The Masters, PGA Championship, US Open and Open are all broadcast live exclusively on Sky Sports, along with the five major women’s tournaments, the PGA Tour, the DP World Tour, the LPGA Tour, the Ladies European Tour. And much more.
By Sky Sports Golf
Last update: 12/31/21 5:41 PM
Sky Sports will once again be the home of live golf in 2022, with all four male majors and five female majors, as well as a record number of live action from the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour.
Sky Sports will once again be home to golf in 2022, with more live action than ever in a record breaking year ahead.
The four male majors and five female majors will be live exclusively on Sky Sports Golf as part of a busy 2022 schedule, with the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour all available.
There are other live events from all over the world including many major senior tournaments and some of the biggest events on the amateur golf calendar, giving 12 months of action ahead on Sky Sports Golf.
Here are some of the reasons to get excited about a 2022 Golf Bumper on Sky Sports…
A new era for men’s golf
The Sentry Tournament of Champions in early January marks the start of 49 straight weeks of live golf on Sky Sports, with the PGA Tour also having three co-sanctioned events with the DP World Tour – renamed the European Tour – as part of an “alliance strategic “between the two Towers.
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The DP World Tour schedule begins with back-to-back Rolex Series events, with Rory McIlroy and Collin Morikawa among the stars entering the two UAE-based tournaments, with a busy schedule offering a minimum of 45 tournaments in 27 different countries. .
Co-sanctioned events include the Barbasol Championship and Barracuda Championship in July, also with the Genesis Scottish Open, with a record purse then offered for the end-of-season DP World Tour Championship.
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Players will also compete for record wins on the PGA Tour in 2022, with a purse of $ 20 million for The Players in March, $ 15 million for the first two FedExCup playoffs and $ 12 million for au at least four more events over the next eight months.
A historic year for the majors
The Open celebrates its 150th anniversary this July in St Andrews, with Sky Sports providing 24-hour coverage from the historic Old Course. Tiger Woods has won the Claret Jug twice at this iconic venue, with the golf world hoping to see the 15-time major champion fit enough to play in Scotland.
The world’s two best players will both seek to successfully defend major titles in 2022, with world No.1 Jon Rahm returning to the US Open as the defending champion and Morikawa returning to the Open seeking to replicate last year’s victory at Royal St George’s.
Rory McIlroy will have another chance to end the Grand Slam golf career at the Masters, not having won a major tournament since 2014, while a resurrected Jordan Spieth will have the same opportunity at the PGA Championship in May.
Record year for women’s golf
The new Chevron Championship kicks off the 2022 major women’s program in late March, with the biggest names in women’s golf heading to California, before a hectic summer sees four major tournaments unfold in a span of 10 weeks from June to August.
The depth of talent within women’s football has enabled 14 of the last 16 majors to be won by major winners for the first time, with Solheim Cup stars Charley Hull, Leona Maguire and Mel Reid among players seeking to be added to this count during the year. forward.
Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko will resume their fight at the top of the world rankings after dominating women’s football in 2021, with Korda winning Olympic gold and a first major title in her brilliant campaign and Ko winning five times in the space of five months .
There is a full LPGA Tour schedule for the next 12 months, having been disrupted the previous two seasons by Covid-19 cancellations, while the Ladies European Tour is expected to feature a record number of events.
Watch golf throughout 2022 live on Sky Sports!