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Draw and a fade

More of Hawaii's young female golfers are experiencing success and are subsequently travelling to compete on the mainland. As a result, fewer choose to stay home and compete in Hawaii's major events. One such event, the State Stroke Play championship, was canceled when it could draw only six golfers

By Ann Miller
Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 14, 2014

~~<p>For the first time in nearly 40 years, Hawaii will not have a women's State Stroke Play champion. This year's golf tournament, scheduled last week at Mid-Pacific Country Club, was canceled when only six players signed up.</p>
<p>&quot;I was pretty bummed ...,&quot; admitted Columbia junior Monique Ishikawa. &quot;I am a member at MPCC so I am always looking forward to playing a tournament on home turf.&quot;</p>
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For the first time in nearly 40 years, Hawaii will not have a women's State Stroke Play champion. This year's golf tournament, scheduled last week at Mid-Pacific Country Club, was canceled when only six players signed up.

"I was pretty bummed ...," admitted Columbia junior Monique Ishikawa. "I am a member at MPCC so I am always looking forward to playing a tournament on home turf." Login for more...



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