The American Express is confident that they can meet the COVID-19 agreement that states and counties host for the event. With bright skies throughout the year and more than 110 courses for players of all abilities, it is no surprise that Palm Springs is known as the “Western Golf Capital.” Every January, the four-day world-class golf tournament will host the annual American Express Championship, which is the PGA Tour’s favorite stop on the oasis of this resort in Southern California.

The American Express of golf 2021

The tournament has given ticket buyers more than sidelines entertainment in recent years, with on-site food and drink offerings and even live driving range concerts during the final round. The 2021 case will however be scheduled in compliance with state and county laws due to the current COVID-19 crisis.

Venue

The PGA Tour for 2021 The American Express of golf flies to La Quinta, California. The celebration is taking place at La Quinta Country Club this year. Starting on Thursday, January 21, 2021, doesn’t miss a moment of excitement.

For the American Express golf tournament, a 72-hole championship featuring a field of 156 professional and 156 amateur golfers, the world’s best golfers, the PGA Tour returns to the Coachella Valley. Owing to state and Riverside County limitations on health and safety laws from the COVID-19 pandemic, the 63rd edition of the tournament will be played without ticketed spectators in 2021.

Player Name

Serial NumberPlayer NameCountry
1Andrew LandryU.S
2Adam LongU.S
3Jon RahmSpain
4Hudson SwaffordU.S
5Jason DufnerU.S
6Bill HaasU.S
7Patrick ReedU.S
8Brian GayU.S
9Mark WilsonU.S
10Jhonattan VegasVenezuela
11Johnny Miller U.S
12Pat PerezU.S
13D. J. TrahanU.S
14Charley HoffmanU.S
15Chad CampbellU.S
16Justin LeonardU.S
17Mike WeirCanada
18Phil MickelsonU.S
19Joe DurantU.S
20Jesper ParnevikSweden
21David DuvalU.S
22Fred CouplesU.S
23John CookU.S
24Mark BrooksU.S
25Kenny PerryU.S
26Scott HochU.S
27Tom KiteU.S
28John CookU.S
29Corey PavinU.S
30Peter JacobsenU.S
31Steve JonesU.S
32Jay HaasU.S
33Rik MassengaleU.S
34Donnie HammondU.S
35Lanny WadkinsU.S
36John MahaffeyU.S
37Keith FergusU.S
38Ed FioriU.S
39Bruce LietzkeU.S
40Craig StadlerU.S
41John mahaffeyU.S
42Bill RogersU.S
Players List of American Express golf 2021

The American Express Tickets

Receive 20% off your fare purchase on up to eight tickets per transaction when you use any American Express® Card to pay for your purchase. The discount does not extend on taxes or all other costs. The discount does not extend to prior sales and cannot be paired with any other bid. The offer can be changed or terminated without warning at any time. The PGA Tour is exclusively responsible for honoring this deal.

Two free tickets for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday of the tournament can be purchased from Active Duty, Military Reserve, National Guard, Military Retirees, and Military Spouses. For Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, military veterans can buy two discounted tickets for $15 per ticket.

The American Express PGA Tour 2021

The PGA Tour event in the desert reported Tuesday that the 63rd edition of the tournament will be played in 2021 without ticketed spectators due to state and Riverside County constraints from the COVID-19 pandemic on health and safety regulations. But the tournament announced that 156 pros and 156 amateurs would participate in the pro-am format of the event.

American Express PGA Tour 2021
American Express PGA Tour 2021

Which began with the cancellation last March of the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament in Indian Wells, the cancellation in April of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals, and the rescheduling from April to September of the LPGA’s ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage? Furthermore, the International Film Festival of Palm Springs, which was moved from January 2021 to February, was also postponed.

Some golfers like Golf iron with alignment stick cover, because these irons are easy to pick from the top.

Since the tour restarted in June, most PGA Tour matches have been played without fans, although matches in Bermuda and Houston allow limited fans on the golf course. There were no spectators at the Masters tournament in Augusta, Georgia last week.

