Bermuda Championship set to be 1st PGA Tour stop to allow fans since March
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The Bermuda Championship will allow a limited number of spectators when it begins play next month, according to its website.

The tournament is set to become the first PGA Tour stop with fans since the Players Championship was canceled in March.

Fans will have their temperature checked upon arrival and be required to wear face masks on the grounds while maintaining social distancing. Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the venue.

Additionally, autographs will not be permitted.

Bermuda has conducted more than 60,000 COVID-19 tests while reporting 181 total cases and nine deaths, according to Golf Channel's Will Gray.

Events following the Bermuda Championship will allow fans on a case-by-case basis depending on local regulation, per Golf Digest's Brian Wacker.

The Bermuda Championship begins Oct. 29. Brendon Todd is the defending champion.

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