Ryder Cup live streams, TV channel: How to watch golf coverage online, 2021 schedule, Peacock info

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The 2020 Ryder Cup, taking place in 2021, starts on Friday and NBC Sports has you covered with all you need to know including how to watch, the full and daily schedule, start times, dates, live updates and more. Keep reading to find out which TV and live streaming options are available to watch the Ryder Cup.

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Be sure to follow RyderCup.com for up-to-date information including pairings, schedule information, live streams, scoring and more. Plus, meet the US team, players and captains in this year’s Ryder Cup.

Watch Ryder Cup live streams, TV channels in 2021

The 43rd Ryder Cup will air across NBC, GOLF Channel, Peacock and RyderCup.com from Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 from Whistling Straits Golf Club in Kohler, Wisconsin. All live coverage on NBC and GOLF Channel will simul-stream on Peacock Premium and RyderCup.com.

Day 1: Friday, September 24 live streams, TV info

  • Time: 8:00 am ET – 7:00 pm ET
  • TV Channel: Golf Channel
  • Live Stream: Peacock, RyderCup.com

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Day 2: Saturday, September 25 live streams, TV info

  • Time: 8:00 am ET – 7:00 pm ET
  • TV Channel: Golf Channel (8:00 – 9:00 am ET), NBC (9:00 am – 7:00 pm ET)
  • Live Stream: Peacock, RyderCup.com

Day 3: Sunday, September 26 live streams, TV info

  • Time: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm ET
  • TV Channel: NBC
  • Live Stream: Peacock, RyderCup.com

How to watch Ryder Cup Featured Groups

Featured Group matches will be shown live on Peacock, RyderCup.com and the Ryder Cup app. More from the NBC Sports press release:

Friday and Saturday Featured Groups coverage will follow a match from the morning and afternoon waves, and will follow and early singles match on Sunday to conclusion before featuring another premier group.

George Savaricas will handle play-by-play duties for Featured Groups coverage alongside Mark Rolfing (analyst), three-time Ryder Cup member Hunter Mahan (analyst), and Gary Christian serving as on-course reporter.

Friday, September 24

Friday, September 24

Saturday, September 25

Saturday, September 25

Sunday, September 26

Ryder Cup broadcast team in 2021

  • Play by PlayDan Hicks / Mike Tirico / Terry Gannon
  • AnalystPaul Azinger / Justin Leonard / Nick Faldo / Roger Maltbie
  • TowerDavid Feherty / Gary Koch / Tom Abbott / Curt Byrum
  • On-CourseRoger Maltbie / Jim “Bones” Mackay / John Wood / Notah Begay III / Kay Cockerill
  • Essays: Jimmy Roberts
  • Interview/Reports: Steve Sands / Jimmy Roberts

Follow RyderCup.com all weekend for up-to-date news, scoring, live streams and more.