LPGA Tour Championship 2020 Live Stream and Schedule

Watch LPGA Championship 2020 Live Stream Free: The LPGA Tour Championship live coverage available on Sky Sports and Golf Channel.

The 2020 LPGA Tour is the 71st edition of the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Tour; it’s a series of professional golf tournaments for elite women golfers from all over the world. The LPGA tour includes five major championships, which rewards a huge purse prize money to the winners.

2020 Women’s Golf Majors LPGA Schedule

  • The Evian Championship 

Location – France  

Tournament canceled

  • AIG Women’s British Open

Location – Scotland 

Winner – Sophia Popov

  • ANA Inspiration

Location – California

Winner – Mirim Lee

  • KPMG Women’s PGA Championship

Location – Pennsylvania

Winner – Kim Sei-young

  • U.S. Women’s Open

Location – Texas 

Dates – December 10 –13

The Covid-19 pandemic may have interrupted the LPGA Tour season, but this year, golf fans will still be treated to four women’s majors, although rescheduled ones. The Evian Championship had got canceled due to the Covid19 pandemic.

The rest of the Women’s Golf Majors and almost all the Golf Tournaments from March through June were postponed and rescheduled for the first time in many years.

Sophia Pov came as a surprise as she won her first LGPA tour win at the Women’s British Open, making a big statement at the women’s majors. While Mirim Lee grabbed her first major win at the ANA Inspiration.

KPMG Women’s PGA Championship ( Oct 8 – 11)

This year’s third major KPMG Women’s PGA Championship just concluded a couple of weeks back at the Aronimink Golf Club, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Kim Sei-young won her first major and 11th LGPA tour win at this year’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. She won with a record low aggregate of 266 and was five strokes ahead of fellow South Korean golfer Inbee Park at the final round. Kim Sei- young pursed $645,000 from the $4.3 million prize pool.

 U.S. 2020 Women’s Open – ( December 10 –13 )

The U.S. 2020 Women’s Open is going to be the 75th U.S. Women’s Open. The oldest among the five women’s majors, scheduled for 10–13 December at the Champions Golf Club in Houston, Texas, was postponed from its original date of 4–7 June 2020 to 3 April 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s going to be played at both the Cypress Creek and Jackrabbit golf courses. The U.S. 2020 Women’s Open has the largest purse in women’s golf at $5.5 million.

How to Watch the LPGA 2020 Live Stream?

Unfortunately, Golf is a sport more for our society’s wealthy class; similarly, viewing it won’t be free also, as there aren’t many free live streamings for Golf Tournaments. Most of the golf Tournaments is covered by Golfchannel or Fox sports.

You can view the Golf Channel coverage on golfchannel.com/watch by signing in with your cable credential. You can stream NBC broadcasts to nbcsports.com/live. You can also download the GOLFNOW app and get the golfpass or visit NBC’s golfchannel.com for a live stream.

Below is a list of Broadcasters for the LPGA tour 2020 for various territories.

LPGA Tour Broadcasters

TerritoryBroadcaster 
Australia Fox Sports Australia 
Belgium/Netherlands Telnet/Ziggo Sport    
Canada Golf Channel 
China  CCTV
Czech Republic / Hungary / Romania Golf Channel 
France Golf Channel 
Hong Kong nowtv
Iceland SYN /www.oz.com/golfstodin
India golf.tv
Indonesia Contento Media          
Japan Wowow         
Korea JTBC Golf     
Latin America1 golf.tv
Malaysia Astro  
Middle East2             golf.tv
Myanmar nowplayer.now.com/tvguide
New Zealand Sky    
Portugal Sport TV        
Scandinavia3 Viasat
Singapore Starhub         
South Africa4 SuperSport    
Spain5 Movistar        
Taiwan Sportcast       
Thailand Golf Channel 
United Kingdom6 Sky Sports    
(Ex) Yugoslavia7 IKO (SportKlub)

If your country is not listed in the broadcaster list then there are many ways to watch LPGA Tour golf live streaming and one of them is using VPNs. VPN allow you to watch the content with geo-restriction in high-quality from anywhere in the world.

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