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Friday, February 15, 2019
Countdown to Grey Goose World Par 3 Championships

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The GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship has released its full slate of celebrity professionals for next month’s event in Bermuda.

Charlie Rymer, formerly of The Golf Channel and PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS, headlines the impressive lineup that includes a number of impressive champion golfers, including:

• Chip Beck, four-time PGA TOUR winner
• Trish Johnson, 19-time Ladies European Tour and three-time LPGA Tour winner
• Barry Lane, five-time European Tour winner
• Lorie Kane, four-time LPGA Tour winner, Canadian Golf and PGA of Canada Hall of Fame member
• Miguel Angel Martin, three-time European Tour winner
• Chris Langford, four-time Ladies European Tour winner
• Mark Mouland, two-time European Tour winner and past GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship winner

The GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship celebrates its 10th anniversary March 7-10 at the Turtle Hill Golf Club at the Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda.

Turtle Hill Golf Club has been recognized by Golf Magazine as one of the “Top 5 Par 3 Courses in the World” and is a recipient of Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play Golf Award.”

Registration is now open to all local Bermudian participants as well. Bermuda residents looking to participate in the GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship should email golf.bermuda@fairmont.com.

There are still a limited number of GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship stay-and-play packages available. The package, which comes at an incredible price tag of $897 (USD), includes:

• GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship entry
• Three nights single occupancy luxury accommodations at the Fairmont Southampton
• Daily breakfast and lunch
• Exclusive activation event at the iconic Bacardi Limited headquarters in Hamilton, Bermuda
• Premium GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship tee gifts
• Opportunity to take part in the $1-million (USD) hole-in-one contest
• Chance to take home a share of the $50,000 (USD) prize purse

Anyone interested in the GREY GOOSE World Par 3 Championship Pro-Am should contact Fairmont Southampton’s Shelley Meszoly at shelley.meszoly@fairmont.com.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Augustus Wins Orange County Open

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Daniel Augustus put together a remarkable Second Round 7-under 65 during the Orange County Open at the Orange County National Golf Club in Florida.

Augustus did not have the best start to his Second Round as he had a Bogey on the First Hole, but an Eagle on the par 5 second hole put him at 1-under.

He would play Even Par for the remainder of the Front Nine to make the turn at 1-under par.

The Back Nine is where he would shine, with 6 Birdies out of the Nine Holes. The win was Augustus' third International win of his Career.

Daniel Augustus’ Orange County Open 2nd Round Scorecard

01 – 4 – Bogey
02 – 5 – Eagle
03 – 4 – Par
04 – 3 – Par
05 – 4 – Par
06 – 3 – Par
07 – 5 – Par
08 – 4 – Par
09 – 4 – Par
Augustus made the turn -1
10 – 5 – Birdie
11 – 3 – Birdie
12 – 4 – Par
13 – 4 – Par
14 – 5 – Birdie
15 – 3 – Birdie
16 – 4 – Birdie
17 – 3 – Par
18 – 5 – Birdie
Augustus Concluded his Round @ -7
Saturday, February 09, 2019
Bermuda Golf Monthly Medal

Jarryd Dillas
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A 6-under par round and a hole in one were just two of the highlights during the Bermuda Golf Association February Monthly Medal at Turtle Hill Golf Course.

Shortly before 8.00am the screams of joy echoed around the Fairmont Hotel grounds as Melinda Frith made a hole in one on the 2nd hole from 129 yards. Playing a 9 iron from the elevated tee box the ball landed on the green and tracked towards the hole.

Frith commenting on the shot said, “I just quietly watched as the ball got closer to the hole, but another player in the group Anne O’Neill was quite animated and was urging it to go in. When it finally dropped, all three of us left the ground.”

This was followed by an incredible round of 6-under par 48 by Jarryd Dillas which included 8 Birdies and 2 Bogeys!!

