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Butterfield Bermuda Championship tickets set to go on sale

Bermuda’s Michael Sims, left, and Brian Morris in action at last year’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship at Port Royal Golf Course (File photograph by Akil Simmons)

Organisers have urged the public to purchase their tickets for next month’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship at the earliest opportunity as they brace for a bumper crowd this year.

Tickets will go sale on Monday for the event, to be held at Port Royal Golf Course from October 20 to 23, and are anticipated to sell out.

“This year, the tournament will open its gates to welcome a crowd with an unrestricted capacity of spectators for the first time since its debut on the PGA Tour calendar in 2019,” said Danielle Baiunco, the tournament director.

“We are truly ecstatic to provide the local community and visitors to the island with an enhanced experience inclusive of a junior ticket policy, post-play live entertainment, a family zone and more.

“We will announce our full schedule of events during a press conference on Monday morning.”

Daily general admission tickets for Thursday, October 27 to Sunday, October 30 will be available online for $35 per day and individuals may choose to upgrade their access to the Digicel Business Ocean Club. These tickets are $250 per person per day and include food and beverage as well as other perks.

Tickets will not be available for purchase at the gate and should be bought in advance of the event.

Spectators under the age of 15 are admitted free to the tournament with a ticketed adult. This does not apply to hospitality spaces and all spectators over the age of two entering hospitality venues must hold a pre-purchased ticket.

The Butterfield Bermuda Championship will follow the PGA Tour fan safety guide which still suggests maintaining a social distance in highly populated areas. Mask wearing is advised but not mandatory in crowds and per local Bermuda guidelines, masks are suggested when indoors.

Meanwhile, there are still volunteer opportunities available. Volunteers can donate their time and earn a local non-profit of their choice a donation of $200 by volunteering for a minimum of three shifts throughout the tournament.

If you have any questions on Volunteering or how you can be a part of the championship, please e-mail Volunteer Manager, Arden Vickers at avickers@butterfieldbdachampionship.com.

The Butterfield Bermuda Championship will feature a field of 132 players, including a minimum of three local qualifiers, that will compete for a share of $6.5 million in prize money and FedEx Cup points on offer.

The 72 hole stroke play event will again showcase Bermuda to the world with 14 hours of live Golf Channel broadcast.

For more information visit www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com and connect with the tournament on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Published September 10, 2022 at 7:47 am (Updated September 10, 2022 at 7:47 am)

Butterfield Bermuda Championship tickets set to go on sale

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