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How to stream or watch Ryan Palmer

How to stream or watch Ryan Palmer

Ryan Palmer has marked his calendar for January 11-14, when he’ll play at the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, which is held at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Palmer has played in 24 events in the past year. His best finish was fifth, his average finish was 34th, and he made the cut 11 times (45.8%).

Keep reading for all the information you need to know about Palmer before the the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii, including how to catch the action live on TV or via live stream.

Sony Open in Hawaii TV channel and live stream info

  • Date: January 11-14, 2024
  • Thursday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Friday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Saturday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Sunday Coverage: Golf Channel
  • Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Course: Waialae Country Club
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Sony Open in Hawaii coverage on Fubo and ESPN+

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Ryan Palmer stats and recent trends

  • Over his last five appearances, Palmer has one top-five finish and two top-10 finishes.
  • He’s qualified for the weekend in three of his last five appearances.
  • Over his last five appearances, Palmer has finished within five shots of the leader one time and finished with a better-than-average score twice.
  • He has an average score of -14 across his last five events.

Ryan Palmer at the 2024 Sony Open in Hawaii

  • The par 70 measures 7,044 yards for this week, which is 47 yards longer than the average Tour stop over the past 12 months.
  • Golfers at Waialae Country Club have averaged a score of -9 per tournament, lower than the Tour-wide scoring average of -5 over the past year.
  • The average course Palmer has played over the past year has been 220 yards longer than the 7,044 yards Waialae Country Club will measure for this event.
  • Over the past year, the events he’s played have a scoring average of -7 among finishers, which is higher than the -9 average at this course.
  • Over Palmer’s last 10 trips to this tournament, he’s finished among the top five once and the top 10 two times. His average finish at the event is 28th.
  • Palmer has made the cut in nine of his last 10 trips…


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