News Release: SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda – The Butterfield Bermuda Championship has been granted a Letter of no objection by the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sport to host limited general admission spectators. Tickets are now on sale for the third playing of Bermuda’s official PGA TOUR event returning to Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, October 28 to 31.

To adhere to event safety guidelines, the Butterfield Bermuda Championship will be operating at 15% capacity and as a SafeKey event. All stakeholders should be prepared to provide proof of SafeKey, and a valid government issued ID for entry. The Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport has granted 375 general admission spectators per day. The daily allowance was permitted under the island’s public-gatherings regulations. 

Tickets can be conveniently purchased online (while quantities last) through the tournament website at www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com. Daily general admission tickets for Thursday, October 28 to Sunday, October 31 are available online only for $35 and will not be sold at the gate. Butterfield Mastercard holders will receive an opportunity to purchase discounted tickets and should be on the lookout for a special promotional code to take part in the promotion. All spectators, regardless of age, must have a ticket to access the grounds of Port Royal Golf Course. The public is encouraged to act quickly as tickets will sell out in advance.

Hospitality tickets are available for the Digicel Business Ocean Club located on Port Royal Golf Course’s signature 16th hole. These tickets include light hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Limited tickets remain for all four rounds. Contact Justin Belanger at justin@butterfieldbdachampionship.com for details.

The Butterfield Bermuda Championship will follow the PGA TOUR fan safety guide and local COVID-19 health and safety regulations to promote a safe environment. All spectators will be subject to a health questionnaire upon entry and are encouraged to wear a mask when unable to maintain physical distancing. Hand sanitizer units will be placed throughout the venue, including entrances, restrooms, and concession locations. For the safety of spectators and players, autographs will not be permitted.

Select volunteer opportunities are still available. Go behind-the-scenes as a Gallery Management Ambassador (formerly known as Marshals) or Walking Scorer. Volunteers may choose to donate their volunteer time and earn their local nonprofit of choice a donation of $200 by volunteering for a minimum of three shifts.

For the latest Butterfield Bermuda Championship information, visit www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com