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TELEVISED SPORTS SCORE BIG FOR COUNTY

The 2022 Honda Classic put the spotlight back on The Palm Beaches this past February after a re-imagined year in 2021 due to COVID-19. The tournament, played at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, was broadcast across the globe. In addition to the nationally televised coverage on NBC’s Golf Channel, the event was shown throughout hundreds of countries with a potential reach of one billion households.  Meanwhile, Pickleball - America’s fastest growing sport – is heating up in Palm Beach County. The Association of Pickleball Professionals (APP) recently held two tournaments in The Palm Beaches. The APP Masters was played at Patch Reef Tennis and Pickleball Center in Boca Raton in January, and the Delray Beach Pickleball Open was played at the Delray Beach Tennis Center last month.  The events were livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook while also being featured nationally on CBS’s The Inside World Pickleball Show. Meanwhile, the Tennis Channel produced more than 40 hours of live-event coverage for the Delray Beach Open, which was shown in over 1.4 million households. The tournament was also streamed online for international audiences and was broadcast by Sky Sports in the UK.

Sporting events in The Palm Beaches provide countless hours of TV coverage year after year. The TimberTech Championship tees off later this year from October 31 to November 6, 2022, with the Golf Channel providing live coverage that reaches millions of households. Then, it’s bowling season when the annual Boca Raton Bowl returns to Florida Atlantic University in December. That Bowl game is covered by ESPN and reaches more than 1.5 million homes each year. Discover world-class sports in The Palm Beaches by visiting palmbeachsports.com/news.