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60th MID-PACIFIC OPEN, 2018- Mid-pacific Country Club- April 19 - 22. Defending champion Jared Sawada.

4.21.2018-- Morning showers sprinkled the fairways and greens during Round 3 of the 2018 Mid-Pacific OPEN. Past-champion Samuel Cyr carded an impressive three-under par (69) giving him a one-stroke lead heading into the final round. Round 2 leader, Brent Grant, posted fifteen pars today shooting a one-over par (73). Defending champion, Jared Sawada, carded the low-round score today of a five-under par (67). He currently sits at (-3) for the tournament, tied for 6th place.

After posting a two-under par (70), Tyler Ota is currently leading the Championship Division with a tournament total of (72+71+70= 213). Ota is now six strokes in front of Punahou senior Remington Hirano.

Howard Miao still sits at the top of the leaderboard for A-Flight at (+17), just two strokes ahead Skyler Uehara (+19). Christopher Han is leading B-Flight at (245).

Tomorrow’s tee times will begin at 6:50 AM off the 1st and 10th tee. Spectators are welcome to follow the players and experience the beauty of Mid-Pacific Country Club. Following the final round tomorrow, all players are invited to attend the awards banquet in the main ballroom of the Clubhouse.

OFFICIAL CUT SCORES, PROFESSIONAL – 152, CHAMPIONSHIP – 160, A-FLIGHT – 171 & B-FLIGHT –183

Scores for this year’s MID-PACIFIC OPEN are being posted LIVE in real-time, to follow the action online, visit the Aloha Section PGA's website click here.

4.20.2018-- As it turned out, it was a perfect day for golf in beautiful Lanikai as Round 2 of the Mid-Pacific OPEN continued on. After 36-holes, Brent Grant leads the field by three shots posting (67+68=135). Past-champion Samuel Cyr (67+71+138) sits three shots off the lead. Parker McLachlin (70+69+139) and Justin Keiley (68+71+135) are tied for third at five-under par for the tournament.

In Championship flight, past-champion Tyler Ota and Punahou senior Remington Hirano are tied for the lead at one-under par, both carding identical scores of (72+71=143).

Howard Miao (+9) leads A-flight by one stroke over Skyler Uehara. Christopher Han (+18) has a seven-stroke lead in B-Flight.

In our Senior Division, Kevin Hayashi, PGA won the Senior-PRO, carding a (71+74=145). In the Senior Amateur Division Mike Kawate leads the field with a three shot lead (74+76=150).

Tomorrow’s tee times will begin at 6:50 AM off the 1st and 10th tee. Spectators are welcome to follow the players and experience the beauty of Mid-Pacific Country Club.

4.19.2018-- 200 of the state’s top amateurs and professionals teed it up for Round 1 of the 2018 MID-PACIFIC OPEN. Now in its 60th year, the MID-PACIFIC OPEN is the last remaining four-day Open tournament held in the islands. 

In spite of torrential rain in the past week, the Mid-Pacific Country Club played exceptionally well for today’s Round 1, ultimately leading to a three-way tie of a five-under par score (67) between 2010 Mid-Pacific OPEN past-champion Samuel Cyr (Maui), Brent Grant (Honolulu), and Damian Telles (Oregon). Justin Keiley sits one stroke off the lead at four-under par (68).

In Championship flight, Moanalua’s Peter Jung shot one-under par (71) to hold a one shot lead over 2017 Mid-Pacific OPEN amateur past-champion Tyler Ota and Punahou senior Remington Hirano.

Howard Miao and Tim McClaren are currently leading a competitive A-Flight division after shooting 76. Rodney Doo (82) is currently leading B-Flight, just one stroke ahead of Shawn Tanabe and Mid-Pacific OPEN vice-chairman Vincent Yim.

In our Senior Professional Division, PGA Professional Kevin Hayashi fired a one-under par (71). James Blair sits at even-par (72) and Casey Nakama is two strokes off the lead at one-over par (73). Mike Kawate (74) leads the Senior Amateur Division two strokes ahead of Brandan Kop (76).

Tomorrow’s tee times will begin at 6:30 AM off the 1st and 10th tee. Spectators are welcome to follow the players and experience the beauty of Mid-Pacific Country Club. Following the completion of Round #2 the field will be cut by approximately 50% plus ties.

The Tournament Committee is proud to announce its partnership with the PGA of America – Aloha Section to brand the MID-PACIFIC OPEN as an OFFICIAL EVENT Aloha Section PGA. The MID-PACIFIC OPEN is the now the second event in Hawaii to be awarded this designation, which exemplifies the highest standards of competition for players. It also recognizes the members of Mid-Pacific Country Club, all of whom have served loyally and well for the successful accomplishments the players have enjoyed for many years.

Scores for this year’s MID-PACIFIC OPEN are being posted LIVE in real-time, to follow the action online, visit the Aloha Section PGA's website click here.

2018 Hickam Invitational Golf Tournament- Mamala Bay Golf Course, May 18 - 20. Defending Champion Tyler Ota.

3.19.2018-- Downloadable entry now posted click here to see.

2018 OIA Golf

4.17.2018-- OIA Divisional Team Championships, Boys click here & Girls click here.

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. Tournament #4 click here to see results. Tournament #5 click here to see results. Tournament #6 click here to see results. Tournament #7 click here to see results. Tournament #8 click here to see results. Tournament #9 click here to see results.

Tyler Ota Seals the 55th Playing of the Hawaii State Amateur Stroke-Play Championship in Come from Behind Fashion!

2018 Hawaii State Amateur Stroke-Play Championship- Pearl Country Club, March 15 - 18.

3.18.2018-- HSGA completed our 55th Hawaii State Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Pearl Country Club, site since 1987. In the Men’s Open division, Chris Vandette from Golf Canada started the day with a 4-shot lead and was looking to run away with the tournament, but HSGA's 2015, 16 & 17 player of the year Tyler Ota dug deep and had a fantastic final round of 5-under par 67 to come from behind and win the tournament by 2-strokes. Ota's final score was 11-under par 277. Congrats Tyler! Pictured above champion Tyler Ota left and tournament director Jay Hinazumi right.

Here are the rest of our winners of each division:

Mid-Amateur- Shawn Sakoda- +4, 292 over 72-holes

Women’s Open- Kyung Eun Lee- +18, 306 over 72-holes.

Men’s Senior- Mike Kawate- Even par, 216 over 54-holes.

HSGA sends a big mahalo to Pearl Country Club and their staff for hosting this tournament since 1987 and a huge thank you to our HSGA staff and volunteers for their support over the past 4 days.

HSGA would also like to thank the players and coaches from Hochi, Japan and Golf Canada for flying thousands of miles to join them in this tournament for great competition and camaraderie.

Mahalo to all and thank you for supporting amateur golf at its highest level in Hawaii!

Visit HSGA's website at www.hsga.golf for more information and details.

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.

 

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