2020 PGA Tour live stream: how to watch golf online from anywhere today

With the first major of the season now done and dusted, the PGA’s best including Tiger Woods are spending the rest of August competing in the season-ending FedExCup Playoffs. Spain’s Jon Rahm is back at World No. 1 again in the Tour rankings, closely chased by Justin Thomas, while newly minted 2020 PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa has jumped all the way to No. 5 after his epic victory at TPC Harding Park. There’s now just three events left this season but they’re three of the biggest, so read on as we explain how to find a quality PGA Tour live stream and watch golf online. Alternatively, scroll to the bottom of the page for everything you need to know about the FedExCup Playoffs and how they work.

Watch 2020 PGA Tour golf live

Golf coverage in the US is split between NBC and its Golf Channel offshoot, rival terrestrial network CBS, and now ESPN. In the UK, it’s all about Sky Sports – so a great value Now TV Monthly Pass will get you started there. But whoever your chosen streaming provider is, remember you can take it with you wherever you go – just grab a great deal on the #1 rated VPN around to watch PGA golf from anywhere.

And if the 2020 PGA restart so far is anything to go by, golf fans are in for a real treat over the next few weeks. It’ll take some doing to top Morikawa’s dramatic first major win, which saw him claim the final round lead outright on the 16th hole with an eagle – the 23-year-old having driven the green on the tricky par-4 in what’s arguably the shot of the season.