The Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions is a women’s professional golf tournament on the LPGA Tour in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. It debuted in 2019 at the Four Season Golf & Sports Club Orlando. The tournament field is limited to winners on LPGA Tour events in the previous two years. As is the case in the past, there is also a pro-am and celebrity tournament, like its predecessor. The top amateurs during the midweek pro-am are invited to play in the main tournament. Each professional is paired with two celebrities or amateurs in the groupings, and celebrities change per round. A Stableford-based system is used for the celebrities and amateurs.
From 21-24 January 2021
Diamond Resorts has signed a three-year agreement with the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) to host the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions until 2024.
The Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions will take place from 21-24 January 2021 at Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando.
The Diamond Resorts Tournament started in January 2019 and has attracted the golf world’s imagination in a unique set-up that unites LPGA Tour champions and celebrities. Mexico’s Gaby Lopez won the professional title of the 2020 Diamond Resort Championship, and Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz celebrated his second straight win in the Celebrity Division. Smoltz will come back to his third title in the 2021 event in January.
Once again, around 50 celebrity golfers will participate in this competition, such as Lee Bliss (country music artist and songwriter), Michael Pena (Mexico actor), Ben Higgins (former star of ABC’s “The Bachelor), Roger Clemens (former MLB pitcher), and Larry Guy (comedian and actor). Past celebrity attendees included superstars from the entertainment industry and all major sports such as Alfonso Ribeiro, Toby Keith, Grant Hill, Ray Allen, Justin Verlander, Marcus Allen, Brian Urlacher, Jerry Rice, and more.
Facts have proved that pairing LPGA winners with top sports and entertainment celebrities at the same time is a success in TV audience ratings because the 2020 Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions has attracted more viewers than any other opening event of the LPGA season in 11 years.
The Diamond Resorts Tournament 2021 will live broadcast Thursday and Friday on Golf Channel and Saturday and Sunday on NBC. You can watch LPGA 2021 events live streaming at LivePGATour.net, you will need to subscribe to our website to get your premium subscription. Once you subscribe, you will be able to watch LPGA golf live stream on your favorite smart devices across the world.
Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions Live Stream
Date: 21-24 January 2021
Place: Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando
Tour: LPGA Tour
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