Meronk and Power Are Expected to Make Their Open Championship Debuts!


It is expected that former ETSU students Adrian Meronk and Seamus Power will make their maiden appearances in the Open Championship on July 13, 2022.

The opening round of play is scheduled to begin on Thursday from the famous venue of St. Andrews. This is the 150th time that the Open Championship has been held.

Meronk and Power Are Expected to Make Their Open Championship Debuts!

On Tuesday, July 12, tee times were made available to the public. On Thursday morning at 3:03 a.m. Eastern Time, and again on Friday morning at 8:04 a.m., the power will go out. Power is placed in the same category as Cameron Smith and Brooks Koepka.

Meronk and Power Are Expected to Make Their Open Championship Debuts!

The first round of Meronk’s competition begins at 6:58 a.m. Eastern Time (ET) on Thursday, and the second round begins at 1:57 a.m. on Friday. Meronk will be competing alongside Haotong Li and Marcus Armitage in this match.

Power, who competed for the first time in any of the four Major Championships this year, finished tied for 27th (+4) at The Masters, tied for ninth (-1) at the PGA Championship, and tied for 12th (+1) at the U.S. Open.

He made his Major Championship debut this season. The winner of the 2021 Barbasol Championship, Power, is coming off a finish in a tie for 30th place two weeks ago at the Irish Open.

This season, Power has finished in the top 10 five times. In the FedEx Cup standings, Power is currently placed 24th, while in the World Golf Rankings, he is ranked 37th.

Meronk has had quite a run of it over the past few months, as he has finished in the top 10 of all eight of his most recent tournaments, with his first victory coming two weeks ago at the Horizon Irish Open.

In total, he has finished in the top five of all eight of his most recent tournaments. Meronk became the first Polish player in the history of the DP World Tour (which was formerly known as the European Tour) to ever win on that tour after he achieved his first victory in his career on that tour.

Meronk, who is presently rated No. 7 on the DP World Tour Rankings and 65th in the world, went to St. Andrews earlier this week to play nine holes alongside Tiger Woods.

Meronk has now competed in two Major Championships, having previously competed in the 2021 U.S. Open and having made his Olympic debut in the month of July of the previous year.

Rhys Enoch was the final Buccaneer to compete in the Open Championship. He did so in 2018, making his first appearance in a Major Championship at Carnoustie.

At the 147th Open Championship, Enoch finished in a tie for 67th place, carding a score of 7 over par 291 to end the tournament (74-71-70-76).

Meronk and Power Are Expected to Make Their Open Championship Debuts!

Fans may tune in to USA Network at four in the morning to catch the opening of the first two rounds of the Open Championship.

USA will also broadcast the early third-round action on Saturday morning from 5 to 7 a.m. Eastern Time (ET), while NBC will take over coverage from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. ET.

The final round of the tournament will be shown on the USA from four until seven in the morning, and then on NBC from seven until two in the afternoon on Sunday.

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