Isolation doesn’t mean golf is absent
Isolation beginning to wear on your psyche as you try to figure out how to get your golf fix while indoors? The year 2020 was supposed to be a year full of exciting golf moments to go down in history. However, things aren’t going as most of us had planned. The coronavirus (COVID19) has put the world on hold as most of wait in limbo to see how everything will transpire. Most countries are on partial or total lockdown, and only states like Arizona are deeming golf as an essential activity for the time being.
Everyone is concerned with staying safe and not contacting the deadly virus or spreading it. This has led to a postponement of all major golf events and tournaments. Social gatherings are entirely prohibited and as a result, going out to watch the beautiful game of golf is impossible for now.
Golf Channel can keep you informed and keep your sports momentum
With the lockdown in place in most countries, most golf lovers and golf enthusiasts are concerned if they can still indulge in the sport they love. The answer is yes. The Golf Channel still broadcasts 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. You wouldn’t be watching live tournaments since they are all put on hold. However, you will have access to watch whatever they’re showing, such as documentaries, previous matches and the likes.
Golf channel can even be accessed on your smartphone
You can also watch the Golf Channel online. You can have access to live streams of what the Golf Channel is airing by authenticating with a satellite, cable, or a live streaming TV subscription that includes access to the Golf Channel. This is done at no extra cost, simply login with your username and password you use on the service providers website. YouTube also includes the NBC Golf Channel, and CBS Sports network as a viable option for golf lovers to view.
Plenty of programming to watch
Standard programs continue on the Golf channel such as Morning Drive, Drive & Putt National Finals, and plenty of replayed PGA TOUR events. You can browse the listings or check with your satellite provider for the full program list.
With the global pandemic, one cannot be too careful. It is advised to remain in your houses and not contact or spread the deadly virus. All golfing activities besides in states such as Arizona, have been put on hold pending the time a solution is found to the virus. However, you can still have access to watch the sport you love so much 24/7 from the comfort of your home or online. Stay safe and stay healthy!