The Jonsson Workwear Open 2023, an important event of the DP world tour is going to start on march 23 at the Club at Steyn City. Here, we will discuss the preview, schedule, live stream, TV, and course details.
Previously, Jonsson Workwear Open was a part of the Sunshine tournament. The tournament will feature 156 top golf players in the world. Shaun Norris is the defending champion of the event. He finished at 32 at his most recent tournament in the SDC Championship.
French Golfer Matthieu Pavon will be an important player to watch, as he has been playing well in his last couple of tournaments. He finished 8th in the SDC Championship, and 6th in the Singapore Classic this year.
English golfer Matthew Baldwin will try to continue his form, he won the SDC Championship last week. The South African Championship 2022 winner Thriston Lawrence is also in the field. So there will be no lackings of star face in the event.
When is Jonsson Workwear Open 2023?
The tournament will start on Thursday, March 23, and continue till Sunday, March 26.
Here is the detailed schedule of the tournament:
- Round 1: Thursday, March 23
- Round 2: Friday, March 24
- Round 3: Saturday, March 25
- Final Round: Sunday, March 26
Where will the event take place?
Course: The Club at Steyn City
The tournament will take place at the Club at Steyn City. The venue has a total length of 7054 yards.
How to Watch Jonsson Workwear Open 2023 on TV?
The Jonsson Workwear Open 2023 will be shown on Golf Channel in the United States. Golf Channel offers the TV broadcasting of every DP tour event of the season.
Sky Sports Golf:
In the UK, Sky Sports Golf is the home of golf. You can catch both PGA and DP tour events on the channel.
In Australia, the live TV broadcasting of this DP tour event will be available on Fox Sports.
How To Live Stream the tournament?
- Fubo TV
- Sky Sports APP
Golfchannel.com will be telecasting the live streaming of the Jonsson Workwear Open 2023 on their platform. You can also watch the event on Fubo. Fubo will cost $69.99 a month.
In the UK, Sky Sports Golf will show all the live streaming of the tournament to the fans. if you are someone from Australia, you can deeply rely on Kayo Sports. Their monthly package starts from $25 AUD.