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Pearman’s team close the gap

Dwayne Pearman's Turtle Hill GC team cut the lead of the Trump International Golf Club to two strokes after the second qualifying round of the Bermuda 3s World Team Championship at Port Royal yesterday.

The local team of Pearman, Craig Christensen, Christopher Morris and Michael Dunkley carded a net score of 139 for a two-round score of 17-under par 267 after the leaders shot a 141.

That team is made up of John Nieporte, Keith Frankel, Pete Mazzola and Andrew Graves.

The other local team of professional Daniel Augustus and amateurs Malcolm Gosling, Max Atherden and Krister Hagnevic are tied for sixth after shooting a 137 on their home course.

They are on eight-under par 276 for the two rounds.

The best score of the 12 teams was the 131 carded by Medalist Golf Club, who are fourth on 271, two strokes behind Wentworth by the Sea Country Club who trail the leaders by four strokes.

Because of a lower than expected field, all 12 participating teams will qualify for the 36-hole par three Pro-Am Championship, which takes place today and tomorrow at Turtle Hill Golf Club.

The pros are also competing individually for a purse, with Lilly Simon of Oakdale Golf Club heading by a stroke over Cory Sciorra, of Medalist GC, after he shot the day's best round of 71, to move ahead of Sciorra and Augustus.

Simon had a two-round score of 144 while Sciorra is on 145 and August on 148 after their rounds of 73 and 76 yesterday.

Pearman is further behind in ninth place after he could only manage an 81 for a two-round score of 156.

Team leader Dwayne Pearman

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Published October 24, 2018 at 9:00 am (Updated October 23, 2018 at 11:02 pm)

Pearman’s team close the gap

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