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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko slipped 11 places down the leaderboard after a rollercoaster one-over 73 in the second round at the LPGA Shanghai on Friday.
For in-form Kiwi golfer Nick Voke his latest victory on the PGA Tour China goes down as the most satisfying of his remarkable breakthrough season.
Andrew Matheson has been backed by Cycling New Zealand's board to remain as chief executive, despite an independent review finding the sport's high performance programme culture was dysfunctional for a two-year period taking in the Rio Olympics.
Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko slipped down the leaderboard in South Korea, in the last round of the Keb Hana Bank Championship to finish tied 11th after starting it fourth.
New Zealand golfer Nick Voke is on the cusp of yet more success, after opening up a five-shot lead after the third round of the Clearwater Bay Open in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Lydia Ko is just two shots off the lead at the Hana Bank Championship after shooting a four-under par 68 on Saturday in Incheon, South Korea.
Eddie Pepperell led after day two of the British Masters with a three-under-par 69 at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey on Friday, as Kiwi Ryan Fox faces a wait to see if he makes the cut.
Each Wednesday an enormous battle is undertaken for the glory of winning a game of backyard minigolf.
New Zealand golfing star Lydia Ko hit a sparkling 4-under par 68 to sit just behind the leaders in the LPGA's KEB Hana Bank Championship in Incheon, South Korea on Friday.
Kiwi golfer Danny Lee hit a hole-in-one early in his round at the CIMB Classic on Thursday, but failed to capitalise on it.
US Open and PGA champion Brooks Koepka added to his trophy collection on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) when he picked up the Jack Nicklaus Award trophy as the PGA Tour player of the year.
Danny Lee produced another sub-par round to finish in a tie for 10th place in the first PGA Tour event of the new season.
Takumi Kanaya punched the air in delight, before his countrymen surrounded the 20-year-old and showered him with their water bottles.
All Blacks selector Grant Fox wasn't the only member of the Fox family relieved at the get-out-of-jail test victory in Pretoria.
Canterbury-born James Anstiss claimed his maiden professional victory on the Charles Tour to win by four shots after a clinical finish at Harewood, while a teenage Tara Raj also won for the first time in the women's field.
There's something about Yuxin Lin and course records when it comes to the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship.
Kiwi golfer Ryan Fox has surged into the top-10 after a five-under 67 in the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland on Friday (Saturday NZ Time).