European Tour Productions will produce the high-definition broadcast, including two hours of live coverage on each of the four competition days. The English-speaking commentary team will include Sean McDonough as host, Andy North as analyst, Dottie Pepper as the on-course reporter and John Sutcliffe handling interviews.
With a host of broadcast partners around the globe, golf fans can follow the Latin America Amateur Championship through TV channels covering key markets on four continents. Live first- and second-round coverage will air Jan. 15-16 from 2–4 p.m. (all times local to Barbados). The third round will air 11–1 p.m. on Jan. 17, followed by final-round coverage at 12–2 p.m. on Jan. 18.
ESPN will provide event coverage throughout this year’s host country, as well as the entirety of Latin America. Other broadcasters include ESPN2 / ESPN News (United States), Fox Sports Asia, Fox Sports Middle East, LeTV (China), TSN (Canada) and SuperSport (Southern Africa).
Day 1, Thu, Jan 15
2 - 4pm
Day 2, Fri, Jan 16
2 - 4pm
Day 3, Sat, Jan 17
11am - 1pm
Day 4, Sun, Jan 18
12am - 2pm
on the official event website, www.LAACgolf.com.
The champion will receive an invitation to compete in the 2015 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. In addition, the winner and the runner(s)-up will be exempt into the final stages of qualifying for The Open and U.S. Open Championship. Finally, the champion will receive full exemptions into The Amateur Championship, U.S. Amateur Championship and any other USGA amateur championship for which he is eligible.