Presidents Cup 2022 Tee Times: The PGA Tour season has come and gone and now golf fans have their eyes fixed on Quail Hollow Club for next month’s 2022 Presidents Cup. The Presidents Cup turns 28 this year, and the international golf tournament will be contested for the first time at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte.
|Date||Time (ET)||TV channel/Stream|
|Thursday, Sept. 22||12:30-6 p.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|Friday, Sept. 23||11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|Saturday, Sept. 24||7-8 a.m.||Golf Channel, fuboTV|
|8 a.m. to 6 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
|Sunday, Sept. 25||Noon-6 p.m.||NBC, fuboTV|
The competition began in 1994 and affords the best golfers in the world an opportunity to play for country or regional pride in a format meant to loosely mimic the much older Ryder Cup. A couple of other traits of the Presidents Cup make it stand out from other tournaments. Notably, players are not paid directly for their participation, win or lose.
Instead, each golfer allocates an equal portion of the funds generated to charities of his choice. Since the event’s inception, more than $54.4 million has been raised for charity from event proceeds, as well as contributions made on behalf of the Presidents Cup, including a charitable donation of $5.3 million from the 2019 event alone.
Traditional golf tournaments start with a large field of golfers all playing individually to post the best score, and lowest total wins. The Presidents Cup, like it’s older cousin the Ryder Cup, is a team event consisting of match play, in which golfers play head to head, either individually or in pairs.
The Presidents Cup runs over four days, like a traditional tournament. The first two days will alternate between four-ball (best ball) and foursomes (alternate shot). The third day of competition will feature both of those formats, one set in the morning, the other in the afternoon. And on the fourth day, 12 singles matches close out tournament play, and it’s here when the title truly gets decided.