This says the channel in a press release. There have been rumors for some time about a “full return” to the PGA Tour, after only a limited number of matches were broadcast live in 2022.
Ziggo Sports He quietly began broadcasting the PGA Tour live in early January.
At the end of last year, the PGA Tour and DP World Tour discontinued a website and app designed specifically for live streaming Gulf TV. On December 12, the plug was pulled from the project and – in addition to Discovery Plus – they again chose more traditional TV companies.
Marcel Berthuizen, Managing Director of Ziggo Sport: “Golf is an important sport in the Ziggo Sport portfolio, for which we have created our own channel: Ziggo Sport Golf.”
I am glad that we have succeeded in allowing golf enthusiasts to enjoy the best players and the most beautiful tournaments in the world. The most prominent is the Ryder Cup which will be held in Rome this year.
We pay a lot of attention to the Dutch contribution, including during the Dutch Open. We also work with the Dutch Golf Association to promote the sport.
the four Majors – Starting with The Masters in April – Can also be watched live on Ziggo Sport. In addition, pictures of the Asian Tour and the LPGA Tour are displayed on the screen.
the Ryder Cup It was first broadcast in 2006 by Ziggo Sport – then still under the name Sport1. That streak will now continue with the match, which will take place from September 30 to October 1 at the Marco Simone Golf Club near Rome.
With the re-acquisition of the PGA Tour, it is also now certain that it will be greatly upgraded this year specific events In the Netherlands they all appear directly on screen. There are seventeen tournaments with huge prize pools ranging from 15 to 20 million dollars. All senior players are required to participate.
In the coming weeks that will be the WM Phoenix Open, Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational, The Players and World Cup Matchplay.
The PGA Tour took this step as a counterbalance to the Saudi Circuit, or LIV Golf.
He. She KLM is open – Yes, the old name is back – so it will be featured again on Ziggo Golf.
The tournament is one of the oldest on the European Tour and will be held for the third time in a row at the Bernardus Golf Course in Cromfert in Brabant. The 103rd edition of the KLM Open will take place from May 25-28, 2023. Ziggo Sport will be broadcasting the KLM Open live and will be present at the Bernardos with a team of reporters and golf analysts.
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