Leroy Burch and Katrin Burnie and Eldon Raynor are the Inaugural Public Links Championship Champions following todays of play.
Following an Opening Round at the Ocean View Golf Course play moved to the Port Royal Golf Course.
Burch finished on top of the Menís Championship Division shooting an overall total of 10-over par. A further three strokes back in second was Steven Lambert Sr., with Derel Alleyne finishing third shooting 26-over par.
Burnie finished on top of the Ladies Division Leaderboard with an overall combined score of 21-over par, with Sylvia Tavares finishing second at 25-over par, while Wendy Salvia finished third shooting 29-over par.
Raynorís combined 17-over par saw him finish on top of the Seniors Division Leaderboard, Richard Jones finished second with a combined score of 19-over par and Rupert Nick Hollis shot a 20-over par for the tournament to finish in third place.
There was mixed fortunes for Bermudaís 2 Junior Golfers in the Second Round of the FCWT tournament at Falconís Fire in Orlando, Florida. Gilbertson followed his first round even par 72 with a second round 12-over 84 to slip down the field to finish T36 while Mitchell Campbell turned in another 1-over par 73 to move up to T14.
Gilbertson opened his round in frustrating fashion recording a Triple-Bogey at the par 4 first hole after being unable to find his opening shot off the tee. A Bogey followed at the second hole before Gilbertson pulled his game together. He played the next 10 holes at 1 over par offsetting Birdies at the par 5 4th and 10th holes with 3 bogeys. A Double-Bogey at the par 4 13th hole after being within 100 yards of the green with his tee shot knocked him off-stride again and he dropped 5 more strokes over the closing holes with Double-Bogeys at the 16th and 17th holes and a bogey at the last for his 12-over 84.
Campbell had the much better day of the 2 and, after opening with a bogey at the first, recorded 3 birdies and a par over the next 4 holes. After 2 pars Campbell had his own Triple-Bogey set back at the par 3 8th. He closed his front 9 with another par and made the turn at 1 over.
A par at the 10th was followed by a bogey at the par 3 11th immediately getting the stroke back with a birdie at the par 4 12th. After a par at 13 Campbell got his fifth birdie of the day at the par 5 14th . He recorded 2 more pars before dropping back to 1 over par with a Bogey at the 17th. This proved to be his final score after he recorded a par at the last hole.
Campbellís 1-over second round total matched his first round but was a striking departure in how he reached this score when compared to the previous day. In the first round his 15 pars, 1 Birdie and 2 Bogeys had him leading the field with the most holes at or under par. His second round had 6 fewer pars but 4 more birdies to go with the 4 holes with bogey or worse.