GolfOpen de Espana 2022: Schedule, How To Live Stream, Tee Times

Open de Espana 2022: Schedule, How To Live Stream, Tee Times

The Acciona Open de Espana 2022 presented by Madrid is often called ‘Open de España.’ Formerly, it was named the Spanish Open. The event was founded in 1912 and has been a part of the European Tour since 1972. This year, it will take place at the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, located in Madrid, the capital of Spain.

The world’s top-class golfers will compete in the tournament. Madrid Trophy Promotion has taken charge of organizing the event since 2019. The total prize money is worth €1,750,000, which will be distributed among the top players in the contest.

The course will feature Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood, who owns five DP World Tour titles. World No. 6 Jon Rahm will participate and aim to lift the title for the third time after winning back-to-back in 2018 and 2019. Other notable names who will compete in the event are Brandon Stone, Min Woo Lee, Chris Wood, Thomas Bjorn, and local heroes like Pablo Larrazábal, Jorge Campillo, Nacho Elvira, and many more.

Defending Champion: Rafa Cabrera-Bello

Home favorite Rafael Cabrera-Bello claimed the title of the Open de España last year. He secured victory over his fellow Spaniard opponent Adri Arnaus with a birdie on the first extra hole.

Cabrera-Bello tied with Billy Horschel to share the ninth spot at the BMW PGA Championship, held at Wentworth Club in England last month. He currently ranks 33rd in the DP World Tour rankings, however, 183rd in the Official World Golf Ranking. The 38-year-old has bagged seven professional titles in his kit, including four from the European Tour.

When will the Open de Espana 2022 be held?

The Open de España 2022 will start on Thursday, October 6. The tournament will conclude on Sunday, October 9.

Open de Espana 2022: Schedule

Find the full schedule of the Open de Espana 2022 below:

Events Date Day
Round 1 October 6 Thursday
Round 2 October 7 Friday
Round 3 October 8 Saturday
Final Round October 9 Sunday

How to watch Open de Espana 2022 on TV?

  • Golf Channel

Golf Channel will telecast the Open de España 2022 in the United States and Canada. The channel will air the event from 07:30 am to 12:30 pm ET every day from October 6-9.

Different TV channels reserve broadcasting right in specific regions. Here is the complete list.

  • United Kingdom – Sky Sports
  • Australia– Fox Sports
  • France– Golf Channel FR
  • Germany/Austria/Switzerland– XYZ Sports
  • Belgium/Netherlands– Ziggo Sport
  • Hong Kong– Now TV
  • Iceland– Stod2
  • India/ Latin America/ Middle East– Golf.tv
  • Czech Republic / Romania / Hungary– Golf Channel CZ
  • China– iQiyi
  • Japan– WOWOW
  • Korea– JTBC Golf
  • Malaysia– Astro
  • New Zealand– Sky TV
  • Portugal– Sport TV
  • Scandinavia – TV3 Sport
  • Singapore – Star Hub
  • South Africa – Super Sport
  • Spain – Movistar Plus
  • Taiwan – Sport Cast
  • Thailand – Golf Channel

How to live stream the tournament?

  • golfchannel.com
  • fuboTV

Fans can watch live streaming of the Open de España 2022 on the official website of Golf Channel that visits golfchannel.com. fuboTV will also provide the streaming with a subscription fee required. Its Pro monthly plan costs $69.99 a month. However, new members can start with a free trial.

Where will the tournament take place?

  • Club de Campo Villa de Madrid, Spain

The Open de España 2022 will be held at the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid in Spain. The course was founded in 1929 and is considered one of the best and most prestigious in Spain. This historic course has the record of featuring legends like Colin Montgomerie, Jack Nicklaus, and Severiano Ballesteros.

Open de Espana 2022 Tee Times: Round 1

All players start from tee#1: (All Times in ET)

2:40 AM Daan Huizing, Eduardo De la Riva, Ondrej Lieser
2:50 AM Pep Angles, Benjamin Hebert, Ross McGowan
3:00 AM Robin Roussel, Lorenzo Gagli, Michael Lorenzo-Vera
3:10 AM Julian Suri, Quim Vidal, Andrea Pavan
3:20 AM Marcus Helligkilde, Jordi Garcia, Niklas Lemke
3:30 AM Daniel Bradbury, Stephen Gallacher, Jason Scrivener
3:40 AM Antonio Hortal, Joachim B. Hansen, Craig Howie
3:50 AM Hennie du Plessis, Ben Evans, Samuel Del Val
4:00 AM Jack Singh Brar, Hugo Esposito, Matthieu Pavon
4:10 AM Haydn Porteous, Richard McEvoy, Juan Salama
4:20 AM Mikko Korhonen, Joost Luiten, Álvaro José Arizabaleta
7:10 AM Yannik Paul, Joakim Lagergren, Maverick Antcliff
7:20 AM Jonathan Caldwell, Victor Dubuisson, Alex Esmatges
7:30 AM Renato Paratore, Niall Kearney, Zhengkai Bai
7:40 AM Niklas Norgaard Moller, Filippo Celli, Santiago Tarrio
7:50 AM Alvaro Quiros, Daniel Gavins, Richie Ramsay
8:00 AM Tommy Fleetwood, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Oliver Wilson
8:10 AM Eddie Pepperell, Ignacio Elvira Mijares, Edoardo Molinari
8:20 AM Alejandro Cañizares, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Daniel van Tonder
8:30 AM Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño, Tom Lewis, Marcel Siem
8:40 AM Lucas Bjerregaard, Zander Lombard, Steven Brown
8:50 AM David Horsey, Daniel Berna Manzanares, David Drysdale

 

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