Lemon Gorospe. 

The Bahamas Professional Golf Tour (BPGT) is excited to bring to an audience of professional and amateur golfers round five in the Signature Series of Professional Golf Tournament Play, this Friday, September 28th at The Royal Blue Golf Course at Baha Mar. Moreover, this event pays homage to the 2018 BPGT tour partners, who have been a driving force of the tour thus far and are all committed to remaining on in the same loyal capacity for the awaited BPGT 2019 signature series of golf classics.

After having just completed the midpoint of the series, both the professional and amateur golfers on the circuit alike are benchmarking their performance thus far on the BPGT Circuit and are all awaiting this month’s tournament to determine new leaderboard positions and who will be in the running for the top awards at the three-day grand finale weekend, slated for December 28–31.

Thus far, the BPGT pro division leaderboard is closely in a race to number one with Lemon Gorospe, leading with 1900 points on the tour. Greg Maycock, last month’s BPGT first place pro division winner, is close behind with 1700 points and BPGT founder and director, Riccardo Davis is in third place on the BPGT pro leaderboard with 1600 Points. Leading the amateur division BPGT leaderboard is Richard Gibson with 1200 points.

Gibson was also the BPGT amateur division 1st place winner in last month’s classic. In addition, Ryan Major is following closely in second place with 1000 points. Pablo Nahamias is close behind both Gibson and Major with 900 points on the BPGT leaderboard. This amateur trio has truly showcased great golf skills and finesse on the greens thus far.

There is time left to get in the battle of the BPGT’s golfing finest. There are four more tournaments to go.

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