The 2022 DP World Tour returns to England with the start of the BMW PGA Championship 2022 on the 8th of September. Let us take a look at all that is essential for you to enjoy the event such as the schedule, tee times, and live stream information.
Previously named the British PGA Championship, it is an esteemed tournament on the European Tour. Due to the prestige of the tournament, along with the lucrative prize money that it offers, BMW PGA Championship has always welcomed the very best golfers on the tour. In 2022, we are witnessing a similar scenario as the leading players in the world of golf are all set to tee it off at the Wentworth Club in Surrey, England.
Defending Champion: Billy Horschel
The field of the tournament consists of 144 players. 13 of the 144 golfers are currently in the top 50 of PGA rankings. Among them, the best is 4-time major champion Rory McIlroy, who is also the clear favorite to win the tournament. Other than McIlroy, there are two more top 10 golfers; Jon Rahm(6) and Matt Fitzpatrick(10).
This strong field of world-class players is ready to fight for the ultimate triumph of winning this reputed Rolex Series at the historic Wentworth Club.
When will the tournament start?
BMW PGA Championship 2022 is set to start on Thursday 8 September. The four-day long will end on 11 September.
BMW PGA Championship 2022 Schedule:
The complete schedule with dates and start times are provided below:
|Round||Date||Start Time (ET)|
|1||8 September||7:00 a.m.|
|2||9 September||7:00 a.m.|
|3||10 September||7:00 a.m.|
|4||11 September||7:00 a.m.|
|Trophy Presentation Ceremony||11 September|
Where will the tournament take place?
- Venue: Wentworth Club
- Location: Virginia Water, Surrey, England
- Length: 7,267 yards (6,645 m)
The beautiful Wentworth Club situated in Virginia Water, England will play host to the BMW PGA Championship 2022 event. Wentworth Club is a 100-year-old golf club consisting of three separate eighteen-hole courses. The BMW PGA Championship has been played on the West Course since 1984.
How to watch BMW PGA Championship 2022 on TV?
- Golf Channel
- NBC Sports
- Sky Sports
Golf Channel and NBC Spots are both viable options to watch the BMW PGA Championship 2022 event from the US if you have cable TV. If you are trying to watch the 2022 BMW PGA Championship from the UK or Ireland, tune into the Sky Sports network.
How to Live Stream the tournament?
Golf TV will live stream BMW PGA Championship 2022 online on their website. Buy the subscription for $6.99/month and enjoy all the action from Surrey.
You may also watch the tournament on Peacock, which costs $5 per month for a standard subscription and $10 per month for premium plus service with no advertisements.
Fubo TV is a live streaming platform that will give you access to the Golf Channel. Fubo TV costs $69.99 per month
BMW PGA Championship 2022 purse is set to be $8,000,000. The winner of the tournament will bag himself a lucrative payout of $1.3 million.
BMW PGA Championship 2022 Tee Times:
Day 1: Thursday, 8 September 2022
- 06:40: Matthieu Pavon, Joakim Lagergren, Tapio Pulkkanen
- 06:50: Masahiro Kawamura, Matthew Jordan, Julien Guerrier
- 07:00: Shubhankar Sharma, Rikard Karlberg, David Drysdale
- 07:10: Frederic Lacroix, Kristian Johannessen, Oliver Bekker
- 07:20: Greig Hutcheon, David Horsey, Scott Jamieson
- 07:30: Abraham Ancer, Scott Hend, Sebastian Soderberg
- 07:40: Maverick Antcliff, Jamie Donaldson, Matthew Southgate
- 07:50: Antoine Rozner, Graeme Mcdowell, Sami Valimaki
- 08:00: Nacho Elvira, Johannes Veerman, Steven Brown
- 08:10: Thriston Lawrence, Richie Ramsay, Pablo Larrazabal
- 08:20: Rafa Cabrera Bello, Dean Burmester, Ryan Fox
- 08:30: Matt Fitzpatrick, Rory Mcilroy, Billy Horschel
- 08:45: Shane Lowry, Justin Rose, Tommy Fleetwood
- 08:55: Adrian Meronk, Edoardo Molinari, Hurly Long
- 09:05: Kurt Kitayama, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Oliver Wilson
- 09:15: Nicolas Colsaerts, Alexander Bjork, Stephen Gallacher
- 09:25: Sergio Garcia, Kalle Samooja, Andrea Pavan
- 09:35: Daniel Gavins, Bernd Wiesberger, Grant Forrest
- 09:45: Chris Wood, Jonathan Caldwell, Mikko Korhonen
- 09:55: Aaron Rai, Ian Poulter, Jason Scrivener
- 10:05: Joachim B Hansen, Callum Shinkwin, Talor Gooch
- 10:15: Wil Besseling, Jack Senior, Matti Schmid
- 10:25: Adrian Otaegui, Chris Paisley, Jack Singh Brar
- 10:35: Julien Brun, Darius Van Driel, David Law
- 10:50: Alejandro Canizares, Marc Warren, Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez
- 11:00: Francesco Laporta, Romain Langasque, Justin Walters
- 11:10: Lucas Bjerregaard, Fabrizio Zanotti, Andy Sullivan
- 11:20: Laurie Canter, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Richard Sterne
- 11:30: Thongchai Tha Jaidee, Soren Kjeldsen, Shaun Norris
- 11:40: Sam Horsfield, Jazz Janewattananond, Jeff Winther
- 11:50: Ross Fisher, Guido Migliozzi, James Morrison
- 12:00: Marcus Armitage, Branden Grace, Kristoffer Broberg
- 12:10: Victor Dubuisson, Connor Syme, Marcus Helligkilde
- 12:20: Matt Wallace, Thomas Bjorn, Danny Willett
- 12:30: Min Woo Lee, Lucas Herbert, Ewen Ferguson
- 12:40: Jon Rahm, Viktor Hovland, Tyrrell Hatton
- 12:55: Adam Scott, Nicolai Hojgaard, Thomas Pieters
- 13:05: Francesco Molinari, Robert Macintyre, Luke Donald
- 13:15: Rasmus Hojgaard, Victor Perez, Jordan Smith
- 13:25: Thorbjorn Olesen, Eddie Pepperell, Thomas Detry
- 13:35: Adri Arnaus, Lee Westwood, Haotong Li
- 13:45: Maximilian Kieffer, Brandon Stone, Sean Crocker
- 13:55: Patrick Reed, Jorge Campillo, Garrick Higgo
- 14:05: John Catlin, Richard Bland, Daniel Van Tonder
- 14:15: George Coetzee, Nino Bertasio, Joost Luiten
- 14:25: Justin Harding, Marcus Kinhult, Ashun Wu
- 14:35: Wade Ormsby, Nicolai Von Dellingshausen, Santiago Tarrio
- 14:45: Darren Fichardt, Dale Whitnell, Ricardo Gouveia
*All times are in BST(local time).