'It's definitely fun bro' – NZ's sporting royalty turn out for Steven Adams Invitational

NBA star Steven Adams foray into golf has been nothing short of a success, as the Kiwi's invitational tournament attracted a range of past and current sporting stars to Windross Farm in Auckland today.

From All Blacks star Beauden Barrett, to the Black Caps' pace battery of Tim Southee and Trent Boult and even the likes of America's Cup winner Simon van Velthooven, a who's who of New Zealand sport took part in the event to raise funds for the Sports Pathways Trust.

Adams himself even said he was suprised at his enjoyment away from his preferred sport of basketball.

"It's definitely fun bro, this game's fun," Adams said.

The Kiwi NBA star's inaugural event at Windross Farm raised funds for the Sports Pathways Trust. Source: 1 NEWS


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The All Blacks legend smacked a few balls at Steven Adams' invitational tournament. Source: 1 NEWS


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Watch: He's a lefty! Beauden Barrett shows off sweet swing after jumping at chance to play in Steven Adams charity golf invitational

All Blacks first-five Beauden Barrett says that he jumped at the chance to take part in the Steven Adams Invitational tournament at Windross Farm today.

The inaugural tournament, which aims to raise funds for the Sports Pathways Trust, played host to a range of Kiwi sporting royalty, with the biggest name in world rugby just one of many to get involved.

"I didn't hesitate," Barrett told 1 NEWS Sport's Guy Heveldt.

"These days out are great, firstly for the charity, but also to do something different."

The All Blacks' first-five was among Kiwi sporting royalty taking part at Windross Farm. Source: 1 NEWS


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