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Strong field set for Par 3

An impressive international field is in place for this weekend's Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship at Turtle Hill with former Ryder Cup members, former European Tour winners, a PGA Tour Canada winner, former Web.com players and a PGA Championship of Canada winner all taking part.

Some players came to the Island early to participate in the Bermuda Open, including winner Ben Polland of New York and Gordon Brand Jr, an eight-times European Tour winner and two-times European Senior Tour winner.

Also playing at Port Royal this week were Nicholas Job, a five-times European Senior Tour winner, and Miguel Ángel Martín, a three-times European Tour winner who finished sixth and fifth in the Bermuda Open.

Mark Mouland, a two-times European Tour champion and 2014 Grey Goose champion, will be back to defend the title he won by one stroke over Bermudians Michael Sims and Camiko Smith with a two-day total of 107.

“In the short but storied history of the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship, we've seen some great fields, but with the pedigree of the players who are teeing it up this year make it a truly remarkable championship field,” Adam LeBrun, the tournament director, said.

Mouland said that he will stick with the same game plan that brought him success last year and just hit one shot at a time.

Gordon Brand Jr will be playing in the Par 3

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Published March 27, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated March 27, 2015 at 1:43 am)

Strong field set for Par 3

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