How to watch BMW Championship, Round 2: live scores, tee times, TV times, Featured Groups
The PGA Tour is back in the Baltimore area for the first time since 1962 this week for the 2021 BMW Championship, which features a total purse of $9.5 million with $1.71 million going to the winner.
The GOLF Channel and NBC will televise the tournament from Caves Valley in Owing Mills, Maryland. GOLF Channel coverage is from 3 to 7 p.m. (Eastern) Thursday and Friday, from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday and noon to 2 p.m. Sunday. NBC will pick up coverage from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
This is the second stop in the 2021 PGA Tour Fed Ex Cup playoffs. Tony Finau won last week in a Monday finish at Liberty National in New Jersey. Jon Rahm is the defending champion at the BMW Championship.
1: Jon Rahm $1,710,000
2: Dustin Johnson $1,026,000
T3: Hideki Matsuyama $551,000
T3: Joaquin Niemann $551,000
5: Tony Finau $384,750
T6: Jason Kokrak $337,250
T6: Matt Fitzpatrick $337,250
T8: Brendon Todd $285,000
T8: Sebastián Muñoz $285,000
The tnal event of qualification: Half of Stricker’s team will be determined as the end of the BMW Championship, as the qualifying process comes to an end and the top 6 in the points race automatically make the team. Stricker will then fill out his squad with six captain’s picks after the conclusion of next week’s Tour Championship, the FedEx Cup Playoffs finale.
Well, at soft, hilly, hot Caves Valley Golf Club on Thursday, quite of few Americans continued to make their case to be a pick.