Guide to Watching PGA Tour Golf Online, Mobile, and Tablet
The PGA Tour has certainly embraced live streaming video of it’s events. Now, all network telecast events (which is nearly all PGA Tour events) will be live streamed online. Here’s our guide to help keep you from missing any action.
All the network telecasts (CBS & NBC) of PGA Tour events will be simulcast at PGATour.com and on the PGA Tour mobile and tablet apps. You can find the live stream here at PGATour.com. Apps can be downloaded from the links below.
PGA Tour Live
Launched in mid-summer 2015, PGA Tour live delivers live streaming video of PGA Events. There is an optional subscription service ($4.99/month) that gives you live streaming video access to Thursday and Friday coverage of most PGA Tour events. The pay version gives you previously unavailable broadcast coverage of 1st and 2nd round early morning coverage.
You’ll also find a link to the live stream of CBS’ PGA Tour events at CBSSports.com. It essentially takes you to the same video player. The CBS Sports App also provides a live stream of PGA Tour events, but it can be tricky to find. You need to go to Golf > Schedule on the app, then find the current PGA Tour event, then select “Watch Live.” You can download the app for your phone here at CBSSports.com/mobile.
The live PGA Tour events broadcast by NBC will be available thru the NBC Sports Live Extra both online and on mobile devices. Some of NBC’s premiere events include the US Open, the Player’s Championship, and the Ryder Cup. You’ll also be able to watch Golf Channel events with this app, but those streams will require a TV provider login (see Golf Channel section below for details.)
If you want to watch the PGA Tour events live online that are broadcast by the Golf Channel, you’ll need to have a subscription from an authorized TV Provider and use your login credentials to gain access. To watch online and/or see if your TV provider is authorized, to stream.golfchannel.com. You can also download the Golf Live Extra app.
The Masters provides it’s own live stream online via it’s own website thru it’s partnership with CBS and it’s mobile apps. The 2014 Masters will take place April 9-13th. You’ll be able to watch the network feed as well as select group and select hole coverage at masters.com. You can find the latest Masters golf apps here at Masters.com
Don’t know which PGA Tour tournament is on tap for this weekend? Check out the PGA Tour season schedule. It includes tournament dates and all TV broadcast partners.by