After COVID-19 took away player's chances to use the TPC Colorado Berthoud clubhouse (newly renovated) and took away spectators for the 7-day championship in 2020, the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes returns in 2021 to full capacity.

At a press conference for TPC Colorado on Tuesday, June 15 in Berthoud, tournament director Drew Blass mentioned that this year, the tournament will offer something exciting for both new and seasoned players:

"We’re in year three and we have something special. This year, we’re in a brand new clubhouse, we’ve added more activity areas and we also have more viewing areas and enhanced hospitality.

Blass continued on to say that he's proud that Colorado now has a way to showcase professional golf alongside its beautiful landscapes in Berthoud, Colorado.

Tournament business relations director Bo DeHuff said the tournament has great partners here in Colorado, and that having competitive golf in this market is crucial as a market that loves not just professional sports, but golf as well: "We want this to be one of the best events on the Korn Ferry tour."

Practice rounds begin on July 5 and 6. Then, on July 7, NoCo golf lovers can grab tickets to witness the pro-am, and tournament rounds will begin on July 8 with professional golfers competing for the $600,000 purse and the chance to reach the PGA Tour.

It's a good year to be a golf lover here in Colorado. To learn more about the tournament and tickets, read more here. 


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