Where will the 2022 Presidents Cup be held and how much do tickets cost?

Everything you need to know about the 2022 Presidents Cup originally appeared on NBC Sports in Philadelphia

After being postponed in 2021, the Presidents Cup returns for 2022.

The last edition of the PGA Tour took place in 2019 when Team USA-led Tiger Woods came from behind to the top of the international team led by Ernie Els.

Woods and Els did not participate this time, but there are plenty of outstanding golfers who will be fighting to bring the title to their team on Sunday.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 Presidents Cup.

What is the date of the Presidents Cup 2022?

The tournament starts on Thursday and ends on Sunday.

What time does the 2022 Presidents Cup start?

As of Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET, no tee times have been announced. The tournament will be posted here soon.

Where will the 2022 Presidents Cup be held?

The tournament was hosted by the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is the first time the club has hosted the competition.

What will the 2022 Presidents Cup look like?

The Presidents Cup pits two teams of 12 golfers against each other: the American team versus the international team. The international team includes golfers from all over the world except Europe.

It is a biennial tournament and consists of 30 matches over four days of play. There are eighteen team matches – nine each using the quads and fours balls – and 12 singles matches on Sunday in the competition final.

All matches are worth 30 points, and the first team to score 15.5 points will win the title. There are no playoffs, so a tie awards each side a half-point if the match extends beyond 18 holes.

The full list of rules can be found here.

Who are the golfers in the 2022 Presidents Cup?

Here are 24 golfers competing in the 2022 Presidents Cup, with Davis Love 3 captaining the USA team and Trevor Immelman of South Africa captaining the international team:

USA team:
Sam Burns
Patrick Cantlay
Tony Vino
Max Homa
Billy Horschel
Kevin Kissner
Colin Morikawa
Xander Shaveli
Scotty Scheffler
Jordan Spieth
Justin Thomas
Cameron Young

International:
Christian Bezuidenhout (South Africa)
Corey Conners (Canada)
Taylor Pendrith (Canada)
Cam Davis (Australia)
Adam Scott (Australia)
Songjae Im (South Korea)
Se Woo Kim (South Korea)
Tom Kim (South Korea)
KH Lee (South Korea)
Hideki Matsuyama (Japan)
Mito Pereira (Chile)
Sebastian Munoz (Colombia)

Can LIV golfers play in the President’s Cup?

LIV golfers are not eligible to compete in the President’s Cup.

How much do President’s Cup tickets cost?

Here is a daily breakdown of ground access rates:

Thursday: 150-200 dollars
Friday: $200
Saturday: $200
Sunday: $200

More ticket information can be found here.

What are the prospects for the 2022 Presidents Cup?

In the 13 editions of the Presidents Cup, the US team has won 11 times. The last time the international team won was in 1998, while the 2003 championship ended in a draw. In 2022, Team USA is likely to win 12 out of 14 wins.

Here are the odds, courtesy of our betting partner, PointsBet:

Team USA: -770
International: +750
Drawing: +2000

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