Where to watch Houston Open 2019 Live Stream the 2019 Italian Open and Houston Open. Two of the biggest tournaments on the golf calendar are here. The Italian Open, held in Rome, and the Houston Open will take place October 10-13. Tune in with ExpressVPN and stream the event live on the Golf Channel.The PGA TOUR announced today the four featured groupings for Thursday-Friday at the Houston Open, to be … the fall and will broadcast Thursday-Friday at all domestic PGA TOUR events during the fall portion of the 2019-20 schedule.
Date:Oct 10–13, 2019
Golf Club of Houston – Tournament Course
Houston Open 2019 Live: The PGA TOUR announced today the four featured groupings for Thursday-Friday at the Houston Open, to be contested at the Golf Club of Houston in Humble, Texas.
Full groupings and starting times for the first two rounds of the Houston Open will be released officially at approximately 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, October 8.
here is something different about the fall season this year on the PGA Tour. You have events, like this week’s Houston Open, that are in new spots on the schedule. Instead of being the place where tour pros get in a final Masters tune-up, the Golf Club of Houston welcomes them in October, which leads to a few natural questions. Specifically, how will the new date impact how the course plays? After a ton of rain in the Houston area in previous weeks, the rough might be a little thicker than previous events, putting a premium on accuracy.
Of course, you don’t have to do too much worrying about these differences between fall versus spring events. Our expert panel, which has correctly predicted three of the first four winners of the new, extended fall season, is doing the research for you. Once again, we have a PGA Tour caddie offering insight from the range and putting green at the Golf Club of Houston, thanks to our partnership with The Caddie Network; picks from Jason Sobel, senior writer at The Action Network, which is becoming the leader in sports betting and handicapping analysis, and it’s growing its presence in golf; two of the most respected experts in the daily-fantasy community, Pat Mayo of DraftKings and Brandon Gdula of FanDuel; Lee Alldrick of FanShare Sports, which tracks DFS ownership and sentiment; and Columbia University senior lecturer and Ph.D. Lou Riccio, who uses predictive analysis and modeling to forecast winners in golf.
Mayo: Xinjun Zhang (55-1) — The Chinese bad boy followed up his T-7 at Safeway with a T-16 at Shriners, all on the back of extremely solid ball-striking. Zhang’s gaining more than two strokes on the field off the tee and on approaches in his last three starts and has proven he can win in the U.S. Zhang notched a pair of victories on the Korn Ferry Tour earlier this year and, frankly, minus a handful of names at the top, this is essentially a KFT event.Subcribe Now