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Thursday, September 02, 2021
Bermuda Championship 2021 Stand Alone Event This Year

Back on Saturday August 28th, www.islandstats.com reported that reports were circulating that the PGA Tour is still planning on one event for its Asia Swing this fall, well following this week’s announcements related to the fall schedule by PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan during his annual press conference at the TOUR Championship in Atlanta, Georgia, the Bermuda Championship was announced as a stand-alone event for 2021. With the change comes several significant adjustments for the Bermuda Championship, taking place October 25th to 31st at Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton.

“Following discussions with HSBC,” said Commissioner Monahan, “We have confirmed the cancellation of the 2021 WGC-HSBC Champions. Although it is unfortunate to have to do so, we must ensure that we abide by the pandemic prevention policies of different markets, which may cause inconvenience to the players and make tournament operations very challenging. Therefore, after careful evaluation, we had to make this difficult decision to cancel the event.”

“With the cancellation of the HSBC Champions event, we are excited to announce that the Bermuda Championship will be played as a stand-alone event.” The field size will be expanded from 120 to 132 players with standard full-field eligibility, award 500 FedExCup points to the winner and have an increased purse of $6.5M.

As in 2020, tickets will be limited due to the pandemic. General Admission tickets will go on sale starting September 20 and spectators can purchase tickets online (while quantities last) through the tournament website at bermudachampionship.com. Gates are open to the public Thursday, October 28th to Sunday, October 31st; daily general admission tickets are available online only for $35.

The Bermuda Championship currently benefits more than 50 charities on island through our Birdies for Charity Programme and Volunteer Charity Programme.

For more information on the Bermuda Championship, visit www.bermudachampionship.com

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