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Tee Times is an online publication featuring a weekly newsletter and occasional long-form features about the professional golf world. Covering the PGA Tour, LIV Golf, Asian Tour, DP World Tour, and more.

The weekly newsletter features stories from each major golf tour from the past week and a look ahead to the upcoming week. Free of all sponsor interests, Tee Times seeks to provide impartial coverage of all tours, and when possible, insight into some of golf’s most interesting stories.

There’s a lot going on in golf these days, and we’re following it all, making it digestible, and delivering it straight to your inbox every Tuesday morning.

What does the newsletter look like?

Every Tuesday morning you’ll have a comprehensive breakdown of what’s happened in the last week on each individual tour, and what you’ve got to look forward to next. Of course there will be special features covering any big events in the professional golf world, which have been quite common lately!


PGA Tour (The American Express):

Si Woo Kim won this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii. A tap in birdie on the 18th hole to edge out Hayden Buckley for the victory. An impressive 67, 67, 64, 64 tournament to finish -18. This mark’s the 28 year old South Korea native’s 4th win on the PGA Tour, adding to his one win on the Web.com Tour in 2015.

Next week is The American Express at The Pete Dye Stadium Course in La Quinta, CA. While the defending champion won’t be in attendance (Hudson Swafford, now playing on LIV Golf), Si Woo Kim will be in the hunt for the back-to-back PGA Tour victories, as he won the event in 2021.

Fun fact: Until 2011 The American Express was a 5 round, 90 hole event.

Asian Tour (World City Championship @ Hong Kong GC):

Kho Taichi won this weeks event on the Asian Tour finishing -12 after 3 rounds, beating Australian Michael Hendry. Travis Smyth rounded out the podium at -9.

This marks the first professional win for Taichi, a University of Notre Dame graduate who also won the GolfWeek Hoosier Amateur in 2021.