How To Watch PGA Golf Online

By Glenn Mcanally

Now that the internet can stream videos in real time and you can watch your favorite TV shows the next day if you missed them, you also have the luxury of watching PGA golf either live or on-demand. No longer do you need to purchase all those cable channels you don't want just so you can get the Golf Channel. Just follow these easy steps below and you can watch PGA action wherever and whenever you want.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderate
Step 1
You won't be able to follow any of these steps if you don't have a high speed internet connection. That is the only way to stream video live with high definition quality.
Step 2
Check that your computer has at least 512 MB of memory--more is preferable but this is the bare minumum. This will help prevent freezing up of the images as it plays.
Step 3
Now that you have the hardware, you want to browse for the websites that will provide streaming feeds of the Golf Channel or other networks carrying live golf coverage. Channelchooser.com offers 3000 free channels over the internet, the Golf Channel included and CBSSports.com.
Step 4
Register with the website that features golf if you are prompted to do so. At this point you may be required to download certain media player plug-ins to enable the streaming video and audio to play on your laptop or PC.
Step 5
Familiarize yourself with each golf website that offers PGA events. Learn how long an event will stay on a website. Sometimes the video of the event will be removed from the website after a few weeks or in as little time as a week.

Tips & Warnings

Watch your online golf from the website that doesn't require you to download an additional media player. The fewer programs you have running on your computer, the better off you are.
Do not give your credit card out to any website that offers golf for a fee. It is free and you should never have to pay for it. Be wary of websites that ask you to give out too much personal information. Do not sign up with a website that requires you to download anti-virus programs or spyware programs. The very programs themselves are usually spyware that will slow down your computer.
Do not give your credit card out to any website that offers golf for a fee. It is free and you should never have to pay for it.
Be wary of websites that ask you to give out too much personal information.
Do not sign up with a website that requires you to download anti-virus programs or spyware programs. The very programs themselves are usually spyware that will slow down your computer.

About The Author

Glenn McAnally is a thriller novelist and life long golfer who lives in Southern California. His most recent work is the action thriller Endangered as well as a story credit for the upcoming Nintendo DS title Elite Forces: Unit 77. He is a graduate of Villanova University.

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