With the ANA Inspiration and inaugural ANWA Championship both being contended, we need a combined tv broadcast schedule – here it is!
The ANA Inspiration and the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Am Championship put the women’s game front and center this week.
Even if you’re not behind the ropes at Mission Hills or Augusta National, you’ll still have plenty of opportunities to follow the action courtesy of Golf Channel and NBC Sports coverage of the the two events.
In order to avoid confusion I’ve compiled this day-by-day tv broadcast schedule. All times here are ET. Check your local listings to verify scheduling and availability.
Wednesday, April 3
- 4:30pm: Golf Channel, ANWA 1st round highlights
- 11pm: Golf Channel, ANA Inspiration Pro-Am
Thursday, April 4
- Noon – 4pm, 7 – 9pm: Golf Channel, ANA Inspiration round 1 coverage
Friday, April 5
- 10 – 11:30am: Golf Channel, ANWA live coverage
- Noon – 4pm, 7 – 9pm: Golf Channel, ANA Inspiration round 2 coverage
Saturday, April 6
- Noon – 3pm, NBC Sports, ANWA live final round coverage
- 5 – 9 pm: Golf Channel, ANA Inspiration round 3 coverage
Sunday, April 7
- 5 – 9pm: Golf Channel, ANA Inspiration final round coverage
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And then, if you haven’t had your fill, settle down Monday evening and enjoy a replay of the ANWA final round. You’ll already know the outcome, but you’ll be able to savor the images of women competing on the Augusta National hallowed ground.
Monday, April 8
- 9 – 11:30am: Golf Channel, ANWA final round replay
You can always follow the LPGA’s events on the Tour’s electronic leaderboard and for the next few days you can stay in touch with the ANWA action on Golf Channel’s leaderboard, which also provides pairing and tee times.
While you’re waiting for the on-course action to get started, check out Phil Clare’s comparison of the Mission Hills and Augusta National tracks, the venues for these two very special tests of skill and endurance that will rivet our attention for the next few days.
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