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How to watch Shriners Children's Open, Round 4: Featured Groups, live scores, tee times, TV times

The final round of the Shriners Children's Open takes place today at TPC Summerlin. 

Here's everything you need to know to follow the action.

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Full tee times


HOW TO FOLLOW

Television: Thursday-Sunday, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. ET (Golf Channel).

PGA TOUR LIVE: Thursday-Friday, 9:30 a.m.-8 p.m. ET (Featured Groups).

Radio: Thursday-Friday, 2 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, 3 p.m.-8 p.m. (PGA TOUR Radio on SiriusXM and PGATOUR.com/liveaudio).

TOURCast: Get shot-by-shot info in real time with shot tracks and video with TOURCast.

TOUR Pulse: Get the PGA TOUR app to utilize TOUR Pulse, which provides users the ability to experience a mix of content, such as video highlights, written hole summaries and stat graphics on every player after every hole they complete.


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Open Broadcaster Software with Local Capture

Last Updated: Oct 12, 2021 11:58 pm

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Live Score with Open Broadcaster Software by using the local Window Capturing to integrate Live Score. This is a perfect solution if you run Live Score on the same computer with Open Broadcaster Software.

Using the Window Capture is a basic way when running the Standard Edition of Live Score.


Start Live Score

We start by opening Live Score and selecting our sport.
Live Score will now start the main application with the sport you have selected.

Now it's time to add and prepare our scoreboard.



Add a Scoreboard

Let's add a new scoreboard by using the + button in the right scoreboard panel of the main window. This will open the layout gallery, where you can choose one or more of your available layouts.

After clicking on Add your scoreboard should appear in the center area of Live Score.
Now you can move it around by dragging the scoreboard with your mouse, zoom it or customize it.




Start Live Score Engine

We're done in Live Score.
The last thing we need to do is to start the Live Score engine.
Do this by pressing the blue start button in the top right corner of the main window.

This will start all timers and controllers that are necessary to update your scoreboard data properly, and to enable incoming iOS connections from your remote apps.




Start Open Broadcaster Software

It's now time to start your Open Broadcaster Software.
Do this on the computer that also runs Live Score.

OBS should now display an empty project - no input source or anything else.
So let's add a video or camera source.

Click on Add Video Capture Device and set up your camera feed.
Your video should now appear in the main window of OBS.




Add your Scoreboard input

It's finally time to add our Live Score scoreboard to OBS.

Click on Add Window Capturein the Sources section.
The Window Capture input allows us to directly capture a running application from your computer in OBS.

First we need to set a name for our new source.

In the appearing dialog afterwards, we have to select our window that should be captured.
Select Live Score, disable Capture Cursorand close the dialog by pressing OK.

Not working?

If you do not see Live Score in the preview after selecting it, please close the dialog. Go to Live Score and make sure that it is not minimized.
Bring Open Broadcaster Software to the front again and repeat the whole step.
This seems like a bug, that OBS cannot find minimized applications when creating input sources.



Crop the Overlay

Our next step is to prepare the scoreboard for our final integration.
This means we have to crop the screen, to only see the scoreboard, and then apply chroma keying to remove the background from the scoreboard source.


We start by opening the filter dialog for our source. Right-Click on the scoreboard layer while selected, and click on Filters.

Add a Crop/Pad filter and adjust the Left/Top/Right/Bottom values below the preview until you only see your scoreboard and the background color.





Apply Chroma Keying

Add a new Chromy Key filter below the crop/pad filter.
Now select the Key Color Type below the preview to match your background color.

Play around with the sliders below until your background color disappears and only your scoreboard remains visible.

For faster results, use the Similarity slider if your background color matches your Key-Color-Type.

Improve your results by adjusting the sliders and settings until you are satisfied.

Close the filter dialog and you should now only see the scoreboard above your camera feed.



Bringing it all together

Everything is set up correctly.
All we need to do now is to adjust the size and move it to the place where you want it to appear. Drag the edges of the red rectangle in the preview to adjust the size or just drag and drop the whole scoreboard to your preferred location.





That's it, you're ready to go


You can now go on with finer adjustments, like positioning the scoreboard, scaling it, and proceeding with your usual broadcasting workflow.





Live Score has not been made in cooperation with Open Broadcaster Software.
This tutorial only covers the current version of Open Broadcaster Software and does not ensure any functionality of Open Broadcaster Software.



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LiveScore: Live Sports Scores

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Plus with our exclusive LiveScore 360° replays, you can watch LaLiga Goals of the Week from every angle.

You’ll also find the latest LiveScore video news from football leagues including the Champions League, Premier League, Serie A, LaLiga and Bundesliga.

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Quickly get to the scores and match details you’re interested in. Favourite your team to follow their progress in the leagues and see past results or upcoming fixtures.
Switch on notifications for your favourited teams to keep track of all the action.

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Find upcoming matches with the calendar feature, including MLS, Premier League, Champions League fixtures.

