The Charles Schwab Challenge day 4 coverage kicks off today (Sunday, June 15), at 1 p.m. Eastern | 10 a.m. Pacific | 6 p.m. GMT, and goes to 3 p.m. Eastern on the Golf Channel.
As was the case yesterday, CBS picks it up from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m..
It's the end of the line: time to watch Charles Schwab Challenge 2020 live streams play out. It's pretty easy to get a stream, so once you've digested our guide, you won't need much time to get ready. Instead, focus (like the current leading golfer Xander Schauffele) on the field of play.
This year’s PGA Tour Charles Schwab Challenge feels a lot different because, well, this is the first big golf event since sports shut down earlier this year. Of course, though, it makes sense that golf is one of the first sports to open. The common courtesies offered on the green are by nature social distancing.
The Charles Schwab Challenge, which takes place at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, TX, which is regarded as one of the best courses on the PGA Tour. The Challenge features 16 of the top 20 ranked golfers in the world, with Patrick Cantlay, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott and Tiger Woods missing the action.
Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy will make their debut appearances in the tournament, and while the former is 1 stroke behind the leading Schauffele, Rory is 3 back.
Here's everything you need to watch 2020 Charles Schwab Challenge live streams this weekend:
How to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge online anywhere, with a VPN
CBS and the Golf Channel aren't everywhere, so I get that Americans abroad may have trouble finding Charles Schwab Challenge. Watching these four days of gold with the rest of the internet can be pretty easy with the right VPN (virtual private network), you can stream the show from wherever you go.
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How to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge in the US
American cable subscribers and cord-cutters alike can get a Charles Schwab Challenge 2020 live stream, as its channels are widely available. Today's coverage is spread across Golf Channel (from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern) and CBS (3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern).
The Golf Channel is available on multiple live TV streaming services, including Hulu + Live TV and Fubo TV. CBS is available on both of those services, as well as its standalone CBS All Access service.
Hulu + Live TV (opens in new tab) isn't just a great place to stream the Golf Channel and CBS. It's got more than 65 channels, including ABC, Fox and NBC, plus major networks such as ESPN, Bravo, CNN, FX, Syfy and TBS. On top of that, you get regular Hulu, which comes with a vast library of movies and TV shows as well as award-winning originals like The Handmaid's Tale.
Fubo.TV (opens in new tab): Sports fans — now that sports are slowly coming back — should check out Fubo.TV. It's got a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front, and in addition to both of the aforementioned channels — CBS and Golf Channel — it's also got on demand movies, so you're not just watching sports.
Those who don't need the early rounds coverage, and want to focus on the decisive end-game holes should look at CBS All Access (opens in new tab) offers a free 7-day trial (opens in new tab) when you sign up for one of the plans. The basic tier is $5.99 per month and streams limited commercials. The ad-free plan is $9.99 per month. If you sign up for an annual plan, you get 15% off.
How to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge in the UK
In the UK, the Charles Schwab Challenge is on Sky Sports Golf (opens in new tab). If you don't have a Sky Sports subscription, you can opt for a Now TV Sports pass (opens in new tab), which costs £8.99 per day.
Charles Schwab Challenge 2020 leader board
As of Saturday morning at noon, here's where they rank
- X. Schauffele: -13
- B. Grace: -12 [tied for 2nd]
- G. Woodland: -12 [tied for 2nd]
- C. Morikawa: -12 [tied for 2nd]
- J. Spieth: -12 [tied for 2nd]
- J. Thomas: -12 [tied for 2nd]
- D. Berger: -11 [tied for 7th]
- H. Varner III:-11 [tied for 7th]
- P. Reed: -10 [tied for 9th]
- J. Rose: -10 [tied for 9th]
- B. DeChambeau: -10 [tied for 9th]
- C. Conners: -10 [tied for 9th]
- A. Ancer: -10 [tied for 9th]
- R. McIlroy: -10 [tied for 9th]