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How to watch Invited Celebrity Classic 2024: TV schedule, live streaming and more

PGA Tour Champions head to Irving, Texas, after stopping at Rancho Mirage for the Galleri Classic. Less than 30 days before the senior tour’s first major, the Invitationd Celebrity Classic has attracted 78 professionals and 40 celebrities, including Annika Sorenstam. Last year’s tournament celebrated the Hall of Famer’s stellar legacy and two decades of playing a PGA Tour event.

The $2,700,000 million event – ​​​​$2,200,000 for professionals and $500,000 for celebrities – is kicking off April 19. Here’s how to see the stars of yesteryear live.

How to watch the Invited Celebrity Classic

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The 54-hole tournament will go live this weekend on Golf Channel. Because Golf Channel and Peacock will also host the RBC Heritage and the Chevron Championship, the first round will be tape-delayed. The final two rounds will go live at 5 p.m., following the Chevron Championship and the Corales Puntacana Championship. In addition to Golf Channel, the tournament will also be available on Peacock on a subscription basis.

  • Friday: 9:00 PM – 11:00 PM (Tape delay on Golf Channel)
  • Saturday: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Golf Channel)
  • Sunday: 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Golf Channel)

If, on the other hand, you prefer to witness the action outside the ropes, there are three options. Firstly, the ground access pass is free. You just need to register on Ticketmaster for the $0.00 ticket. Second, you can purchase the new BuzzBallz Patio Ticket for $150 per day and $425 for a weekly ticket.

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The final option is a Choctaw Club ticket that costs $350 per day and offers panoramic views of the 18th Green. The shared skybox is located behind the 18th Green. The event in Texas kicks off four straight weeks of the tournament before the first major of the season, Regions Tradition. The loaded field includes some regulars and celebrity PGA Tour champions.

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Players to follow at Las Colinas Country Club

Vijay Singh returns to his track circuit after a T58 at the Masters. The Galleri Classic winner, Retief Goosen, is also in the field. Chris DiMarcowho recently courted controversy after complaining about the size of the PGA Tour Champions events, will tee off at Invitationd’s Las Colinas Country Club.

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John Daly, Jim FurikAnd Notah Begay III are other notable names in the field. Among the celebrities is LPGA Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam. Dallas Cowboys All-Pro quarterback Tony Romo. and now retired MLB star Albert Pujols.

The par-71, 6,703-yard layout is the shortest course on the PGA Tour Champions. But littered with bunkers, no less than 47 of them, it is not an easy challenge. The 54-hole record is 201, held by Mark Hensby, last year’s champion. The low 18-hole score was also matched last year by Matt Gogle, who shot 62.