Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Live Stream, January 16-18, 2020
When is the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship?
The fifteenth release of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship runs from Thursday, January 16 to Sunday, January 19.
The tote during the current year’s occasion remains at $7 million, with the victor taking $1.6 million.
Where is the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship?
As it’s been the situation since the competition previously joined the European Tour in 2006, the occasion will be held at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
The 72-standard course extends more than 7,600 yards.
The competition will be communicated solely by Golf Channel.
Every one of the four days of the competition can be watched on Golf Channel’s advanced stages and through fuboTV.
Television plan (All occasions ET)
Thursday, January 16
- 12 a.m.- 3:30 a.m.— Golf Channel
- 6 a.m.- 8 a.m.— Golf Channel
Friday, January 17
- 3 a.m.— 8 a.m.— Golf Channel
- Saturday, January 18
- 3:30 a.m.— 8 a.m.— Golf Channel
Sunday, January 19
- 3:30 a.m.— 8 a.m.— Golf Channel
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship chances
World No. 10 Tommy Fleetwood is the boomakers’ tips to win in Abu Dhabi this week.
As indicated by Oddschecker, the Englishman is a 9/1 top pick, trailed by world No. 1 Brooks Koepka and world No. 11 Patrick Cantlay at 11/1.
South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen is a 14/1 shot, while shielding champion Shane Lowry and Matthew Fitzpatrick are both 18/1 pariahs.
World No. 1 Brooks Koepka makes his hotly anticipated come back to golf after very nearly three months, as he features the field at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
The European Tour occasion, which starts on Thursday, is Koepka’s first occasion since October, when he harmed his left knee in the wake of slipping on concrete at the CJ Cup in South Korea.
The fall came at an especially deplorable time for the Floridian, who had experienced undeveloped cell treatment to address a patella ligament damage that had tormented influenced him since March a year ago.
Following his damage in South Korea Koepka had to miss the Presidents Cup a month ago and just got a club again in a matter of seconds before Christmas.
The 29-year-old’s recuperation is advancing great, however he conceded the truth will surface eventually whether his knee has returned to typical.
“It feels stable, which leaving Korea and as far as possible up to about a month and a half prior, it sensed that it could go in any case,” he said in a question and answer session on Tuesday, according to Golf Channel.
“It could go left, out, back, it could go any way. In any event, when I got the green light, I simply didn’t know whether it was going to feel right, regardless of whether you will be the equivalent, how is it going to feel.”
Koepka will be participated in the United Arab Emirates by individual Americans Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Cantlay.
The No. 15 on the planet, DeChambeau a week ago raised questions over his interest in the competition, proposing “no American is sheltered” in the current political atmosphere.
His remarks came after Iran cautioned the U.S. government that any reprisal for a rocket assault it propelled against U.S. base in Western Iraq would prompt an acceleration of the antagonistic vibe which would target Dubai and Haifa, Israel’s third-biggest city.
The competition in Abu Dhabi speaks to the principal leg of the purported “Desert Swing,” which is a piece of the developing number of occasions the European Tour has facilitated outside Europe lately in an offer to widen its crowd.
The Omega Desert Classic is set to get in progress in Dubai one week from now, with the Saudi International set to run in Saudi Arabia from January 30 to February 2.
Political strains, be that as it may, have all the earmarks of being have been to some degree defused and DeChambeau will be among those out on the seminar on Thursday.
The field in Abu Dhabi likewise incorporates world No. 10 Tommy Fleetwood, 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia and ruling Open Champion Shane Lowry.
The last won in Abu Dhabi a year ago, kick-beginning an upswing in structure that took him back on the planet’s main 20 players without precedent for a long time.
“This course, this competition, against this field each year is an extremely troublesome competition to win, and it clearly kick-began a mind blowing season,” the Irishman disclosed to Sky Sports.