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2018 Hawaii State Amateur Stroke-Play Championship- Pearl Country Club, March 15 - 18. Defending Champion Jun Ho Won.

3.17.2018-- HSGA is all set for tomorrow’s final round for all divisions of the 55th Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship tomorrow at Pearl Country Club, since 1987. Christopher Vandette of Golf Canada has a 4-stroke lead over local Remington Hirano and a 5- stroke lead over our 2016 & 2017 HSGA Player of the Year Tyler Ota. In the Mid-Amateur division Shawn Sakoda at 3-over par 219 has a slim 1-stroke lead over Tyler Isono while defending Champion Nick Ushijima and Joe Phengsavath are lurking nearby at 7-over par, 223. In the Women’s Open division, Kyung Eun Lee leads at +14 by 5-strokes over nearest competitor Anna Murata. In the Senior Division, it looks like it will be a shootout with 8 players within 4 strokes of the leader Jonathan Ota at 1-over par. Logon to HSGA's website for scheduled scoring checkpoints every 4-5 holes, but are encouraging each group to use our USGA TM live scoring app to post live hole-by-hole scores. The app also enables everyone to see a leaderboard of each division so that they can plan their strategy and guide them towards the end of their round.  The leaders for both the open and senior division is expected to finish at about 5pm.  The Women are expected to finish at 330pm and the Mid-Amateur division is expected to finish at about 415pm. The public is welcome to come out and watch and the media is also welcome to stop by. There will also be a short awards ceremony at the end in the Grille Room at approx. 630pm. Visit HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf for more information and details.  

3.16.2018-- HSGA completed the 2nd round of our 55th Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship today with blue skies and light variable winds and have cut the field to approximately half.  Congratulations to those that made it to the weekend! Saturday is “moving day” and we look forward to the golfers playing very aggressive tomorrow. Christopher Vandette from Golf Canada fired a low round of the tournament so far a 4-under par 68 for a total of 7-under par, 137.  Right behind him at 3 strokes back is Remington Hirano at 4-under par 140. In the Mid-Amateur division, Shawn Sakoda fired a 2-under par 70 to take the lead by one stroke over Tyler Isono. It looks like it will be a 2-person battle in the Women’s Division with Anna Murata just one stroke back of teenager Kyung Eun Lee at 154. The Men’s senior division will complete their 3rd and final round on Sunday and it is sure to be a fierce battle with 8 players within 4 strokes of leader Jonathan Ota from Kauai at one over par 145. Visit HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf for more information and details.

3.15.2018-- The first round is in the books for HSGA 55th Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Pearl Country Club. The day started off gloomy but the skies cleared out and most struggled with the shifting winds that primarily ended with Kona (south) winds.  This is quite the opposite of our typical trade winds (from North East) that prevail 90% of the year. 10 golfers at par 72 or better in the Open division with Christopher Vandette of Golf Canada leading the way with a 3-under par round, 69.

Here are the leaders of our other divisions:

Mid-Am: Chong Delisi- even par 72, leads by 2 strokes

Senior Men: Jonathan Ota- 1-under par 71, leads by 1 stroke. 

Women’s Open: Anna Murata and Kyung  Eun Lee tied at 76

3.14.2018-- Tomorrow the HSGA will start the first round of their 55th Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship golf tournament at Pearl Country Club, host site since 1987.  This is the only 72-hole amateur only stroke play event left in the state and is one of very few elite golf events for amateurs to earn World Amateur Golf Ranking(WAGR) points.

Entries are filled with 103 players with several still on the wait list.  HSGA also invited 6 top golfers from Japan to play due to a long standing relationship with them.  New this year, HSGA also invited 5 top golfers from Golf Canada.

HSGA will have pace of play checkpoints on Thursday and Friday to keep play moving briskly and live checkpoint scoring on Sunday with help from their HSGA volunteers. Visit HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf for more information and details. Spectators are allowed to walk the course during this event.

2018 OIA Golf

2.27.2018-- The 2018 OIA golf season has started and they now have a website with all the scores and other info. Visit the site at https://oiagolf.wixsite.com/oiagolf. Looks like the scoring posted on the OIA's website are in roman numeral format so for those who don't understand that I have a link below so you can see in regular number format.

Tournament #1 click here to see results.

Tournament #2 click here to see results.

Tournament #3 click here to see results.

2018 BIG ISLAND INVITATIONAL PRO-AM & GOLF TOURNAMENT- Hilo Muni Golf Course, March 10 & 11.

1.21.2018-- Downloadable entry now posted click here to see.

2018 ARMY Women's Invitational- Leilehua Golf Course, March 27 & 28.

2.14.2018-- Downloadable entry now posted click here to see.

HSGA FOUR-BALL GOLF TOURNAMENT, 2018, 36-Holes Stroke Play- Ted Makalena Golf Course - Oahu, Hawaii - February 18, 24 & 25.

2.27.2018-- On Sunday February 25 HSGA held their 11th Annual HSGA Four-Ball Stroke Play Championship at the Ted Makalena Golf Course.

226 players came out and played as two-person team in a Four-Ball stroke play format where the better score of each person counts as the team score without handicap within their own flights.

