Payne’s Valley Cup begins at 3 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. BST / 12 p.m. PT, today (Tuesday, September 22). It airs on the Golf Channel.
Today, Tiger's the host for the Payne’s Valley Cup live stream, where he and three other titans of the links will compete for charity. The event takes place at the Payne’s Valley Golf Course at Big Cedar Lodge, and commemorates the opening of the course, which is Woods' first designed course of his own.
Tiger's teaming up with Justin Thomas, the world's no. 3 ranked men's golfer, to form Team United States, which will take on Team Europe: Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose. At Last Weekend's U.S. Open tour stop at the Winged Foot West course, McIlroy placed the highest of the four, at 6-over.
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All four golfers will be mic'd up for this made-for-TV event, which has three kinds of matches: Fourball, Foursomes and Singles. Each of the golfers has been a part of winning Ryder Cut teams in the past, and we're curious as to how this 18-hole match will see them fare, especially as this will be referred to as Woods' "home course."
The course's name, as you may have guessed, pays homage to Payne Stewart, the World Golf Hall-of-Famer.
As you also might have (correctly) assumed, your TV or other device will be the only way to watch the Payne’s Valley Cup, as the event is closed to the public.
Here's everything you need to watch the Payne’s Valley Cup live stream.
How to watch Payne’s Valley Cup live stream with a VPN
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Payne’s Valley Cup live streams in the US
In the U.S., the Payne’s Valley Cup is an afternoon delight, starting at 3 p.m. today and going until 7 p.m. It's airing exclusively on the Golf Channel.
Of these options, we recommend Sling TV, which is $30 per month and comes with 30 channels including ESPN. Another great option is Fubo TV, which is $60 per month for more than 109 channels. Sports fans will find a number of niche sports channels among its lineup.
Sling TV is one of the best and most affordable streaming services. The Sling Blue package comes with over 50 channels, and you can add on the Golf Channel with the Sports Extra bundle ($10 per month). Sling is currently offering a three-day free trial and a 1-year price lock, so you don't need to worry about rising costs.
Payne’s Valley Cup live streams in the UK
Those in the United Kingdom looking to root for Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose aka Team Europe, will want to check out the Payne’s Valley Cup live streams on Sky Sports and Sky Sports Main Event, or online via the SkyGo app.
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Coverage begins at 7 p.m. BST on Sky Sports Golf and at 10 p.m. BST on Sky Sports Main Event.
Payne’s Valley Cup live streams around the world
Outside of the U.S., China, France and Korea, GOLFTV will be the best way to watch the Payne’s Valley Cup live stream. Here are the other ways to watch:
- China: iQiyi Sports
- France: Golf+
- Latin America: Golf Channel
- New Zealand: Sky Sport
- South Africa: SuperSport
- South Korea: JTBC Golf
- Thailand: Golf Channel
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