The 2019 Bermuda Goodwill Tournament started its 67th Goodwill Tournament under windy and cool conditions at the Mid Ocean Club.
A total of 27 Teams from Italy, Scotland, the US and Canada are participating.
Peter Ballo from Silvermine Country Club from Norwalk, CT. leads the Professional Stableford Tournament with a score of 26, after shooting an amazing 7-under par 64, in blustery conditions at the Mid Ocean Club.
Silvermine Country Club also leads the team competition with 59 -12 par.
Brian Gaffney, from Essex Fells Country Club shot an 18, placing him in 2nd place for the Stableford Professional Tournament.
Innis Arden Golf Club is in 2nd place with an 8-under 63, at their inaugural Goodwill Event.
The Goslings International Invitational continued with Canadian Dennis Hendershott continuing to lead, despite shooting a Second Round 1-over par 72 he still holds a 2 Stroke Lead.
Hendershott’s round saw him card 5 Birdies, 9 Pars, 2 Bogey’s and 2 Double Bogey’s, as he sits at 3-under par for the Tournament, while Henry Smart from England is second at 1-under 69, this after he shot a Second Round 1-over par 72. Derek Gillespie from Canada is third at 1-over par, after he shot 1-under par for his Second Round.
Daniel Augustus continues to lead the Bermuda Golfers after he carded a Second Round 5-over par 76, he had 2 Birdies, 11 Pars, 4 Bogey’s and 1 Triple Bogey.
The Goslings International Invitational got underway with Canadian Dennis Hendershott leading after shooting 4-under 67.
Hendershott’s round saw him card 6 Birdies, 10 Pars and 2 Bogey’s, while Henry Smart from England is second at 2-under 69, Amateur Nick Maccario shot an Opening Round 1-over par 72 and finished in third place.
Daniel Augustus leads the Bermuda Golfers after he carded a First Round 3-over par 74, he had 2 Birdies, 11 Pars and 5 Bogey’s.
The Bermuda Match Play Championships concluded at Port Royal Golf Course with the Men’s, Ladies and Senior Championship Division Stroke Play Champions all crowned.
Jarryd Dillas, Kathryn Lloyd-Hines and Terry Mullan were crowned the Men’s, Ladies and Senior Champions.
Dillas took on Damian Palanyandi in the Men’s Championship Division and the pair fought tooth and nail right to the end and Dillas would need two extra holes to be crowned the Champion yet again and he done so with an 18 foot Birdie.
Lloyd-Hines played a steady round in the Final, with her short game proving to be the difference as she defeated Linda Down in the final 5 & 3.
Mullan would prove just too strong for his final opponent Barry Brewer, as his control throughout the final was the difference.
In the Men’s Senior Championship Semi-Final, Brewer defeated Peter Smith 1Up, while Mullan edged Craig Christensen by the same result to advance.
Lloyd-Hines defeated the number one seed Ebonie Cox to advance to the final 2 & 1, while Down defeated Tracey Nash 4 & 2.
Dillas advanced to the final after he defeated Will Haddrell in their Semi-Final battle 1Up, while Palanyandi needed two extra holes to get the better of Richard Neame.