This year marks the 22nd Anniversary of the Barracuda Championship and as many years of bringing first-class professional athletes to Reno Tahoe. A favorite among golf professionals, the Barracuda Championship is one of only 46 stops on the PGA TOUR and the ONLY stop offering the Modified Stableford playing format! This exciting scoring system encourages professionals to play aggressively as lower scores on more difficult holes are handsomely rewarded. Fans can watch the world’s best golfers up-close-and-personal as they compete for a $3.5 million purse and 300 FedExCup points. Broadcast daily on The Golf Channel.
In 2020, the tournament will be breaking in a new home. The stunning Old Greenwood in Truckee is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course and provides a challenging, yet beautiful test for 132 top-notch PGA TOUR professionals. The course is located on 600 acres of lush forest and surrounded by the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Fun Fan Activities!
The Barracuda Championship is a fan-first tournament with plenty of activities the entire family can enjoy both on and off-course. For a detailed schedule of events, tickets, parking and shuttle information, click here.
Purchase Your Ticket and Parking Pass
Don’t miss the 2020 Barracuda Championship! Choose from single day General Admission, Season Pass or Clubhouse Season Pass tickets. Fans also have the option to experience the tournament in style with VIP options (coming soon). Explore your ticket and parking options here.
Interested in Volunteering?
Want a true “behind-the-scenes” experience of a PGA TOUR tournament? Become a volunteer in 2020! The Barracuda Championship boasts an amazing force of over 800 volunteers and they could use your help in a variety of positions throughout the week. Even if you can’t volunteer, you can still help by forwarding this opportunity to friends, family or organizations that you are affiliated with. For more information, call 775.322.3900 or click here.
The Golf Channel Live Coverage
All four action-filled days of the Barracuda Championship are broadcast LIVE on The Golf Channel for the days you can’t make it up to the course.