Three in hunt for BPGA stroke play title at Tucker’s Point
Just one stroke separates the top three players going into today’s last round of the Bermuda Professional Golfers Association stroke play tournament at Tucker’s Point
Dwayne Pearman, who shared the first-round lead with Scott Roy on Monday after both had one-over-par rounds of 71, remains in a first-place tie, but with Chaka DeSilva, who shot one-under 69, the best round of the tournament so far.
Pearman and DeSilva have two-round scores of 141, with Roy — after two steady rounds of 71 — on 142. He is the only other genuine contender for the title vacated by Camiko Smith, who is not competing this year.
OJ Pitcher is a further five strokes back in fourth place on 147 from rounds of 73 and 74, with Andrew Trott on 148 and Derrick Douglas on 149. Andrew Trott-Francis and Brian Morris are on 151 and 153 respectively.
Thirteen players are competing in the tournament, with today’s round starting at 12.30pm. The lead group of Pearman, DeSilva and Roy will tee off at 1.04.