Bermuda Four Ball: Jarryd Dillas and Damian Palanyandi continue to dominate
Jarryd Dillas and Damian Palanyandi (Bermuda G.A. photo)
The defending champions, Jarryd Dillas and Damian Palanyandi shot a combined score of 6-under 136 following their consecutive rounds of 68-68 to successfully defend their Bermuda Four-Ball Championships title, marking their fifth title win in the last six years at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, Bermuda.
The duo entered the final round with a three-shot lead over the competition, having opened their campaign with a score of 68. They later added another 68 in the succeeding round, securing a five-shot win over the team of Jevon Roberts and Oliver Betschart. Roberts and Betschart shot rounds of 74-67, earning them a runner-up finish at a total score of 1-under par in the tournament.
Michael McCrimmon and Gary Carr triumphed over Miles Stephens and Craig Christensen in a playoff, securing the Senior's title. McCrimmon and Carr posted rounds of 78-75, matching Stephens and Christensen, who shot 77-76. Both teams finished with a total score of 11-over par, necessitating a playoff to determine the winning team.View results for Bermuda Four-Ball
Tracy Burgess and Ann Symonds clinched the Ladies Championship title with an 11-over par performance, securing a two-shot victory over Kim Botelho and Alisa Sadeh. Despite being the overnight leaders with a 72, Linda Brown and Morgan Lightbourne finished with a 90, settling for a third-place finish in the tournament.
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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