Golfers run hot in Florida
Puerto Rico (204).
Third were Felix Zambudio and Vanososte Gabriel of Trinidad and Tobago (gross 208) and fourth Caymanians Jason Perras and Joel Dodson (214).
Flurry of birdies
The Barbadians assaulted the fairways and greens from the first day, posting 66, and then unleashed a flurry of birdies over the 54 holes. They posted a gross 69 on Sunday and then totally blew away their rivals with a 66 on the final day.
It meant they combined to produce a total of 17 birdies, one eagle and three bogeys in the twoball-better-ball tournament.
Last year in Punta Cana, Jordan and Johnson won the division and the Ramon Baez Trophy by two strokes, with a gross 203, as they fought off the DR team of Lino Guerrero and Juan Campusano (205) on the final day.
Barbados also contested two other divisions in the championships in Florida but the players slotted mid-table. The Seniors division, for the Francis Steeleperkins Cup, was won by Caymanian brothers Michael and Phillip Wight with a seven-under-par 209 and Barbadians Ivan Codrington and Newton Daisley finished fifth (gross 222).
In the Superseniors (60 years and over), veteran national player Robert Piggott and former BGA President Birchmore Griffith also finished fifth in a division won by Kevin Marche and Steve Wallace (222) of the Bahamas.