Dillas’ round was only one stroke off the Turtle Hill Golf Course record of 47 which was claimed by Simon Lilly in the Bermuda 3’s World Team Championship in 2018.

Dillas said, “I rode a hot putter and hitting 15 greens in regulations surely helped.”

Dillas also credited his fellow-competitor, Damian Palanyandi who pushed him throughout the round. Palanyandi who scored a 1-under par 53 was also the partner of Dillas in the Bermuda Four-Ball Championships in January in which they claimed the Four-Ball Championship title.

Laura Robinson won the Ladies Division with a round of 3-over par 57, Frith was second at 4-over par, while Katrin Burnie and Anne O’Neill both shot 8-over pars.

Men’s Flight 1 Gross Division

-6 Jarryd Dillas

-1 Damian Palanyandi
03 Jeffrey Lindo
04 Stephen Roberts
05 Nicholas Dunkle
05 Ciaran Duffy
05 Spencer Wideman
05 Matt Gorrell
07 Eldon Lewis
08 Dan Skoczylas
09 Steve Hickmott
10 Alexander White
10 Craig Brown
11 Spencer Young
11 Steven Duxbury
11 Roger McLaughlin
13 Mylan Simons
14 Jose Gerardo
18 Angelo Pimental
19 Ed Frey

Men’s Flight 2 Gross Division

09 Yves Chambaz

10 Christopher Morris
12 Frederick Anderson
13 Simon Benedek
13 Norman Wilson
13 Jeremy Spencer
14 Anthony Madeiros
14 Michael Ford
19 Jerome Bradshaw
19 Timothy Simons
20 Anthony Brathwaite
22 Louis Millar
24 Eugene Thompson SR
24 Ryan Baker
24 Chris Fullerton
24 Gary Venning
24 Traddie Simpson
30 Vincent Frith
32 Robert Croft
32 Allan Boyce
41 Robert Burkhart

Ladies Gross Division

03 Laura Robinson

04 Melinda Frith
08 Katrin Burnie
08 Anne O'Neill
10 Ann Symonds
10 Linda Down
11 Kirsten Lapointe
17 Ann Mitchell
18 Kathy Anderson
22 Elizabeth Hickmott
38 Michelle Sparke
Friday, February 08, 2019
Pearman Wins BPGA 2nd Monthly Medal
The Bermuda Professional Golfers Association held its 2nd Monthly Medal at the Tuckers Point Club.

The never ageing Dwayne Pearman fired a 2-under round 68 to lead the field and collect first place points and money.

Camiko Smith back on the Island shot a 2-over 72 followed by Mid Ocean Professional Chaka Desilva and another senior Twilton Smith who both shot 5 over par 75.

Ocean View professional Brian Morris rounded out the top 5 with a round of 8-over par 78.

The next Bermuda Professional Golfers Association event will be their Championships getting underway February 28th - March 1st at the Tuckers Point Club.

Invitations are out to any Amateur golfer seeking to acquire their Class C playing Professional card.

So far Delyone Borden and Damon Smith have announced they intend to try to join the Professional ranks.

Anyone interested is asked to contact Brian Morris at Ocean View.

Players will accumulate points for the year where the player of the year will be announced in December of this year

Bermuda Professional Golfers Association 2nd Monthly Medal

68 Dwayne Pearman

72 Camiko Smith
75 Chaka DeSilva
75 Twilton Smith
78 Brian Morris
79 Keith Smith
81 Scott Roy
84 Damon Smith
86 Jack Bridges
87 Delyone Borden
87 Clevie Tucker
88 Swaine Eve
92 Clarkie Trott
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Douglas Finishes 9th in Legends Invitational

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Arriek Douglas represented Hampton University at the BCGCA Legends Invitational.

Douglas would finish 9th in the seven school tournament with a Two Round score of 13-over par 157.

Douglas would shoot a First Round score of 81, which was followed by a Second Round score of 76.

Hampton University finished 5th overall.

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