NZ Open first round scores

Last updated 07:11 13/03/2009

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First round results from the New Zealand Open being played on the 72, 6610m The Hills course near Queenstown (a-denotes amateur, NZ unless noted):

65: Todd Demsey (US), Josh Teater (US), Alex Prugh (US).

67: Stephen Dartnall (Australia), Martin Piller (US), Seung-su Han (Korea).

68: Jim Herman (US), Jim McGovern (US), Peter Senior (Australia), David McKenzie (Australia), Chad Collins (US), Adam Bland (Australia), Steve Alker, Vance Veazey (US), Jonas Blixt (Sweden), Ryan Haller (Australia), Miguel Angel Carballo (Argentina), Matthew Millar (Australia), Justin Hicks (US).

69: Steve Friesen (US), David Branshaw (US), Drew Laning (US), Stuart Bouvier (Australia), Jason Norris (Australia), Bob Sowards (US), Brad Elder (US), Andrew Buckle (Australia).

70: Grant Waite, Henrik Bjornstad (Norway), Thomas Spearman-Burn (am), Bubba Dickerson (US), Nick Flanagan (Australia), Kyle Reifers (US), Ryan Hammond (Australia), Justin Bolli (US), Jason King (Australia), Kim Felton (Australia), Richard Johnson (Wales), Tony Carolan (Australia), Won Joon Lee (Australia), Brennan Webb (Canada), Jim Rutledge (Canada).

71: Aaron Townsend (Australia), Danny Lee (am), Dustin White (US), Michael Putnam (US), Chris Gaunt (Australia), Jeff Gove (US), Matthew Every (US), Garrett Osborn (US), Michael Clark II (US), Andre Stolz (Australia), Marcus Fraser (Australia), Terry Pilkadaris (Australia), Cameron Percy (Australia).

72: Paul Claxton (US), Craig Parry (Australia), Steve Wheatcroft (US), Wayne Perske (Australia), Paul Sheehan (Australia), Jeff Gallagher (US), Keith Nolan (Ireland), Douglas LaBelle (US), Peter O'Malley (Australia), Josh Geary Michael Long, Wade Ormsby (Australia), Ron Whittaker (US), Bradley Hughes (Australia), Jon Mills (Canada), Tee McCabe (US), Brian Stuard (US), Richie Gallichan (Australia), Bryan DeCorso (Canada).

73: Alistair Presnell (Australia), Andrew Bonhomme (Australia), Ashley Hall (Australia), Bob Charles Kevin Johnson (US), Bronson La'Cassie (Australia), Leigh McKechnie (Australia), Paul Marantz (Australia), Chad Ginn (US), Bob May (US), Skip Kendall (US), Michael Wright (Australia), Brenden Pappas (US), D J Brigman (US), John Riegger (US), Steven Bowditch (Australia), Andrew Johnson (US).

74: Jeff Brehaut (US), David Smail, Craig Bowden (US), Gareth Paddison, Anthony Summers (Australia), Mark Purser, Scott Hend (Australia), Tristan Lambert (Australia), Phil Tataurangi, Scott Dunlap (US), Roger Tambellini (US), Michael Sim (Australia), Ian Leggatt (Canada), Fran Quinn (US), Brad Lamb (Australia), Rich Bar celo (US), Joseph Sykora (US).

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75: Craig Spence (Australia), Trevor Dodds (Namibia), Tim Wood (Australia), Ryan Armour (US), Michael Brennan (Australia), Jared Pender, Daniel Summerhays (US), Grant Moorhead Chris Nallen (US), Bradley Iles Joe Daley (US), Matthew Griffin (Australia), John Kimbell (US).

76: Major Manning (US), Steven Jones (Australia), Sam Ma (am) Peter Fowler (Australia), Hunter Haas (US), J.J. Killeen (US), Steven Conran (Australia), Peter Nolan (Australia), Jin Park (KOR), Michael Hendry).

77: Ryan Fox (am), Paul Gow (Australia), Len Mattiace (US), Anthony Brown (Australia), Craig Scott (Australia).

78: Brad Kennedy (Australia), Mahal Pearce, Dustin Risdon (Canada), Kurt Barnes (Australia), Kyle Thompson (US), Peter Wilson (Australia), Jason Enloe (US).

79: Geoffrey Sisk (US), Scott Laycock (Australia), Andrew Tschudin (Australia), Heath Reed (Australia), Michael McGrath (Australia).

80: Ryan Hietala (US), Tripp Isenhour (US).

81: Troy Ropiha.

82: Adam Crawford (Australia), Terry Price (Australia), Brenden Stuart.

83: Michael Moore (Australia).

84: Brad Shilton.

-NZPA

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