Aramco Team Series 2021 is a kind of tournament where the world’s best LPGA golf players will strive with each other in the latest newest concept.
The Aramco Team Series is the very first series on any professional trip which is recognized across three continents. And also it is played by the best LPGA players.
These best players compete with each other for only a $1M price reserve. In this series, expert gold players will also compete with their opposition for a $200,000 purse for the prominent particular records over the series.
Here we prepare an article on Aramco team Series 2021. We will talk about start time, schedule, how to live stream, and how to watch on TV. Plus, we also discuss some interesting facts too.
So, let’s started.
When and Where The Aramco Team Series 2021 will take place?
The Aramco team Series 2021 will take place in New York at Glen Oaks Club, Long Island. This team tournament will start from 14th October and it will end up on 16th October.
Tee times commence at 7.20 am local time (12.20 pm BST) on days one and two.
How to Watch Aramco Team Series 2021 Live Stream?
Aramco Team Series live stream is available on Sky Sports. This channel will be broadcasting the whole tournament live.
For UK viewers, head to Sky Sports to watch live action from New York, with four hours of coverage scheduled each day.
Worldwide viewers can follow along via the Sky Sports YouTube channel, which will stream live in tandem with the TV broadcast.
Thursday, October 14:
- 6 pm-10 pm – Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf, YouTube
Friday, October 15:
- 6 pm-10 pm – Sky Sports Golf, YouTube
Saturday, October 16:
- 7.30 pm -11.30 pm – Sky Sports Golf, YouTube
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What is the 2021 Aramco Team Series format?
The first event of its kind on any professional tour, the Aramco Team Series sees pros and amateurs compete together with money and titles on the line.
Each team consists of three professionals and one amateur, with captains choosing their first player via an NFL-style draft. Completing the line-ups, the final pro-team-mate and competing amateur are randomly assigned.
It takes place over three rounds, with two of four scores on each hole counting towards the team score, while the pros also vie for the individual trophy.
Not only is there a $1 million prize fund on offer, but the result also counts towards the world rankings, as well as the Solheim Cup and Race to Costa del Sol rankings.