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2021 Zozo Championship tee times, TV coverage, viewer's guide

THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 25: Patrick Cantlay of the United States celebrates with the trophy after winning during the final round of the Zozo Championship @ Sherwood on October 25, 2020 in Thousand Oaks, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Harry How

October 19, 2021

After being played in California in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Zozo Championship returns to Japan in 2021 for the third edition of the event, with a solid field awaiting led by reigning Masters champion and local hero Hideki Matsuyama.

Along with Matsuyama, Collin Morikawa, who has family ties to Japan, is another current major champion set to play at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club. He will be joined by three others who competed with him at the Ryder Cup: Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood and Xander Schauffele. All three also played in Japan in August at the Tokyo Olympics, with Schauffele walking away with the gold medal.

Meanwhile, two prominent names are making their debuts in Japan: Rickie Fowler played in the Zozo a year ago at Sherwood Country Club, and Will Zalatoris, the reigning PGA Tour rookie of the year, is making the trip over for the first time after receiving a sponsor’s exemption.

One tour pro who will not be in Japan is Patrick Cantlay, the defending champion. Cantlay was four back after 54 holes but rallied to win at Sherwood, the first victory during a season in which he’d go on to win the FedEx Cup title.

In the inaugural edition of the Zozo Championship in 2019, Tiger Woods pulled out the victory at Narashino Country Club, which was his 82nd career PGA Tour win, tying Sam Snead for the all-time victory record on tour.


Tiger Woods holds the trophy after winning the 2019 Zozo Championship to earn a PGA Tour record-tying 82nd career title.

Photo by Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP via Getty Images

The winner of this event will receive a $1.791 million share of the $9.95 million purse and 500 FedEx Cup points.

TV/Streaming Schedule

Golf Channel will carry live coverage from 11:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday (into Thursday) and Thursday (into Friday). On Friday (into Saturday) and Saturday (into Sunday), coverage will go from 11:30 p.m.-2:45 a.m. EDT.

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Tee Times


(Japan time Sunday/U.S. EDT Saturday)

First tee


8:38 a.m./7:38 p.m. -- Satoshi Kodaira, Tyler McCumber, Shaun Norris

8:49 a.m./7:49 p.m. -- K.H. Lee, Erik van Rooyen, Rickie Fowler

9 a.m./8 p.m. -- Shugo Imahira, Kramer Hickok, Matthew NeSmith

9:11 a.m./8:11 p.m. -- Adam Long, Chris Kirk, Si Woo Kim

9:22 a.m/8:22 p.m. -- Tomoharu Otsuki, Ryan Palmer, Harry Higgs

9:33 a.m./8:33 p.m. -- Lanto Griffin, Hiroshi Iwata, Keegan Bradley

9:44 a.m./8:44 p.m. -- Takumi Kanaya, Ryuichi Oiwa, Matt Jones

9:55 a.m./8:55 p.m. -- Luke List, Wyndham Clark, Joaquin Niemann

10:06 a.m./9:06 p.m. -- Tom Hoge, Sam Ryder, Chan Kim

10:17 a.m./9:17 p.m. -- Mackenzie Hughes, James Hahn, Alex Noren

10:28 a.m./9:28 p.m. -- Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa, Adam Schenk

10:39 a.m./9:39 p.m. -- Brendan Steele, Matt Wallace, Branden Grace

10:50 a.m./9:50 p.m. -- Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Tringale, Sebastian Munoz

10th tee

8:38 a.m./7:38 p.m. -- Keita Nakajima (a), Jhonattan Vegas, Pat Perez

8:49 a.m./7:49 p.m. -- Xander Schauffele, Troy Merritt, Rikuya Hoshino

9 a.m./8 p.m. -- Ryutaro Nagano, Yuki Inamori Andrew Putnam

9:11 a.m./8:11 p.m. -- Kyle Stanley, Charley Hoffman, Bill Haas

9:22 a.m/8:22 p.m. -- Maverick McNealy, Henrik Norlander Ryosuke Kinoshita

9:33 a.m./8:33 p.m. -- Doug Ghim, Brandon Hagy, Jinichiro Kozuma

9:44 a.m./8:44 p.m. -- Kazuki Higa, Naoyuki Kataoka, Sung Kang

9:55 a.m./8:55 p.m. -- Naoto Nakanishi, Peter Malnati, Scott Vincent

10:06 a.m./9:06 p.m. -- Roger Sloan, Wesley Bryan, Will Zalatoris

10:17 a.m./9:17 p.m. -- Tomoyasu Sugiyama, Robert Streb, Ryo Hisatsune

10:28 a.m./9:28 p.m. -- Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa, Adam Schenk

10:28 a.m./9:28 p.m. -- Emiliano Grillo, C.T. Pan, Sepp Straka

10:39 a.m./9:39 p.m. -- Garrick Higgo, Ryuji Imada, Chesson Hadley

10:50 a.m./9:50 p.m. -- Brendon Todd, Doc Redman