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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Bermuda Stroke Play Championships Final Round

Ebonie Cox Hits Out of the Trap
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The Final Round of the Bermuda Stroke Play Championships had everything people would have wanted at the Port Royal Golf Course as the Open Menís Division needed two Play-off Holes to decide a winner.

Will Haddrell started the day two strokes behind the defending champion Jarryd Dillas and he made up one of those strokes on the first hole, he would go on to shoot a 1-over par 72, with Dillas shooting a 3-over par 74, thus needing a play-off to determine a winner and it would be Haddrell on the second Play-Off who would capture the title. Walker Campbell finished one stroke back.

Elizabeth Parson shot a final round 9-over par 80, but was still able to win the Ladies Open title at 19-over par, she finished 12 strokes ahead of Katrin Burnie who finished second at 31-over par and Ebonie Cox was third at 32-over par.

Despite his worse round of the tournament Hav Trott comfortably won the Menís Senior Division at 13-over par, with Christopher Phillips second at 19-over and Nick Fernandez was third at 22-over par.

Menís Open Division

03 Haddrell, Will

03 Dillas, Jarryd
04 Campbell, Walker
10 Ming, Mikus
15 Douglas, Arriek
16 Wideman, Spencer
17 Vallis, Robert
21 Collins, Sebastian
23 McCrimmon, Michael
24 Leseur, Kenneth
26 Dunkle, Nicholas
28 Hopwood, Joshua
28 Daniel, Michael
29 Neame, Richard
30 Whiley, John
31 Hunter, Johann
32 Hudd, Simon
33 Yates, Andrew
34 Johnson, Andrew
47 Murphy, Paul
57 Young, Spencer
70 Wade, Shawn

Womenís Open Division

19 Parsons, Elizabeth

31 Burnie, Katrin
32 Cox, Ebonie
45 Mocklow, Miranda
47 Down, Linda
52 Burgess, Tracy
53 Symonds, Ann
56 O'Neill, Anne
75 Mitchell, Ann

Senior Menís Open Division

13 Trott, Hav

19 Phillips, Christopher
22 Fernandez, Nick
23 Lindo, Jeffrey
26 Carr, Gary
28 Hickmott, Steven
30 Fleming, Marshall
36 Robinson, Winston
50 Wilson, Norman
51 Pimental, Angelo
60 White, Alexander
82 Souza, Glenn

 
 
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Bermuda Stroke Play Championships Day Two

Dillas & Campbell
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The 2nd Round of the Bermuda Stroke Play Championships concluded at the Port Royal Golf Course with all three 1st Round leaders remaining in front. The heavy rain during the night and into daylight hours this morning created some challenging situations with the bunkers, many of which had not drained at the commencement of play, but on the positive side, the wind was down and made for some low scoring.

In the Menís Open Championship Division the 2017 champion, Jarryd Dillas shot a 1-under par 70 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round, second place Will Haddrell also shot 1-under for his second round and remains at 2-over par, while round one leader with Dillas, Walker Campbell shot a second round 3-over par 73.

In the Ladies Championship Division, Elizabeth Parsons, recently back from school took kept her 6 stroke lead with a second round of 77, the same as second place Ebonie Cox. Parsons currently sits at 10-overs, with Cox at 16-over and Katrin Burnie is in third at 25-over par.

Hav Trott showed his form was better than the day before when he shot 2 strokes better than his 1st Round score with a 73, to lead the Menís Senior Division with a two round total of 6-over par, Christopher Phillips is second at 15-over par and Jeffrey Lindo is in third at 17-over par.

Menís Open Division

E Dillas, Jarryd

2 Haddrell, Will
3 Campbell, Walker
7 Ming, Mikus
8 Vallis, Robert
12 Douglas, Arriek
13 Wideman, Spencer
15 Leseur, Kenneth
17 McCrimmon, Michael
18 Hudd, Simon
18 Hunter, Johann
18 Collins, Sebastian
19 Dunkle, Nicholas
20 Yates, Andrew
20 Hopwood, Joshua
20 Daniel, Michael
22 Whiley, John
22 Johnson, Andrew
23 Neame, Richard
24 Hunt, Fraser
32 Murphy, Paul
40 Wade, Shawn
40 Young, Spencer

Womenís Open Division

10 Parsons, Elizabeth

16 Cox, Ebonie
25 Burnie, Katrin
31 Down, Linda
31 Mocklow, Miranda
34 Burgess, Tracy
34 O'Neill, Anne
36 Symonds, Ann
46 Mitchell, Ann

