Israel Dagg, Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Olivia Merry hit the driving range at Steven Adams invitational

A plethora of Kiwi sporting stars gathered in attendance for the second edition of the Steven Adams Invitational at Auckland's Windross Farm, raising funds for the Sports Pathways Trust.

Black Sticks striker Olivia Merry was first up, confidently asserting her position as New Zealand hockey's best golfer.

After being banned from last year's edition by his wife Daisy, All Blacks star Israel Dagg was allowed to hit the course, taking to the long drive competition like a duck to water.

Black Caps new-ball pair Trent Boult and Tim Southee were also present, both looking to outdo the other with a club in hand.

Mahe Drysdale, Joseph Parker and golfer Ryan Fox also stopped by to lend a hand.

Kiwi sporting royalty gathered at Windross Farm for the long drive competition. Source: 1 NEWS


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