Ryder Cup 2018: Live stream, TV schedule, and how to watch golf action online

THE 42nd Ryder Cup is alive and kickin', with extensive live coverage from start to finish.

There is no reason to miss even one shot as Europe look to wrest the trophy away from the Americans.

 A smiling Tiger Woods faces the media at Le Golf National

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A smiling Tiger Woods faces the media at Le Golf National

This endearing event encapsulates all that's good about modern day sport: world stars at the top of their game involved in intense rivalry that whips up phenomenal interest worldwide.

Rather like the World Cup, whether you are really interested in golf the nature of the contest takes over for three wild, roller-coaster days from Friday-Sunday.

And what a contest. Tiger Woods has enjoyed an amazing career but his Ryder Cup record isn't up to much and nor is Phil Mickelson's.

Conversely, Ian Poulter always seems to pull something out of the fire and Sergio Garcia is likely to belie a run of poor form to give Europe a boost.

 Europe's Jon Rahm takes a breather during practice for the 42nd Ryder Cup

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Europe's Jon Rahm takes a breather during practice for the 42nd Ryder Cup
 Phil Mickelson, like Tiger, will want to improve on his Ryder Cup record

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Phil Mickelson, like Tiger, will want to improve on his Ryder Cup record

So tune in and live the golf dream…

Sky Sports' David Livingstone presents coverage of all three tournament days beginning at 6.30am on Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Sky Sports Main Event over Friday and Saturday ahead of the opening morning fourballs teeing off at 7.10am.

Sky Sports customers will also be able to stream the action via the Sky Go app.

Alternatively, golf fans can buy a Sky Sports Day Pass via NOW TV.

 Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter, Tommy Fleetwood and Paul Casey shoot the breeze during practice

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Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter, Tommy Fleetwood and Paul Casey shoot the breeze during practice

Day passes, which let you add Sky Sports channels for 24 hours, start at £7.99 a day, with a weekly pass starting from £12.99, and no locking in to a contract.

NOW TV doesn't even require a typical television to use, as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.

You can ALSO watch the Ryder Cup online. Here's the link for Europe.

BBC One will show highlights of day one and two at 8.30-10.30pm on Friday and Saturday, with Sunday's singles being reviewed from 7.30-9.30pm.

 Poulter has a word for the huge galleries following practice at Le Golf National

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Poulter has a word for the huge galleries following practice at Le Golf National

Or you can follow all the action via SunSport's live BLOG.

Friday, September 28

Morning: Fourballs, starting 7.10am.

Afternoon: Foursomes, starting 12.50pm.

Amazing drone footage shows the 2018 Ryder Cup Albatros Course of Le Golf National

Saturday, September 29

Morning: Fourballs, starting 7.10am.

Afternoon: Foursomes, starting 12.50pm.

Sunday, September 30

12 singles matches, starting 11.05am.

 

THE 42nd Ryder Cup is alive and kickin', with extensive live coverage from start to finish.