chamizo (81-80-83--244).

Pictured above left to right; Brandan Kop, Tyler Ota, Don Wilburn, Ben Williams and William Enomoto.

Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

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2016 U.S. Army Hawaii Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament- Leilehua Golf Course, August 4 - 6. Defending Champion: Seung Jae Maeng.

6.15.2016-- Downloadable application and more info now posted click here.

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2016 PEARL INVITATIONAL- Pearl Country Club - Oahu, Hawaii - June 23 - 25.

6.26.2016-- Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

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#4 Brent Grant Captures 108th Manoa Cup Title!

108th Manoa Cup (Hawaii State Amateur Match-Play Championship), 2016- Oahu Country Club, June 13 - 18.

6.18.2016-- With the best weather today of the week, HSGA had their 36 hole final match for the 108th Manoa Cup between #4 Brent Grant and #3 Justin Ngan.  Both players played a total of eight 18 hole rounds during the six days of the tournament, hours of practice time before each round as well as walked the hilly course at Oahu Country Club for seven of those rounds.  It truly is a physical and mental challenge in addition to the challenge of playing great golf.

Congratulation to Brent Grant (shown above) for winning the final match 5&4!  He will have his name engraved on the Manoa Cup trophy along side Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame legends like Francis I’I Brown, David Ishii, Guy Yamamoto and Brandan Kop just to name a few.

HSGA sends a special MAHALO to tournament co-chairs Andrew Feldmann, PGA and Jay Hinazumi for all their dedicated years of keeping this tournament and all that it stands for at the top of the Hawaii State Golf Tournament list for the past 18 and 26 years, respectively.

HSGA also sends a big Mahalo to the Oahu Country Club members, it's staff, Rules officials and all the volunteers that supported them for the entire week. They couldn’t have done it without them. Visit HSGA's website click here for full details of all the matches in the 108th Playing of the Manoa Cup.

6.17.2016-- Rain blessed the players this morning for more than half of the round as HSGA held their Quarter finals for the Open division and the Final match for the new Women’s division.

The Women’s match went out first and Mari Nishiura of Mililani (shown below) won the 18 hole final round match over Aiko Leong of Honolulu 2 & 1. Congratulations to Mari!  She will go down in history as our 1st Manoa Cup Women’s division champion!

The Open division had their Quarter finals and Semi Finals matches today and moving on to tomorrow’s final 36-hole match will be Brent Grant of Honolulu and Justin Ngan of Wailuku.  The match will start from 7am for the 1st 18 holes and will resume at 11:30am for the continuation of the match. Visit HSGA's website click here for full details of the match and live hole by hole scoring with the help of the Oahu Country Club members, HSGA staff and volunteers.

6.16.2016--Much drier weather prevailed today for the 108th playing of the Manoa Cup at Oahu Country Club.  The #1 and #2 seeded players are out and there are 3 players under the age of 18 left for the quarterfinal matches tomorrow morning.  Will it be a teenager to win this year’s Manoa Cup? (the first time in many years) Stay connected  to HSGA's website for live scoring (click here to be redirected) with the help from the Oahu Country Club members, the HSGA staff and volunteers.

In the women’s division, it will be a OIA vs ILH final as Mari Nishiura of Mililani HS takes on Aiko Leong of Punahou School. 

The women’s 18-hole final match will begin at 7am, with the open division quarter final matches immediately after. 

The winners of the open division quarter final matches will have their semi-final matches at 12pm to decide who will be in the final match on Saturday.

6.15.2016-- The Round of 32 completed today for the Open division and the Quarter finals for the Women’s division in the 108th playing of the Manoa Cup at Oahu Country Club.

There was an occasional “blessing” of showers but overall much drier course conditions than yesterday’s round.  The defending champion Tyler Ota is still in it and looking to defend his title, but there are still 15 others hungry for their first Manoa Cup win.  Last year’s runner up Dalen Yamauchi is also still in it as well as 2015 Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Champion Shawn Lu.  Matches start from 7am tomorrow, come on out to watch, spectators welcomed.

