PGA 2020 Bermuda Championship Updated Outrights and Top Players Analysis
PGA 2020 Bermuda Championship
Date: Oct 29-Nov 1, 2020
Course: Port Royal GC
Purse: $ 4,000,000
TV: Golf Channel, ESPN+
Brendon Todd will defend his 2019 title at the inaugural The Bermuda Championship 2020 where he brings mixed terrain to the Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton, Bermuda. This week's winner will receive an invitation to the Masters 2021 next April.
Here's a look at the ranking of the top 30 golfers from the 2020 Bermuda Championship.
Brendon Todd was not quite convincing in the back-to-back CJ Cup and ZOZO Championship, but he only missed one cup since the Travelers Championship and has been a constant in the top-25. Todd is also the reigning champion in Bermuda, where he was -24 last year. This course seems to suit Todd thanks to his short game and course management.
Wesley Bryan has one of the best short games in this area and just finished 12th in the Sanderson Farms Championship. Bryan has finished in the top 25 in three of his last six events overall. While the sample size is small and it's hard to ignore the struggles of years past, it is a real opportunity for Bryan to build on that success and raise the rankings.
Emiliano Grillo has quietly made the cut in eight consecutive events and should be well rested after a few weeks off. This is the weakest course that Grillo has played since that change, so getting a win wouldn't be so surprising.
Adam Schenk made the cut in 10 consecutive events, which is one of the longest active stretches of the tour, and just finished near the top 25 at Shriners. Schenk is in the best shape of any golfer in this area, and if so, he has a real chance of winning.
Doc Redman failing in four of his last eight events has been making money when it comes to the weekend. Redman has finished in the top 30 in his last seven cup events including two top-five finishes in his last three events.
Henrik Stenson The main attraction of the Bermuda Championship is likely to be more focused on his preparations for the Masters, but there is no denying that he could win this tournament if he concentrates.
Denny McCarthy He comes off a tie for sixth at the Sanderson Farms Championship and 57th at the Shriners and has an average of 0.91SG put per round.