The 2022 Presidents Cup continues this week in Charlotte, North Carolina, as the United States tries to increase its power and win its ninth consecutive trophy dating back to 2005. The Americans are looking to win their fifth consecutive Presidents Cup on home soil, as the international team aims for its first win since 1998 (or perhaps its first draw since 2003).
The US is a firm favorite to compete in this year’s event at Quail Hollow Golf Club, and it got off to a hot start to the foursome’s action on Day 1, with a significant 4-1 lead. Not only is the US team strong from head to toe, the international side is without many of its top players due to the decision of some to leave the PGA Tour for LIV Golf, rendering them ineligible.
Still, there is a lot of potential for the international team, which could cause a huge shock if all goes well. And that effort should begin Friday during the four-ball game, a style in which the international side has largely kept pace with the United States, despite the recent tussle in foursomes.Read:Browns identify, plan to ban fan who hit Jimmy Haslam with bottle during Sunday’s loss
Since the Presidents Cup actually has more games than the Ryder Cup, that line-up plays perfectly into the hands of Davis Love III’s team of 12. History has not been kind to Yellow and Black either. Although they have won and drawn on international soil, the US is a perfect seven for seven within its borders. Only one of those events was closer than a three-point margin, and that came back in 1996 when a team that included Corey Pavin and Mark O’Meara squeaked past the international team, 16.5-15.5.
Here’s a rundown of the Presidents Cup’s 2022 event schedule so you can watch the action all week long. look at thetogether with our . All times Eastern
TV schedule Ryder Cup 2022
Day 2 — Friday September 23
Session 2 (Four Ball): 11:30 
TV coverage: 11:30 am to 6:00 pm on Golf Channel
Live Stream: 11:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)
Day 3 — Saturday September 24
Session 3 (Four languages): 7 O ‘clock in the morning
Session 4 (Four Ball): 1 o’clock in the afternoon
Early TV coverage: 7-8 hours on Golf Channel
TV coverage: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on NBC
Live Stream: 7am to 6pm on fuboTV (Try for free)
Day 4 — Sunday 25 September
Session 5 (Singles): 12 o’clock
TV coverage: 12-6pm on NBC
Live Stream: 12-18 hours on fuboTV (Try for free)