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Ryder Cup 2016 Live Stream: How to watch the competition online

Ryder Cup 2016 Live Stream: All you need to know to watch the big competition online.

The Ryder Cup is one of golf’s biggest events, with anticipation high what should be an exciting event.

Darren Clarke and his team will be trying to do what no team has done since Continental Europe was in the competition and secure a fourth trophy in a row.

The event gets going officially on Friday, September 30 at 12.30pm BST and for those of use without a TV, there are ways to watch the action online.

In the UK Sky owns the rights to this year’s competition, and will be broadcasting on its new dedicated ‘Sky Sports Ryder Cup’ channel as well as on Sky Sports 1.

There’s plenty of coverage to tune into, so here’s the schedule:

Friday 30 – 12.30pm to 1am Ryder Cup LIVE!

Saturday 1 – 9am to 12.30pm Ryder Cup breakfast

Saturday 1 – 12.30pm to 1am Ryder Cup LIVE!

Sunday 2 – 9am to 12.30pm Ryder Cup breakfast

Sunday 2 – 4pm to midnight Ryder Cup LIVE!

Sky Sports subscribers need to tap in to the broadcaster’s Sky Go online service to watch the action via the internet. Assuming you have a subscription, just head to the Sky Go site, login, and enjoy live coverage on your PC.

Alternatively, download the Sky Go or Sky Sports Mobile app for your mobile device and tune in on-the-go.

Sky GO: Android | iOS

Sky Sports Mobile: Android | iOS

Don’t have Sky Sports? No problem. If you want to follow all the action in real-time without signing up for a contract you can purchase a daily or weekly Sky Sports pass via NOW TV.

A weekly Sky Sports pass costs £10.99, and the normal price of a day pass is £6.99, making the weekly pass much better value.

Enjoy the golf this weekend!

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