How to Watch Magical Kenya Open 2024: TV Schedule, Live Streams, and More

Published 02/21/2024, 3:00 AM EST

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The next stop for the DP World Tour is Kenya. An extension of the European Tour’s International Swing, the Tour is currently on its way to the Muthaiga Golf Club to host the 2024 Magical Kenya Open for the third year in a row.

The Kenya Opens seems to stand undeterred in its decades of survival on various Tours’, comprising 21 years on the Safari Tour, 27 years on the Challenge Tour, and now 5 years and counting on the DP World Tour. As the star-studded field gears up for the competition in Nairobi from February 22nd until February 25th, where can fans watch all the action?

How can you witness the Magical Kenya Open from the comfort of your home?


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This year’s edition of the famous event is set to be jam-packed with entertainment. Even though the defending champion, Jorge Campillo, is not on the field this year, many past champions have agreed to ornate the Muthaiga GC’s greens beautifully.

The event, rooted in a rich historical heritage, has a variety of options to watch. For US citizens, the at-home experience will be tackled by the Golf Channel and the NBC Sports App from Thursday to Sunday. The live stream of all of the rounds of the event will, however, be scheduled early in the morning.


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The TV schedule is as follows:

  • Thursday (1st Round): 5-10 AM
  • Friday (2nd Round): 5-10 AM
  • Saturday (3rd Round): 4:30–9 AM
  • Sunday (Final Round): 4–9 AM


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The sixth event of the eight events scheduled in the International Swing section has promising players like Guido Migliozzi, Ashun Wu, and Justin Harding on the field. This weekend on the European Tour is set to be an exciting one. But what’s at stake for these talents to travel to Nairobi?


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How much money is at stake at this year’s ‘Magical’ event?

This year, the Nairobi-based DPWT event boasts a huge prize purse of a whopping $2.5 million, a $500,000 increase from its 2023 edition. The winner’s share of the increased purse would be $425,000. Whereas, the runner-up will earn around $275,000, and the golfer in 3rd place will go home $157,500 richer.


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Anyone interested can also buy tickets to watch the action in person. There is an option to choose from general admission tickets. Who do you think will come out on top at the Magicak Kenya Open? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Written by:

Daiemah Malik


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Daiemah Malik is a Senior Golf Writer at EssentiallySports. Thanks to many evenings on the course, driving and putting alongside her family, Daiemah is able to give her loyal readers a perspective of both a player and a writer. Her area of expertise is technical core sport pieces like analyzing golfers’ performances or predicting how weather will affect an event and those playing.
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