NBC Golf

NBC Golf


Stream NBC Golf events outside US

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NBC Golf, or actually the Golf Channel is an American sports television network owned by the NBC Sports Group focusing mainly on coverage of golf, including live coverage of tournaments, as well as factual and instructional programming.

Golf Channel is the pay television rights holder of the PGA Tour, broadcasting live coverage of early rounds, and early window coverage of weekend rounds prior to network television coverage. Some events (particularly, early-season events such as the former Fall Series, and alternate events held against majors) are broadcast in their entirety by Golf Channel. Golf Channel also broadcasts primetime encores of the day's coverage, including network television broadcasts from NBC or CBS where applicable. Golf Channel also broadcasts coverage of PGA Tour Champions and Korn Ferry Tour events. Apart from events organized by the PGA Tour, Golf Channel also covers the European Tour, LPGA Tour, and Asian Tour.

Golf Channel is the cable broadcaster of two of the men's majors, including the U.S. Open and other USGA championships (since June 2020) and the Open Championship. Since 2016, it participates in NBCUniversal's coverage of the Summer Olympics by covering its golf competitions. It has also carried coverage of the Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup alongside NBC, and the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's golf championships.

The Golf Channel is a geo-restricted service and can only be streamed within the US and Canada territories. Any attempt to access its content from Europe, Asia, or Australia will end up in the message that the stream is not available for your location. This happens due to the fact that your IP gets detected as not actually coming from the eligible are and your stream is blocked.

How to watch NBC golf coverage outside the US

In order to avoid being detected and effectively blocked by the service, you need to do something that will cover your real location. Smart DNS does exactly this by redirecting part of the traffic that is responsible for revealing your location through a server which is located in the country of destination. Your original IP, however, does not get changed so you still have access to your local websites.

All can be done in a few simple steps. First, sign up with Getflix for a 14-day free trial. Register your IP in our data base and configure your device for Getflix Smart DNS. Detailed setup instructions for various devices and operating systems can be found here. You can also configure your entire home network by setting up your home router with Smart DNS. All your devices connected to this network will have access to geo-blocked services available with Getflix.

Watch NBC Golf with Getflix Smart VPN outside America

Another solution to watch coverage of golfing events on NBC is Smart VPN. This technology reroutes your entire traffic via a dedicated server and, by changing your IP and encrypting the data, makes it not only directly coming from the proper location but also extremely secure and resistant to any attempts to compromise your connection.

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