As the worst storm to hit New Zealand in last 10 years battered most of the country, Kaikoura was largely isolated form the rain with only strong winds making play difficult for the players, with gusts of up to 100km making it hard to stand up at times Kieran Muir showed amazing poise to to shoot a seven under par 65 in the final round to chase down overnight leader Dongwoo Kang who still played well to shoot three under in the very tough conditions, both Muir and Kang finished on a two round total of 12 under par on the scenic and fun Kaikoura course, three shots back were Tae Koh and Ryan Chisnall on a two round total of 9 under par.  

Ben Gallie Wins the Whitehaven Wines Marlborough Pro-am  
 In testing conditions Millbrook resident coaching professional Ben Gallie dominated the field shooting a course record 67 to win the Whitehaven Wines Marlborough Pro-am, five of New Zealand's best tour professionals Josh Geary, Michael Hendry, Tae Koh, Kieran Muir and Mark Hutson finished in a tie for second  two shots behind Ben who played at the in last group of the day and produced a ball striking exhibition in the strong spring wins around the challenging Fairhall course in Blenheim. 
Josh Geary wins the Nelson Pro-am
 Josh Geary Kicks off the PGA spring swing in style with a win at the Nelson Pro-am, in tough blustery conditions Josh played near flawless golf to take out the title with a six under par 65, the course was presented in fantastic condition which allowed for good scoring with Woonchul Na finishing in second one shot behind Josh with a five under par 66 and in a tie for third was Tae Koh and Daniel Hillier with four under par 67's. 
Today we are at the beautiful Parkland Marlborough Golf Club for the Whitehaven Wines MArlborough Pro-am