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Golf Channel

You’re trying to watch a big PGA Tour event, but it’s only on Golf Channel — and you don’t have cable. What do you do? Simple: You read this guide on how to watch Golf Channel without cable! You can snag a free trial of one of the streaming services below to watch an event without paying a dime, and then decide whether to keep the subscription and enjoy Golf Channel indefinitely while saving big bucks compared to cable. Here’s everything you need to know to watch Golf Channel without cable.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Golf Channel:
  Price Channels Free Trial  
$69.99 - $82.99 85+ none Watch Now
$69.99 - $159.99 140+ 5 days Watch Now
$74.99 - $94.99 220+ 7 days Watch Now
$40 - $60 30+ - 130+ 3 days Watch Now

How to Watch Golf Channel Online Without Cable

If you’ve read our guides to watching other cable networks without cable, then you probably know what to expect here: skinny bundles, baby! When it comes to live TV, skinny bundles are a cord-cutter’s best friend. Skinny bundles aren’t free — they’re a form of pay TV — but they’re considered a cord-cutting solution because they differ in a few key ways from cable and satellite companies. Skinny bundles get their name from their stripped-down channel packages, which are (usually) tiny compared to the countless channels (with nothing on) cable offers. And there’s one more important difference, which makes skinny bundles a true cord-cutting solution: Skinny bundles are delivered “over the top” (OTT), meaning over the internet rather than by traditional cable infrastructure. In other words, you don’t need a cable company, which means no regional monopolies. Nice!

Ready to start catching your favorite golf events? Here is a list of all the ways you can watch Golf Channel:

Can I Watch Golf Channel on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

Can you watch Golf Channel live on your favorite streaming device? I’m so glad you asked! You can indeed, because each of the major skinny-bundle services listed above offers apps for most devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast.

Most Popular Shows on the Golf Channel

The Golf Channel might be all about golf, but that doesn't mean every one of its shows is exactly the same. Here is a line-up of some of the most popular shows on the network:

  • “Golf Central”
  • “Ladies Euro Tour Golf”
  • “Presidents Cup”
  • “Shotmakers”
  • “PGA Tour Golf”

More to Watch for Golf Channel Fans

If you like golf (we assume you do since you’ve gotten this far), we think you’ll also like a few other sports. Read on for a couple recommendations we think might appeal to fans of Golf Channel.

Like golf, tennis is often played at country clubs. Luckily, you don’t have to go to your local country club to catch the action. Instead, you can stream major tournaments such as the U.S. Open and Wimbledon. Check out How to Watch Tennis Without Cable to find out everything you could ever want to know about livestreaming the sport.

30 thoughts on “How to Watch Golf Channel Without Cable in 2024

  1. Christine OKeefe says:

    I would love to cut the cord. My priorities are The Golf Channel, Bravo, and ESPN. How do I figure out what’s best? I do not own Sling or Hulu or Amazon Prime, yet, but I do have the Apple TV device.

    1. says:

      Hi Christine,

      Of the major skinny bundles, DIRECTV NOW, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV offer Bravo, ESPN, and Golf Channel – and all of them have apps for Apple TV. We recommend you to take advantage of their free trials to see which one suits your particular needs the best.

      1. P Low says:

        YouTube TV has live sports and The Golf Channel. (I have same problem
        for Husband). It has 85 channels and unlimited recording for your shows. for $64.99. It has a customizable guide but I’m still learning how to manage recordings, etc.

  2. B Kentner says:

    I have a Roku, but to watch the Golf Channel, they want to know my television provider. I use antenna TV, so no provider. What can I do?

    1. says:

      Hmm, what Roku channel are you using?

  3. Laura says:

    I have a Fire Stick and don’t want to pay much for 1 of the packages. Is there any way to just purchase the Golf Channel yearly?

    1. says:

      Unfortunately, that’s not possible currently.

      1. Anonymous says:

        Make it happen!! I have at least 15+ friends that would pay for it. Don’t make us pay for things we won’t use when we just want golf!! Monopoly!

        1. David P says:

          I’d pay for the Golf Channel App on my Roku device.

