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Michael Campbell on CODE

Michael Campbell - Triumphant and Tuturu Maori on CODE

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Maori Television welcomes back victorious US Golf Open champion Michael Campbell on two upcoming episodes of the channel’s flagship sports programme CODE.

Michael Campbell (Ngati Ruanui, Nga Rauru) created history by becoming the first New Zealander to win at the 105th US Open, held at Pinehurst No.2, Pinehurst, North Carolina over June 16 to June 19 this year.

CODE presenter Tawera Nikau interviews the champion on his triumphant return to Wellington to talk golf and glory over two episodes, screening on Thursday August 4 at 8.30 PM and Thursday August 11 at 8.30 PM.

Tune in to hear Michael’s message to Maoridom, what position he’d like to play in the All Blacks and to find out what his favourite kai is on CODE this week!


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