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PGA Tour live streaming: Your ultimate guide to watching for free
If you’re a golf enthusiast, you’ll understand the importance of catching every moment of the PGA Tour. But with cable TV and streaming services charging exorbitant fees for access to live sports events, it can be tough to watch your favorite golfers in action without breaking the bank. Fortunately, there are ways to enjoy PGA Tour live streaming for free online. In this article, we’ll show you how.
Why watch PGA Tour live?
Watching the PGA Tour live is an unparalleled experience for golf lovers. There’s nothing like seeing your favorite players hit their shots and make their way around the course in real-time. It’s also a great way to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and trends in the world of golf.
Moreover, watching PGA Tour live can provide valuable insights into how professional golfers approach different courses and conditions. You can learn from their strategies and techniques and apply them to your own game.
Where to watch PGA Tour live for free?
One of the best ways to watch PGA Tour live for free is by using social media platforms such as Twitter or Facebook. Many broadcasters stream select events on these platforms, allowing viewers worldwide access without any subscription fees.
Another option is websites that offer links to various sports channels’ streams where you can find free coverage of major tournaments such as The Masters or the U.S Open. These sites often feature ads that help fund their services but are still worth checking out if you want to catch every hole-in-one moment.
How to watch PGA Tour Live on YouTube
YouTube has become an increasingly popular platform for watching sports events online, including the PGA Tour. By simply searching “PGA tour live” on YouTube, you will find multiple channels that stream golf tournaments from around the world – all completely free of charge.
Many golf-related channels post highlights packages from each day’s play, so if you can’t catch the live stream, you can still stay up-to-date with all the action.
In conclusion, watching PGA Tour live for free online is not only possible but also quite easy. Social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook offer free streaming of select tournaments, while websites and YouTube channels provide access to a wide variety of golf events from around the world.
So if you’re a die-hard golf fan or just looking to catch some thrilling action on the course, give these options a try and enjoy watching PGA Tour live for free.
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How to Track the PGA Leaderboard
The PGA Tour organizes professional golf tournament played in the United States. It includes The Players Championship, the FedEx Cup, The Tour Championship and the Presidents Cup among others. Scores and rankings change constantly. The PGA Tour Live Leaderboard is the way to keep track of your favorite golfers.
PGA Tour Website
The PGA Tour website updates its stats throughout the tournaments. All tee times are local, and golf fans can see in real time how their favorite players stack up. Golf fans can view players by best score, the golfer’s name, country of origin, whether a player’s position is up or down, total score each round and the total number of strokes. In addition to the PGA Tour Live Leaderboard, you can view hole locations, videos, tee times and past results on the PGA Tour site.
The CBS Sports PGA Tour Leaderboard refreshes every four minutes. In addition to the golfer’s name, country of origin and total score, the total earnings are also included in its live leaderboard. By clicking on the plus sign next to the golfer’s name, you can view how each player performed at every round. A player profile, scorecard and stats are also available to view. The color-coded leaderboard also shows what kind of shot each player made and where the player started his or her round.
ESPN has different pages for its leaderboard, player stats and course stats. In addition to the PGA Leaderboard today, you can view leaderboards going back to the year 2001. In addition to the player’s name, country of origin and position, you can view the number to par, score each round and total earnings. FedEx points are also updated live. ESPN also has leaderboards for the Euro Tour, LPGA and the Champions Tour.
PGA Tour App
The PGA Tour App is a must-have for avid golf fans. Stats are updated after each stroke, and fans can even track every golf swing a player takes. You can also track a favorite player, leader or a certain hole on the course. Scorecards, highlights and real time leaderboard standings are popular features.
Golf Channel partners with NBC Sports to give fans a full leaderboard and simple tools to track favorite players. You can manage the players you want to see stats for by clicking on the star icon next to each name. This puts those players in a favorites column for easy access to their leaderboard standings. In addition to name, country of origin, rank and position, you can view statistics, schedules, air times and profiles of every player. Golf Channel also gives a brief history of the PGA Tour, including past notables, championship totals and upcoming games.
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Ex-Shore golf stars headed to PGA Tour, as Chris Gotterup, Ryan McCormick break through
For the first time in 27 years, the Shore Conference will be represented on the PGA Tour. Because not one, but two local stars have cemented their playing status among the world’s top golfers for next year.
Little Silver's Chris Gotterup, the former CBA standout who was Big Ten Player of the Year at Rutgers, and Middletown’s Ryan McCormick, the Mater Dei star who won a Big East title at St. John’s, secured two of the 30 PGA Tour cards up for grabs for the 2024 season at the Korn Ferry Tour Championship in Newburgh, Indiana on Sunday.
It made for a monumental day for Jersey Shore golf, with Gotterup, 24, finishing No. 23 on the Korn Ferry points list, while McCormick, 31, finished 27th.
The last Jersey Shore product to compete full-time on the PGA Tour was Brick High School’s Patrick Burke, who played most of his 151 career events from 1992 to 1997.
Gotterup, named the top player in college golf during his one season at Oklahoma before turning pro in 2022, closed with a 2-under-par 70 at Victoria National Golf Club to finish at 2-under, good enough for a top-20 finish. McCormick, who turned pro in 2014, carded a 72 Sunday to secure his spot.
