Here’s a list of the golf tournaments on TV this week, including the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, European Tour, Korn Ferry, Champions, USGA and more.
All times below are Eastern and all are subject to change.
PGA Tour: Wyndham Championship
Site: Greensboro, North Carolina.
Course: Sedgefield CC. Yardage: normal: 7,131. Normal: 70.
Prize money: $ 6.4 million. Winner’s share: $ 1,157,000.
Television: Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Golf Channel), 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (CBS); Sunday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Golf Channel), 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (CBS).
Defending champion: Jim Herman.
FedEx Cup Leader: Collin Morikawa.
Last week: Abraham Ancer won the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and Erik van Rooyen won the Barracuda Championship.
Remarks: This is the last event of the regular season. The top 125 in the FedEx Cup advance to the playoffs and have full PGA Tour cards for next year if they aren’t already exempt. … Louis Oosthuizen, No. 8 in the FedEx Cup, is the only player who can reach No. 1 in the table with a victory. Player # 1 after this week receives a bonus of $ 2 million. … Former US Open champion Gary Woodland played the Barracuda Championship last week and his tie for seventh took him from No.119 to No.108. Rickie Fowler didn’t play last week and fell from No.125 to No.130. . .. Everyone from # 104 to # 151 in the leaderboard plays except Charles Howell III at # 137. This means Howell won’t make the playoffs for the first time since FedEx started. Cup. … Adam Scott (121), Matt Kuchar (124), Justin Rose (138) and Ryan Moore (142) have never missed the FedEx Cup qualifiers. All are on the ground. … CT Pan, who just won his bronze medal at the Olympics, is at No. 120. Silver medalist Rory Sabbatini is at No. 141. … Will Zalatoris is playing on a sponsor exemption. A win is the only way for him to qualify for the playoffs. Otherwise, he becomes a full member next season.
Next week: The Northern Trust.
USGA: American amateur
Site: Oakmont, Pennsylvania.
Course: Oakmont CC. Yardage: 7,254. normal: 70.
Television: Wednesday, 3 p.m.-4 p.m. (Peacock), 4 p.m.-6 p.m. (Golf Channel); Thursday to Friday, 11 a.m. to noon (Peacock), noon to 2 p.m. (Golf Channel). Saturday-Sunday, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Golf Channel), 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. (NBC).
Champion 2020: Tyler Strafaci.
Former US Amateur Champions at Oakmont: Nick Flanagan (2003), Steve Melnyk (1969), Willie Turnesa (1938), Bobby Jones (1925), S. Davidson Herron (1919).
Notes: This is the first USGA Championship at Oakmont since Dustin Johnson won the US Open in 2016. … The winner and runner-up earn a berth at the Masters and US Open next year, while that the champion also earns a place in the British Open. … Last year’s runner-up, Charles Osborne, is on the pitch. The winner, Tyler Strafaci, turned pro. … The 7,811 registrations approved for the US Amateur are the largest since 7,920 registrations in 1999 at Pebble Beach. … Six players exempt from qualifying have played at the US Open this year, including Walker Cup teammates Pierceson Coody and Cole Hammer. … Matthew Sharpstene, who also played at the US Open, reached the semi-finals last year. … Oakmont has hosted the US Open nine times. … The 312 players who qualified play 36 holes at Oakmont and Longue Vue Club, with the top 64 qualifying for match play at Oakmont. … The US Amateur dates back to 1895 when Charles MacDonald won at Newport.
Next year: Ridgewood CC in Paramus, New Jersey.
LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour: Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open
Site: Leven, Scotland.
Course: Dumbarnie links. Yardage: 6,453. Face value: 71.
Prize money: $ 1.5 million. Winner’s share: $ 225,000.
Television: Thursday-Sunday, 7 am-11am (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: Stacy Lewis.
Race to the leader of the Globe CME: Nelly Korda.
Last tournament: Pajaree Anannarukar won the ISPS Handa World Invitational.
Remarks: Olympic gold medalist Nelly Korda and her sister Jessica are not playing. They took a vacation to the Czech Republic to visit their families after the Olympics. … Bronze medalist Lydia Ko is one of 31 Olympic Games players to play in Scotland. This list includes Aditi Ashok from India, who finished one shot off the podium. … This is the fifth year that the Women’s Scottish Open has been part of the LPGA Tour program. … Dumbarnie Links is just south of St. Andrews. The tour will stay in the region next week for the Women’s British Open in Carnoustie. … The peloton includes three of the top 10 in the Race to CME Globe and three of the top 10 in the women’s world ranking. … Stacy Lewis won last year in the playoffs to beat Emily Kristine Pedersen, Azahara Munoz and Cheyenne Knight. … This is the third of four official LPGA Tour events in Europe. … There are three weeks left before the Solheim Cup at Inverness Club in Ohio. Qualifying ends after the Women’s British Open.