In the Championship Flight, the teams of Koshi/Torres and McGerity/Teraoka both shot record tying first rounds of 61 at the Ted Makalena Golf Course, but the defending champion team of Ota/Saka had other plans firing a 62 in the 2nd round to win by 1 stroke and earn their title of repeat HSGA Four-Ball Champions!  By the way, they are our past HSGA PJ Boatwright interns…

In the Senior Flight, our current and past HSGA Senior players’ of the year partnered up together to win by 5 strokes over their nearest competitor.

In the Women’s Flight, the team of Akagi/Tonai had a wonderful round of 5-under par 68 to win by 3 strokes over the team of Wang/Nakao.

In A-Flight the father/son team of Ichimura/Ichimura won in a scorecard playoff over the team of Hashimoto/Watanabe as both were tied at 136, 6-under par total.

In B-Flight, Team Miyashiro/Miyashiro (another father/son team) won by 1 stroke over the team of Denault/Nishikawa.

Mahalo to all that played, the HSGA staff & volunteers, the staff at the Ted Makalena golf course and to the Department of Enterprise Services of the City & County of Honolulu for allowing HSGA to continue this long standing amateur tournament at a municipal golf course since 1969.  Visit HSGA's website to see all of their past winners, many who are in the Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame. Click here to visit HSGA's website for more.


2017 Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open- Mauna Lani Resort Golf Courses, December 15 - 17.

12.17.2017-- KOHALA COAST, HAWAII – DECEMBER 17, 2017 – Spectators witnessed a legendary Sunday finish on the Kohala Coast at Mauna Lani Resort as Tadd Fujikawa captured his second Hawaii State Open title at Mauna Lani Resort. Fujikawa's 1st HSO win was back in 2010 at Turtle Bay Resort.

Tadd Fujikawa was one shot off the lead as he teed it up with Nick Mason and Robby Ormand in Round 3. Fujikawa birdied the par 3 hole 17 to defeat Mason by one stroke, earning him a $10,000 payout. Kyle Suppa finished (69+67+77=213) as the low amateur and won the Championship flight.

It was a legendary finish in the Senior Open between Scott Simpson, PGA and David Ishii, PGA. Three-time Men’s Open Champion and now three-time Senior Open Champion, Ishii claimed the first place prize of $4,000 shooting a three-day total 207. Simpson fell five strokes short of Ishii at 212. In the Senior Amateur flight, Nelson Domingo captured the low amateur title earning a $750 gift certificate from the golf shop at Mauna Lani for shooting 218.

In the Women’s Open, professional Britney Yada fired a final round score of 71. Yada’s three-day six-under total (210) earned her a paycheck of $1,000. Reese Guzman finished as the low female amateur at 222. Playing in her very first Hawaii State Open, Guzman earned a $400 gift certificate from Mauna Lani. Pat McGinness held on to his three-day lead of A-Flight posting a 231 to finish two shots ahead of JB Bryant. Visit the Aloha Section PGA's website for more click here.

12.16.2017-- KOHALA COAST, HAWAII – DECEMBER 16, 2017 – Kyle Suppa, a sophomore at the University of Southern California, fired a 5-under par (67) during round two of the Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open. Suppa made seven birdies today on the Francis H. I’i Brown North Course at Mauna Lani. Mason shot a steady three-under par (69) to keep his lead with Suppa going into tomorrow’s final round. Both Tadd Fujikawa and Robby Ormand also shot (67) today, putting them one and two strokes back of the lead. Cory Oride is two strokes off the lead after shooting a three-under par (69).

In the Senior Open Division, PGA Professional David Ishii leads the Senior Open after firing the low round of seven-under par (65) with a 2-day total of (73-65=138). Ishii made a hole-in-one on hole #3 on the South Course this morning. He has a two stroke lead over PGA Professional Mike Reid at (68-72=140). Dr. Carl Ho (70-75=145) and Trent Gregory (73+72=145) are tied for low amateur in the Senior Open.

Britney Yada remains in the lead in the Women’s Open with a two-day total (139). Reese Guzman is the low amateur in the Women’s Open at (148). In the Men’s A-Flight Division, Pat McGinness (152) has a five shot lead over JB Bryant (157).

Round #3 will start at 6:50 a.m. tomorrow on the North Course with the Senior Open and Men’s Open Division.  On the South Course the A-Flight will tee off first followed by the Women’s Open at 6:50 a.m. 

Pro cut 148, Champ cut 161, Sr Pro 153, Sr Am 155, A-Flight 168 and Wonem's Open no cut. Visit the Aloha Section PGA's website for more click here.

Kevin Shimomura and Matthew Ma Capture 2017 PRO-Scratch Golf Tournament!

2017 PRO-Scratch Golf Tournament- Leilehua Golf Courses, December 4 & 5.

12.11.2017-- Pictured above left to right; OJGA President, Norman Asao, Leilehua Head Pro - David Higa, Winners, Amateur Matthew Ma and Pro Kevin Shimomura who won with a team score of 16-under par 128 (62-66), OJGA Vice President- Guy Yamamoto. Scores now posted in our forums click here to see. Also visit OJGA.org for more click here.


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