Golfing fans have something to look forward this weekend as that’s when the Ryder Cup will begin. The Ryder Cup is a biennial golf tournament between teams from the United States and Europe, and is considered to be most prized competitive asset according to PGA president Ted Bishop.
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This year, both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are part of the 11-member US “Ryder Cup Task Force”, while Team Europe has notable members like Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington.
This year the tournament will be held in the United States from Sept 30th to October 2nd, and naturally you can enjoy the competition via services supported by the playmoTV gateway.
How can I watch the Ryder Cup?
If you read our blog post regarding the English Premier League and signed up for any of those services, then you should be happy to know that any of those are airing the Ryder Cup.
If you didn’t read that post, then the services that will be streaming the Ryder Cup are:
- Sling TV (US service) – Supported on Mac/Windows, Fire TV/Stick, XBox One and Apple TV (the newest one). Make sure you sign up for Sling Blue and select an add-on called Sports Extra (an additional $10) so you get NBC Golf. Sling Blue with the Sports Extra add-on costs a total of $35/month, and allows users to have two simultaneous streams at once.
- Viaplay (Nordic service) – Supported on almost all major devices. Mac/Windows, Apple TV (old and new), iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs. Viaplay Sports costs 269 DKK/month (around $40/month).
- NOW TV (UK service) – Supported on almost all major devices. Mac/Windows, Apple TV (old and new), iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs. With NOW TV you get access to Sky Sports. NOW TV sports costs £6.99 for a Day Pass ($9), £10.99 for a Week Pass ($14) or £33.99/month ($44) if you opt for their automatic subscription.