These young girls had smiles as big as their hearts. When they asked us for some free balls we willingly obliged.
They were working there way to Queenstown raising money for kids with cancer.
We are sure you would have made it in record time.
The Hawkes Bay Rugby Union sponsors bus booked the site for an hour and a half on friday. The bus pulled up with 50 sponsors on board on route to Rotorua for the Bay of Plenty match. A must win points match for Hawkes Bay.
The Magpies won in the final seconds when Israel Dagg cross-kicked for Zac Guildford to run onto and score in the corner. Breathtaking stuff.
We would have loved to have been on the bus on the way home...
On their way to the Sir Edmund Hillary Outdoor Pursuits Centre this young fellow let go of the club.
He gladly took off his clothes and retrieved it for us. It\'s not our policy to make our clients retrieve the clubs if they go into the lake....a bit tongue in cheek we told him he had to go and get it. His mates urged him on and this picture is proof some young fellas still have what it takes.
We especially liked the playboy bunny on the front of his jocks!!!
Hole in One prize on the White flag.
The ball bounced around the green on this hole in one and rested neatly on the hole.
Miramar Rangers came to Taupo to celebrate their end of season in style.
Faced with several mystery challenges they had a \'hit off\' at the Hole in One.
This guy was voted scariest competitor seen at the Hole in One for some time.