Tour Championship Golf 2021
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The top 30 golf players around the globe are going to participate in the Tour Championship 2021 from 2 September in the East Lake Golf Club.

The tournament is starting just after the conclusion of the BMW Championship and this is going to be the final event of the PGA Tour FedEx Cup playoffs. After this, the golfers will move on to the next leg of the three-event series, the Tour Championship in Atlanta.

  • Defending Champion: Dustin Johnson

The 2021 Tour Championship field:

  • 1. Patrick Cantlay (4) – 4301.55 points
  • 2. Bryson DeChambeau (9) – 3189.30 points
  • 3. Tony Finau (1) – 3564.14 points
  • 4. Jon Rahm (2) – 3063.26 points
  • 5. Cameron Smith (3) – 2820.52 points
  • 6. Justin Thomas (5) – 2370.88 points
  • 7. Harris English (8) – 2247.86 points
  • 8. Abraham Ancer (10) – 2240.91 points
  • 9. Jordan Spieth (7) – 2232.08 points
  • 10. Sam Burns (12) – 2213.85 points
  • 11. Collin Morikawa (6) – 2187.76 points
  • 12. Sungjae Im (25) – 2141.42 points
  • 13. Viktor Hovland (14) – 1951.37 points
  • 14. Louis Oosthuizen (11) – 1935.49 points
  • 15. Dustin Johnson (22) – 1889.88 points
  • 16. Rory McIlroy (28) – 1877.81 points
  • 17. Xander Schauffele (13) – 1854.45 points
  • 18. Jason Kokrak (17) – 1847.04 points
  • 19. Kevin Na (18) – 1815.82 points
  • 20. Brooks Koepka (15) – 1793.10 points
  • 21. Corey Conners (20) – 1684.23 points
  • 22. Hideki Matsuyama (16) – 1681.32 points
  • 23. Stewart Cink (19) – 1655.90 points
  • 24. Joaquin Niemann (21) – 1629.35 points
  • 25. Scottie Scheffler (24) – 1608.04 points
  • 26. Daniel Berger (23) – 1594.36 points
  • 27. Erik van Rooyen (45) – 1447.67 points
  • 28. Sergio Garcia (44) – 1399.69 points
  • 29. Billy Horschel (27) – 1397.43 points
  • 30. Patrick Reed (26) – 1380.82 points

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Tour Championship 2021 Schedule:

The tournament will start on 2 September and will continue until 5 September 2021. The detailed schedules of the events are given below.

Monday, August 30

  • Golf Course Closed to Public
  • Practice Round for Professionals

Tuesday, August 31

  • Golf Course Closed to Public
  • Practice Round for Professionals
  • TBD Player Press Conferences
  • 6 – 9 p.m. Payne Stewart Award Ceremony
  • 7 – 8 p.m. Golf Channel Broadcast of Payne Stewart Award

Wednesday, September 1

  • Gates Open at 9 a.m.
  • Practice Round for Professionals
  • 9:30 a.m. Callaway Wounded Warrior Club Fitting
  • TBD Player Press Conferences
  • 3 p.m. TOUR Championship Charity Challenge – Back Nine, East Lake Golf Club

Thursday, September 2

  • Gates Open at 10 a.m.
  • 11:15 a.m. HOPE Tee Shot Ceremony
  • 11:45 a.m. – 2:05 p.m. First Round of Competition – Tee Times (Approximate)
  • 1 – 6 p.m. GOLF Channel Broadcast (Live)

Friday, September 3

  • Gates Open at 10 a.m.
  • 11:45 a.m. – 2:05 p.m. Second Round of Competition – Tee Times (Approximate)
  • 1 – 6 p.m. GOLF Channel Broadcast (Live)

Saturday, September 4

  • Gates Open at 10 a.m.
  • 11:40 a.m. – 2 p.m. Third Round of Competition – Tee Times (Approximate)
  • 1 – 2:30 p.m. GOLF Channel Broadcast (Live)
  • 2:30 – 7 p.m. NBC Broadcast (Live)

Sunday, September 5

  • Gates Open at 10 a.m.
  • 10 a.m. Edward Jones GSGA Junior Skills Challenge
  • 11:45 a.m. – 2:05 p.m. Final Round of Competition – Tee Times (Approximate)
  • 12 – 1:30 p.m. GOLF Channel Broadcast (Live)
  • 1:30 – 6 p.m. NBC Broadcast (Live)
  • 6 p.m. Closing Ceremony – 18th Green

Tour Championship 2021 Venue:

The course which has been selected for this tournament is the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga. So, the people of Atlanta Georgia will be able to witness this event from the field. This course has a length of  7,346 yards and has a total of 18 holes. 

Tickets:

The tickets for the tournament are on sale. The average price of the tickets for the tournament is $120.60. The tickets for the early rounds are cheaper than those for the later rounds. You can buy the tickets for the first round only for $33.00.

The Tour Championship will provide complimentary grounds tickets from Wednesday through Sunday, to active, retired, reserved and National Guard military members to watch the world’s best golfers compete in the PGA TOUR’s season final

The youths under 15 years will also have the privilege to watch this tournament for free. There is no pre-registration required.

So grab your tickets from here before the sales run out.

How to watch the Tournament:

Watch Tour Championship Live on TV:

The golf Channel has the right to broadcast all the matches of the tournament. But at first, You have to be their paid subscriber. Their subscription will cost only $69.

You can also watch the tournament on NBC Sports. They will broadcast the tournament to their customers. Sky Sports will also cover the matches and show them to their viewers.

In Australia, Fox Sports will be broadcasting the tournament.

Live Stream the Tour Championship:

If you are out of the reach of cable services, you will find plenty of options to watch the Tour CHampionship live stream online. Fubo TV will show every match of the tournament. Their subscription will cost $80 per month.

NBCsports.com has also the right to broadcast the matches. They will allow this service only to their subscriber. If you are not subscribed yet, go to their official website and subscribe to them quickly.

If you are a golf fan, call your friends, grab some popcorn and watch all the exciting matches live.

Prizepool:

  • Total Prize Pool – $60,000,000
  • First Place – $15,000,000

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