Golf: Bermuda Championship Marks Earth Day

April 23, 2020

In commemoration of Earth Day, the Bermuda Championship highlighted the PGA Tour’s reusable cup policy, which took effect at the start of the 2020 season.

A spokesperson said, “To celebrate Earth Day, the Bermuda Championship is pleased to share the PGA Tour’s new reusable cup policy that took effect at the start of the 2020 season with the goal of delivering more sustainable and environmentally friendly events.

“The revised policy allows spectators the opportunity to bring a reusable cup or bottle [plastic or metal] up to 32 ounces on property. Reusable plastic or metal cups/bottles must be empty upon entry and exit.

“The PGA Tour prepares to open the 2019–20 regular season in a safe and responsible manner starting June 8 with the Charles Schwab Challenge, with modifications being made to the remainder of the schedule.

“Additionally, the 2020–21 fall portion of the schedule has been released, with the Bermuda Championship remaining as previously announced for October 26 to November 1.

“The health and safety of all associated with the tournament remains of utmost importance as preparations are made to welcome the PGA Tour back to Bermuda.

“To read the full statement released by the PGA Tour, along with the revised schedule, click here.

“For more information on the Bermuda Championship, visit”

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