$10 Million Up For Grabs at Tour Championship



The 2016-17 season all comes down to the Tour Championship. The top-30 players from the year’s FedEx Cup standing arrive in Atlanta this week with hopes of capturing the $10 million first prize. You can see the early-round chase for the big payday exclusively on PGA TOUR LIVE, which will have coverage beginning early Thursday morning.

Every golfer in the 30-man field has an avenue to win the big prize, but the top-5 in the standings — Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Marc Leishman and Jon Rahm — control their own destiny, meaning if they win this week, they take home the FedEx Cup. PGA TOUR LIVE‘s coverage window over the first two days of the event will begin at 10 a.m. and continue throughout the round to give fans unprecedented coverage of East Lake’s most compelling holes.

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The first two days of the Tour Championship will be live streamed on PGA TOUR LIVE beginning at 10 a.m. EST, giving subscribers eight hours of live golf that otherwise would go unseen. Through the Tour’s partnership with Twitter, the first hour-plus of the PGA TOUR LIVE broadcast can be seen for free

Here is PGA TOUR LIVE’s schedule for the Tour Championship.

Thursday:
Broadcast time: 10:00AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Twitter Window: 10:00AM/ET – Approx. 11:35PM/ET
Preview Show and Featured Holes

Friday:
Broadcast time: 10:00AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Twitter Window: 10:00AM/ET – Approx. 11:35PM/ET
Preview Show and Featured Holes

Saturday:
Broadcast time: 11:30AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Featured Holes

Sunday:
Broadcast time: 11:30AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Featured Holes

The Thursday/Friday broadcasts will begin at 10:00AM/ET with a Preview Show leading directly into the first tee time of 11:40AM/ET.  PGATL will then begin their Featured Hole Coverage consisting of the 1st (Par-4), 15th (Par-3), and 18th (Par-5) holes on Thursday and Friday.

The Saturday/Sunday broadcasts will not have a Preview Show attached and will only be Featured Holes coverage of the same three holes. 

 

Last year’s Tour Championship was won by Rory McIlroy in a three-hole playoff over Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell. McIlroy fired weekend rounds of 66-64 and birdied the par-4 16th hole in the playoff to claim the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup. 

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About PGA TOUR LIVE: PGA TOUR LIVE is a subscription-based digital platform service that offers live coverage of two concurrent featured group pairings during morning competition prior to the start of the regularly scheduled television coverage. It also offers live-streaming coverage from select holes after early-round group coverage has concluded. You can watch on iOS, Android, computer or Apple TV 4 for one-tap access to live golf. Keep track of your followed players across all devices with a free account.

Starting with the CareerBuilder Challenge, broadcast of all tournaments for the rest of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season will be available on PGA TOUR LIVE except for the majors (The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open Championship, PGA Championship) and alternate-field events. 

Monthly subscriptions are $5.99 and an annual subscription is available for $39.99. 

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