American Express 2022: How to watch PGA Tour, live stream & odds

American Express 2022: The PGA Tour begins it's Californian swing. Here is all you need to know as Patrick Cantlay and Jon Rahm peg it up. 

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Wed, 19 Jan 2022
American Express 2022: How to watch PGA Tour, live stream & odds

The PGA Tour begins their Californian swing this week with the American Express.

Patrick Cantlay, the reigning FedEx Cup champion, has unfinished business here. 

Last time out at this tournament he shot an 11-under 61 on the final day but still came up short against Si Woo Kim. 

That being said, he's one of the favourites this week. A certain fiery Spaniard is playing. 

The field is not stacked but considerably strong. Jon Rahm, Tony Finau, Scottie Scheffler and Talor Gooch are down to play. 

There is a first start of 2022 for Justin Rose, while don't be surprised to see Rickie Fowler make a move this week, too. 

Jason Day is also playing and is part of the featured groups. 

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What do you need to know?

This week's tournament will be contested across three different courses:

La Quinta Country Club,  

The Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West

The Pete Dye Stadium Course, also at PGA West.

What is the prize purse? 

$7.6million, with $1.3million going to first place. 

Si Woo Kim was last year's champion. 

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What are the odds?

Jon Rahm is the favourite at 13/2.

Patrick Cantlay is 9/1. 

Selected others include:

Scottie Scheffler 20/1

Sungae Im 22/1

Tony Finau 25/1

Talor Gooch 28/1

Abraham Ancer 28/1

Corey Conners 28/1

Russell Henley 35/1

You can read more about our selections here. 

How can I watch on TV?

GolfChannel has exclusive rights Thursday-Sunday. 

Thursday 3-7pm ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)
Friday 3-7pm ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)
Saturday 3-7pm ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)
Sunday  3-7pm ET (Golf Channel, ESPN+)

In the UK, Sky Sports have coverage from Thursday with featured groups then full live coverage from 9pm.

You can watch all the action unfold online from any country by using VPNs, which prevent geo-blocking. 

ExpressVPN is the preferred choice by many users as it is compatible with Xbox, Playstation, Amazon Fire TV Stick and Apple TV.

It also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. 

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