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How to watch the Presidents Cup on Golf Channel, NBC and Peacock

The Presidents Cup will take place Sept. 22-25 at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Golf Channel and NBC will showcase the biennial competition and Peacock will provide simulcast coverage. The four-day event features a team of 12 U.S. players against a team of 12 International (non-European) players. The sides will compete in foursomes (alternate shot), fourballs (better ball) and singles.

The event will begin with five foursomes matches on Thursday and five fourball matches on Friday. They will play four foursomes and four fourball matches, respectively, on Saturday, followed by 12 singles matches on Sunday.

“Live From the Presidents Cup” will also provide highlights, interviews, updates and analysis throughout the week. Click here for more general information on the matches.

(All times Eastern and airing on Golf Channel, unless otherwise noted)

Monday, Sept. 19
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Tuesday, Sept. 20
Noon-6PM: Live From the Presidents Cup
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Wednesday, Sept. 21
10AM-5PM: Live From the Presidents Cup
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cu

Thursday, Sept. 22
12:30-1PM: Live From the Presidents Cup, opening ceremony
1-6PM (GC/Peacock): Presidents Cup, Day 1 foursomes
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Friday, Sept. 23
10-11:30AM: Live From the Presidents Cup
11:30AM-6PM (GC/Peacock): Presidents Cup, Day 2 fourballs
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Saturday, Sept. 24
7-8AM (GC/Peacock): Presidents Cup, Day 3 foursomes
8AM-6PM (NBC/Peacock): Presidents Cup, Day 3 foursomes and fourballs
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Sunday, Sept. 25
10AM-Noon: Live From the Presidents Cup
Noon-6PM (NBC/Peacock): Presidents Cup, Day 4 singles
6-8PM: Live From the Presidents Cup

Forget the Presidents Cup, How About LIV Golf vs. the PGA Tour in Match Play?

Are you excited for next week’s biennial U.S.-against-everyone-but-Europe battle? John Hawkins would rather envision a showdown everyone would watch.

The best ideas usually are the ones that never see the Light of Day. They make too much sense, cost too much money or turn into political footballs, and when it comes to tossing around the pigskin, no sport lumbers with more lethargy or less remorse than pro golf.

Consider the Presidents Cup, a gathering of such minimal significance that the PGA Tour hasn’t bothered to move it out of the fall, rendering it incapable of perpetuating interest amid the whirl of NFL madness. Of course, the event itself is a shameless Ryder Cup knockoff, a pale mimic staged for commercial gain instead of national honor. Beyond its alarming lack of originality, there’s something terribly gauche about swiping a fellow organization’s flagship property, stinkbombing it with logos, then acting like the game probably couldn’t survive without such ingenuity.

Welcome to the inaugural clash between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour—the showdown everybody’s been talking about for months. It’s the Defectors vs. the Objectors, an updated version of Kiawah Island’s memorable War by the Shore back in 1991. This one shapes up as another terrific battle absolutely oozing with ill will, which is why we’re expecting huge crowds all week and millions more watching at home. So find a seat, folks, and fasten your safety belts. We could be in for quite a ride!

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