Mark your calendar for March 2 – 5, when Camilo Villegas and the rest of the competitors tee off at Grand Reserve Country Club in Río Grande, Puerto Rico to take part in the 2023 Puerto Rico Open.
Villegas has played in 20 tournaments in the past 12 months. His best finish was 13th, his average finish was 50th, and he made the cut seven times (35.0%).
Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Villegas before he hits the course at the 2023 Puerto Rico Open, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.
Puerto Rico Open TV Channel and Live Stream Info
- Date: March 2 – 5, 2023
- Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Friday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Sunday Coverage: Golf Channel
- Location: Río Grande, Puerto Rico
- Course: Grand Reserve Country Club
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Puerto Rico Open Coverage on fuboTV and ESPN+
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Camilo Villegas Stats and Recent Trends
- In his last five events, Villegas finished outside the top 20.
- He’s made the cut in one of his last five appearances.
- Villegas has not posted a score better than the tournament average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his last five tournaments.
- He finished -6 relative to par the only time he made the cut.
Camilo Villegas at the 2023 Puerto Rico Open
- Courses on the PGA Tour have played at an average length of 7,293 yards over the past year. This tournament will take place on a par 72 that clocks in at 7,506 yards, 213 yards longer than average.
- The average course on the PGA Tour over the past year has played to 69.75 strokes per round and a score of -5 compared to par. At Grand Reserve Country Club, the scoring average is lower at -7 relative to par per tournament.
- Grand Reserve Country Club checks in at 7,506 yards, 209 yards longer than the average course Villegas has played over the past year (7,297 yards).
- The tournaments he’s played over the past year have seen an average score of -5. That’s higher than this course’s recent scoring average of…
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