How to Stream Golf Channel on Roku or Fire TV Stick
You can stream Golf Channel live on Roku, Fire TV Stick and Google Chromecast.
fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV are live TV streaming services that carry Golf Channel.
I’m going to show you how to stream Golf Channel live without any kind of cable or satellite TV subscription.
Watching Golf Channel on a Roku, Fire TV or Apple TV is super easy thanks to the current wave of cord–cutting and streaming options.
If you’ve never used a live streaming service before, it’s really simple.
Instead of a cable cord delivering your favorite channels to your TV, companies like Sling TV, fuboTV and others live stream popular networks like Golf Channel online. All of your favorite networks — whether its ESPN or HGTV — are no longer exclusive to Dish Network, Comcast, Spectrum and DIRECTV.
Right now, the cheapest way to watch Golf Channel is through Sling TV. The Sling Blue package with the Sports Extra bundle has 60 networks, including Golf Channel for $51 per month.
You can check the latest offer Sling TV is making to new and returning customers.
But Sling TV isn’t your only option. Choosing the best live streaming service depends your ideal channel lineup, features and price. So forget about paying through the nose just to watch the Farmers Insurance Open, or the Honda Classic.
Don’t shell out major bucks to just to watch the Players Championship every year.
It’s time to tee up and kiss your hefty cable bill goodbye.
Table of Contents
- How to Stream Golf Channel on Roku or Fire TV Stick
- Sling TV: Watch Golf Channel Online
- Watch NBC Golf Channel Live with Hulu
- Watch Golf Channel Live with fuboTV
- Is Golf Channel on YouTube TV?
- PGA Tour on ESPN+
- What’s the best way to live stream Golf Channel?
Sling TV: Watch Golf Channel Online
Sling TV has two main channel bundles. To stream Golf Channel live on a Roku or other streaming device, you’ll need the Sling Blue bundle.
Sling Blue costs $40 per month on its own. It has 48 channels, including A&E, TBS, TNT, NBC Sports Networks and some local channels such as FOX.
The Sports Extra bundle carries Golf Channel and 11 other networks for $11 more a month. Look over the Sling Blue/Sports Extra channel lineup to see what you’ll get. Those channels include MLB Network, NFL RedZone, NBA TV, NHL Network and Outside Television.
Subscribers get 50 hours of Cloud DVR so you can record sports or TV shows.
Aside from live TV, there’s on-demand programs from Golf Channel such as Golf Channel Academy and Nick Dougherty’s Tee Time Tips. Sling TV works on Smart TVs from LG and Samsung, and major streaming devices such as Roku, Fire TV and Apple TV. XBox One works, too.
You can check the latest offer Sling TV is making to new and returning customers.
Get a free streaming device when you sign up for a brief subscription. There are no sneaky fees, or contracts. You can cancel and restart a subscription whenever you want.
Watch NBC Golf Channel Live with Hulu
Hulu with Live TV has a 75+ live networks including sports, local channels and news.
Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR and full access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu’s on-demand library. A subscription costs $69.99 per month.
So if you’re already paying for Disney+ or Hulu’s on-demand service, trying out Hulu’s Live TV package might be the best option for you.
You’ll be able to stream Golf Channel, ABC, CBS, Big Ten Network, Animal Planet and ESPN.
Hulu Live TV subscribers can also activate 38 apps on a streaming device, tablet or PC. That includes NBC Sports. Look over Hulu’s Live TV channel lineup to see what local and regional sports networks are in your area.
You can stream on two devices at once. That includes an iPhone even when you’re away from home. So if you want to watch Brooks Koepka on the green one weekend, no worries. Your family can watch a different show on another channel.
Check out the lineup of local channels offered in your area. There are no obligations or contracts.
Watch Golf Channel Live with fuboTV
I don’t brag about being an early adopter often, but I was using fuboTV before it was cool.
Now it’s even better. fuboTV carries a robust lineup of sports networks — both regional and national — alongside ESPN, local NBC, CBS and FOX channels.
The entry-level bundle comes with 152 networks that pulls together AMC, A&E, History, and even select sporting events in 4K. Subscribers get 1,000 hours of DVR. And there are customizable options such as its “family share” plan and regional sports networks that you won’t find anywhere else.
fuboTV also has its exclusive “look back” feature, an on-demand hub that has sporting events that aired in the last 72 hours.
Subscribers can activate more than 41 apps on their streaming device or PC. fuboTV’s basic plan costs $74.99 per month, and it’s the best choice if you’re used to having a big channel lineup from your cable TV or satellite subscription.
fuboTV has apps for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices like NVIDIA Shield and Smart TVs. Look over fuboTV’s channel lineup, or check out a free 7-day trial.
Is Golf Channel on YouTube TV?
Yes, you can stream Golf Channel along with 127 other networks, including ESPN and HGTV. YouTube TV carries local CBS, ABC and NBC stations nationwide and unlimited Cloud DVR. Subscribers pay $64.99 per month. New customers are offered a free 7-day trial.
PGA Tour on ESPN+
ESPN+ is now the exclusive streaming home of the PGA Tour in the U.S. There will be 35 tournaments and more than 4.300 hours of live coverage in 2023 from January to November.
As part of a 9-year deal with the PGA Tour, ESPN+ has exclusive coverage in the mornings. The sports streaming hub also has coverage in the afternoons, co-existing with the TV broadcaster (GOLF, NBC, CBS).
What is featured-hole coverage?
Generally speaking, featured-hole coverage shows different camera angles of players on certain holes. The featured-hole coverage will happen simultaneously with the live broadcasts on CBS, NBC or Golf Channel.
A subscription to ESPN+ costs $9.99 per month, and includes a deep library of the latest 30 for 30 episodes, live NHL and MLB games.
You can sign up for ESPN+ and start streaming live featured hole coverage within the ESPN app.
What’s the best way to live stream Golf Channel?
I’ve just thrown a lot of choices at you. Let’s recap and winnow the field a little bit so you can start watching the PGA Tour and your favorite golfers — whether its Tiger Woods, Rory Mcllroy or Jordan Spieth.
Sling TV is the cheapest option at $51 per month. You can check the latest offer Sling TV is making to new and returning customers.
You’ll need to subscribe to the Sling Blue bundle ($40 per month) and the Sports Extra bundle ($11 per month) to live stream Golf Channel. You get 60 channels total. Sling TV gives you a free or discounted streaming device when you prepay for a two-month subscription. There is no obligation to keep your subscription after that.
fuboTV is the best option if you’re a huge sports fan, and want a big lineup of regional sports networks, local FOX and NBC stations and entertainment networks such as A&E. There is 120+ channels in the basic package for $74.99 per month. fuboTV is the only streaming service showing select sporting events in 4K HDR. And the “look back” feature is handy for catching up on games. fuboTV offers a free trial that lasts a week.
Hulu with Live TV has 75+ networks, unlimited Cloud DVR and access to Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu’s on-demand service for $69.99 per month. Before you sign up for Hulu + Live TV, you can look over the channel lineup by typing in your zip code.
This article was published on January 28, 2021, and has been updated.
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There seems to be no good way to solve this problem. I tried ESPN+ but they did not have Masters coverage.
Coverage switching from golfchannel to ESPN+ to network TV is a nightmare. GolfChannel does not seem to be offered anywhere without FOX ‘entertainment’ and I don’t wish to subsidize them.
I don’t want to go back to spectrum for that reason – even the ‘choice’ version includes that toxic mess.