TV broadcast of the BMW Charity Pro-Am planned

NEWS 4 MEANWELL LAEW N YORK ALONG WITH FAMILIES OF VICTIMS WHO DID NOT SURVIVE TESTIMONY BEFORE CONGRESS. SHOULD BLOOD AND IT GOES TO THE START. THE BMW PRO-AM OFFICIALLY PERFORMS THE CEREMONIAL SWING-OFF. THE FIRST TEA OF ETH HAPPENED JUST MINUTES AGO. THIS IS A LIVE VIEW OF THE THORNBLADE CLUB IN GREEN, WHERE THE TOURNAMENT HELDS ALONG WITH THE CAROLIN

Golfers hit the links for the richest and most anticipated golf tournament in Upstate, the BMW Charity Pro-Am, presented by TD SYNNEX on Thursday. The tournament is the 16th of the Korn Ferry Tour’s 26-event season and is being hosted for the 14th time at Thornblade Club, in Greer. The Carolina Country Club in Spartanburg is the satellite site. The field features 160 players vying for a $750,000 prize pool with a $135,000 winner’s share. , comedian Larry the Cable Guy, former NFL pro Larry Fitzgerald Jr. and professional boxer Canelo Alvarez. Click here to see more celebrities attending this year’s event. This year the GOLF Channel is a TV partner of the event. Here is an overview of the TV schedule: Thursday Round 1 – 12-2pm Friday Round 2 – 8.30pm-10.30pm Saturday Round 3 – 10pm – 00:00 Sunday, Round 4 – 8-10 Funds raised during the 2022 BMW Charity Pro-Am will benefit five charities: Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, Roper Mountain Science Center, Cancer Society of Greenville County, Meyer Center for Special Children and Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute. The community is invited to participate in the tournament’s annual Birdies for Charity program, which will continue to raise funds by allowing individual donors to make a one-time lump sum donation or donate a cent or more per birdie during the tournament.

Golfers hit the links for the richest and most anticipated golf tournament in Upstate, the BMW Charity Pro-Am, presented by TD SYNNEX on Thursday.

The tournament is the 16th of the 26-event Korn Ferry Tour season and is being held for the 14th time at the Thornblade Club in Greer. The Carolina Country Club in Spartanburg is the satellite course.

The field features 160 players vying for a $750,000 prize pool with a $135,000 winner’s share.

This year’s prominent amateurs include “Black” actor Anthony Anderson, former MLB outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., comedian Larry the Cable Guy, former NFL pro Larry Fitzgerald Jr. and professional boxer Canelo Alvarez.

Click here to take a look at more celebrities attending this year’s event.

The GOLF Channel is this year’s television partner of the event.

Here is an overview of the TV program:

  • Thursday, Round 1 – 12-2 p.m [Live]
  • Friday Round 2 – 8:30pm-10:30pm [Tape Delay]
  • Saturday, round 3 p.m. – 10 p.m. – midnight [Tape Delay]
  • Sunday, round 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. – 10 p.m [Tape Delay]

Funds raised during the 2022 BMW Charity Pro-Am will benefit five featured charities: Mobile Meals of Spartanburg, Roper Mountain Science Center, Cancer Society of Greenville County, Meyer Center for Special Children and Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute. The community is invited to participate in the tournament’s annual Birdies for Charity program, which will continue to raise funds by allowing individual donors to make a one-time lump sum donation or donate a cent or more per birdie during the tournament.

Leave a Comment