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PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ has Thursdays, Fridays only at fall US events

PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ has Thursdays, Fridays only at fall US events

The FedEx Cup Fall is a unique one-off of seven tournaments, as the PGA Tour transitions from the wrap-around schedule to a return to a calendar-based format, with the 2024 campaign starting in January.

Of the seven events, four of them will be staged in the U.S.

That means for you live streamers and cord-cutters out there, your viewing options are being altered just a tad, as the streaming coverage of PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ will only be on Thursdays and Fridays.

ESPN+ is the exclusive home of PGA Tour Live, and Front Office Sports reports that it’s the most watched content on the streaming platform. But while ESPN+ generally has its four-channel experiences for all four days of PGA Tour stops, it’ll only have the first and second rounds of those U.S.-based tournaments.

Dates Tournament Course Coverage start time
Sept. 14-15 Fortinet Championship Silverado Resort
Napa, Calif.
10 a.m. ET
Oct. 5-6 Sanderson Farms Championship The Country Club of Jackson
Jackson, Miss.
8:30 a.m. ET
Oct. 12-13 Shriners Children’s Open TPC Summerlin
Las Vegas
9:30 a.m. ET
Nov. 16-17 RSM Classic Sea Island Golf Club (Seaside Course)
St. Simons Island, Ga.
9:30 a.m. ET

The Zozo Championship in Japan, the World Wide Technology Championship in Mexico and the Butterfield Bermuda Championship will not have PGA Tour Live on ESPN+.

All seven of the fall events will have four rounds of live coverage of Golf Channel, which will be simulcast on NBC’s streaming service Peacock.


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