Keen to watch the PGA Championship online and see how it unfolds? There are a couple of different ways to do so. The PGA Championship runs from today until May 22, and it’s the 104th PGA Championship. Whether you’re looking to watch the PGA Championship stream on your computer, smartphone, or television, we’ve got everything you need to know right here. Read on to learn how you can watch PGA Championship live stream online, and how much it will cost you.
Watch PGA Championship on ESPN+
The PGA Championship is being broadcast on ESPN so it makes perfect sense to watch it online via ESPN+. While it’s not the only place to watch PGA live stream, ESPN+ is one of the simplest and cheapest ways to sign up. ESPN+ costs just $7 per month or you can choose to sign up for a whole year for just $70, saving you $14 (or two months’ worth) by committing to an annual plan.
Signing up to ESPN+ gives you access to live streams of thousands of sporting events including UFC, MLS, MLB, PGA Golf, as well as an on-demand archive of fantastic past games and dozens of original shows too. One of the real highlights of ESPN+ is its 30-documentary series that’s ideal to watch when the golf isn’t on.
Alternatively, if you’re keen to get more involved with streaming services, another great value option is to sign up for The Disney Bundle. The Disney Bundle gives you ESPN+, Disney Plus, and Hulu (ad-supported), all for just $14 a month. A saving of $8 per month compared to if you signed up to all three services, it gives you access to Disney Plus’s vast catalog of movies and original series, as well as Hulu original series and all of the best shows on Hulu, too.
Watch PGA Championship on Hulu with Live TV
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Another great option for watching the PGA Championship live stream is to sign up for Hulu with Live TV. It’s a fantastic option for sports fans who are keen to cut the cord and stick to online streaming over traditional methods. You get access to the full catalog of Hulu original shows and movies, along with more than 75 TV channels including ESPN and ESPN 2. There’s also the…
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