2020 PGA Players Championship Live Stream and Online TV Replay


Players Championship live free to air TV times

The Players Championship is regarded as the unofficial fifth major on the PGA Tour, and this March we will see the 47th edition take place at the Tournament Players Club Sawgrass in Florida.

This prestigious event pulls together the strongest field of any tournament on the Tour as well as offering incredible prize money, with the winner receiving cUS$2.7 Million this year, and you won’t have to miss a key moment when watching live with this comprehensive TV guide.

2020 Players Championship TV Preview

The Tournament Players Club (TPC) Golf course was built in the late ’70s with the actual players and the fan experience at the forefront of the organiser’s minds. It is a truly remarkable spectacle for the fan, while it can be challenging for the player, with steep bunkers and tricky green placements scattered right across the course. With those factors in mind, you’d expect scoring to be quite low but in the last ten years, the winner has scored -10 or better. Rory McIlroy won the title last year, scoring a very sharp -16, one shot clear of Jim Furyk. Aussie Jason Day won it back in 2016 but apart from that, it’s been an unhappy hunting ground for Australian golfers.

In the last 12 months, one of the more consistent players on the calendar has been world number one Rory McIlroy – who is tipped by many to feature prominently again this year at TPC Sawgrass. Out of all the Aussies, the best hope is Adam Scott, who has had a great six months. Other home hopes come in the shape of Jason Day, Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith, but there is also a wealth of talented Americans who will be looking to put their name on the trophy come March 16th.

When: Friday March 13 – Monday March 16
Where: Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

** PGA announce remainder of Players Championship will be cancelled **

The PGA have announced that the remainder of the 2020 Players Championship will be cancelled. The first round was played, but all remaining rounds have been called off. The PGA also announced that all PGA TOUR events will be rescheduled. The reason for this is due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, and concerns that games and courses may expose players and fans to this community health concern. The full rescheduling of the PGA Golf fixtures can be found here

Where to Watch the Players Championship in Australia

The broadcast rights to the PGA Players Championship in Australia during the 2020 season belong to Fox Sports, which will have every round LIVE throughout the tournament. Fortunately, here in Australia, there are several options for accessing Fox Sports including Foxtel, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.

Watch the Players Championship on TV or Online

To watch on Foxtel with a set-top box using a Standard or HD TV, the best option is the Sports HD pack, which offers more than fifty channels of entertainment, drama, lifestyle, reality and more, as well as over 50 sports on twelve live HD channels. Additionally, every Foxtel channel pack includes the option to stream the content free using the Foxtel Go app.You also have the option to watch the Players Championship online using Foxtel Now.

For good measure Foxtel Now currently offers a 10 day FREE trial so that you can check out all of its content before choosing your preferred pack, and should you decide to subscribe you can cancel anytime if you’re no longer using it. The Players Championship is also available as part of the Foxtel Now Sport pack, which gives you instant access to over 50 Sports shown Live and on demand. Foxtel Now can be accessed using your favourite browser, or via the Foxtel Now app and a variety of internet connected devices. To watch on Foxtel Now with a Standard or HD TV, you can access the platform with a Foxtel Now Box.

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Alternatively, you can access Fox Sports with the Kayo Sports streaming service which currently have a 14 day free trial. Kayo offers the exact same live sports as Foxtel, but with a reduced price plan (Basic or Premium) and no lock-in contract. For fans who want to catch up on the action, Kayo Minis provide a 10-20-minute recap after the live play has concluded. Other game changing features include Interactive Graphics, SplitView and Key Moments, which provide highlights throughout the matches in real-time.

With Kayo you can stream the PGA Championship live to a variety of compatible mobile devices. Eligible devices include select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, the Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers, with new apps and platforms arriving soon. Other Rugby action on Kayo includes the Augusta Masters, PGA Championship, The Open Championship and World Golf Championship.

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Players Championship 2020 LIVE TV Schedule (Sydney time)

DateEventTimeChannels
Friday 13 MarchPGA Players Championship Round 1LIVE: 4.00am – 10.00amFoxtel/Kayo
Friday 13 March PGA Players Championship Round 1 Replay: 5.00pm – 7.00pmFoxtel/Kayo
Saturday 14 MarchPGA Players Championship Round 2 CancelledFoxtel/Kayo
Saturday 14 March PGA Players Championship Round 2 Cancelled Foxtel/Kayo
Sunday 15 MarchPGA Players Championship Round 3 Cancelled Foxtel/Kayo
Sunday 15 March PGA Players Championship Round 3 Cancelled Foxtel/Kayo
Monday 16 MarchPGA Players Championship Final Round Cancelled Foxtel/Kayo
Monday 16 March PGA Players Championship Final Round Cancelled Foxtel/Kayo

All events including Players Championship replays shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. Per broadcasting agreements, there currently is no Players Championship free to Air provider in Australia.