In all, three New Jersey players in all will make the jump to the PGA Tour next season, with 28-year-old Max Greyserman from Short Hills, who, like McCormick, is a former state Amateur champion, having already secured his card prior to the Korn Ferry finale.
It wasn’t without plenty of drama at the pressure-packed event.
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McCormick double-bogeyed No. 18, his ninth hole of the round, and bogeyed No. 1, which left him projecting precipitously close to the cutoff at No. 28. When he finished his round, he was projected to be on the bubble at 29, with much of the field still on the course.
Chris Gotterup bounced back after double-bogey on next-to-last hole
Gotterup carded a double-bogey on his next-to-last hole, going from projected to finishing 22nd back to 26th. But he bounced back to birdie his final hole of the day to solidify his position.
It was an impressive first impression for Gotterup in 2022, earning $586,159 playing in 13 PGA Tour events on sponsor’s exemptions, with two top-10s and a top-5 finish. This year on the Korn Ferry Tour, Gotterup had bankrolled $288,371 in 23 events, with three top-5 finishes and just three missed cuts, while ranking second in average driving distance at 325 yards.
Breakthrough year for Ryan McCormick
This week’s performance caps a breakthrough year for McCormick in his third season on the Korn Ferry Tour, where, entering this weekend, he had earned $703,316 in 90 career events, making 60 cuts. He had played on PGA Tour circuits in Asia and Canada prior to that. McCormick's father, Mark, the head pro at Suburban Golf Club in Union, played in the U.S. Senior Open earlier this year, and competed at the 2012 U.S. Open.
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Gotterup, McCormick Earn PGA Tour Cards in 2024
By Rich Chrampanis
Making the Korn Ferry Tour is an incredible accomplishment. It’s the stepping stone to the ultimate level of golf. Two Shore Conference products took that step this year: Little Silver’s Chris Gotterup and Middletown’s Ryan McCormick earned PGA Tour cards for the 2024 season by finishing high enough in the Korn Ferry Tour rankings.
At the season-ending Korn Ferry Tour Championship, the Top 30 in overall points accumulated throughout the year earn full-time status on the PGA Tour. Gotterup finished in a tie for 20 th at the championship, shooting 2-under-par to finish 23rd in the overall standings. McCormick began the final weekend in 22nd overall and shot 3-over-par to slide down to 27th, still good enough to secure his PGA Tour card for 2024.
The Two River Times spoke to both new members of the PGA Tour when the Korn Ferry Tour stopped in Jackson five weeks ago. Both golfers finished 8-under-par at the Magnit Championship at Metedeconk National Golf Club. At the time, Gotterup was 35th on the points list with McCormick at 20th.
“It’s a grind. Every week someone is shooting some ridiculous number,” Gotterup said. “I’m just trying to eliminate as many bogeys as possible and keep grinding it out.”
Gotterup did just that as he finished in a tie for fifth at the Simmons Bank Open in Tennessee at the start of the Korn Ferry Tour playoffs to vault from 33rd to 24th in overall points. He remained steady in the final two events to stay out of danger of dropping below the 30th spot. In his final round at the Korn Ferry Tour championship, Gotterup double bogeyed the 17th hole which briefly put him in the 26th slot but he solidified his future by sinking a birdie putt on 18 and embraced his family off the green in an emotional moment.
Gotterup, who shined at CBA and went on to four stellar years at Rutgers and a fifth year at Oklahoma that saw him win national college golfer of the year, got his tour card in just one year. He’s considered a potential superstar on the PGA Tour with long drives and a great touch around the green. His college accomplishments gave him a taste of the PGA Tour in 2022 where he won over $500,000 in prize money, highlighted by a Top 5 finish at the John Deere Classic. Now he will get the opportunity to tee it up with the world’s best throughout the 2024 calendar.
“This is what I’m grinding for, the chance to showcase my stuff on the best level,” Gotterup said.
“I had a taste of it which makes it even more meaningful for me.”
McCormick’s path to the tour was very different. A 2012 graduate of Mater Dei Prep, Ryan went on to win a Big East Championship at St. John’s University. He started his pro golf career on the Canadian PGA Tour and the Asian Tour before earning full-time status on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2020. In 2022, he was one weekend away from reaching PGA Tour status before he slid to 28th overall, narrowly missing out. This year, the PGA expanded the number of Korn Ferry graduates accepted from 25 to 30. At one point during Sunday’s final round, he double bogeyed 18 (his ninth hole) followed by a bogey at No. 1, which had him perilously close to falling out of the top 30 until he settled down and shot the final eight holes in 1-under-par to lock in his spot.
“It’s definitely been a challenge the last couple of years ending the way that it has,” McCormick said. “That’s why we all play out here. That’s why I work so hard out here to get that opportunity.”
McCormick has played in two PGA Tour events in his career, missing the cut both times. He’ll now get his opportunity to take a huge step in his pro career. As he struggled with the mounting expenses of playing professional golf for years, his solid play over the last two years has upped his career earnings to over $700,000. He is also one of the last athletes from Mater Dei Prep still competing and representing the now defunct school.
