PGA Championship 2021 live stream: How to watch the golf Major online
PGA Championship 2021 live stream
The PGA Championship 2021 golf tournament finishes today (Sunday, May 23) at 7 a.m. ET. In the U.S., play will start on ESPN and continue on CBS and its services. But you can watch your country’s coverage no matter where in the world you are by grabbing a VPN.
Watching a PGA Championship 2021 live stream of the final round from Kiawah Island will be a fascinating and potentially history-making experience.
Phil Mickelson stands one shot clear of the field after three rounds and if the 50-year-old can hold on to his lead, he’d become the oldest Major winner ever.
At one stage yesterday, the five-times Major winner was five shots clear of the pack, only for Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen to draw level as the day went on. But both dropped shots late on, giving Mickelson a one-stroke advantage over Koepka and two over Oosthuizen as we enter the final day.
Can Mickelson hold on? We can’t wait to find out. And the good news is that there are lots of ways you can tune in to a PGA Championship 2021 live stream. Here’s how to watch the PGA Championship 2021 live online, wherever you are in the world.
PGA Championship 2021 live stream: How to watch the PGA Championship golf anywhere via a VPN
If you’re worried about how to watch the PGA Championship 2021 live stream when you’re away from home and can’t access your usual streaming services, fear not. A virtual private network, or VPN, makes it so that you can appear to be surfing the web from your home town, so you can access the same streaming services you’ve already paid for.
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PGA Championship 2021 live stream: how to watch the PGA Championship live online in the US
If you’re in the U.S. and want to watch the PGA Championship 2021 live stream of the final round in its entirety, you’ll need both ESPN and CBS. That’s because ESPN has the rights to the early play, while CBS will take over for the conclusion.
Coverage will start on ESPN Plus, the streaming service you can bundle with Hulu and Disney Plus, before the traditional cable version of ESPN tees off at 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT.
Then, from 1 p.m. ET, CBS will have the remainder of the play — including the potentially crucial final holes.
If you’ve cut the cord, there are lots of options for watching ESPN. Our favorites for the first two rounds would be Sling Orange and FuboTV, both of which cover the service. For the final two days, if you already have CBS on cable then you’re good: just head to the CBS website and log in with your cable credentials, and you’ll be able to watch a PGA Championship 2021 live stream online.
If not, then FuboTV will be your friend, because it includes both ESPN and CBS in its starter plan. For a fee of $65, you get a whopping 122 channels including ABC, FOX and NBC, plus sports channels such as NFL Network, the Big Ten Network and the Golf Channel.
Alternatively, you could tune into the final round of the Masters 2021 live stream via CBS’ new Paramount Plus streaming service. It costs just $5.99 per month with ads or $9.99 without.
And don’t forget, if you’re usually based in the U.S. but aren’t at home right now you can still watch the services you subscribe to by using a VPN such as ExpressVPN.
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PGA Championship 2021 live stream: how to watch the PGA Championship live online in the UK
As is usually the way with the major golf tournaments, Sky Sports is the place to go to watch a PGA Championship 2021 live stream in the U.K. If you don’t already subscribe, you could sign up for the basic Sky package plus the Sky Sports Golf channel for £36 per month. Alternatively, you could go for the entire Sky Sports package starting from £43 per month.
If you don’t want to commit to a lengthy contract, another option is to buy a Now Sports Pass. This will let you access all 11 of the Sky Sports channels for a limited time, with prices starting at £9.99 for a Day Pass and £33.99 for a month.
PGA Championship 2021 live stream: how to watch the PGA Championship live online in Canada
The block of TSN channels will be all Canadian golf fans need to get a PGA Championship 2021 live stream. Much simpler than what Americans are dealing with, all of the Canadian coverage airs on various TSN channels, starting at 10 a.m. ET each day.
If you want to watch the whole thing, a subscription to TSN Direct might make sense: you can pick it up for $7.99 a day or $19.99 a month.
French-language coverage will also air on RDS.
PGA Championship 2021 live stream: how to watch the PGA Championship live online in Australia
Not sure how to watch the PGA Championship 2021 in Australia? Golf fans Down Under can catch the action on Fox Sports, but a Masters live stream will also be shown on the new streaming platform Kayo Sports . As with the other options in our list, this can be accessed wherever you are by using one of the best VPN services.
PGA Championship 2021 live stream: TV schedule (U.S.)
Here’s the schedule for the PGA Championship 2021 golf tournament in the U.S.
- Round 1 — Thursday, May 20: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. ET (ESPN Plus); 1-7 p.m. ET (ESPN)
- Round 2 — Friday, May 21: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. ET (ESPN Plus); 1-7 p.m. ET (ESPN)
- Round 3 — Saturday, May 22: 8-10 a.m. ET (ESPN Plus); 10 a.m. -1 p.m. ET (ESPN); 1-7 p.m. ET (CBS)
- Round 4 — Sunday, May 23: 8-10 a.m. ET (ESPN Plus); 10 a.m. -1 p.m. ET (ESPN); 1-7 p.m. ET (CBS)
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