The American express leader board

POSPlayer NameR1R2R3R4Total
1Andrew Landry66646567262
2Abraham Ancer6867  6663264
3Scottie Scheffler65  646670265
T4Bud Cauley6864  7165  268
T4Sepp Straka69  656866  268
T6Sam Burns71  686763269
T6Tom Hoge 6670  66  67269  
T6Sebastian Cappelen 6770  6468269
T10Grayson Murray64716966270
T10Sungjae Im 67  666968270
T10Andrew Putnam67696569270
T10Rickie Fowler 6564  7071270
T14Adam Schenk666968  68271
T14Tony Finau69627169271
T14Alex Noren67  676869271
T17Matthew NeSmith68  687066  272  
T17Kevin Na69  676967  272
T17Talor Gooch69  716468272  
T21Kyoung-Hoon Lee 68  6968  68  273  
T21Cameron Champ67  7168  67  273  
T21Michael Gligic 69  65  70  69  273  
T21Brian Harman676769  70  273  
T21Sebastián Muñoz67  686870  273  
T21Paul Casey6867  67  71273  
T21Tim Wilkinson7165  6671273  
T21Chase Seiffert 66676773273
T29Cameron Davis66  677269274  
T29Daniel Berger 69686968274  
T29Doc Redman 68  70  68  68  274  
The American express leader board

The American Express Tournament Field

The field will be divided equally between the three tournament courses on each of the first three days: PGA West Stadium Course, PGA West Nicklaus Private Course and La Quinta Country Club.

The American Express Tournament Field
Serial NumberPlayer NameCountry
1Zach JohnsonU.S
2Zac BlairU.S
3Wyndham ClarkU.S
4Vince CovelloU.S
5Tyler DuncanU.S
6Tony FinauU.S
7Tom HogeU.S
8Talor GoochU.S
9Sungjae ImJeju Island
10Stewart CinkU.S
11Si Woo KimSouth Korean
12Sebastian CappelenDanish
13Scott HarringtonCanada
14Scott BrownU.S
15Sam BurnsU.S
16Ryan BrehmU.S
17Ryan ArmourU.S
18Russell KnoxU.K
19Russell HenleyU.S
20Ricky BarnesU.S
21Rickie FowlerU.S
22Rhein GibsonAustralian
23Rafael CamposPuerto Rico
24Peter MalnatiU.S
25Paul CaseyU.K
26Patton KizzireU.S
27Nelson LedesmaArgentina
28Nate LashleyU.S
29Michael GligicCanada
30Michael GellermanU.S
31Max HomaU.S
32Matt EveryU.S
33Martin LairdU.K
34Mark HubbardU.S
35Mark AndersonU.S
36Mackenzie HughesCanada
37Luke ListU.S
38Kyoung-Hoon LeeSouth Korean
39Lucas GloverU.S
40Lucas BjerregaardDenmark
41Kramer HickokU.S
42Kevin KisnerU.S
43Kevin ChappellU.S
44Joseph BramlettU.S
45John HuhU.S
46Joel DahmenU.S
47Jason KokrakU.S
48Jason DufnerU.S
49James HahnU.S
50Hunter MahanU.S
51Harry HiggsU.S
52Harris EnglishU.S
53Hank LebiodaU.S
54Greg ChalmersAustralia
55Fabián GómezArgentina
56Doug GhimU.S
57David HearnCanada
58Danny LeeSouth Korean
59Daniel BergerU.S
60Chris BakerU.S
61Chesson HadleyU.S
62Charley HoffmanU.S
63Charles Howell IIIU.S
64Cameron DavisAustralia
65Cameron ChampU.S
66Byeong Hun AnU.S
67Bud CauleyU.S
68Bronson BurgoonU.S
69Brice GarnettU.S
70Brian HarmanU.S
71Brian GayU.S
72Brandon HagyU.S
73Bo HoagU.S
74Billy HorschelU.S
75Bill HaasU.S
76Ben CraneU.S
77Beau HosslerU.S
78Austin CookU.S
79Anirban LahiriIndia
80Andrew LandryU.S
81Adam LongU.S
82Akshay BhatiaU.S
83Abraham AncerU.S
84Aaron BaddeleyU.S
The American Express Tournament Field

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