Final Field Set For 2020 Bermuda Championship

October 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

The final field is set for the 2020 Bermuda Championship teeing off next week at Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton. Today’s additions complete the field of 132 players vying for the $4 million purse, 500 FedExCup points and a spot in the 2021 Masters tournament.

The inaugural Bermuda Championship winner, Brendon Todd, is back to defend his title. Todd reignited his career following last year’s victory, finishing 20th in the 2020 FedExCup Championship.

Final additions to headline the field include current Ryder Cup captain and three-time major winner Padraig Harrington, 2016 Open Championship winner and 2013 FedEx Cup champion Henrik Stenson, 2011 FedExCup champion Bill Haas, former number one in the world Luke Donald, and 2018 PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year Aaron Wise. They join previously announced former major champions Danny Willett, Stewart Cink and Jason Dufner. Fan favourite Harold Varner III will make his debut in Bermuda.

Also competing are Charley Hoffman, Pat Perez, Graham DeLaet, Jonathan Byrd, Russell Knox, and Jhonattan Vegas.

Three Bermuda players are in the field after finishing as the top three in the local qualifier. Camiko Smith won the two-round qualifier while Michael Sims and Anthony Phipps were tied for second. For the complete field list, click here.

“Only Thursday tickets remain for sale; No tickets available at the gate,” a spokesperson said. “Tickets have sold out for the Bermuda Championship’s Friday, Saturday and Sunday rounds, while under 150 remain for Thursday. Daily general admission is $35. Tickets can only be purchased online, visit the tournament website at www.bermudachampionship.com/tickets, and will not be sold at the gate. All spectators, regardless of age, must have a ticket to access the grounds of Port Royal Golf Course.

“Spectator protocols will include temperature checks, mandatory wearing of face masks upon entry and around the golf course, social distancing with six feet of separation, and the use of hand sanitiser, with units placed throughout the venue, including entrances, restrooms and concession locations. For the safety of spectators and players, autographs will not be permitted.”

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