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Tyler Ota Wins 2018 Barbers Point Invitational!

2018 Barbers Point Invitational- Barbers Point Golf Course- July 12 - 14.

7.14.2018-- Final full field scores now posted click here to see.

55th OCC Men's Invitational, 2018- Oahu Country Club- July 19 - 21. Defending champion Shawn Lu.

5.16.2018-- Tournament info and downloadable entry now posted click here to see. Flights; Open, Mid-Am, Senior and Team.

2018 U.S. Army Hawaii Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament- Leilehua Golf Course, August 2 - 4, Defending champion Shawn Lu.

6.21.2018-- Tournament info and downloadable entry now posted click here to see.

2016 PEARL INVITATIONAL- Pearl Country Club - Oahu, Hawaii - August 10 & 11.

6.21.2018-- Tournament info and downloadable entry now posted click here to see.

Joshua Sedeno Wins 110the Manoa Cup!

110th Manoa Cup, 2018- Oahu Country Club, June 11 - 16.

6.16.2018-- With beautiful weather prevailing, it took the full 36 holes today to decide the 110th  Manoa Cup Open division champion at beautiful Oahu Country Club in the Nuuanu Valley. The match stood at 2 up for Alabama golf team’s Joshua Sedeno (pictued right) after 18 holes over University of Hawaii’s Justin Ngan.  Sedeno shot 64 while Ngan shot 67 with 14 birdies and one eagle between the two golfers, some very impressive golf. As the match continued, Sedeno had a “rocky” round but birdied the right holes to take the match to dormie after the 33rd hole.  Ngan fought hard and birdied the 34th and 35th hole to stay in match and take it to the 36th hole.  Unfortunately, Ngan’s drive veered a bit too much due to the left to right wind and ending up hitting his tee shot out of bounds.  Sedeno hit a great drive and stuck it close to get a conceded birdie putt to win the match. Congratulations to Joshua Sedeno of Loomis, CA!  Sedeno is going to be a junior on the Alabama golf team and looks to have a very bright future.  Winning the 110th Manoa Cup will enable him to list his name with many legendary golfers such as Francis I’I Brown, U.S. Amateur Public Links Champion Guy Yamamoto,  PGA Tour winner and JPGA leading money winner David Ishii to name a few. A sincere MAHALO to the Oahu Country Club members, staff, Board of Directors, General Manager and especially Head Professional Andrew Feldmann, PGA and his staff. Another hear felt thank you goes out to the staff of the Hawaii State Golf Association, their HSGA volunteer Rules Officials, calligrapher and starter Gordon Cho as well as our Tournament Chair and HSGA President Jay Hinazumi.  We could not make this tournament run at the level we run it without all of their support. For more visit the HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf.

6.15.2018-- With beautiful weather at Oahu Country Club, HSGA concluded their final match for the 110th Manoa Cup Women’s Division.  It was a battle of the college golfers with Pearl City’s Brittany Fan (University of Colorado at Boulder) and Wailuku’s Kaylee Shimizu (Utah Valley University).  Congrats to Brittany on winning the match 4&2 and became the first women’s champion to be thrown into the pool!  (Visit HSGA's website in a few days to view the video). Kaylee got her “revenge” as she helped us throw Brittany in the pool…hahaha.

In the Open division, we held our quarterfinals and semifinal matches today.  In the Open Division final, we will see Josh Sedeno from Loomis, CA take on Justin Ngan of Wailuku, Maui.  This is Justin’s 2nd time in the final match in 3 years and this is Josh’s first time playing in this event.  Josh will be a junior on the Alabama golf team, while Justin will be a sophomore on the University of Hawaii at Manoa golf team.

The 36 hole match begins at 7am for their first 18 holes and we will continue the match at 11:30am until completion.  We estimate the match to be completed approximately by 2pm, pending an early completion or extra holes.  As you know, we can’t predict the exact time with the match play format. If you are unable to come up, visit HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf to watch the matches as they continue their live hole by hole scoring with help from the Oahu Country Club members. 

6.13.2018-- With beautiful weather in the Nuuanu Valley we completed our Round of 32 for the Open division and quarterfinals for the Women’s Division at beautiful Oahu Country Club. Three of our four past champions of the Open division are still in it and are in different brackets to possibly meet up in the Semi-finals.  Matthew Ma (2012), Tyler Ota (2015) and Andy Okita (2017).  Unfortunately 4x champion Brandan Kop lost his match today.

In the Women’s division, it will be a battle between a college vs high school golfer in each of the Semi Finals matches. Stay tuned to our website to see who will take home the 110th Manoa Cup!  www.hsga.golf, spectators and the media are welcome to come and watch the matches!

6.11.2018-- With beautiful Nuuanu weather, we completed the qualifying round for our 110th Manoa Cup at beautiful Oahu Country Club, a private country club in the Nuuanu valley.

A total of 105 players were in the field today to qualify for 63 spots for the open division and 16 players for the Women’s division.

The cut for the open division was 78, while there was no cut for the Women’s division as the Women played for their seeding position.

Match play begins tomorrow and defending champion Andy Okita will be the #1 seed for the open division.  There will be a new Women’s division champion as two-time defending champion Mari Nishimura was not able to play this year.

Visit HSGA's website for details of the matches starting from 6:30am for the Open division and the Women’s division to follow with their first group starting from 11:18am.

For hole by hole live scores for the matches throughout the rest of the week for both divisions on behalf of the Oahu Country Club members, visit www.hsga.golf.

2018 Kaanapali Classic Pro Pro- Kaanapali Golf Course, June 9 - 10.

6.10.2018-- Lahaina, HI – The final round of the Kā’anapali Classic Pro-Pro was played this morning on the Kā’anapali Royal Course, where 70 professionals battled it out for the $10,000 purse

Eric Dugas, PGA and Elliot Gouveia, PGA of Makena Golf & Beach Club carded six birdies and an eagle on hole 6, finishing with a two-day total of (123) to capture the 2018 Kā’anapali Classic Pro Pro title today. They will take home $2200. Team “Kevin” (Kevin Hayashi, PGA and Kevin Carll, PGA) posted eight birdies and two eagles on holes 6 and 12, placing them comfortably in second place with a two-day total of (127). They will share $1600 for second place. Defending champions, TJ Kua and Todd Rego finished six strokes off the lead with a two-day total of 129.

Thirty-five teams played in this annual event, which Kā’anapali has hosted for over 14 years.  PGA Head Professional Sutee Nitakorn comments, “We are grateful to work with the Aloha Section for hosting a great event for our local PGA Professionals.” To view full field scores visit the aloha section PGA's website click here to see.

2018 Hickam Invitational Golf Tournament- Mamala Bay Golf Course, May 18 - 20.

5.23.2018-- Matt Ma won on the 3rd suddendeath playoff hole over Tyler Ota to capture the 2018 Hickam Invitational Golf Tournament. Full field scores now posted click here to see.


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