In preparation for the start of the European Senior Tour season which kicks off in America for the US PGA Championships, the first senior major of the calendar year, Gary will compete at the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship at Turtle Hill Golf Club, Bermuda.
Organised by Tournament Director Anthony Mucklow, the event see's some of golf's biggest names compete from the 29th March for two days over the short but very difficult 2805 yard 18 hole Par 3 course situated in the luxurious surroundings of The Fairmont Southampton hotel and resort complex.
Gary will be joined at the event by his 2014 Sunningdale Foursomes partner, Barry Lane, as well as fellow European Senior Tour players, Gordon Brand Jnr, Ronan Rafferty and Graham Bannister, also making up the field are European Tour professionals including Oscar Floren. With a prize fund of $75,000 as a minimum for the professionals it certainly is a well respected tournament and with the support of an organisation like Grey Goose, and Bacardi in the past, as the main sponsor the event is certainly attracting the best players and the worlds media.
Gary begins his first round alongside Ronan Rafferty and Oscar Floren at 9.21am local time on Saturday 29th March. To keep up to date with the scoring from Bermuda please check out the event website below.
Everyone at Champions of Golf wish Gary well for the event and in his preparations for the start of the full season. Please check back here for more updates from Bermuda and a summary of the final results.