Ben Hodge and Richard Neame win Bermuda Four-Ball
The par-3 16th at Port Royal Golf Course <br>(PGA.com Photo)
The par-3 16th at Port Royal Golf Course
(PGA.com Photo)

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda (February 5, 2017) -- With rounds of 72-65 Ben Hodge and Richard Neame have won the Bermuda Four-Ball hosted by Port Royal Golf Course.

Beginning the day two-strokes off the pace the duo put together a final day rally to remember with a bogey-free 6-under scorecard. Their first three birdies came in succession from Nos. 3-5 and then after making the turn Hodge and Neame rolled in additional birdies on the 11th, 13th and 18th holes. The final birdie pushed them to 5-under for the weekend and gave them a final margin of three-strokes.

First round leaders Jarryd Dillas and Will Haddrell ended up second at 2-under following their second straight 1-under 70. In third place at even-par it was Mark and Chris Phillips.

The Senior Division title went to Craig Christensen and Bill Pitt while Tracy Nash and Katyna Rabain won the Ladies Division.

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ABOUT THE Bermuda Four-Ball

36 hole four-ball stroke play event for teams of two played at 90% (men) and 95% (ladies) handicap. Men, Ladies, and Senior divisions. Entries are open to all members in good standing of the Bermuda Golf Association and any overseas visitors to Bermuda, with an up-to-date handicap index.

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