Golf Live Streaming
As well as being one of the most played sports on the planet, golf is also one of the most-watched. The game is big business in Australia, Europe and the United States, with major competitions taking place virtually every weekend. There are several options to stream rounds from every event, including all four majors and the Ryder Cup, in Australia. Find out what they all are here.
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Streaming Golf in Australia
Golf is one of those great sports which never really stops. Yes, all the majors take place across the autumn and winter, but the game is about much more than four weekends in a year. Golf is played professionally from January through to December, and it’s never short on drama!
The game is a close-run affair these days. Gone are players like Jack and Tiger who would dominate every tournament. These days golf is packed with so much talent that it is virtually impossible to call the winner of an event. Especially the majors.
There are several ways to stream major PGA events during 2021, whether you like your golf in front of your home TV or with a mobile device when out and about. All of these options are practical, great value and even come with free trials.
How to watch Golf in Australia
The vast majority of live and on demand golf is available in Australia via Fox Sports. This dedicated set of sports channels includes PGA Tour, Euro PGA and Women’s PGA Tour events. You can watch Fox Sports in Australia with Foxtel, Foxtel Now, Foxtel from Telstra and Kayo Sports.
All of these sports streaming options come with their own perks and advantages including money-saving long term plans and free trials. You can even catch replays of the tournaments that take place in the early hours. Find out more below.
Stream Golf live on Kayo
All major PGA Tour and Euro PGA Tour tournaments can be streamed Live and On Demand, direct from the course, with the Kayo streaming service. Kayo Sports offers access to all Fox Sports channels as well as ESPN and beIN so that you can watch the best Golf events as well as tons of other sports under one subscription. Golf is also included with the Kayo free trial offer.
Stream Golf with Foxtel Now
If you like the idea of having the entire Foxtel TV service at your fingertips without cable or satellite installation, then Foxtel Now is the ideal option for you. Foxtel Now allows you to stream over 50 live sports, including all golf majors and PGA Tour events across the golfing calendar. Golf is also included with the Foxtel Now free trial offer.
Golf on Kayo from Telstra
Telstra customers can follow players like Adam Scott and Cameron Davies at PGA events with a Kayo from Telstra offer. This service provides all the same sports content available with a normal Kayo subscription. The only difference is that you pay $15 per month for a Basic Plan, or $25 per month for the Premium Plan. Both of these offers include logins for the Kayo app, perfect for watching golf on the move.
Live Golf on Foxtel Now from Telstra
To watch world-class Golf with the Telstra Foxtel Now option, all you need is a Telstra broadband or mobile account. The service includes all the same advantages and content as a standard Foxtel Now subscription, the only difference being that the first month is offered for free. You must, however, commit to a 12-month contract. That means access to live PGA golf events across the calendar from January through to December.
Watch Golf live with Foxtel
If you are a Foxtel cable or satellite customer and already have Sports HD , there is an easy way to stream PGA events including all 4 majors. Foxtel Sports lets customers access the Foxtel Go app meaning you can even watch golf on the move. You can download Foxtel Go from Google Play or the Apple Store. Simply use your Foxtel logins and stream golf wherever you are.
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Stream Golf replays on demand
As most of the major PGA Tour events and majors take place in the USA, watching them live can be difficult for Aussie golf fans. However, it’s never been easier to catch up with on demand the morning or afternoon after play has ended.
Thanks to On Demand replays you can just wake up and watch the latest round as if it were happening live. Apps like Kayo also allow you to watch tournaments with the hugely practical ‘No Spoilers’ feature, which ensures you don’t see any results before you’ve watched all the action. On top of that, you can stream short Kayo Minis which are bite-sized highlights of the day’s play, ideal for a quick viewing session.
How to stream Golf for free
A great way to watch major golf tournaments, including the US Open and The PGA Championship, without paying a cent, is with a free trial. In Australia, you can get free trials for watching golf with either Kayo and Foxtel Now. Foxtel and Kayo golf coverage includes the PGA Tour, Euro PGA Tour and Women’s PGA Tour events.
Free trials are offered to new and returning customers. Even though there is no trial available with Telstra, they do provide alternative discounts and reduced monthly costs compared to standard Kayo and Foxtel Now services.
Golf Times in Australia
Here are the dates you need to put in your diary for upcoming World Class golf events.
|Sport||Event||Date / Time||Watch On||mm/dd/yy|
|Golf||3M Open Round 1||23/07/2021 04:00||Kayo,Foxtel||07/23/2021 04:00|
|Golf||3M Open Round 2||24/07/2021 04:30||Kayo,Foxtel||07/24/2021 04:30|
|Golf||3M Open Round 3||25/07/2021 05:00||Kayo,Foxtel||07/25/2021 05:00|
|Golf||3M Open Round Final Round||26/07/2021 03:00||Kayo,Foxtel||07/26/2021 03:00|
PGA Golf Rankings
The PGA Rankings change each and every weekend as golfers add a few more zeros to their annual prize money. Find out who is ahead of the pack every weekend right here with our top 10 rankings table.
Players to watch
Here are some of the best players performing on the circuit at the moment who are expected to push for major honours in 2021.
One of the most consistent players on the PGA over the past two years has been Dustin Johnson. He seems to be able to handle the big pressure moments and consistently finish in the top ten of the tournaments he enters. He has a number of major wins to his name, and not many would bet against him adding more.
Spanish golfer Jon Rahm is following in the footsteps of compatriots Seve Ballesteros and José María Olazábal by winning majors. He took out some stiff competition at the US Open to win his maiden major in 2021, and currently tops the rankings.
He may have won four majors in his career, but Rory McIlroy isn’t happy with just that. After struggling for a few years he seems to be refinding his best form and has been banging on the door in virtually every tournament he has entered in 2021.
Best Tournaments in Golf
Although there is tons of great tournaments that take place at some stunning courses around the world, there are a couple that are seen as the ‘ultimate’ for golfers. Check them out here and mark them in your diary!
The Open Championship
Taking place every July at different courses across the UK, The Open Championship is one of the oldest competitions in Golf, and also one of the most challenging. The event usually takes place on links courses that are close to the sea, meaning blustery conditions that can break even the most decorated talents.
Augusta, Georgia is a name synonymous with golf thanks to the Masters. Some of the biggest names in the game have won here, all walking away with the famous ‘Green Blazer’. The event is usually filled to the brim with golf-crazy US golf fans, and it’s often the American players who come out on top.
Best NBN plans for streaming Golf
Telstra’s latest NBN plans are a great way to stream Golf without worrying about how much data you use. A 500GB Data ($75/mth) plan will give you speeds of up to 25Mbps, whilst the more complete Premium Internet + Unlimited Data (from $90/mth) plan provides speeds up to 100Mbps.
New and switching customers signing up for Telstra Broadband service today can also make big savings when signing up online, as the standard $99 connection fee is waived. Once you’ve signed up you can tailor your plan by choosing the option that works for the picture quality you desire.
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