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How to watch the Magical Kenya Open

European Tour Productions, the DP World Tour’s in-house production company, will produce and distribute live coverage of the Magical Kenya Open as the International Swing resumes on the 2024 Race to Dubai.

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The Magical Kenya Open marks the first of three events in the continent of Africa as Muthaiga Golf Club plays host to the fifth staging of the event since it became part of the DP World Tour schedule in 2019.

Rikuya Hoshino, who won his maiden DP World Tour at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, is joined by a fellow winner this season in Dylan Frittelli, while past champions Ashun Wu and Guido Migliozzi also take their place in the field.

Full coverage plan

World Feed Transmission Times

DateLocal timeGMT
Thursday 22nd February13:00-18:0010:00-15:00
Friday 23rd February13:00-18:0010:00-15:00
Saturday 24th February12:30-17:0009:30-14:00
Sunday 25th February12:00-17:0009:00-14:00

Who is part of the commentary team?

Leading the on-site team in Kenya are Dominik Holyer and Richard Boxall, who played in 439 events on the DP World Tour.

Joining them in the commentary box is six-time DP World Tour winner Tony Johnstone, while there will also be on-course analysis from Ken Brown - who claimed one of his nine professional titles in Kenya in 1983 - and former professional golfer Iona Stephen, who will also conduct post-round interviews.

Where else can you watch coverage?

  • United Kingdom: Sky Sports
  • France: Golf+
  • Germany: Sky Sports
  • Spain: Movistar
  • Sweden: Viaplay
  • USA: Golf Channel
  • Kenya: K24

For specific broadcast timings of these and all other territories please check your local listings.