Butterfield Bermuda Championships: Let’s Tee-Off!

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“Charity is at the core of the Championship. Birdies for Charity and the BF&M Volunteer Programme make it possible to expand our reach and offer more opportunities to get involved and make a positive impact for the community.” Sean Sovacool, Butterfield Bermuda Championship Executive Director.
Amid scenic fairways and breath-taking ocean views, the Butterfield Bermuda Championship will take place at the Port Royal Golf Course from October 25th to the 31st. This year’s exciting tournament features a field size of 132 players, 72 holes of stroke play, with the winner taking home 500 FedExCup points and a purse of $6.5M. This official FedEx Cup event will showcase Bermuda worldwide with 14 hours of live Golf Channel broadcasting.
In addition to outstanding golfing, the Championship benefits more than 50 local charities. To date, the tournament has raised over $400,000.

“Each PGA TOUR tournament is committed to making a positive charitable impact on the local community,” says Sean Sovacool.
New this year is Birdies for Charity which will be matching funds to provide Bermuda’s non-profits with the opportunity to increase their visibility and solicit donations. Organisations will receive all monies raised and up to a 10% match on every donation. No minimum donation amount is required.
The BF&M Volunteer Programme is participating again this year and is requesting the services of local charities to assist in their volunteer efforts. For every individual who registers to volunteer, the program will give back a donation of $200. Knowledge of golf isn’t required, and 500 volunteers are needed. The tournament has a variety of opportunities for golfers and non-golfers, ranging from Gallery Management, Walking Scorers, TV Spotters, Merchandise, Pro-Am and Product Distribution. Join the BF&M Volunteer Programme to raise money, get a ‘behind-the-scenes look’ and witness some of the greatest golfers in the world. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age by October 1, 2021, but select opportunities are available for anyone between the ages of 13 and 17.

“We are so grateful for the support shown by the people of Bermuda this past year to make the Butterfield Bermuda Championship a success and help us give back to our community,” says Sean Sovacool. “The hard work of non-profits like the Bermuda Golf Association show us first-hand the positive impact from funds raised through the tournament.

“Charity is at the core of the Championship. Birdies for Charity and the BF&M Volunteer Programme make it possible to expand our reach and offer more opportunities to get involved and make a positive impact for the community.” Sean Sovacool, Butterfield Bermuda Championship Executive Director.

Amid scenic fairways and breath-taking ocean views, the Butterfield Bermuda Championship will take place at the Port Royal Golf Course from October 25th to the 31st. This year’s exciting tournament features a field size of 132 players, 72 holes of stroke play, with the winner taking home 500 FedExCup points and a purse of $6.5M. This official FedEx Cup event will showcase Bermuda worldwide with 14 hours of live Golf Channel broadcasting.

In addition to outstanding golfing, the Championship benefits more than 50 local charities. To date, the tournament has raised over $400,000.

“Each PGA TOUR tournament is committed to making a positive charitable impact on the local community,” says Sean Sovacool. 

New this year is Birdies for Charity which will be matching funds to provide Bermuda’s non-profits with the opportunity to increase their visibility and solicit donations. Organisations will receive all monies raised and up to a 10% match on every donation. No minimum donation amount is required. 

The BF&M Volunteer Programme is participating again this year and is requesting the services of local charities to assist in their volunteer efforts. For every individual who registers to volunteer, the program will give back a donation of $200. Knowledge of golf isn’t required, and 500 volunteers are needed. The tournament has a variety of opportunities for golfers and non-golfers, ranging from Gallery Management, Walking Scorers, TV Spotters, Merchandise, Pro-Am and Product Distribution. Join the BF&M Volunteer Programme to raise money, get a ‘behind-the-scenes look’ and witness some of the greatest golfers in the world. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age by October 1, 2021, but select opportunities are available for anyone between the ages of 13 and 17.“We are so grateful for the support shown by the people of Bermuda this past year to make the Butterfield Bermuda Championship a success and help us give back to our community,” says Sean Sovacool.“The hard work of non-profits like the Bermuda Golf Association show us first-hand the positive impact from funds raised through the tournament.

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