Thirteen-Year-Old Qualifies for NZ Open
1/7/02 -- Korean-born Jae An became the youngest male qualifier for a national Open Championship ever
Weather Further Dampens Ticket Sales in New Zealand
While Australians are battling brush fires, Kiwis are dealing with heavy rains. The torrential downpours are having a negative effect on the upcoming New Zealand Open, scheduled Jan. 10-13 at The Paraparaumu Beach Golf Course near Wellington. The course has been hit by two-and-a-half times the ...
Parry Prevails in New Zealand
Craig Parry gave himself a belated birthday present Sunday, winning the New Zealand Open when Michael Campbell inexplicably double-bogeyed the 71st hole. Parry, who turned 36 Saturday, shot a 3-under 68 to finish at 11-under-par 273. Campbell was also at 11-under through 16 holes, but three-putted ...
New Zealand Course to be Lengthened for Woods
Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club will add about 200 yards of length to its layout in preparation of Tiger Woods' participation in the 2002 New Zealand Open. Club members approved the redesign of three holes, the par-4 third and a pair of par-5's, No. 12 and 18. The added length will bring the links ...
New Zealand Closer to Landing Woods
Representatives for Tiger Woods are expected to sign a contract today or Tuesday which will ensure Woods will play in the 2002 New Zealand Open. The amount of Woods appearance fee is believed to be in the neighborhood of $2.5 million. April l had been the deadline for half the fee to be paid, but ...
Tigers Move Halted by Rain
1/11/02 -- Rain has temporarily suspended third-round play at the New Zealand Open.
Third Round Postponed in New Zealand
1/11/02 -- Darkness postponed te third round of the New Zealand Open.
New Zealand Prepares for Woods
1/8/02 -- New Zealand braces itself for excitement and controversy all in one this week
Cash Back Offered to Bet Against Woods
New Zealands national betting agency is so sure Tiger Woods will win Januarys New Zealand Open that theyre offering money to anyone who bets against the worlds No. 1 player. The taming Tiger deal will see bettors get their money back if their player finishes ahead of Woods ' even if their pick ...
New Zealand Open Drops Prices a Little
In the wake of protests and possible player boycotts, organizers for the New Zealand Open have announced that prices for next January's event will be lowered. Week-long passes were originally to be sold for NZ$500 (about US$210) to help offset a $2 million appearance fee for world's No.1 Tiger ...