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Tuesday, November 2, 2021

2021 TimberTech Championship preview: TV Times, Live stream, prize money

TimberTech Championship 2021 preview: Field, TV Times, course.






 The sponsor of the Champions event at Broken Sound Club on Nov. 5-7 pledges there will be no waste sent to landfill from the tournament. The program is called Zero Waste.


 At the TimberTech Championship this week, the second-to-last event of the season, a focus is on going green – as in recycling.


 Bernhard Langer’s victory in the first postseason event expanded his lead in the Schwab Cup as he goes for a record sixth title.  

Steven Alker made it to the second postseason event. He had to Monday qualify for his first PGA Tour Champions event just over two months ago.  

Tom Byrum got the 54th and final spot in the field by $3,868 over Kent Jones in 33 events held the last two years. ... 

Kirk Triplett goes into the tournament holding down the 36th spot in the Schwab Cup standings. ... 


Phil Mickelson is at No. 26 with just five events, three of them victories. He plans to play in Phoenix next week.




2021 TimberTech Championship: site, field, Start-Times, prize money, winners share, past champion, where to watch live stream, TV Channel.?




PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS

Site: Boca Raton, Florida.

Course: The Old Course at Broken Sound. Yardage: 6,807. Par: 72.

Prize money: $2 million....    Winner’s share: $305,000.


Live Stream, TV Channel... :   Friday, noon to 3 p.m. (Golf Channel); Saturday, 5:30-8 p.m. (Golf Channel-tape delay); Sunday, 6-9 p.m. (Golf Channel-tape delay).


Defending champions ( Last year 2020 winner.?):     Darren Clarke won last year at Broken Sound buoyed by a middle-round 62 and closed with birdie on the 18th to win by one over Jim Furyk and Bernhard Langer.


Charles Schwab Cup leader:    Bernhard Langer.


Last tournament: Bernhard Langer won the Dominion Energy Charity Classic.


The top 54 players in the Charles Schwab Cup qualified for the second of three postseason events.

 The top 36 after the TimberTech Championship will advance to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship next week in Phoenix.





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