2020-10-31 - 19:51:04 SPORTS |
DOC REDMAN HOLDS A ONE STROKE LEAD AT THE PGA BERMUDA CHAMPIONSHIP 2020
The third round of the 2020 Bermuda Championship completed this afternoon at Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton. The players are vying for the $4 million purse, 500 FedExCup points and a spot in the 2021 Masters tournament.
Looking to Close the Door
Doc Redman holds the lead at -10, 203 entering the Final Round of the Bermuda Championship. Redman has posted rounds of 65-71-67 to lead by one stroke. Kramer Hickok, Ryan Armour and Wyndham Clark are tied for second place at -9.
Matt Jones fired a 66 to move into a three-way tie for fifth with Brian Gay and Ollie Schniederjans at -8, 205, just two strokes off the lead.
Ryan Brehm(-6) posted the lowest round of the day, shooting six-under 65.
Sunday is Funday
Gates open to the public for Sunday’s final round at 7:45 a.m. and the first tee time is set for 8:19 a.m. The tournament should finish at approximately 3:00 p.m., followed by the trophy ceremony on 18th green at the conclusion of play.
Tickets are Sold Out, No Tickets Available at the Gate
The tournament is officially sold out. All spectators, regardless of age, must have a ticket to access the grounds of Port Royal Golf Course. There are no tickets sold at the gate.
Clear Bag Policy in Effect
Certain items are restricted at PGA Tour events, such as large bags and backpacks.
Bags and purses must be smaller than 6” x 6”. Clear bags measuring 12” x 6” x 12” or less will be permitted.
Please note, the tournament does not provide a “bag check” facility so plan accordingly. View the full PGA Tour bag policy along with a list of what can and cannot be brought through the gates by clicking here.
COVID-19 Safety Protocols for All
Face masks are required upon entry and at all times around the golf course unless stopped to eat or drink. Additional spectator protocols will include temperature checks for entry, social distancing with six feet of separation, and the use of hand sanitizer, with units placed throughout the venue. For the safety of everyone, autographs will not be permitted. Click here for the full policy.
Practice the three W’s
All fans are encouraged to make sure they practice the three W’s of safety; wear a mask, wash your hands often and watch your distance around others!
For the latest Bermuda Championship information, visit www.bermudachampionship.com.
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