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2015 HSGA Four Ball Stroke Play Championship- Ted Makalena Golf Course, March 23 -- 24.

3.1.2015-- The HSGA concluded their 2015 HSGA Four Ball Stroke Play Championship at the Ted Makalena Golf Course today.  111 two person teams entered the tournament in 3 different flights in a Four Ball Stroke Play format in which the best score of the two players on each hole counts as the team score.  The field was cut to 28 teams and ties for each flight after the first round and the 2nd and final round concluded today in an unusual shifting west/northwest wind.  The winds caused many golfers to rethink their play as the course played much different than usual.

In B-Flight, the team of Elmer Tadly and Jared Yamamoto charged ahead in the first round as Tadly had a hole in one on hole #4 and the team finished with a 1 stroke lead.  In the 2nd round, they played steadily with a 2 over par 73 to win the tournament by 7 strokes while the 2nd place team lost a lot of ground with a closing 81.

In A-Flight, the team of Lance Hashimoto and David Watanabe had a wonderful round of 67 today with 5 birdies and 1 bogey to win by one stroke over the teams of Yanagihashi/Fukuda and Wolfe/Sato, who were tied at 2nd place.

In Championship Flight, the defending championship team of Shawn Lu and Kyosuke Hara (pictured above left Shawn Lu and Kyosuke Hara right) had the low round of the tournament in yesterday’s first round with 7 birdies and one eagle for a score of 62, 9 under par.  Despite a team double bogey 6 on hole #13 in today’s 2nd and final round, they held on to successfully defend their title by one stroke over the team of past UH Manoa golfers David Saka and Nainoa Calip.  The Lu/Hara team finished at 15 under par for two days.

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2015 ARMY Women's Invitational- Leilehua Golf Courses, March 23 -- 24. Defending Champion Brittany Fan.

2.9.2015-- The late Edna Jackola virtually “owned” the Army Women's Invitational at the height of her competitive career–winning eight championships between 1960 and 1969.

Martha Young won the maiden tournament in 1957, then it was Army nurse Amie Amizich in 1958 and 1959 before Jackola took the next three. No tournaments were held in 1963 and 1978. Jackola prevailed again in 1965, 1967 and 1968.

Lenore Muraoka, competing out of the University of Hawaii, plucked the first of her four Army Women’s Invitational titles in 1975 by edging Tura Nagatoshi after tieing at 156. She followed with 78-76–154 in 1976, shot 78-72–150 in 1977, and 77-76–153 in 1979.

Lynne Winn chalked up three straight championships, 1980-82 to join Jackola, Muraoka and Amizich as multiple winners of the Army Women’s Invitational. Joan Damon, in 1971; Beverly Kong, 1972; Marlene Floyd, 1973; and Marga Stubblefield, 1975 also left their marks on the winners’ roll.

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DEAN WILSON CAPTURES SECOND TITLE IN THREE YEARS AT THE HAWAII STATE OPEN!

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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