How to watch the R&A Celebration of Champions
With a star-studded line-up, the R&A Celebration of Champions kicks off on Monday, with reigning champion Collin Morikawa hitting the first tee shot at 3.05pm (BST).
As names like Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Lee Trevino and Georgia Hall land at St Andrews, it’s going to be a fantastic event. The four-hole team format sees teams of four take on the 1st, 2nd, 17th and 18th holes of the famous Old Course, with the top two scores on each hole counting for each team.
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So how do I log in to watch the event? Well, it’s very simple. The R&A Champions Celebration is broadcast live from St Andrews, with golf fans from the UK and Ireland able to watch on TV via Sky Sports.
It is also available for digital viewing on TheOpen.com and The Open YouTube channel. Fans can also follow the action via The Open Radio, The Open App and The Open’s various social channels.
The first tee shot will be struck at 3:05 p.m., with the full draw announced on the morning of Monday July 11. Martin Slumbers, Managing Director of The R&A, spoke about the event saying: “We have planned a very special celebration of golf for the fans and I’m sure they will be thrilled to see the biggest names of golf, as well as future stars of the sport, gather to play, on the Old Course in St Andrews.
“We deliberately invite a course that represents the past, present and future of this game that we all love and reflects our goal to ensure that golf is seen as welcoming, accessible and can be played by all who enjoy it. wish. It will be great fun and we look forward to revealing the full draw on Monday before enjoying a fitting celebration of this great championship in the birthplace of golf.