The Presidents Cup is a series of golf matches held between two teams, one representing the United States and the other representing the rest of the world (minus Europe). It takes place every two years and follows the Match Play format where teams or players are awarded points for each hole in which they defeat their opponent.
This year, we are going to witness the 2019 Presidents Cup, the 13th edition of the international golf competition. It is going to be held at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Victoria, from 12th to 15th December 2019.
Both teams previously had a total of 12 players. However, after 18 August 2019, the top eight players made their way to the final qualification. Check out the final standings of both teams down below.
|International Team||United States|
|Marc Leishman||Brooks Koepka|
|Hideki Matsuyama||Justin Thomas|
|Louis Oosthuizen||Dustin Johnson|
|Adam Scott||Patrick Cantlay|
|Abraham Ancer||Xander Schauffele|
|Li Haotong||Webb Simpson|
|Pan Cheng-fan||Matt Kuchar|
|Cameron Smith||Bryson DeChambeau|
Previously, CBS owned the exclusive rights for broadcasting the Presidents Cup. However, in 2000, they were moved to NBC, and since then, NBC has been the sole broadcaster of the Presidents Cup. So, if you are a golf fan who is interested in watching the upcoming 2019 Presidents Cup, NBC is the only option for you.
That said, there are other third party streaming services like Sling TV, FuboTV, and Hulu with Live TV that offer NBC as one of their streaming channels. So, if not directly through the NBC app, you can check out these services for the 2019 Presidents Cup live coverage.
With the competition taking place in Australia, and NBC being the sole broadcaster for it, people living in the United States and Australia will not have any issue streaming the 2019 Presidents Cup online. However, since the International team features other international golfers as well, people from all over the world are going to be interested in watching this upcoming competition live. But this is where things get a little complicated.
NBC comes with regional limitations that prevent international users from logging in to their mobile app or their website. And since they are the only broadcasters for the upcoming golf competition, a massive chunk of the community might be wondering where they can watch the event live.
So, if you are an international who wishes to watch the competition live, you will need a VPN connection. Follow the steps below and get started:
U.S. Team Captain Tiger Woods announced Fred Couples, Zach Johnson and Steve Stricker as three of his captain's assistants for the 2019 Presidents Cup.
The Presidents Cup 2019 will be held on December 9-15, 2019, when it returns to the prestigious Royal Melbourne Golf Club
The Presidents Cup uses a 4-day, 34-match format that includes sessions of foursomes, fourball and singles match play.
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