Pearce wins points race for Jennian Homes Trophy
Hawkes Bay professional Daniel Pearce has won the season-long points race to the Jennian Homes Trophy today after another great season on the national circuit.
His year will be remembered by his two big wins at the Ngamotu Classic and the Barfoot & Thompson Akarana Open which solidified his position as our best golfer of the summer.
Although he could only manage a T11 finish here at the Carrus Open, the 29-year-old had already earnt the right to hold aloft the trophy with his stela performances earlier in the season.
With this comes $5,000 in prize money, courtesy of Jennian Homes who continue to help grow the game and provide New Zealand’s leading amateur and professional golfers the opportunity to prepare for performing on the big stage.
“It’s great to be rewarded after a long and pleasing season on the Jennian Homes Charles Tour. I want to thank Jennian Homes for what they are doing for the game and giving us the chance to play in our own backyard,” said Pearce.
“It’s crucial to have tournaments like these at home with it giving us the perfect preparation to play well overseas and grow our careers.”
“I have had a tough couple of weeks to finish off, but I am stoked with what I achieved this year and hopefully I can build from here and play well in China.”
It’s been an amazing summer on the Jennian Homes Charles Tour which will return for the 2018/19 season in October.