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On the Champions Tour of Golf this week, the Charles Schwab Championship will be held from the 1st of November to the 4th at the Desert Mountain Club Cochise Course in Scottsdale, Arizona. This tournament has a $2,500,000 purse and the grand prize for the player luckily enough to take it home is $440,000. The previous champion for this event was Jay Don Blake. Coming up next on the Champion's Tour, the Champion's Tour Q-SChool, which is November 13th through the 16th at the TPC Eagle Trace in Florida.
Most recently played on this tour was the October 26th through the 28th AT andT Championship, which was held at the TPC San Antonio , AT and T Canyons in San Antonio, Texas in the United States. It was from October 26th to the 28th and it was won by David Frost. Frost will be back again to play this year, amidst the small field of players that will be participating. Some of the others include Brad Bryant, Kenny Perry, Peter Senior, Bernhard Langer, Fred Couples, Willie Wood, Jeff Sluman and Mike Goodes as well as Mark McNulty.
Posted: 3rd November 2011
The Champion's Tour holds the Charles Schwab Cup Championship this week, from November 3rd to the 6th, at the TPC Harding Park Golf Club in San Francisco, California. This tournament is being defended by John Cook, who took home nearly half a million dollars of the total prize purse of $2,500,000 last year. Next up on the calendar, from November 14th to the 20th, the final event of the year, the Champion's Tour Q-School which is held in Scottsdale, Arizona for $200,000. That will be the last tournament on the Champions Tour this year.
Here are some of the players that will be participating in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship this year. Michael Allen will be playing along with David Eger, Kenny Perry and Nick Price. Jeff Sluman, Tom Lehman and Brad Bryant will all be playing along with Jay Haas, Tom Lehman and Rod Spittle as well as Mark O'Meara and Fred Couples. Sign up at the banners on this page and you will be able to watch live golf online from anywhere you happen to live, right on your computer screen in high quality video streams.
4th November 2010
The Champions Tour will come to an end in the month of November, and the penultimate tournament is called the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. Then, we will move onto the final event of the year, the November 16th through the 19th Champion's Tour Q-School, which happens at the TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, Florida with a purse of $200,000. You can watch this tournament live in high quality video right from your computer. Click on the links on this page to get started with your membership and watch live golf streams all year.
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is the second to final event of the year for the Champion's Tour, and it will be held November 4th through the 7th in San Francisco, California. The purse is $2,500,000 and the winner this year will walk away with $442,000. Last year, John Cook took home the title and his own check for $442,000 and will be returning again this year to defending his title. The course is the Harding Park Golf Course in San Francisco, which has a total yardage of 7,135 yards and a Par value of 71.
The field for this tournament includes Fred Funk, David Peoples, Tommy Armour III and Jay Haas, as well as Michael Allen, Bernhard Langer and Mike Reid. Also playing Nick Price, Brad Bryant, Tom Lehman and Loren Roberts as well as Russ Cochran, defending champion John Cook as well as Peter Senior and Jeff Sluman. Get your membership to watch this tournament live from your computer. You'll get access to high quality video from anywhere in the world as well as more golf streams on the PGA, LPGA, Champion's and Nationwide Tours.
Posted: 29th Oct 2009
The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is the final event of the 2009 Champions Tour season and will be taking place at the Sonoma Golf Club in Sonoma, California from Monday 26th October through until Sunday 1st November 2009. You can catch all the action of this senior’s event unfold before your very eyes by joining us here at watchlivegolf.com for uninterrupted live stream coverage of the tournament.
The Champions Tour has been designed especially for professional men players over the age of fifty and nearly all of the seasons tournaments bar one or two, are held in the United States. The Charles Schwab Cup Championship is contested by a small field of thirty players over four rounds and there is no half way cut. The purse for this year’s tournament is $2.5million, with the winner getting $440,000.
The event was won by Andy Beane from the United States in 2008 with a score of 268, 20 under par. Other winners in recent years include Jim Thorpe, Tom Watson and mark McNulty.
The Champions Tour was formerly established in 1980 and was known at the time, and until October 2002, as the Senior PGA Tour. There are 26 tournaments throughout the season and most are held over three rounds and 54 holes. This is the reason why there are normally no cuts in these events, however, there are five senior major’s during the course of the season, and these do have four rounds of 72 holes. The leading money winner so far this season is Germany’s Bernhard Langer who has participated in eighteen events and has amassed $1, 971, 051 (up until October 18th 2009).
Join us here at watchlivegolf.com on Monday 26th October for live streaming coverage of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship from Sonoma in California.
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