The PGA Tour might be well underway, but it won’t be over until late September, so right now would be the perfect time to catch up. The suspense is high as Tiger Woods takes a break from the PGA Tour and we’ve yet to see if Jordan Spieth continues his superstar rise, or if Phil Mickelson mounts a winning comeback.

In the US, CBS Sports and NBC Sports/Golf Channel are your go-to sources for your PGA Tour fill. NBC is available through Sling TV, DirecTV Now, FuboTV, and PSVue, but you would need to check if it’s available in your area.

In the UK, Sky Sports is your one-stop shop for the PGA Tour coverage, while cord-cutters can find Sky through NOW TV.

In Canada, Global, Golf Channel, RDS, and TSN televise and stream the tournaments.

In Australia, ABC, CNBC, and Fox Sports only cover the highlights, which is disheartening for a golf fan.

Internationally, a PGA Tour Live subscription gets you live coverage of over 400 hours of tournaments featuring two concurrent group pairings in the morning before the start of the regularly scheduled TV coverage, as well as on 15 select weekends, and more. Also, Twitter #GoLive streams the first 60-90 minutes of PGA Tour’s Thursday and Friday coverage.

PGA Tour Live costs $6/mo or $40/year and is available worldwide except for South Korea (where SBS airs the tournament) and China (Funfun, Golf Channel, IQIYI).

Fortunately, the PGA Tour has broadcast partners pretty much everywhere – Asia, Europe, Africa, India, LatAm, Middle East, you name it. The PGA Tour TV Schedule page lists all the broadcasters.

The PGA Tour is well-covered in the US and beyond, but that’s not the problem. The problem is your Sky, NBC or CBS premium streams are unavailable when you are abroad. And it can be very annoying when you’re paying for a premium subscription and get zilch out of it because you have to travel.

If you don’t want to miss a day of the PGA Tour, you either buy yet another subscription, or you get yourself a good VPN and stream the tournaments live using your existing membership.

Here is how. A Virtual Private Network is an online service running a slew of servers across the globe. When you connect to a VPN server in the US, it assigns you a US IP address and routes all your traffic through the server.

A US IP address provided by a VPN enables you to emulate your location in the US because all sites see you as a user connected from the national territory. With that, you should have no problem streaming the PGA Tour via SlingTV or any other American provider.

Likewise, if NBC is unavailable via Sling TV or DirecTV Now in your region, check out where it’s not blacklisted and spoof into that state. Mission completed.

Even if you are in China and unable to stream via your PGA Tour Live subscription, just use a VPN to spoof into some neighboring state, such as India or Thailand.

Besides unlocking your PGA Tour live streaming, a VPN also encrypts your traffic, protecting everything you do online:

  • Hackers can’t decipher and steal your sensitive information
  • Your ISP can’t throttle your bandwidth or snoop on you
  • You can bypass regional blackouts, school, and office firewalls, or state-imposed censorship
  • You can access a variety of streaming services and gaming servers
  1. Subscribe to a VPN service.
  2. Install the VPN client on your computer or mobile device.
  3. Clear your browser’s cache.
  4. Launch your VPN and connect to the server in the country of your choice.
  5. Go to your streaming provider’s website – you are all set to enjoy the PGA Tour from anywhere in the world.

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