Senior Menís Open Division

6 Trott, Hav

15 Phillips, Christopher
17 Lindo, Jeffrey
18 Fernandez, Nick
20 Carr, Gary
20 Hickmott, Steven
21 Fleming, Marshall
28 Robinson, Winston
34 Wilson, Norman
34 Pimental, Angelo
36 White, Alexander
52 Souza, Glenn

 
 
Friday, June 15, 2018
Bermuda Stroke Play Championships Day One

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The 1st round of the Bermuda Stroke Play Championships got underway at the Port Royal Golf Course in rather challenging conditions with a strong south westerly wind.

In the Menís Open Championship Division the 2017 champion, Jarryd Dillas got off to a good start with a one-over par 72 and is in equal first place with Walker Campbell.

In the Ladies Championship Division, Elizabeth Parsons, recently back from school took a commanding lead with a four over par 75 while Hav Trott showed his form with a 75 in the Senior Menís Division.

Menís Open Division

1 Dillas, Jarryd

1 Campbell, Walker
3 Haddrell, Will
5 Ming, Mikus
6 Vallis, Robert
6 Collins, Sebastian
7 Wideman, Spencer
7 Daniel, Michael
8 Douglas, Arriek
10 Hopwood, Joshua
10 Dunkle, Nicholas
10 McCrimmon, Michael
11 Hudd, Simon
11 Hunter, Johann
11 Hunt, Fraser
12 Mattatall, Adam
13 Leseur, Kenneth
13 Yates, Andrew
15 Neame, Richard
15 Whiley, John
16 Johnson, Andrew
19 Murphy, Paul
20 Wade, Shawn
26 Young, Spencer

Womenís Open Division

4 Parsons, Elizabeth

10 Cox, Ebonie
11 Burgess, Tracy
13 Down, Linda
17 Burnie, Katrin
17 Symonds, Ann
18 Mocklow, Miranda
19 O'Neill, Anne
28 Mitchell, Ann

Senior Menís Open Division

4 Trott, Hav

7 Fleming, Marshall
8 Carr, Gary
9 Phillips, Christopher
10 Lindo, Jeffrey
12 Robinson, Winston
12 Hickmott, Steven
15 Fernandez, Nick
17 White, Alexander
19 Pimental, Angelo
22 Souza, Glenn
22 Wilson, Norman
Wednesday, June 06, 2018
Countdown to Bermuda Stroke Play Championships 2018

Jarryd Dillas will look to defend his Title
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The Bermuda Stroke Play Championships is approaching and will be played at Port Royal Golf Course from Friday, June 15th Ė Sunday, June 17th.

The 2017 champion Jarryd Dillas will be defending his title and will be competing against a former champion, Will Haddrell. The entry of some low handicap overseas players will also add to the quality of the field.

In the Ladies Championship Division, the 2017 the current champion Ebonie Cox (nee Burgess) will also look to defend, but once again the division contains some very talented players including former champions, Elizabeth Parsons and Katrin Burnie.

This yearís event will consist of a Menís, Ladies and Senior Menís Championship flight which will be a 54 hole Tournament to determine the champion, but players who do not wish to compete in the Championship Divisions may enter the Men & Ladies First Flights which will be a 36 hole event played on Saturday June 16th & Sunday June 17th.

Further information on the Bermuda Stroke Play Championships together with the Conditions of Competition and access to entry forms may be found by clicking here or calling the Bermuda Golf Association office at tel: 295-9972.
Saturday, June 02, 2018
Clyde Best/Somerset Cricket Club Golf Tournament
The Clyde Best/ Somerset Cricket Club Golf Tournament took place at the Belmont Hills Golf Club. Click Here to see the Full Clyde Best/Somerset Cricket Club Golf Tournament Pictures

The Calvin Hendrickson team sponsored by Shannonís Boutique were the winners with a score of 56, Denton Outerbridgeís team was second with a score of 58, while the BUI team led by Chris Furbert was declared the third place finishers after finishing on 60 alongside Kyle Lightbourneís Robin Hood team.

Zayla Smith was the Ladies Closest to the Pin winner, while Calvin Hendrickson won the Menís Closest to the Pin winner.

Gilda Furbert was the Ladies Longest Drive winner and Steven Roberts was the Menís Longest Drive winner.

 
 
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