2023 Hero World Challenge prize purse, schedule, where to watch
With the 2023 Hero World Challenge starting this week fans are beyond excited, more so, as Tiger Woods is expected to play in the tournament first since he took break from the greens early this 2023.
Tiger Woods [Pic Credit: IMAGO]
The upcoming 2023 Hero World Challenge has made the golfing community very excited. Many well-known players are getting ready for what is expected to be a very important tournament. The event will take place on grounds that will soon welcome the creme de la creme of the PGA Tour. The ultimate victor will claim a lucrative $1 million prize.
As the tournament approaches, the Bahamian venue resounds with the eager anticipation of a match featuring luminaries of the sport. It is essential to apprise enthusiasts of the caliber of golfers poised to sweep the greens and the financial rewards that accompany their performance at this year’s event. The season is set to witness premier athletes in golf contend for supremacy, headlined by the world’s top-ranked golfer.
Scottie Scheffler of the United States, who is set to display his formidable skills. The competition will exhibit an impressive array of international talent, with notable figures such as Norway’s Viktor Hovland, England’s Matt Fitzpatrick, and Australia’s Jason Day. Competitors including Max Homa, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and Cameron Young are concurrently prepared to deliver their finest performances.
Nevertheless, certainly, the exceptions granted to golf legends such as Tiger Woods and Justin Rose will captivate the audience’s attention. In contrast, some notable absences include Jon Rahm, a former champion who has recently withdrawn, and his close colleague, Rory McIlroy, who will miss out for the second year running. Likewise, Brooks Koepka, a charismatic figure from LIV Golf and currently ranked 17th in the world, will not be seen in action this year.
A significant feature of this year’s tournament is the allocation of Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) points. While the champion will secure the substantial $1 million purse, the remaining contenders will also receive their respective shares. Importantly, all 20 competitors will accrue OWGR points, which is noteworthy despite the tournament’s relatively smaller field.
Hero World Challenge 2023 prize money
This week’s champion will secure a prize of $1 million and acquire points for world rankings, although the competition is limited to a 20-player roster. The person who comes in twenty-first place will get $100,000. Only $10,000 less than the person who finishes in tenth place.
The 2023 Hero World Challenge TV Schedule
The Hero World Challenge will have a special golf event on Wednesday at Albany’s golf course. It will be a private event for professionals. The tournament’s commencement will occur at 10:46 a.m. ET with competitors Brian Harman and Lucas Glover inaugurating play at the first tee.
The Golf Channel has scheduled the first round to be shown from 1:30 to 4:30 pm for viewers to watch. The same schedule will apply to Friday’s round as well. On Sunday, the Golf Channel will air the final round from 11 am to 1:30 pm, and then NBC will take over from 1:30 to 4:30 pm.
Where to watch the 2023 Hero World Challenge?
Thursday, Nov. 30- First round
Golf Channel/Peacock – 1:30-4:30 pm ET
Friday, Dec. 1- Second round
Golf Channel/Peacock – 1:30-4:30 pm ET
Saturday, Dec. 2- Third round
Golf Channel/Peacock – 12-2:30 pm ET
NBC/Peacock – 2:30-5 pm ET
Sunday, Dec. 3- Final round
Golf Channel/Peacock- 11 am-1:30 pm ET
NBC/Peacock- 1:30-4:30 pm ET
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