Team Bermuda won the Kitty Michael International Invitational Golf Tournament in St. Croix USVI, Low Gross Division.
The Bermuda of Valerie Nearon, Katrin Burnie, Katyna Rabain, Cindy Radzlaff, Ann Symonds, Tracy Burgess, Liz Carpio Kathy Lloyd-Hines finished 14 strokes ahead of Puerto Rico, they would also finish in second place overall in Low Net Division.
The top Individual scores on the final day to lead Bermuda to victory saw Tracy Burgess shoot a 77 Gross Division round, while Katrin Burnie shot a 78 and Katryna Rabain shot 84. Burgess recorded a round of 67 in the Net Division, with Liz Carpio shooting 68 and Katrin Burnie shot 69.
Friday, April 28, 2017
Premier Officially Opens IslandKaddy
Premier Michael Dunkley officially opened IslandKaddy on Reid Street.
The facility is equipped with three state of the art golf course screens that allow you to play 39 golf courses around the United States of America.
The ability to play Golf from 10am – 10pm on a daily basis and not have to worry about it being too hot or wet is the one thing the owners are hoping golfers will like and enjoy.
Persons can book a tee time online at www.islandkaddy.com
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Bermuda Lead Kitty Michael Invitational
Bermuda Captain Kathy Lloyd-Hines
With only One Round remaining in the Kitty Michael International Invitational Golf Tournament in St. Croix USVI, Team Bermuda is tied for first place in Low Gross having played at the Carambolla Golf Course.
In their 1st Round Bermuda Kathy Lloyd-Hines led the team in the Individual scoring in the Low Gross Division with 86, while Tracy Burgess finished one stroke back.
The Second Round saw Ann Symonds lead the team in the Low Gross Division with a round of 84, with Katyna Rabain shooting a 88.
Low Net in the First Round was Lloyd-Hines with a 76, while Burgess shot a 77, Symonds was the Low Net for the Second Round with a round of 71 and Liz Carpio shot a 74.
Monday, April 24, 2017
Campbell Helps William & Mary Finish Eighth
Walker Campbell and his William & Mary Men's Golf teammates concluded play at the 2017 CAA Championship by firing a final round 9-over par 297 in the conclusion of the third round at Salisbury Country Club in Richmond.
William & Mary finished eighth in the tournament shooting a combined 16-over par 880. College of Charleston fired a CAA record 23-under par 841 to win the team title.
In his first CAA Tournament freshman Campbell was William & Mary’s second best scorer. He fired a 9-over par 225 to place 34th.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Campbell T25th in CAA Championship
Walker Campbell and his William & Mary Men's Golf teammates fired a 293 (+5) in the first round of the 2017 CAA Men's Golf Championship, and is eighth place following the first day. College of Charleston fired a 274 (-14) to hold the team lead.
William & Mary had three players fire opening round 2-over par 74's and are all in a tie for 25th. In their first CAA Tournament, junior Sam Aronoff and freshman Campbell each had Two Birdies in the round.