As the golf season winds to a close across the board, there are still a few events worth watching this weekend. Check out these four tournaments from the LPGA, LIV Golf, DP World Tour and the PGA TOUR.

LPGA Mediheal Championship – As the LPGA Tour swings into the season’s final two months, the tour moves to California this weekend for the LPGA Mediheal Championship. Last year’s rookie winner Matilda Castren won with a 65 on Sunday’s round, making her the first Finnish player to win on the LPGA tour. This year, the field of 120 players will feature the likes of Danielle Kang and Sei Young Kim at the Saticoy Club in Somis, CA.

Where to Watch: Stream it or watch from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. EST via Golf Channel.(Delayed for television to air from 9:00 p.m. to Midnight)

LIV Golf Bangkok – LIV Golf will be spending the weekend North of Bangkok in the Pathum Thani province of Thailand. Their event will debut the Stonehill course, which is a private course that opened this year. LIV only has two events left on its schedule. Next week they will be traveling to Saudi Arabia, home of the tour’s controversial benefactors, before capping the season with a Tour Championship at Trump’s Blue Monster in Miami at the end of the month. 

Where to Watch: Although we have discontinued our Livestreams via ParOne of this event, LIV Golf will be streaming the tournament via their Youtube Channel and Facebook page.

Acciona Open de Espana – The DP World Tour is in Madrid this weekend for the Acciona Open de Espana. The Club de Campo Villa de Madrid will host the tournament on their Championship Course, which was designed by Javier Arana and has been one of the key courses on the former European Tour since 1957. Two top 50 players will play in this weekend’s event, including Jon Rahm, who won the tournament at the same course back in 2019. 

Where to Watch: Stream it or watch starting at 7:30 a.m. EST on Thursday, October 6th via Golf Channel.

Shriner Children’s Open – Meanwhile, the PGA Tour is teeing up halfway across the world in Las Vegas for the Shriner Children’s Open. As winter slowly creeps in, the PGA Tour will slow down and migrate to warmer climates. Fresh from their President’s Cup performance will be Patrick Cantlay and Max Homa, as well as the International team’s Cam Davis, Si Woo Kim, Mito Perreira, and more.

Where to Watch: Stream it or watch from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. EST via Golf Channel.

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