This official PGA TOUR event at Bermuda’s famed Port Royal Golf Course offers a backdrop of clear, blue waters and stunning greens, to be televised internationally on the Golf Channel from October 31 to November 3, 2019.
With non-stop flights less than two hours from major East Coast cities, you can get out here to watch, play and enjoy this exciting Pro-Am game yourself. Players, families, fans and viewers can see why Bermuda was named “Best Island in the Atlantic & Caribbean” by Condé Nast Traveler.Lush TifEagle™ greens and sweeping water views from nearly every hole, Port Royal, designed by Robert Trent Jones, hosted the Grand Slam from 2009 until its final year in 2014. A specialty event for the year’s major championship winners, the likes of Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson and Ernie Els have all had a swing over the 16th hole – the course’s signature par-3 offers a clear shot across the ocean to the green, which is perched on a coastal peninsula. Players will love visiting Bermuda in the fall when warm temperatures linger, bringing their families along to enjoy everything the island has to offer. Beyond the fantastic weather, pleasant climate, and pink sand beaches, the island is a year-round playground with thrilling outdoor activities, delicious cuisine, and rejuvenating experiences. Port Royal is known in golf circles as one of the world’s best public golf tracks. A driving range with ocean views and practice distances for golfers of all levels is will get the rest of the family on the fairway.
Pro-Am packages offer a once in a lifetime experience to play “inside the ropes” at the inaugural Bermuda Championship. This exclusive, limited field event pairs four amateurs with a PGA TOUR professional, providing a bucket-list trip for your best clients or friends.
Each player will receive:
• An exclusive gift experience
• Breakfast, lunch and on-course refreshments
• One invitation for two people to the Pro-Am Pairings Gala on Tuesday, October 29
• Eight Good-Any-One-Day grounds tickets
The Bermuda Championship, The PGA TOUR’s first official annual event will be played the same week as the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions. The 72-hole competition, with an anticipated field of 120 professionals, will carry a purse of $3 million and offer 300 FedExCup points to the champion.