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Captains, crew and industry gather for Pinmar Golf Tournament

The 27th installment of the Pinmar Golf Tournament concluded in mid-October under picture perfect skies in Palma. About 300 golfers — captains, crew and industry — played their rounds over two days on the spectacular 18-hole Son Gual golf course. Course play was capped off with an awards gala in which the best teams were honored.

Among yachts, and including any handicap, the crew of the 61m Feadship M/Y Mylin IV came in first, followed by M/Y Heavy Metal and the 56m Perini Navi M/Y Melek. The team from the 47.5m Feadship M/Y Tatasu won the gross division, which is best score without factoring in handicaps.

Oct. 16, 2015

Weather is perfect for golf in Palma during the annual Pinmar Golf Tournament which started Thursday. About 300 people signed up to play four rounds of golf during the two day competition. Triton Publisher David Reed is there and shares photos throughout the weekend. PHOTOS/DAVID REED

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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2 thoughts on “Captains, crew and industry gather for Pinmar Golf Tournament

  1. Ian James (sor)!

    Oh what a lovely sight to see Mallorca again, even vicariously, even Mike Insull in all his glory!!

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