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2015 Senior Open Championship: Live Stream Guide

Want to see the world's best golfers compete battle it out? Check out my guide for how to watch the Senior Open Championship online without cable.

In the 2015 Senior Open Championship, an array of esteemed golf champions will compete for this year’s Senior Open trophy. Big-name golfers, from the United States and Europe, including Sir Nick Faldo, Tom Watson, and more, will go at it at the Sunningdale Golf Club in England from July 23-26. The competition, presented by Rolex, will be highly competitive and is sure to provide plenty of dramatic moments, making it a must-see event. Luckily, you don’t need cable to watch the Senior Open Championship online.

This year’s Senior Open Championship will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN2 and Sky Sports networks in the United States and the UK respectively, but thanks to a new streaming service, this doesn’t prevent golf fans without cable subscriptions from getting in on the action. Read on for everything you need to know to legally watch the Senior Open Championship online.


Sling TV Gives US Golf Fans Easy Way to Watch the Senior Open Championship Live Stream

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For golf fans in the United States, the best way to view the 2015 Senior Open Championship online without cable is to subscribe to Sling TV. Sling TV is a service that allows customers to stream a collection of popular channels on their TV (using a streaming device like the Roku 3 or Roku Streaming Stick), phone, tablet, or computer — all without a cable subscription .

For just $20 a month, the basic Sling TV package grants customers access to ESPN and ESPN2, as well as over 20 other popular channels, including AMC, TBS, TNT, CNN, HGTV, and more. In fact, Sling TV is the first and only cable-free streaming alternative to offer the ESPN networks. That’s good news for those who want to watch the Senior Open Championship online, since ESPN2 will be providing coverage in the US every day starting at Noon Eastern Time. In addition to all of this, Sling TV also provides customers access to the WatchESPN app, offering further viewing options for mobile devices.

Here’s the best part. There is a free 7-day trial to Sling TV, which more than covers the four days of the Senior Open Championship.

Click here to learn more about Sling TV.


NOW TV Lets UK Viewers Stream the Senior Open Championship

While Sling TV offers the best option for golf fans in the United States, the tournament’s international nature is sure to draw a large number of fans from Europe as well. Fortunately for fans in the UK, there is a comparable streaming service called NOW TV. Owned by Sky TV, NOW TV similarly allows customer to stream television channels – including a sports package – on a variety of devices. With NOW TV, you can stream all 7 Sky Sports channels live with no contract. Sky Sports 4 will be offering daily coverage of the Senior Open Championship, so you can keep up with all the action.

NOW TV offers their excellent streaming service with flexibility — you can buy a day pass for PS6.99 or a one-week pass for PS10.99 (the latter would make more financial sense for those interested in watching the full Senior Open Championship online).

Click here to learn more about NOW TV.


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