Fortinet Championship tee times, TV info for Thursday's first round

From tee times to TV and streaming information, here's the lowdown on the Fortinet Championship.

Fortinet Championship tee times, TV info for Thursday's first round

The new PGA Tour season is officially here and if it feels like the 2020-21 super season just ended, that’s because it did. Just 11 days after Patrick Cantlay was crowned the Tour Championship winner and the FedEx Cup champion, the PGA Tour is ramping back up with the Fortinet Championship at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California. The event was formerly known as the Safeway Open.

While several big names take a bit of downtime, including those who will play next week’s Ryder Cup, the field is highlighted by world No. 1 Jon Rahm (a European Ryder Cupper), recently-named PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Will Zalatoris, Cameron Champ (who won this event in 2019) and Max Homa.

From tee times to TV and streaming info, here’s what you need to know for the first round of the Fortinet Championship. All times listed are ET.

Tee times

1st tee

Tee time Players
10:00 a.m. Peter Malnati, Bill Haas, Brandon Hagy
10:11 a.m. Michael Kim, Pat Perez, Jamie Lovemark
10:22 a.m. Ben Martin, Jonathan Byrd, J.J. Spaun
10:33 a.m. Michael Thompson, Webb Simpson, Emiliano Grillo
10:44 a.m. Brendon Todd, Lanto Griffin, Danny Willett
10:55 a.m. Andrew Landry, J.B. Holmes, Adam Long
11:06 a.m. Dylan Frittelli, Sung Kang, Martin Trainer
11:17 a.m. Ted Potter Jr., Chris Stroud, Peter Uihlein
11:28 a.m. Adam Hadwin, Scott Stallings, Luke List
11:39 a.m. Aaron Rai, Seth Reeves, Kurt Kitayama
11:50 a.m. Lee Hodges, Dylan Wu, Justin Suh
12:01 a.m. David Skinns, Lucas Herbert, Kevin Yu
12:12 a.m. Dawie van der Walt, Paul Barjon, Kristoffer Ventura
3:10 p.m. John Huh, Tom Hoge, Doc Redman
3:21 p.m. D.J. Trahan, Harold Varner III, Cameron Percy
3:32 p.m. Brendan Steele, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Maverick McNealy
3:43 p.m. Jim Herman, Sebastian Munoz, C.T. Pan
3:54 p.m. Hideki Matsuyama, Hudson Swafford, Matt Kuchar
4:05 p.m. Marc Leishman, Brandt Snedeker, Will Zalatoris
4:15 p.m. Scott Piercy, Chesson Hadley, Roger Sloan
4:27 p.m. Austin Cook, Adam Schenk, Matthew NeSmith
4:38 p.m. James Hahn, Vaughn Taylor, Denny McCarthy
4:49 p.m. Joseph Bramlett, Mito Pereira, Max McGreevy
5:00 p.m. Stephan Jaeger, Sahith Theegala, Greyson Sigg
5:11 p.m. Ben Kohles, Joshua Creel, Brandon Wu
5:22 p.m. David Lipsky, Hayden Buckley, Turk Pettit

10th tee

Tee time Players
10:00 a.m. Andrew Putnam, David Hearn, Kramer Hickok
10:11 a.m. Russell Knox, Patrick Rodgers, Sepp Straka
10:22 a.m. Kyle Stanley, Sean O’Hair, Talor Gooch
10:33 a.m. Kevin Na, Nate Lashley, Chez Reavie
10:44 a.m. Jon Rahm, Max Homa, Si Woo Kim
10:55 a.m. Cameron Champ, Phil Mickelson, Kevin Tway
11:06 a.m. Cameron Tringale, Hank Lebioda, Doug Ghim
11:17 a.m. Brice Garnett, Wyndham Clark, Harry Higgs
11:28 a.m. Danny Lee, Scott Brown, Nick Watney
11:39 a.m. Chase Seiffert, Nick Hardy, Taylor Moore
11:50 a.m. Scott Gutschewski, Adam Svensson, Cameron Young
12:01 a.m. Curtis Thompson, Justin Lower, Trevor Werbylo
12:12 a.m. Jared Wolfe, Callum Tarren, John Augenstein
3:10 p.m. Troy Merritt, Jason Dufner, Brian Stuard
3:21 p.m. Beau Hossler, Sam Ryder, Tyler McCumber
3:32 p.m. Ryan Moore, Bo Van Pelt, Kelly Kraft
3:43 p.m. Tyler Duncan, William McGirt, Kevin Stadler
3:54 p.m. J.T. Poston, Charles Howell III, Kevin Chappell
4:05 p.m. Nick Taylor, Patton Kizzire, Charley Hoffman
4:15 p.m. Ryan Armour, Jonas Blixt, Aaron Baddeley
4:27 p.m. Seung-Yul Noh, Mark Hubbard, Bronson Burgoon
4:38 p.m. Alex Smalley, Trey Mullinax, Davis Riley
4:49 p.m. Bo Hoag, Jim Knous, Josh McCarthy
5:00 p.m. Vincent Whaley, Austin Smotherman, Andrew Novak
5:11 p.m. Michael Gligic, Taylor Pendrith, Quade Cummins
5:22 p.m. Brett Drewitt, Chad Ramey, Michael Duncan

