Being a part of the PGA Tour, Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 is all set to roll at the En-Joie Golf Club in New York. The first round of the tournament will take place on Friday, August 19.
Established in 2007, the event is named after its sponsor Dick’s Sporting Goods, the largest sporting goods retailer of the USA. The game is played in a stroke play − 54 holes format. The field is set with a total purse of $2.1 million to reward the top players. The winner will receive a share of $315,000.
United States’s Cameron Beckman won the last season securing a 1-stroke victory over Ernie Els. The event was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
When Will The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 Be Held?
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 will commence on Friday, August 19 with its first round. The three-round event will run through to August 21.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022: Schedule
The full schedule of the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 containing the dates of each round is provided below:
|Round 1||August 19|
|Round 2||August 20|
|Final Round||August 21|
|Trophy Presentation||August 21|
How To Watch Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 On TV?
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 will be broadcasted on Golf Channel. The full schedule is as follows (All times EST):
- Friday (August 19): 8-10 p.m.
- Saturday (August 20) − 7-9 p.m.
- Sunday (August 21) − 5-7 p.m.
How To Live Stream The Tournament?
- Fubo TV
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 event will be live-streamed on Golf Channel’s official website GolfChannel.com. Fans can watch it on the streaming platform Fubo TV with a subscription fee.
Where Will The Tournament Take Place?
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 will take place at En-Joie Golf Club located in Endicott, New York, United States.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Open 2022 Tee Times: Round 1
All players start from tee#1:
|Tee Times (ET)*||1st Hole|
|9:20 AM||Rob Labritz, Tom Gillis, Ricardo Gonzalez|
|9:31 AM||Roger Rowland, Stephen Leaney, Andrew Johnson|
|9:42 AM||Mario Tiziani, Tim Bogue, Michael Muehr|
|9:53 AM||David McKenzie, Mike Goodes, David Branshaw|
|10:04 AM||Alex Cejka, Steven Alker, David Toms|
|10:15 AM||Darren Clarke, Padraig Harrington, Bernhard Langer|
|10:26 AM||Miguel Angel Jiménez, Jim Furyk, Ernie Els|
|10:37 AM||Cameron Beckman, Scott McCarron, Doug Barron|
|10:48 AM||John Daly, Mike Weir, Jeff Sluman|
|10:59 AM||Steve Flesch, John Huston, Paul Goydos|
|11:10 AM||Stuart Appleby, Colin Montgomerie, Tim Petrovic|
|11:21 AM||Scott Parel, Thongchai Jaidee, Lee Janzen|
|11:32 AM||Rod Pampling, Brett Quigley, Robert Karlsson|
|11:43 AM||Paul Broadhurst, Kevin Sutherland, Jeff Maggert|
|11:54 AM||Brandt Jobe, Gene Sauers, Tim Herron|
|12:05 PM||Dicky Pride, Woody Austin, Ken Tanigawa|
|12:16 PM||David Frost, Shane Bertsch, Fred Funk|
|12:27 PM||David Duval, Jesper Parnevik, Corey Pavin|
|12:38 PM||Wes Short, Jr., Marco Dawson, Ken Duke|
|12:49 PM||Russ Cochran, John Senden, Scott Dunlap|
|1:00 PM||Joe Durant, Rocco Mediate, Vijay Singh|
|1:11 PM||Y.E. Yang, Chris DiMarco, Matt Gogel|
|1:22 PM||Bob Estes, Olin Browne, Tom Pernice Jr.|
|1:33 PM||Jay Haas, Billy Andrade, Joey Sindelar|
|1:44 PM||Billy Mayfair, Robert Allenby, Tom Byrum|
|1:55 PM||Michael Allen, Glen Day, Duffy Waldorf|