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Thursday, October 14, 2021
Sims Joins Butterfield Bermuda Championship Live Talk 10am

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The Butterfield Bermuda Championship is fast approaching and islandstats.com has teamed up with Tournament organizers to bring you updates as it relates to the event scheduled for October 28th – 31st.

As we know, yesterday Professional's Michael Sims, Camiko Smith, Chaka DeSilva, and Amateur Damian Palanyandi have joined Brian Morris in the field of the 132 Golfers who will compete in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.

Three-time Bermuda Championship qualifier Sims will join Justin Belanger the Butterfield Bermuda Championship Tournament Director live at 10:00 am.

 
 
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Only Thursday and Friday General Admission Tickets Remain

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Fans are encouraged to act quickly to purchase their tickets for the third annual Butterfield Bermuda Championship. The PGA TOUR event, which is being contested October 28 to 31 at Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton, will sell out.

Since going on sale last week ago, no general admission tickets remain for the weekend rounds. Gates are open to the public starting Thursday, October 28 with daily general admission available for $35. The Butterfield Bermuda Championship will feature 132 of the world’s top professional golfers, with a cut to low 65 and ties after 36 holes. Support all five Bermudians highlighting this year’s field by securing tickets for Thursday or Friday rounds. Michael Sims, Camiko Smith, Chaka DeSilva, and Damian Palanyandi qualified through this week’s local qualifier and join previously announced sponsor exemption, Brian Morris.

Tickets will not be sold at the gate and are available only in advance through the Championship website. All spectators two years and older must have a ticket to access the grounds of Port Royal Golf Course. The Butterfield Bermuda Championship welcomed an expanded partnership with their official cyber security partner, Digicel Business, as the 2021 online ticketing platform.

“As we continue to push forward as a Digital Operator, Digicel is excited to extend our partnership with the Butterfield Bermuda Championship and provide a new innovative platform for the event’s ticketing,” said Kevin Beckett, Head of Business Solutions. “Our mission is to provide solutions to all of Bermuda’s needs, for both consumer and business, and we’re looking forward to another successful year of golf.”

Thursday at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship is Hope brought to you by Digicel Business. Spectators are encouraged to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Show support throughout the island by wearing pink for the opening day of the Championship. Various activations will help raise awareness and additional funds for Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre, including a text-to-donate feature that is now live. Text “Donate” to 5050 and support Hope Brought to you by Digicel Business with a $16 donation.

For an upgraded VIP experience, enjoy the Digicel Business Ocean Club. Overlooking Port Royal Golf Course’s signature 16th hole, hospitality tickets include all-inclusive beverage and light hors d’oeuvres. Less than 50 tickets remain per day, Thursday to Sunday. Contact Justin Belanger at justin@butterfieldbdachampionship.com for details.
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Bermuda Players Qualify for the Butterfield Bermuda Championship

Sims - Smith - DeSilva & Palanyandi
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Professional's Michael Sims, Camiko Smith, Chaka DeSilva, and Amateur Damian Palanyandi have joined Brian Morris in the field of the 132 Golfers who will compete in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.
Click Here to see Butterfield Bermuda Championship Qualifier 2021 Day 2 Oct 13th 2021

Sims showed his poise, carding two-over-par 144 to earn his third start in the PGA TOUR event. The top finishing Bermudian, winning by four strokes, had the low round of the day with a second-straight one-over-par 72.

Winds subsided for the second round of the local qualifier and the pressure was high for the golfers. Smith carded a five-over 76 to finish at six-over 148 and get his second consecutive start. DeSilva will make his professional debut after finishing at eight-over par 150 with a round of 73. Palanyandi also finished with a round of 73 for a nine-over par 151. This will be his first start on the PGA TOUR.

Butterfield Bermuda Championship Local Qualifier Final Leaderboard

+02 Michael Sims- Champion
+06 Camiko Smith - Qualified
+08 Chaka DeSilva - Qualified
+09 Damian Palanyandi (a) – Qualified

+10 Fraser Hunt (a)
+12 Jevon Roberts (a)
+14 Will Haddrell (a)
+15 Kim Swan
+15 Chris Grantier
+15 Nicholas Jones
+16 Anthony Phipps
+16 Jarryd Dillas (a)
+16 Kenneth Leseur (a)
+17 Dwayne Pearman
+18 Scott Roy
+19 Christopher Smith
+23 Andrew Trott-Francis
+24 Mark Phillips
+25 Scott Barnett (a)
+28 Steven Lambert
+28 Jeffrey Lindo
+28 Delyone Borden
+32 Dwayne Gibson

 
 
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Sims & Smith Lead Bermuda Championship Qualifiers

Qualifiers Day 1 Leaders Sims & Smith
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Butterfield Bermuda Championship Local Qualifier got underway at the Port Royal Golf Course, twenty-three players began vying for the four spots in the starting field for the 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship.
Click Here to see Butterfield Bermuda Championship Qualifier 2021 Day 1 Oct 12th 2021

The defending champion Camiko Smith and Michael Sims are the Day One leaders at 1-over par. Smith was at Even Par through 17, but a Bogey on the 18th saw him finish with a round of 72 with Sims recording a par on the final hole.

Will Haddrell is at 5-over par 76, while Chaka DeSilva is a further stroke back in 4th place.

Four spots in the starting field for the 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship, with one day to play several players, have it all to play for on Day Two tomorrow.


Butterfield Bermuda Championship Local Qualifier Day One Leaderboard

1 Michael Sims
1 Camiko Smith

5 Will Haddrell
6 Chaka DeSilva
7 Chris Grantier
7 Fraser Hunt
7 Damian Palanyandi
8 Kim Swan
9 Dwayne Pearman
9 Kenneth Leseur
9 Jevon Roberts
9 Scott Roy
9 Nicholas Jones
10 Scott Barnett
10 Delyone Borden
11 Jeffrey Lindo
12 Andrew Trott-Francis
12 Christopher Smith
12 Jarryd Dillas
13 Mark Phillips
13 Anthony Phipps
17 Dwayne Gibson
20 Steven Lambert

 
 
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Butterfield Bermuda Championship Talk Live @ 3pm

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The Butterfield Bermuda Championship is fast approaching and islandstats.com has teamed up with Tournament organizers to bring you updates as it relates to the event scheduled for October 28th – 31st.

As a standalone event in 2021, the 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship field size will be expanded from 120 to 132 players with 500 FedExCup points being awarded to the winner and an increased purse of $6.5 million. The field features a minimum of four Bermudians who gain entry via a Local Qualifying event.

Earlier today, the Butterfield Bermuda Championship has been granted a Letter of no objection by the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Sport to host limited general admission spectators. Tickets are now on sale for the third playing of Bermuda’s official PGA TOUR event returning to Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, October 28th to 31st.

 
 
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