What channel is the Presidents Cup 2022 on? Explored streaming link, schedule, start time and more.

The first round of the current Presidents Cup ended with the US team leading 4:1 against the international team. The five-day championship is being held at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina and all vigilant golf fans are clinging to the event.

Of course it’s a clash of the best players in the world. The favorites are of course the USA team, who are touted as lifting their fifth trophy on home soil, but the yellow-blacks could also pull off an incredible upset. No golf fan wants to miss exciting games on the beautiful greens of Quail Hollow Club.

Here we take a look at the streaming link, schedule and start times.


How to watch the Presidents Cup:

Cam Davis of Australia and the international team play an approach shot on the third hole as fans watch during day two of the 2022 Presidents Cup at Friday's four-ball games (Image via Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images).
Cam Davis of Australia and the international team play an approach shot on the third hole as fans watch during day two of the 2022 Presidents Cup at Friday’s four-ball games (Image via Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images).

The Presidents Cup will be televised live as well as streamed live on the internet.

All shows are streamed on Peacock, NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App. The Golf Channel can also be accessed through online platforms AT&T TV Now and FuboTV.


What is the Presidents Cup schedule?

Collin Morikawa of the United States team plays a bunker shot during Thursday's foursomes on day one of the 2022 Presidents Cup (Image via Warren Little/Getty Images)
Collin Morikawa of the United States team plays a bunker shot during Thursday’s foursomes on day one of the 2022 Presidents Cup (Image via Warren Little/Getty Images)

The coveted championship will be contested over a five-day period between the twelve members of the US and international teams. However, the daily teas start at a different time each day.

day and date incident ET (Eastern Time) BST (British Standard Time) IST (Indian Standard Time) JST (Japan Standard Time)
Thursday, 09/22 four 13:00-18:00 18:00-22:00 22:30-3:30 (September 23) 2:00 (both September 23)
Friday, 09/23 fourball 11:30-18:00 16:30-22:00 21:30-3:30 (September 24) 12:25 (both September 24)
Saturday, 09/24 Foursome and Fourball 7:00-18:00 12:00-22:00 16:30-3:30 (September 25) 20:00 (both September 25)
Sunday, 09/25 singles 12:00-18:00 17:00-22:00 21:00-3:30 (September 26) 1:00 (both September 26)

In the case of Foursomes, teammates play a single golf ball and take turns shooting until it enters the hole. With only two balls in play in each group, the competition moves at a good pace.

In Fourball, two teams face each other, each playing their own ball. In the singles, one-on-one matches are played over 18 holes.


What are the start times?

With such unpredictable and ever-changing outcomes on the course, no golf fan would want to be late to the party. However, Tees start at different times each day, and broadcasts and streaming are based on that.

Here are the tee timings for each day so no one misses key exciting Presidents Cup moments.

day and date ET (Eastern Time) BST (British Standard Time) IST (Indian Standard Time) JST (Japan Standard Time)
Thursday, 09/22 13:05 18:05 10:35 p.m 2:05 (September 23)
Friday, 09/23 11:35 16:35 21:35 12:30 (September 24)
Saturday, 09/24 7:12 (Round 3)12:05 (Round 4) 12:12 (Round 3)17:05 (Round 4) 16:42 (Round 3)21:05 (Round 4) 20:12 (Round 3)1:00 (Round 4) (25 September)
Sunday, 09/25 12:02 17:02 21:02 1:02 (September 26)

However, airtime is subject to change, so please be aware.

Day 1 ended with a red painted scoreboard, with leading duo Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele dominating the field in four. Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas also looked strong.

But the international team should not be underestimated. The so-called underdogs have arrived with an invited team. Cam Davis and Si Woo Kim achieved a 2-way win over world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns.

In the long history of the Presidents Cup, the international team has only won once, in 1998. In 2003, the two teams achieved a historic 17-17 draw.

Will the USA maintain their lead or will the international team stage a violent comeback will be interesting to see.


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