Katrin Burnie and Linda Down put their four-ball title on the line
The Bermuda Four-Ball Championships will be played at Port Royal Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday, minus the reigning champions Fraser Hunt and Teddy Terceira, who are not able to defend their title.
Some competitive pairings will compete for the vacant men’s title, among them Jarryd Dillas and Damian Palanyandi, who are expected to be strong contenders. The event has been rescheduled from last year and consists of two-player teams with the best ball to count.
In the Ladies Championship, Katrin Burnie and Linda Down, who have dominated this event over the last few years, will be looking to retain their title. However, with the return of Ebonie Cox, who is paired with Tracy Nash, they will face serious contenders.
In the Senior Men’s Division, Gary Carr and David Pickering will be hoping to maintain their championship status but they will also have to fend off some stiff competition.
It promises to be an exciting weekend of golf as the teams in the three divisions battle it out over the two days.