Palanyandi teams with Dillas for Bermuda Four-Ball win
Damian Palanyandi won a second consecutive Bermuda Four-Ball title on Sunday, only this time he did it with a different partner. Palanyandi paired with Jarryd Dillas at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, Bermuda to blow away the field. At 8 under for 36 holes, the two won the title by seven shots.
A year ago, Palanyandi teamed up with Fraser Hunt for the win. Dillas, however, proved to be a handy partner, adding crucial birdies in both an opening 65 and a second-round 69.
The opening round is what allowed the duo to pull so far ahead of the field. They were four shots ahead of the field by the time Day 2 began and pulled away further from there.
Eric West and Spencer Wideman charged with a second-round 69, but still finished at 1 under and tied for second. Chris Brough and Dan Skoczylas were also on that number after rounds of 71-70.
In the women’s division, Linda Down and Katrin Burnie won the title with rounds of 75-80 to finish at 13 over. It was the best team score by four shots.
Gregory Smith and Steven Lambert won the senior division by eight shots. The two went 2 under in their first three holes and never looked back on their way to the win at 1 over.
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ABOUT THE Bermuda Four-Ball
The Championship is a four-ball stroke play event
(teams of two) played
at 85% of course handicap. Teams can choose to
compete in one of three
i) Men’s Championship
ii) Men’s Senior Championship – (Eligibility: Both
players must be 55 on
or before the first day of the tournament)
iii) Ladies Championship (36 holes)
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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