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Television (Full Length) – 2003

This 2003 documentary examines what drove two of New Zealand’s most internationally successful golfers. Future 2005 US Open champion Michael Campbell and Phillip Tataurangi look back on their careers to date, and the part played by their Māori ancestry. Their natural talents are set against the hard work, supportive whānau and determination required to succeed on golf’s biggest stages: fro both being part of the Kiwi team that won the Eisenhower Trophy in 1992 to success as professionals on PGA and European Tours. Campbell retired in 2015.

I remember swinging the golf club in the home and there were all these marks on the ceiling from my backswing.
– Michael Campbell

Key Cast & Crew

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Paul Richards

Camera Operator

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Warren Saunders


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Toby Mills

Director, Producer

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Carolyne Meng-Yee

Network Executive

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Neill Torbit

Executive Producer

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Brent Iremonga


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Produced by

  • Tawera Productions

  • Sportsbrand