          1. Alan says:

            Me too

          2. Anonymous says:

            me 3

          3. Sheri Bauers says:

            Me 4! The whole reason I have cable is because of the Golf Channel… the rest of the crap isn’t worth the $100 per month and I can get much of that elsewhere… but not the Golf Channel 🙁

    2. Cecil Cole says:

      Can’t solve your problem Laura, but understand and sympathize with the question. We “cut the cord” to save money. Most of us. Now, in order to get the channel we want we have to sign on to streaming packages that offer more than we want, and that’s expensive. Just like the cable companies of yore, and even today. Defeats the purpose of saving money. Might as well stick with cable in that case. Hopefully, one day we will be able to “cherry pick” the channels we want — and only those.

  4. Bruce says:

    Great site, I look forward to following…

    1. says:

      Thanks, Bruce!

  5. Greg Johnson says:

    Looks like it’s going to cost $35 to $50 per month to get the Golf Channel. There has got to be a better way.

  6. Eric says:

    I have Apple TV and they offer NBC Sports, which includes Golf Channel, BUT they need your service provider. I, too, have cut off my cable so I have no provider. What to do?

  7. Mary Pat Quinn says:

    I like to watch golf. I can’t get satellite TV due to line of sight restrictions. I’m trying to get cable but it’s difficult.

  8. allen says:

    I would love to watch golf channel’s coverage of the ryder cup, but I dont have cable and no cable service provider.

    I Have Apple TV, Netflix, and a semi-smart TV with web browsing

    any advice?

  9. Justin Rose says:

    Seems that there are many people on this site and probably 1000’s that have not commented on here that are only looking for the Golf Channel, why can’t anyone just give us it?? Make a solid but reasonable price and you’ll have many more people subscribing daily! Please help us consumers out. Thank you

    1. Mitchell McCune says:

      Get a Google Chromecast and plug it into your tv. Get Google T V and cast from your device on your WiFi, Apple or Android, and enjoy Golf Channel. It’s the only way I’ve found to get Golf Channel without paying an upchatge.

    2. Kevin Klabunde says:

      Totally agree! I would like to subscribe to only the Golf Channel!

  10. David says:

    I do not see an option on my Sling Blue offering “Sports Extra” therefore NO Golf Channel.


    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      Hi David, thanks for reading! You should be able to sign up on Sling TV’s website. Failing that, try contacting their customer service department.

  11. Robert McCrea says:

    I have an old TV and instead of cable I get local channels through a cheap antenna with a coaxial cable hooked up to my TV. Is there any of these stripped down skinny services that provide the Golf Channel through a coaxial cable hook up? I’d be willing to pay the $40-50 a month to get the Golf Channel which is the only channel I really want? My cable co. charges 82$/month for the package that has the Golf Channel.

    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get a streaming service through the same coaxial jack that you’re using for your antenna. You’ll have to use a separate input for a streaming device and use that streaming device to access the streaming service that includes Golf Channel. That usually means an HDMI input, but the Roku Express+ uses RCA connectors:

      With that said, the big live TV streaming services tend to offer local channels in their packages (in select markets). If you invest in a skinny bundle to get Golf Channel, there’s a chance that you’ll find the same service gives you all of the local channels you are getting over the air, too. Thanks for reading, hope this helps!

  12. Lorie Hamilton says:

    The Golf Channel is very important to my husband. In Wisconsin, through Spectrum Silver and Gold Packages, I see a different logo on channel 28. Blue circle, silver outlined with silver stylized G whereas the searching I do online shows the NBC peacock and is labeled Golf Channel (without the “The”). Watching tournaments live, not just primetime on NBC, golf shows, pro-lessons seem to be important to him. I am trying to confirm the NBC peacock logo Golf Channel is one in the same (offered through Hulu). I also worry it might be a more stripped down version. Thank you in advance for any guidance that can be provided!

  13. Mike says:

    Golf channel is awesome but you can stream the PGA channel to live stream events for free.

  14. Luis says:

    I have spectrum but am cutting back on my service I have raku,can I get the golf channel thru that device

  15. Bob says:

    What do you recomend for us poor folk up here in Canada living under a Fascist’ regime?

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