Posted March 09, 2018 12:16:46 Ironman Ironman is an American professional golfers world championship event held annually at the Arnold Palmer International Course in the United States.
It has traditionally been held at the nearby PGA Tour Championship, although there have been attempts to hold the event in Augusta, South Carolina.
The event is held on three different days, with a total of nine days, each featuring one of the eight top players competing for the $2.2 billion prize.
It is also the first golfing event in the world to be televised live on the main network of the ABC, Fox, CBS, NBC and Univision networks.
The winner will be crowned on the final day of the event.
The tournament was originally scheduled to take place at the PGA Championship in 2017 but the tournament was postponed for a year due to a water main break in South Carolina, which led to the postponement of the 2018 event.
It will again be held on the same course, but will have a different format and be held at a different time of day.
The field is set to include some of the world’s top golfers including the world number two Dustin Johnson and the men’s number one Justin Rose.
In the women’s tournament, a record-breaking 10 women have been crowned.
The first two rounds of the women in singles are set to be played in the second day and women’s doubles will be played the third day.
Players will also be allowed to play the men and women in the women and men divisions of the men final, which is scheduled for June 20.
The women’s golfers are hoping to win the event by one win each.
The 2018 event was postponed due to the water main breaks that happened in South Carolinas earlier this year, forcing the postponing of the tournament.
“The Arnold Palmer tournament was moved to a more popular location and is now a full weekend long event,” said PGA TOUR spokesman John Suter.
“With the new weather conditions we anticipate a great turnout.
Our staff is working closely with the PPGA to make sure everyone is able to participate in this historic event.”
The Arnold Palmer World Golf Championship, a one-day event, will again have a live TV broadcast and will be held June 19-20.
The final round of the competition will be broadcast live on ABC and Univison on Sunday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m. ET.