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2022 President’s Cup preview - How to watch, who to watch and prize money

With no prize money paid to participants, the Presidents Cup has always been about charitable efforts as well as golfing presitge.

2022 President’s Cup preview - How to watch, who to watch and prize money
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It’s been three years since the last Presidents Cup and we’re as excited as ever to be watching once again. Here’s what you need to know about who’s playing, how you can watch and how much money is on the line.

How to watch the 2022 Presidents Cup?

Starting on Thursday, September 22nd Team USA will be on the hunt for its 9th straight Presidents Cup victory when they take on Team International. Wondering how you can watch? Look no further, as we’ve got you covered with the times and of course where you can find all the action. If you’d like to watch on TV then NBC or the Golf Channel is the place to be, however, if you’d like to stream then you’re going to want to head over to Peacock. Regarding dates and times, just take a look below and please note that all times are listed in ET and may be subject to change:

Thursday, Sept. 22: 1 to 6 p.m., Golf Channel/Peacock

Friday, Sept. 23: 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Golf Channel/Peacock

Saturday, Sept. 24: 7 to 8 a.m., Golf Channel/Peacock; 8 a.m.-6 p.m., NBC/Peacock

Sunday, Aug. 14: 12-6 p.m., NBC/Peacock

Who to watch in the 2022 Presidents Cup?

Though most eyes will undoubtedly be on Scottie Scheffler following the incredible year he’s had, there will be quite a few top tier golfers playing alongside the World No. 1. Those include, but are not limited to the likes of Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa and let’s not forget Billy Horschel along with Cameron Young. For a full look at the teams, just take a look below:

Team USAWorld RankingTeam InternationalWorld Ranking
Scottie Scheffler1Hideki Matsuyama17
Patrick Cantlay4Sungjae Im19
Xander Schauffele5Tom Kim22
Justin Thomas7Corey Conners26
Colin Morikawa9Adam Scott30
Sam Burns12K.H. Lee43
Jordan Spieth13Mito Pereira49
Tony Finau14Sebastian Munoz63
Billy Horschel15Cameron Davis66
Max Homa16Christian Bezuidenhout67
Cameron Young18Si Woo Kim76
Kevin Kisner25Taylor Peredith109

What’s the prize money for the 2022 Presidents Cup?

One of the things that makes the Presidents Cup unique, is the fact that while there is prize money on the line, it’s not actually paid to the winners, but instead to charities of their choosing. With that said, the purse on the line for the 2022 Presidents Cup is $3,150,000 with the second placed finisher taking away $1.9 million. As mentioned before, the Presidents Cup is a charity event and as such all winnings will be given to a variety of charities in effort to help those in need.

Where is the 2022 Presidents Cup?

Completed by George Cobb in 1961, the 2022 Presidents Cup will be played at the illustrious Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina from the 22nd of September to the 25th. Interestingly, Quail Hollow Club has become a regular fixture on the PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions since 1969 and has hosted what is now known as the Wells Fargo Championship since 2003. Though finished by the above-mentioned Cobb, the course has undergone several renovations since that time, including those of legendary golfer Arnold Palmer and most recently, Tom Fazio. The course is 7,576 yards in length.

The Presidents Cup returns

Traditionally held on odd-numbered years, the Presidents Cup was of course delayed due to the covid-19 pandemic. Indeed, following the Americans’ victory in 2019 by a score of 16-14 at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia, we’ve had to wait some time for the tournament to make its return. Of course, there has also been some impact stemming from the recently launched LIV Golf tour, which has seen a number of players who were up for qualification axed from the list after they chose to join the Saudi backed league.


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