The Road to Bermuda tee’d off in great style at Bearwood Lakes yesterday. The course was typically splendid and we were joined by European Tour professional – Richie McEvoy from Team Jenahura who took on our guests in Beat-the-Pro.

Many congratulations to Mike Drye who claimed the first Jenahura Jacket courtesy of our good friends at Peak & Horn. It was quite a day for Mike who was also part of the winning team manfully captained by Steve Quinn from London Drywall.  Not only will Mike receive a bespoke, one of a kind Jenahura Jacket, he will also enjoy a splendid lunch or dinner with Steve and the other members of his team (Dave Tobin and Paul de set Croix) at an M Restaurant.

Next, we head to two of the world’s finest golf courses – Royal County Down and Royal Portrush for the Jenahura Links Challenge, rounds two and three of The Road to Bermuda.

If you are considering a new suit, a pair of shoes, enjoying a fine lunch, some bubbles or a new set of irons, please consider using our wonderful partners.  They are:

Peak & Horn
The Left Shoe Company
M Restaurants
Goutorbe-Bouillot
Mizuno

And, of course not forgetting our 2016 series sponsors:

Bermuda Tourism
Fairmont Southampton

And finally, thank you for supporting The Elizabeth Foundation via our invoices.  We will tell you more about the charity throughout the year.  For those of you who don’t know, one of our tournament professional’s – Jamie Elson’s son – Henry had cochlear implants fitted earlier this week that will dramatically improve his learning capabilities and ultimately his quality of life. As you can imagine it has been a pretty traumatic time for The Elson’s.  Henry receives incredible support from The Elizabeth Foundation and Jamie and Hannah wanted me to pass on their sincere thanks for your support.