Times-Call (Longmont)

TPC Colorado Championsh­ip to host fans in 2021

- BY EDDIE HERZ LOVELAND REPORTER-HERALD

On July 5, the Korn Ferry Tour returns to

Ber thoud as Pga-aspiring golfers will hit the links for the third annual TPC Colorado Championsh­ip at Heron Lakes.

In 2020, Will Zalatoris seized his first-ever Korn Ferry victory at the aforementi­oned event en route to obtaining his PGA Tour card and placing second at The 2021 Masters Tournament eight months later on April 11.

Unfor tunately, amid the coronaviru­s pandemic, local fans could not enjoy the up-and-coming profession­al’s brilliance in person while the tournament prohibited spectator attendance last summer.

However, in positive news for golf fanatics, that won’t be the case this time around as the Korn Ferry Tour unveiled an extensive listing of ticket sales for the 2021’s edition of the event at Heron Lakes on Monday.

“We are beyond excited to welcome our communitie­s back to join us this summer! Our tournament is just not the same without the supportive fans, par tners, and volunteers,” TPC Colorado director Drew Blass said in a press release. “Tournament staff are committed to providing a safe and fun experience for all tournament attendees. Anyone is welcome, you don’t have to be an avid follower of the PGA TOUR or the Korn Ferry Tour. It’s a great way to get outside, help out and enjoy a profession­al spor ting event on the Front Range.”

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