The 2022 PGA Tour heads to Mexico for the Mexico Open at Vidanta Vallarta. After being an official event for PGA Tour Latinoamérica for the past 9 years, the Mexico Open officially joined the PGA Tour for the first time with this year’s tournament having a purse of $7.3 million, with a winner’s share of $1.314 million, and the winner is awarded 500 FedEx Cup points.
The Mexico Open was established in 1944, and many notable golfers will be competing at this year’s event. Jon Rahm, Tony Finau, Patrick Reed, Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz, and Kevin Na will be competing at the event and they will be looking to close Scott Scheffler’s gap as the points leader.
Cord cutters can find out how to watch the 2022 Mexico Open below.
Start Times and Channels
|Day 1 (Thursday, April 28)||3:30-6:30 PM||Golf Channel|
|Day 2 (Friday, April 29)||3:30-6:30 PM||Golf Channel|
|Day 3 (Saturday, April 30)||1:00-3:30 PM|
|Day 4 (Sunday, May 1)||1:00 PM -3:00 PM|
PGA Tour Live on ESPN+
Expanded coverage will be provided by PGA Tour Live, which is available on ESPN+. The streaming service will have four-feed coverage of each round of the Mexico Open.
- Thursday, April 28: 8:45 AM-6:30 PM ET
- Friday, April 29: 8:45 AM-6:30 PM ET
- Saturday, April 30: 8:30 AM-6:00 PM ET
- Sunday, May 1: 8:30 AM-6:00 PM ET
How to Watch the Mexico Open?
The best part of cord cutting is that you can cancel at any time, as there aren’t any long-term commitments like cable or satellite. Oftentimes, streaming providers offer free trials so you can test the service out during an event like the Mexico Open before your account is charged.
Below you can check and see if your streaming provider offers the Mexico Open.
Watch the Mexico Open on Sling TV
Starting at $46/mo., subscribers of Sling Blue with Sports Extra can watch all of the Mexico Open coverage on Golf Channel.
Watch the Mexico Open on Hulu + Live TV
For as low as $69.99, Hulu + Live TV is the perfect place to watch the Mexico Open as it includes Golf Channel, CBS, and more than 70 other channels. The streaming platform also includes DVR, Disney+, and ESPN+.
Watch the Mexico Open on fuboTV
The world’s largest sports-oriented streaming service fuboTV includes CBS and Golf Channel for only $69.99 per month. With over 110 channels and DVR, fuboTV is one of the best values out there.
Watch the Mexico Open on DIRECTV STREAM
For $105/mo., the Ultimate package provided by DIRECTV STREAM includes CBS and Golf Channel. On top of DVR, DIRECTV STREAM Ultimate includes three-month subscriptions to HBO Max, Starz, Cinemax, Showtime, and Epix, along with over 130 channels, so there’s something for everyone.
Watch the Mexico Open on YouTube TV
For $64.99/mo., YouTube TV offers a complete package to watch all of the action live from Puerto Vallarta. Golf Channel and CBS are included along with 80 other channels, plus DVR, so you can record your favorite moments.
Watch the Mexico Open on PGA Tour Live on ESPN+
For $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, ESPN+ subscribers get full access to PGA Tour Live. With PGA Tour Live, viewers can enjoy extended and expanded coverage on the course. The network will carry over 3,200 new hours of live streaming and over 4,300 exclusive hours total.
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Watch the Mexico Open on Paramount+
Subscribers to Paramount+ Premium can watch the simulcast of CBS coverage of the Mexico Open for $9.99 per month, or $99.99 per year.