Excitement Anticipated for Sunday’s Final Day of 2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship

The 2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship will conclude tomorrow with the Final Round Fueled by Rubis. Tee times will start at 7:40 a.m. with all golfers teeing off from Hole #1 in twosomes. The leaders tee off at 1:20 p.m. and play is estimated to end at approximately 5:30 p.m. with the closing ceremony then taking place on the 18th green.

The players are vying for a $6.5 million purse. The champion will receive $1.17 million and 500 FedExCup points. The winner is also awarded a two-year PGA TOUR exemption, 20 Official World Golf Ranking points, and berths in multiple tournaments including the 2023 Masters, 2023 PGA Championship, 2023 THE PLAYERS Championship and next year’s Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Leader in the Clubhouse

Seamus Power and Ben Griffin (-18, 195) are tied for the lead heading into the final round, both setting a new tournament record for low 54-hole scoring. The previous record was -17, 196, set by Harry Higgs in 2019 and matched by Taylor Pendrith last year.

With rounds of 65-65-65, Power posted eight birdies and a double bogey today as he looks for his second career PGA TOUR win. He was victorious at the 2021 Barbasol Championship. Griffin, with rounds of 65-64-66, posted four birdies and one bogey today as he pursues his first PGA TOUR win.


Kevin Yu and Aaron Baddeley are tied for third place (-16, 197), two strokes back of the leaders.


Former Champ in Contention

2020 Butterfield Bermuda Championship winner Brian Gay shot a 66 for the third straight round to sit in 5th place, three shots back at -15, 194. His final score two years ago was -15 overall when he won. Playing here every year, he has now scored under-par in 14 of his 15 rounds with a lone 75 in the first round of 2021.

A Tale of Two Nines

Brent Grant, -11, 202, shot 69 today. He ran off six straight birdies from #2-7 before a bogey on #9 to make the turn at -14. But the back nine saw him card two birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey on #17 to finish the round xx strokes off the lead.



Michael Sims (+1, 73-70=143) was the low Bermudian in the field this week by two strokes over Jarryd Dillas (+3, 69-76=145). Dillas, who finished his last hole Saturday morning, posted the lowest score ever by a Bermudian competing in the tournament historically with an opening round 69. Fellow Bermudians Nick Jones (+5, 71-76=147) and Kim Swan (+28, 89-81=170) also competed.


Second Round Suspension

The second round was suspended due to darkness at 7:01 p.m. with two players, Tano Goya and Jarryd Dillas, yet to complete the round. It resumed at 9:12 a.m. and was completed at 9:17 a.m. Goya sunk his par putt to make the cut at -6 and play the weekend.


Pairings Guide

The public can access a free digital fan guide available at www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com. The Official Butterfield Bermuda Championship Pairings Guide includes daily pairings, a course map, a schedule of events and more.




Tickets are available on the tournament website at www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com.

Longtail Club tickets allow access to the Longtail Club, the Digicel Business Ocean Club and the tournament grounds. Every guest, including youth over the age of 2, must have a Longtail Club ticket to enter the Longtail Club. “Working badges” are a credential for designated staff members for the day; this is not an extra guest ticket.

Digicel Business Ocean Club tickets allow access to The Digicel Business Ocean Club and the tournament grounds. The arrival procedure is similar to that of Longtail and is day specific. Upon arrival at the Digicel Business Ocean Club, a volunteer at the entrance will scan the ticket and provide a hospitality wristband which will grant your readmission into the hospitality area.

General Admission Tickets – provide access to the tournament grounds. Each ticket is day specific. All spectators require a ticket to enter; youth fifteen (15) and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult. Concession stands will be available on holes 14/18 and 16/17.



Valet Parking – Passes provide access to the Port Royal Golf Course. Each parking pass is designated by day and may only be used on the date specified. Please hang the Lot V valet pass on clear display in your windscreen to pass the security checkpoint at the main entrance of Port Royal Golf Course. From Lot V, guest vehicles will be valeted to an offsite parking lot. When ready to leave the course, return to Port Royal Golf Course parking lot, and your vehicle will be returned. Bikes may also be valeted; please display your valet parking pass in a visible location for ease of entry at Middle Road.

General Parking by Car or Electric Vehicle – Free parking is available at the White Hill Field lot located off Middle Road. Guests can board the complimentary shuttle, running continuously to and from Port Royal Golf Course.

General Parking by Bike – Free parking is available at Death Valley Field. Guests can walk directly into the tournament main entrance off the Port Royal Golf Course hole 2.


Stay Hydrated

Attendees can bring any empty refillable personal water container with them to the course. Water stations are positioned throughout the golf course. Aspen Bermuda Limited will give away 500 reusable water bottles daily at the entrance gate to promote single-use plastic awareness. In addition, the volunteer headquarters provide reusable water bottles to all Butterfield Bermuda Championship volunteers. Concession stands will also serve drinks in reusable cups rather than single-use plastic cups.

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

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