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RMS Insurance drives BPGT sophomore classic

The Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) is all set for round two in its signature series with RMS Insurance Company as the driving sponsor of the sophomore classic.

The launch of the first BPGT golf open set the pace for a very competitive series of tournaments and the second installation is expected to garner just as much anticipation and excitement as the first. RMS Insurance President Brian Moodie is pleased that the company is among the first companies to take on the lead sponsorship role in BPGT Tournaments. He said: “RMS is a proud sponsor of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour. We support such opportunities for local golfers to showcase their talents and this tour gives them such an opportunity both locally and internationally. We also applaud the BPGT’s commitment to giving back to the community and their involvement with REACH (Bahamas Resource and Educational source for Autism and other related challenges).”

On June 29, it is anticipated that just under 60 professional and amateur golf enthusiasts from the local community and internationally will set their sights on attractive prize purses.

Local pro player Greg Maycock from Freeport, Grand Bahama – a senior who continues to excel in golf – along with the first overall pro leader of the tour, David

Harris of Houston, Texas, are expected to participate.

Tee-off is set for 2:30 p.m. on June 29. Organizers would like to extend special thanks to Scott Farrington and SunTee. Also, Under Armour is the preferred brand of the Bahamas Professional Golf Tour.

The BPGT invites all professional golfers and top amateurs to enter the second round of play. The event will be hosted at the Royal Blue Golf Course at the Baha Mar Resort.

For registration details, interested persons are asked to send an e-mail to [email protected] or visit the website www.bpgt.org.

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