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The action on the PGA Tour continues to come thick as fast. This week, those still plying their trade on America’s premium golf tour will be playing in Silvis, Illinois, where the John Deere Classic is set to take place at TPC Deere Run.
Where to Watch the John Deere Classic on TV
Plenty of local golf fans are expected to pack inside the stadium course, designed by three-time winner of this tournament D. A. Weinbring, but not everybody will be lucky enough to witness what should be a birdie-fest in person. Fear not, though, as there are plenty of television options for golf fans who want to see what happens in Silvis this week.
John Deere Classic TV Schedule (UK)
There are a couple of viewing options for those inside the United Kingdom who want to watch this event, but the primary platform with most of the action is the Sky Sports Golf Channel.
Starting on Thursday, July 6th, coverage will begin on Sky’s dedicated golf channel at around 17:00 p.m. BST. Viewers can tune in from the same time on Friday too, while on Saturday and Sunday, coverage begins at the same time too.
For those golf fans who are currently thinking of upgrading to Sky Sports Golf, doing so ahead of this tournament will set you back £18 per month. If you’d prefer to wait until the final day to soak up the action, then you can get your hands on a day pass via NOW for £12.
Of course, nowadays there are now more viewing options for people beyond television. UK viewers also have some streaming options, as detailed below.
John Deere Classic TV Schedule (US)
Of course, US viewers will have a different TV schedule, while they also have different options. If you’re in the United States and you’re looking to settle down in front of the TV for the golf, then you’ll need to flick over to the Golf Channel from 16:00 p.m. EST on Thursday, while coverage begins from the same time on Friday too.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Golf Channel has the action too, though there is also another option. For those who prefer, CBS while host coverage of the John Deere Classic from 15:00 p.m. EST on both Saturday and Sunday, though if you want to tune in earlier, the Golf Channel has live coverage on those days from 13:00 p.m. EST.
A final option for US watchers would be to subscribe to ESPN+, where there will be full uninterrupted coverage from around 7:45 a.m. each morning of the tournament.
How to Stream the John Deere Classic?
If streaming is your thing, then streaming company Peacock has got you covered in terms of John Deere Classic viewing. You can subscribe to Peacock and access a live stream for each day of tournament.
Right now, Peacock costs $4.99 (roughly £3.92) per month, that’s with ads. If you want to enjoy streaming unaccompanied by advertisements, then you’re looking at $9.99 (roughly £7.85) per month.
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