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Select which match events you want to hear about in your settings. From when line-ups become available, or the start of the second half, there’s every detail you won’t want to miss.

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See champions made and teams relegated as the league tables update as the scores come in, including for MLS, Premier League and LaLiga.

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If basketball is your thing then LiveScore is the best sports app for keeping up with the game, with NBA conferences, play-offs and finals all covered. From court details in basketball’s top competitions, to up-to-the minute commentary, LiveScore will deliver you fast score updates.

Follow international cricket tournaments and see cricket scorecards, ball-by-ball commentary and detailed descriptions of each wicket, from ODIs to T20.

LiveScore delivers fast updates with the latest score and sports info coverage for soccer, basketball, hockey, tennis and cricket.

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20 FUNNIEST AND MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENTS IN SPORTS

LAS VEGAS (AP) Rory McIlroy felt as though he had been spinning his wheels for the last five months as he tried to get better and instead got nowhere. It took the Ryder Cup for him to realize what he had was always good enough.

McIlroy shifted into high gear in Las Vegas.

Starting nine shots behind on the weekend, McIlroy followed a 62 by closing with a 6-under 66 for a one-shot victory over Collin Morikawa on Sunday in the CJ Cup at Summit, his 20th career victory on the PGA Tour.

''I know that when I do the things that I do well, this is what I'm capable of,'' McIlroy said. ''It's just a matter of me getting back to playing golf and playing golf my way. That starts with being creative and being visual and maybe sort of sifting through the technical thoughts.''

He was creative enough to hit a flop shot over the bunker to a tucked in for an important par save, allowing him to stay tied with hard-charging Morikawa and move past a fading Rickie Fowler to start the back nine.

And instead of chipping from short of the green on the par-5 14th, he went with putter and got the pace right to hole a 35-foot eagle putt to seize control at The Summit Club.

McIlroy is the 39th player to win at least 20 times on the PGA Tour, and it's his fifth straight PGA Tour season with at least one win. That gives him lifetime membership as soon as he completes 15 years as a tour member, which is two seasons away.

''At least I've got the wins,'' he said.

Fowler, who started the final round with a two-shot lead as he tried to end nearly three years without a victory, faded with a pair of three-putts and shot 71 to tie for third.

''Obviously, disappointed, but this is a big step in the right direction with where we've been in the last two years,'' Fowler said.

The threat came from Morikawa, a member at The Summit Club, who shot 29 on the front to get in the mix and closed with an eagle for a 62. That forced McIlroy to play mistake-free after his big eagle putt on the 14th, and he never came close to a bogey in finishing at 25-under 263.

''It is a big carrot,'' McIlroy said of the 20 wins. ''I didn't know it would be this week.''

It was similar to his first win on the PGA Tour in 2010 at Quail Hollow. McIlroy was nine shots behind going into the weekend at that tournament and closed with rounds of 66-62 to win.

McIlroy, along with a fifth straight PGA Tour season with a victory, now has multiple wins in a calendar year for the seventh time in his career. His other win was the Wells Fargo Championship in early May.

The turning point might have been his most frustrating moment - 0-3 at the Ryder Cup until winning his Sunday singles. By then, the Americans were well on their way to winning and McIlroy's fought back tears in an emotional interview when his match was over.

All he could do was win his point, and he did whatever that took. And a light came on.

''I wasn't trying to be perfect, I wasn't trying to hit shots that I wasn't comfortable hitting, I just went out there to try to win my match and I did,'' McIlroy said. ''I think part of the emotion at the end of it was to do with that week, but it was also probably to do with the last few months in terms of searching to try to get better and the realization that I don't need to search for anything, it's all right here.''

It was all on display during the weekend at The Summit Club.

Keith Mitchell, who had a five-shot lead going into the weekend until a 73 in the third round, closed with a 67 and tied for third with Fowler.

Fowler was poised to end a 32-month drought by starting the final round with a two-shot lead and looking as though he was intent on finishing it off.

That began to change on the par-5 sixth. From the middle of the fairway, Fowler pulled a fairway metal into the desert, took a penalty drop, and then three-putted from 35 feet for a double bogey. McIlroy made birdie and just like that they were tied, along with others farther along in the round.

On the 10th, where McIlroy saved par, Fowler three-putted from 18 feet to fall back, and he never caught up.

Morikawa ran out of momentum. He put pressure on McIlroy to be sure, but the British Open champion failed to take advantage of birdie chances on the reachable par-4 12th and the par-5 14th with an iron from the fairway.

''Whenever you shoot 62 you're always going to be pleased,'' Morikawa said. ''But I thought I left a few out there, especially with some putts. But overall I'm very pleased the way this last 18 went, especially at a course that I've played a lot. I felt very comfortable and it's a good way to start the season.''

It was even better for McIlroy, who now heads off for a three-month break.

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(This version corrects that McIlroy is two seasons away from lifetime membership)

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