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How to stream or watch Omar Uresti

How to stream or watch Omar Uresti

The 2023 Puerto Rico Open at Grand Reserve Country Club in Río Grande, Puerto Rico is taking place March 2 – 5, and Omar Uresti is one of the entrants looking to take down the tournament and wrangle the $3,800,000.00 prize.

Uresti has played in five tournaments in the past 12 months. His best finish was 67th, and his average finish was 67th, with no top fives.

Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Uresti 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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Omar Uresti Stats and Recent Trends

  • In his last five events, Uresti finished outside the top 20.
  • He’s qualified for the weekend in one of his last five events.
  • Uresti has not been in contention in any recent tournaments, as he’s not posted a score better than the field average or finished within five shots of the leader in any of his last five appearances.
  • He posted a final score of 0 relative to par in his only made cut in his last five events.

Omar Uresti at the 2023 Puerto Rico Open

  • This course is set up to play at 7,506 yards, 213 yards longer than the average course on Tour over the past year.
  • 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.
  • Courses Uresti has played over the past year have measured an average of 7,387 yards, 119 yards shorter than the 7,506-yard Grand Reserve Country Club for this week’s event.
  • Over the past year, the events he’s played have a scoring average of -8 among finishers, which is lower than the -7…


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