A 2 double bedroom villa, open plan living with spacious kitchen, attached garage with laundry area and a great sunroom. Currently under contract
A great 2 bedroom villa with large open plan living, spacious kitchen, additional north facing sunroom, having 2 double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes, a large en suite to the Master bedroom, large garage with laundry and gardens with a great sunny seating out area.
Currently under contract
A Great 2 double bedroom villa just available. Its has an open plan living, dining and kitchen with an additional sun room. The master bedroom has a built in double wardrobe and there is a spacious bathroom,also having good storage in the hall, and an additional guest toilet. This in turn leads into a generous garage with laundry area and access to the clothesline and garden. Now sold
Tauranga golfer Jason Rowling said playing golf with sporting sensation Lydia Ko was a wonderful experience he doubts he'll ever be able to repeat.
Jason Rowling would have done anything to play with teenage golfing sensation Lydia Ko.
Yesterday he got to do just that when he lined up alongside her on the same team.
The keen Tauranga golfer flew to Christchurch to play golf with Ko as part of the New Zealand Women's Open pro-am tournament.
"It's just been a wonderful experience," he told the Bay of Plenty Times last night.
Mr Rowling, who with his wife owns Carmel Country Estate, said he was "quite nervous" leading up to the game because he had not played much lately and he was such a Ko fan.
At just 16, Ko was ranked No1 in the world as a female amateur golfer, and has just turned professional.
"There's been no holes in ones but I've scored a few points for the team," Mr Rowling said. "That's helped take the pressure off.
"The whole thing is my highlight. Then my wife came down with the kids and surprised me."
Wife Sharlene Rowling spent $7500 on an online auction for an early Valentine's Day present for her husband.
"It's a great opportunity for him and he's been a big fan of hers [Ko] for a number of years now.
"He watched her come up on TV and said 'I'd do anything to play with her'. So when I saw the auction, I thought 'why not?'."
The auction raised money for the tournament's official charity, a Canterbury University fellowship.