Great Exuma, The Bahamas — After a 5-under 67 on Sunday led to a T2 position entering the second round, Dylan Wu carded a front-nine 31 and an eventual 66 on Monday
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The Bahamas will play host to The Miami Heat Assets. All-star Small Forward, Luol Deng, is spending three weeks training for the new season in The Bahamas from September 3rd to 25th. During that period, Deng will be joined by the Miami Heat Dancers from September 17-22nd, while Miami Heat Corporate partners will be in The Bahamas from October 1st to 4th.
The countdown to the 2nd Popeyes Bahamas Bowl is on! Today marks the kickoff to the college football season.
College football season opens today (Thursday, September 3) and all Conference USA and MAC teams are hoping to make it the the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl this year. Watch the story here...
Nike hosted its first Youth Elite Basketball Training Camp here in The Bahamas. Watch here for the full story...
While many are looking forward to the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl game on Christmas Eve, one of the highlights for organizers is the charity event associated with the Bowl to give back to less fortunate children in The Bahamas.
Organizers of the Popeye's Bahamas Bowl pledge to strengthen ties between the game and the community. Find out more here...
18 members of the Bethune Cookman University Men's Basketball Team spent some time at the Goombay Summer Festival. Click here for the story...
Race officials of Run for Pompey have partnered with a Miami running club to attract more visitors to Exuma for the three-day race weekend in October. Watch here for more details!
ESPN events officials are excited about 2015 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. Watch here to find out what's in store for the Christmas Eve event!