“It holds a special place in my heart,” McCormick said. “It’s probably the best four years of my schooling and athletic life. A lot of great memories there. I’m happy to keep the Mater Dei name alive.”
Playing for a year’s worth of potential earnings makes the Korn Ferry Tour Championship one of the biggest pressure cookers in all of sports. Gotterup and McCormick survived the gauntlet and are now PGA Tour pros. Passionate golf fans in the area will no doubt enjoy watching the leaderboard every weekend from their favorite events to see where they land in their first full year on tour.
This article originally appeared in the October 12 – 18, 2023 print edition of The Two River Times.
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CROMWELL, Conn — Chris Gotterup has made the cut in 75% of the tournaments he’s played in his young PGA Tour career, and he doesn’t plan on stopping there.
Gotterup, 22, finished his collegiate career at the University of Oklahoma after spending his first four years at Rutgers. He made the most of his one year in Norman, winning the 2022 Haskins and Nicklaus awards as the country’s top college player, and finishing T-7 in his first-ever Tour start at the Puerto Rico Open in March. After turning pro, he missed the cut at the RBC Canadian Open, but followed that up by playing the weekend at the U.S. Open and Travelers Championship.
Gotterup has chosen a different career path than his competitors from this past college season. He earned Canada status via PGA Tour University, but is opting to take advantage of Tour sponsor exemptions while other PGA Tour U grads play on the Korn Ferry Tour or in Canada. Oklahoma State’s Eugenio Chacarra, Gotterup’s primary challenger for Player of the Year, announced he will be joining the LIV Golf series.
Gotterup said he hasn’t been aware of any offers from LIV Golf and if he does get an offer from the Saudi-backed tour, the New Jersey native doesn’t plan on “entertaining it too much.”
“Hopefully [my future is] on Tour,” Gotterup told GolfChannel.com after his round Saturday. “Yeah, that’s, that’s the goal. So now, I know I’m good enough. And I know that I just gotta keep grinding.”
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Gotterup already knows a thing or two about the grind. He was the 2019-20 Big Ten Player of the Year and a first-team All-Big Ten selection at Rutgers.
He then left his home state to join Oklahoma’s golf program, and his career took off. He finished the season ranked No. 1 by Golfstat and nearly won the NCAA men’s individual title, too. A few late blunders with the putter left him one shot short of joining a four-way playoff for the title.
But it’s safe to say that his college experience was a positive one.
“I would have never been able to get to Oklahoma if I didn’t have Rutgers,” he said. “And then I would have never been able to get [on Tour] if I didn’t have Oklahoma. So there’s certain things that I’ve built along the way that have really helped my game. And just comfort-level and self-confidence a little bit, but other than that it’s simple.”
There have been some challenges along the way despite moderate success in his first few Tour starts, but Gotterup is embracing the learning curve.
“It’s been difficult, but fun,” he said after being asked how the adjustment to Tour life has been. “You know, just change your lifestyle, honestly, going from, you know, having everything done for you in college. And now I gotta do it all on my own, for the most part. I’m happy to have a good team, that helps me with my stuff. But yeah, it’s, it’s different. But the golf stuff, at the end of the day, good golf takes care of everything.”
And though there’s still plenty of room for improvement, Gotterup couldn’t be happier with how things have gone up to this point.
“I look at my career now, it’s been crazy,” he said. “If you told me I’d be talking here with you five years ago, I would have told you you’re crazy.”
Greyserman, Gotterup, McCormick Secure PGA TOUR Cards
ELMSFORD, N.Y. (October 9, 2023) -- Max Greyserman, Chris Gotterup, and Ryan McCormick - a trio of New Jerseyans - were among 30 players that secured their dream of playing on the PGA TOUR on Sunday, as the Korn Ferry Tour concluded its four-week playoff series and 2023 season with its Tour Championship at Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Indiana.
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Greyserman, a Short Hills native, has played four consecutive years on the Korn Ferry Tour. The Duke University graduate only played in seven events in 2022 before shutting down the season to get surgery on a wrist injury. During his recovery, he looked into potential career paths outside of golf, not knowing what his recovery would look like. Greyserman, 28, came back stronger than ever though, using a pair of runner-up finishes in 2023 to lead him to finish No. 9 on the season's points list.
Gotterup, 24, had a consistent season as a Korn Ferry Tour rookie, making 20 cuts and 14 top 25s in 24 starts. The 2019 Met Amateur champion and MGA Player of the Year finished No. 23 on the season's points list. He already has a pair of top-10s on the PGA TOUR to his credit, doing so in the 2022 Puerto Rico Open (T7) as an amateur and the 2022 John Deere Classic (T4) after turning professional.
McCormick, the 2012 Met Amateur champion, also earns his first-ever PGA TOUR card after 10 years of competing as a professional, which has taken him across the globe. The 31-year-old played in all 26 Korn Ferry events this season, notching four top-10s en route to a No. 27 finish on the season's points list. This was McCormick's third consecutive Korn Ferry Tour season.
The trio's membership begins in January with the Sony Open in Hawaii.