Catch The Young Guns Before TV Coverage Starts



The Greatest Show On Grass takes center stage this week at TPC Scottsdale at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and you can get exclusive coverage of some of the best young players in the world by signing up for PGA TOUR LIVE now.   

Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson, Patrick Reed, Daniel Berger and Matt Kuchar are just some of the stars that you’ll be able to watch for six hours a day before the Golf Channel coverage kicks off on Thursday and Friday.

You can also watch the product for free from 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Twitter.

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This first two rounds of the Waste Management Phoenix Open will be live streamed on PGA TOUR LIVE beginning at 9:15 a.m. EST, giving subscribers nearly six hours of live golf that otherwise would go unseen. 

On Thursday, PGA TOUR LIVE will be dominated by the young guns — Spieth, Fowler, Rahm, Matsuyama, Koepka and Berger — while Friday will offer a change of pace, showcasing some of the veterans of the sport, including past champions Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson. Kuchar, Thomas, Reed and Adam Hadwin will compliment the coverage with some of the hottest players on the planet.

Here is PGA TOUR LIVE’s schedule for Thursday and Friday at TPC Scottsdale. 

Thursday:
Broadcast time: 9:15AM/ET – 7:00PM/ET
Twitter Window: 9:15AM/ET – 10:30AM/ET
Featured Groups – Hole 10
9:57 AM/ET: Jon Rahm / Jordan Spieth / Rickie Fowler
10:06 AM/ET: Hideki Matsuyama / Daniel Berger / Brooks Koepka

Friday:
Broadcast time: 9:15AM/ET – 7:00PM/ET
Twitter Window: 9:15AM/ET – 10:30AM/ET
Featured Groups – Hole 10
9:57 AM/ET: Justin Thomas / Phil Mickelson / Adam Hadwin
10:06 AM/ET: Patrick Reed / Bubba Watson / Matt Kuchar

There will also be featured hole coverage over the weekend.

Saturday:
Broadcast time: 11:30AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Featured Holes – Holes 12 & 16

Sunday:
Broadcast time: 11:30AM/ET – 6:00PM/ET
Featured Holes – Holes 12 & 16

Last year’s WaMo was won by Hideki Matsuyama after a hard-fought battle down the stretch with Rickie Fowler. After three holes of halved scores, Matsuyama claimed his second PGA Tour victory when Fowler’s drive on the reachable par-4 17th skirted across the green and into a water hazard. Harris English, Danny Lee and Boo Weekley rounded out the 2016 top-5. 

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About PGA TOUR LIVE: PGA TOUR LIVE is a subscription-based digital platform service that offers live coverage of two concurrent featured group pairings during morning competition prior to the start of the regularly scheduled television coverage. It also offers live-streaming coverage from select holes after early-round group coverage has concluded. You can watch on iOS, Android, computer or Apple TV 4 for one-tap access to live golf. Keep track of your followed players across all devices with a free account.

Starting with the CareerBuilder Challenge, broadcast of all tournaments for the rest of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season will be available on PGA TOUR LIVE except for the majors (The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open Championship, PGA Championship) and alternate-field events. 

Monthly subscriptions are $5.99 and an annual subscription is available for $39.99. 

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