Next week: AIG Women’s British Open.
Online: https://www.lpga.com/ and https://ladieseuropeantour.com/
European tour: Cazoo Classic
Site: Ash, England.
Course: GC of London. Yardage: 7,327. Normal: 72.
Prize money: 1.25 million euros. Winner’s share: 208,333 euros.
Television (band delay): Thursday, 11:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 1:30 a.m. to 3:30 a.m. (Golf Channel); Sunday to Monday, 1 a.m. to 3 a.m. (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: New event.
Race to Dubai leader: Collin Morikawa.
Last week: Grant Forrest won the Hero Open and Abraham Ancer won the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.
Remarks: The tournament formerly known as the English Open dates back to 1988 and was last played in 2002 at Forest of Arden. Darren Clarke won that year for the third time in four years. … The prize fund was slightly larger in 2002 than it is this year. … Victor Perez is on the pitch. He fell just outside the top nine qualifying spots for the Ryder Cup. … British amateur champion Laird Shepherd is among those who have received a sponsorship invitation. … Perez is the only player in the world’s top 50 to play. … Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger, who opted out of the Olympics, is the 66th in the world and the other top 75 player on the pitch. … This is the seventh consecutive event of the European tour to be held in the UK or Ireland. It ends next week when the tour visits the Czech Republic.
Next week: D + D Real Czech Masters.
PGA Tour Champions: Shaw Charity Classic
Site: Calgary, Alberta.
Course: Canyon Meadows Golf & CC. Yardage: 7 086. Normal: 70.
Prize money: $ 2.35 million. Winner’s share: $ 352,500.
Television: Friday, 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Golf Channel-Tape Delay); Saturday-Sunday, 4-6 p.m. (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: Wes Short Jr.
Charles Schwab Cup Leader: Jerry Kelly.
Last tournament: Stephen Dodd won the Senior British Open.
Remarks: Former Masters champion Mike Weir will play in his home country for the first time as a member of the PGA Tour Champions. This will be the first time the PGA Tour Champions or PGA Tour has been hosted in Canada since the Shaw Charity Classic in 2019. … Among those on the pitch is Robert Allenby, who turned 50 last month and made his Champions debut in the Senior British Open, tied for the 64th. … Jerry Kelly, who leads the Charles Schwab Cup standings, is not playing this week. … Among those on the pitch are Bernhard Langer, Vijay Singh and Mike Weir. … Former British Open champion Todd Hamilton is on the pitch. He chose not to play the British Open last month at Royal St. George’s. … The PGA Tour Champions will stay in the north for the next few weeks. He goes from Calgary to outside Seattle for the Boeing Classic and then to Michigan.
Next week: Classic Boeing.
In line: https://www.pgatour.com/champions.html
Korn Ferry Tour: Pinnacle Bank Championship
Site: Omaha, Nebraska.
Course: The Club at Indian Creek. Yardage: 7,581. Face value: 71.
Prize money: $ 750,000. Winner’s share: $ 135,000.
Television: Thursday-Sunday, 6-8 p.m. (Golf Channel).
Defending champion: Seth Reeves.
Responsible for points: Stéphane Jaeger.
Last week: Joshua Creel won the Utah Championship.
Next week: Albertsons Boise Open.
In line: https://www.pgatour.com/korn-ferry-tour.html
Symetra visit: Four Winds Invitational, South Bend CC, South Bend, Indiana. Defending champion: Kim Kaufman. Online: https://www.symetratour.com/
Challenge Tour: Made is Esbjerg Challene, Esbjerg GC, Esbjerg, Denmark. Defending champion: Calum Hill (2019). Online: https://www.europeantour.com/challenge-tour/
Japan LPGA: NEC Karuizawa 72, Karuizawa 72 Golf (North), Nagano, Japan. Defending champion: Yuka Saso. Online: https://www.lpga.or.jp/en
Korean LPGA: Dayouwinia MBN Ladies Open, Montvert CC, Pocheon, South Korea. Defending champion: Min Ji Park. Online: https://www.klpga.co.kr