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Honorary Junior Eagles and Golfers of The Year Updates

2021 Golfer of the Year – Alex Prentice

“Achieving big things overseas is Alec Prentice who was announced this week as “The Big South Conference, Freshman Golfer of the Year”.  In his first season on scholarship, Alec has been a regular in his Universities Div 1 golf team and has earned the title of “Freshman of the Week” on three occasions and finished with a victory at the Big South Preview finishing with an impressive six under par.  

Reflecting on Alec’s achievements, his Head Coach had this to say, “Alec has had a special year filled with memorable moments.  There is no doubt he’s still growing as a golfer and will use his talents to be an even stronger competitor next year.  I’m incredibly proud of him”. “

2022 Golfer of the Year -Zac Swanwick

Since last report Zac won the Bledisloe Cup as leading amateuer at the NZ Open at Millbrook. A week later he finsihed 16th at the NZ PGA at Hastings. A quick plan trip the following week to the USA saw him tee up at the prestigious Sage Valley Invitational in Georgia. This event features 36 leading world juniors boys and 24 of the leading girls. Previous winners have included Jaoquin Niemann, Austin Ackroat and Scottie Scheffler. Zac finished in 31st place. The winner Giovanni Binaghi from Italy won with a score of -11.

2023 Golfer of the Year- Cooper Moore

On April 6th I flew out to Perth with the New Zealand Junior Squad to play in the Australian Junior Amateur. This tournament is for the top 75 players in Australia 18 years old and under along with 4 players from NZ.

This is the first time I have been to Perth and I really enjoyed the experience, the tournament was held at Gosnells Golf Club which was about 30 minutes from the city, the course was very tight with all fairways tree lined and undulating with large bunkers and water around the greens.

Over the four days of the tournament I played ok, but just struggled a little with my irons, I shot rounds 70, 74, 67, 73 to finish 12th overall and runner up in the U16 division.

I flew home from Perth and then two days later I left for Japan to play in the Royal Japan Junior Open, this tournament is for players in the Asia Pacific region and I received an invite based on my World Amateur Ranking.

The course was 90 minutes east of Tokyo in a place called Hokota City, all of the players in the tournament were taken by bus to our accomodation where we received an official welcome. 

The golf course was world class and an absolute beast playing at 8007yds which is the longest course in Japan.

Given the length of the course I didn't have high expectations as hitting the ball long off the tee is not one of my strengths however I surprised myself and in the second round I shot a 3 under par 69 and was the only player in the field over the first two days to shoot under par.

I went into the third and final round in a tie for the lead and I was confident that a consistent round would give me a good chance of claiming victory, however golf can throw you lots of challenges at times and I struggled with my putter all day and probably found myself trying too hard and not sticking to my process. I finished 10th overall which I was a little disappointed with as I put myself in a position to win, however on reflection against some world class players who are mostly a couple of years older than me 10th place was a solid result.

This trip also tested my fitness and recovery processes as we would leave for the golf course everyday at 5:30am and return at 6pm at night. 

A highlight off the course was the free buffett we had everyday at the golf club where I really enjoyed the steak on rice. I also got to meet and chat with All Blacks Captain Sam Cane who was on my flight over to Japan.

I now have a few weeks off and then I will start preparing for the Queensland Junior Amatuer at the end of June and then I have received an invite based on my world amateur ranking to play in the  Royal and Ancient Junior Open in Scotland in the middle of July which I'm really excited about as I also get to attend the 152nd Open Championship and get to watch many of my idols such as Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth and hopefully Tiger Woods.



Graham Gollan and Danny Brown latest Life Members of Buller/Westland

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2023 Halberg Cup - Eagle of the Year - Gary Forster - Canterbury.


2023 NZ GOY - Cooper Moore - Click Here for Resume

Eagles Donations to Halberg for Year Ending Dec 2023  Total $180,765 - Summary Click Here

2021 NZ GOY Alec Prentice – Success in the USA

Alec has gained a USA University South Carolina Upstate Scholarship and he has only recently migrated to the USA. He has already tasted some success:

Nov 2023 CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Capturing his first career tournament victory while posting his career-low 18-hole scoring total at the Big South Preview at Fripp Island, USC Upstate men's golf's Alec Prentice added to his weekly hardware with his first career Big South Men's Golfer of the Week honor.

A Wellington, New Zealand native, Prentice captured his first career event win—and Upstate's first individual event win since the 2020-21 season—behind scores of 65-71-136. Leading to his victory, his opening-round 65 tied for the second-lowest round by score and tied for the third-lowest round relative to par in program history.

Bob Rosevear Now Life Member of Northland.

Bob Rosevear Life Member








Bob Rosevear being presented  with a Life Membership badge for Northland by president, Mike Gavin.        

Bob’s dedication to the Eagles and his generosity at all Eagles events and fundraisers earned him this honour.