Start date: Oct 29–Nov 1, 2020
Location: Port Royal GC - Southampton Parish, Bermuda.
Venue: Bermuda Purse: $4,000,000
About This Webinar
The west coast swing is over, and the PGA Tour will visit Bermuda for this week's Bermuda Championship and Houston for next week's Houston Open over the next two weeks before the Masters. The Bermuda Championship this week will feature fans for the first time on the PGA Tour since the Players Championship in March, but tickets will be extremely limited and this is actually a pretty great one to watch on television, anyway, given the scenery.
As the Masters's approaches and most of golf's stars and superstars are taking a few weeks off before heading to Augusta National, this week's event will provide a different kind of drama. Players fighting for the 2021-22 PGA Tour cards, trying to snag a win and earn status for several years and play their way into a higher OWGR ranking, more cash and a bucked of FedEx Cup points.
Brendon Todd will defend his title from last year, and the golf will be much earlier than it has over the last three weeks in Las Vegas and California. Here's a look at how you can watch the event as the golf year (finally) begins to wind down.
The Masters in November not what anyone anticipated at the start of 2020, but now the last major of the year is just two weeks away, and it is going to simultaneously look quite similar to and vastly different than before. Augusta National Golf Club on Tuesday announced numerous tweaks to the Masters's schedule as it operates the year's most prominent major amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
For starters, this year's edition of the Masters will not include the patron-friendly -- and always fun -- Par 3 Contest. It was previously announced that patrons would not be permitted at Augusta National this year.
In another break from tradition, golfers will go off both the No. 1 and No. 10 tees in each of the first two rounds. Just like 2019, you'll be able to see every shot on every hole online, and the Masters have introduced a feature this year that allows you to "build a personalized feed of every shot from your favorite players."
Television coverage will also look a bit different. On Saturday, the lead-in to the CBS third-round broadcast will feature "College GameDay," which will be set up overlooking Ike's Pond and the Par 3 Course. Sunday's coverage will also start earlier than normal with the tournament wrapping up by 3 p.m. ET.
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free