In the new Women’s division, the #1 seed is out, but tomorrow’s matches will be fierce to determine who will move on to the Final round on Friday and become the first Manoa Cup Women’s division Champion.  It’s setting up to be a “public school vs. private school” Final match.  Stay tuned… Visit HSGA's website for full details and hole by hole scores for all of the players click here.

6.14.2016-- Periodic heavy rains bothered the players today at Oahu Country Club as HSGA completed their first round of match play for 108th playing of the Manoa Cup.  It was a tough mental battle due to this for all and there was even one instance of so much rain that we had to suspend play for about 30 min due to too much water on the putting greens.

Only 4 of the top 20 seeded players lost their matches today and will look forward to continue winning to be crowned the next Manoa Cup Champion to have their named listed with the great golfers of Hawaii, many who are in the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame.

HSGA will be continuing their live scoring tomorrow with the support of the Oahu Country Club members, the HSGA staff and volunteers. Visit HSGA's website for full details and hole by hole scores for all of the players click here.

6.13.2016-- The qualifying round of the 108th Manoa Cup at Oahu Country Club is in the books and the field of 64 has been set starting tomorrow.  This event is also our Hawaii State Match Play Championship.  To finalize our field of 64, we had a playoff with four players for 3 spots.  Gilbertson and Luo both parred the first hole of the playoff to take the 62nd and 63rd spot, while Lau secured the 64th spot on the 3rd playoff hole over Wong. Visit HSGA's website for full details and hole by hole scores for all of the players click here.

The Open division starts it’s first round of match play tomorrow with its field of 64 players from 6:30am and our live scoring starts tomorrow as well with the help of the Oahu Country Club members.  Mahalo OCC!

The new Women’s division will start it’s quarter final matches on Wednesday due to the size of the field (only 8 players signed up).

6.9.2016-- The 108th Manoa Cup at the beautiful Oahu Country Club in the Nu’uanu Valley on Oahu will be held next week on June 13-18, 2016.  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 we will be honoring four time champion Brandan Kop (1983, 1986, 1997, 1998).  This year marks 30 years from his 2nd win in 1986 and Brandan is again entered this year to try and win his 5th Manoa Cup championship to list himself amongst only 2 others that have won the cup more than 4 times: Francis II Brown(9) and Ken Miyaoka(6).

Last year’s champion Tyler Ota (shown) will be playing and is looking to defend his Manoa Cup title to have his name listed again on the trophy amongst the short list of back to back year winners.  There have been only 2 people that have done this since 1972.

New for this year is a Women’s division which utilizes the same match play format and requirement of walking the course for each match.

Please be sure to visit the Hawaii State Golf Association's website click here to be redirected for all information regarding this tournament and to keep up to date with your favorite matches as we start our 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 volunteers. 

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2016 Ka'anapali Classic Pro-Pro Championship- Kaanapali Resort, June 11 & 12.

6.12.2016-- Lahaina, HI – The final round of the Ka’anapali Classic Pro-Pro was played this morning on the Ka’anapali Royal Course, where 61 professionals battled it out for the $10,000 purse, compliments of GPS Industries.

Defending champions Kevin Carll, PGA and Kevin Hayashi, PGA had a three stroke lead after round one but fell five shots short of a repeat today. Alex Chiarella (shown above left) and Alex Omer (above right) shot a (61) during round two to nudge out the defending champions by five strokes. In their professional debut, Chiarella and Omer captured the 2016 Ka’anapali Classic Pro Pro title today with a two-day total (127) and take home $3000. Carll and Hayashi finished second at (132) and will share $2000 for second.

Chiarella commented, “This is Alex’s (Omer) first real tournament since our days in high school together [at Seabury Hall (Makawao, Maui)] and we look forward to returning to San Diego to continue playing in mainland events. Playing with Kevin (Carll) and Kevin (Hayashi) was a great experience and the staff at Ka’anapali did an awesome job with the conditions of the golf course.”

Thirty-two teams played in this annual event, which Ka’anapali has hosted for over 12 years.  PGA General Manager, Ed Kageyama, comments, “We love being able to host this tournament every year at Ka’anapali.” He continued, “This weekend is about fun, camaraderie and some great competition.” Please be sure to visit the Aloha Section PGA's web site for more comprehensive info click here to be redirected. 

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