2022 Butterfield Bermuda Championship ends tomorrow [Oct 30] In the final round fueled by Rubis. Tee times begin at 7:40 am with all golfers teeing off twosomes from hole #1. The leaders will tee off at 1:20pm and play will end around 5:30pm with the closing ceremony on his 18th green.
Players are competing for a prize of $6.5 million. The winner will get him $1.17 million and his 500 FedExCup points. Winner will receive a two-year PGA TOUR waiver, 20 Official World Golf Ranking Points, multiple tournaments including 2023 Masters, 2023 PGA Championship, 2023 The Players Championship and next year’s Sentry Champions of Champions is also given.
club house leader
Seamus Power and Ben Griffin (-18, 195) are leading the way into the final round, both setting new tournament records with low scoring 54 holes. His previous lowest 54-hole score was -17, 196, set by Harry Higgs in 2019, and was matched last year by Taylor Pendris.
In the 65-65-65 round, Power had eight birdies and a double bogey today in an attempt to win the PGA Tour for the second time in his career. He won the 2021 Barbasol Championship. Griffin recorded four birdies and his one bogey in the round of his 65-64-66, seeking his first PGA Tour victory.
Kevin Yu and Aaron Baddeley are tied for third (-16, 197), two strokes behind the leader.
former champion in contention
2020 Butterfield Bermuda Championship winner Brian Gay posted three consecutive rounds of 66 to finish fifth, three strokes behind -15,194. Playing here every year, he has scored under par in 14 of the 15 rounds, and in the first round of 2021 he has scored 75.
2 Tales of the Nine
Brent Grant, -11, 202, 69 today. He took his sixth straight birdie from #2-7 before bogeying at #9 and turning at -14. However, on the back nine he recorded his two birdies, three bogeys and a double his bogey on his 17th to finish the round by xx strokes.
Michael Sims (+1, 73-70=143) was the bottom Bermudian on the field this week, two strokes ahead of Jared Dilas (+3, 69-76=145). After completing the final hole on Saturday morning, Dylas had the lowest score ever for a Bermudian, opening his round with a 69 for him. Fellow Bermudians Nick Jones (+5, 71-76=147) and Kim Suwan (+28, 89-81=170) also competed.
The second round was suspended due to darkness at 7:01 pm, with two players Tano Goya and Jared Dilas still not completing their rounds. It resumed at 9:12am and finished at 9:17am. Goya sank a par putt, cut at -6 and played the weekend.
The general public has access to a free digital fan guide available at www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com. The official Butterfield Bermuda Championship Pairing Guide includes daily pairings, course maps, schedule of events and more.
Tickets are available on the tournament website www.butterfieldbdachampionship.com.
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