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Greetings from Paul Monday, 12 February 2018

Meet one of our golf ambassadors, Bermudian Jevon Roberts!

The picture shows him and his son with his new 2016 Bacardi National Par 3 Championship plate. He accidentially broke the delicate trophy when he was on his way home, but Turtle Hill Golf Club and
Dockyard Glassworks came to the rescue and reconstructed it. The new plate got home safely, and Mr Roberts is now looking forward to the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship.

Photo credit: Ernest McCreight.
Bermuda Tourism PGA of Canada Grey Goose Bacardi HQ


Keep following us on Facebook.

... to take part in the Pro-Am that we have going on.
It is an opportunity to play with some top flight Pros or famous celebrities.

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The Grey Goose® World Par 3 Championship is set to return to Turtle Hill Golf Club at Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda,
from March 1 – 4, 2018

Turtle Hill Golf Club

Fairmont Southampton is pleased to announce the return of the 2018 Grey Goose® World Par 3 Championship to Turtle Hill Golf Club for the 9th consecutive year. The 36-hole championshop will be contested on March 2 and 3 and the Sponsors Pro-Am will be held on March 4, 2018.

Click on the following links to get you closer to the Championship:

Tournament Registration ~ follow this link

Fairmont Southampton Hotel ~ to Book Tournament Package

For regular updates ~ follow us on Facebook

As a note:
Flights to Bermuda are currently at an all-time low ~ so make sure you book your flights EARLY!


Until now, the challenge presented by Irons with thinner faces in hollow heads has been the compromise
that has to be made. Thinner, faster face, with more vibration. Or a urethane insert that dampens vibration
but slows the face. Not with the Callaway Rogue Irons.


Only to be found in Callaway Rogue Irons. A way of dampening vibration and improving sound along with feel,
leaving the speed of the face preserved. It’s a nanotechnology: billions of elastic-urethane microspheres
allow the face to flex at full speed, at the same time as dampening vibration and improving sound.



Peter Kostis, in a Golf.com instruction piece using Paul Casey, highlighted how
much improvement Casey had made by concentrating not on the latest swing gimmicks but,
but on the good old-fashioned setup and fundamentals.

This article shows Casey’s whole swing in pictures, but take special note of his perfect posture at setup. 

Last week we asked you tell us why you think most golfers don’t concentrate on their setup
anywhere near as much as the very best golfers do. This week we’re challenging you to
answer that question for yourself. Is your alignment and posture good enough to give
you a chance of making a good shot? Not sure?

Here's to great golf!
Paul and The Turtle Hill Golf Team

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