TV, streaming, radio information

You can watch Golf Channel for free on fuboTV and CBS on the Paramount+ app. All times ET.

Thursday, Sept. 16

TV

Golf Channel: 6-9 p.m.

STREAMING

PGA Tour Live: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 3-9 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 17

TV

Golf Channel: 6-9 p.m.

STREAMING

PGA Tour Live: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 3-9 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 18

TV

Golf Channel: 6-9 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 4-9 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 19

TV

Golf Channel: 6-9 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 4-9 p.m.

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Zoning commissioners heard more than two hours of testimony in support and in opposition to the plans of Canadian homebuilder Mattamy Homes, which is under contract to buy the 79-acre course for $15 million from Grillo Golf Management.

County planners received petitions with more than 700 signatures opposed to the project and another 200 unique emails in opposition as well. They received more than 100 letters in support of the plans.

Land-use attorney Lisa Reves of West Palm Beach, representing disgruntled homeowners at Lucerne Lakes, spoke in opposition. She argued that a restriction included in the documents when the planned-unit development was built in the 1970s prevents the golf course from being converted into a development. The documents, she said, require that the golf course be maintained as recreation in perpetuity.

She said Mattamy’s own title insurance company has refused to insure the title to the property if objections are raised citing the restriction that allegedly bars development of the golf course.

“People purchased these homes based on the reliance that the recreation area would always be there,” she noted.

County land-use attorney Robert Banks advised that the issue of the covenant was not within the purview of the Zoning Commission to address. He explained that the issue is something for homeowners at Lucerne Lakes and Mattamy to resolve.

Residents said they were upset over the loss of their golf-course views. They were also concerned about the amount of dust that would be generated as a result of the conversion.

Staff concluded that the project is consistent with county zoning and recommended approval.

Vincent Grillo and his business partner, Nick Pisano, said they cannot compete with county-owned facilities.

“We cannot make a go of it anymore,” Grillo said, noting that very few Lucerne Lakes residents golf at the course. In the 1990s, Grillo said, as many as 100 residents would golf on a daily basis. Today, that number is fewer than 10.

In this June 2001 photo, a golfer at the Forest Oaks golf course at Lucerne Lakes in Lake Worth Beach plays out of a sand trap. The course is set to become a housing development. (Photo by Taylor Jones/Palm Beach Post)

“The residents do not support the course,” Grillo said.

The golf course, in an unincorporated area under county jurisdiction, is on the south side of Lake Worth Road at Lucerne Lakes Boulevard. Access will be through a traffic light on Lake Worth Road with a future connection to Charleston Street. Nearly half of the 79 acre-tract would be left as open space.

If approved, it would be the latest in a series of golf-course conversions in South Florida. Palm Beach County, by itself, has seen more than 10 conversions in the past five years.

Vacant land is difficult to find. Homebuilders gobble up failing golf courses as soon as an owner puts it up for sale. Grillo has agreed to keep the course open until permits are obtained so that it will not go fallow and become “a nuisance to existing surrounding communities.”

The agent for Mattamy Homes said the builder has gone out of its way to address concerns raised by residents of Lucerne Lakes. A number of adjustments have been made, he said, noting that buffers have been extended and setbacks increased to accommodate the residents. Mattamy had planned at one time to build 600 homes.

 

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