The PGA Tour continues today as golf’s finest travel to Japan to participate in the ZOZO Championship.
The occasion ended up being the very first to be played in Japan after its inaugural edition in 2019 in which Tiger Woods ended up being champ.
Keegan Bradley is the most current winner and he’ll be out to protect his title up versus a lot of the world’s finest golf enthusiasts.
Here’s all you require to understand about the 2023 edition of this occasion…
ZOZO Championship: Date and how to follow
The ZOZO Championship is arranged to get underway on Thursday October 19.
It will last for 4 days, with the last round being used Sunday, October 22.
The occasion is happening at the Narashino Country Club in Inzai, Japan.
Japan is 8 hours ahead of the UK indicating the action will be happening in the early hours of the early morning for UK audiences.
All of the action will be relayed live on Sky Sports Golf. More information here.
Updates will likewise be readily available throughout the talkSPORT network.
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ZOZO Championship: Field and tee times
There will be an overall of 78 gamers participating in the ZOZO Championship.
16 of the leading 50 gamers in the Official World Golf Ranking will be including in Japan.
That consists of ruling champ Bradley and 2021 winner Hideki Matsuyama.
Xander Schauffele, Rickie Fowler, Collin Morikawa and Nicolai Hojgaard are likewise all playing after they participated in the Ryder Cup last month.
Sungaje Im, Kurt Kitayama, Emmanuel Grillo, Adam Scott and Sahith Theegala are amongst the gamers including from the World’s Top 50.
The field will likewise consist of 8 gamers from the Japan Golf Tour.
The groupings and tee times for the occasion will be verified on Tuesday while the complete field can be discovered here.
ZOZO Championship: What has been stated?
Bradley had plenty of feeling after winning the ZOZO Championship in 2015.
He stated: “I’ve been weeping given that I completed. I can’t keep in mind the last time I wept.
“I never experienced emotions like that after winning a tournament.”
The 37-year-old took motivation from Woods who won the occasion in 2019, a success in which he was seeing on from the course.
“To watch (Woods) win up close was magnificent” he continued.
“I was considering it the entire day today, simply keeping in mind Tiger, how he strolled a little slower then. So, I simply attempted to do that.”
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