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Porsche European Open 2022 Live Stream
After the Dutch Open the DP World Tour heads to Germany this week for the Porsche European Open, an event with a rich history on the Tour.
Last years champion Marcus Armitage will defend his title and he will be looking to hold off lots of big names as they seek to take his trophy. Tommy Fleetwood sits atop that list as does Henrik Stenson, the Hojgaard twins, Robert MacIntyre and Dutch Open winner Victor Perez.
The course is once again Green Eagle Golf Courses in Hamburg, Germany and it measures over 7,600 yards. To make sure you miss none of the action, take a look at the broadcast details below.
Porsche European Open Live Stream: How to watch from outside your country
There are loads of easy ways to watch golf in 2022 including in the US, UK and almost anywhere else in the world. Below we have a full list of options but anyone away from their home country can still watch the action by using VPNs.
VPNs allow you to get around any geo-blocking and and let you watch the same legal, high-quality golf live stream you would at home.
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US TV Schedule - 2022 Porsche European Open
All times EST
Thursday, June 2: 7am-12pm (Golf Channel)
Friday, June 3: 7am-12pm (Golf Channel)
Saturday, June 4: 7am-11.30am (Golf Channel)
Sunday, June 5: 7am-11.30am (Golf Channel)
UK TV Schedule - 2022 Porsche European Open
Thursday, June 2: 12pm-5pm (Sky Sports Golf)
Friday, June 3: 12pm-5pm (Sky Sports Golf)
Saturday, June 4: 12pm-4.30pm (Sky Sports Golf)
Sunday, June 5: 12pm-4.30pm (Sky Sports Golf)
In the UK, Sky Sports should be your first port of call as Sky Sports Golf and will televise the action from the event. At the moment Sky has some great deals on Sky Sports for those looking to upgrade and those looking sign up to Sky for the first time.
You can get all eight Sky Sports Channels in HD for just £25 a month which not only includes all the golf action, but you can also watch the football, cricket, Formula 1, NFL and a whole host of other sporting events.
Australia TV Schedule - 2022 Porsche European Open
Thursday, June 2: 9pm-2am Kayo Sports (Fox Sports)
Friday, June 3: 9pm-2am Kayo Sports (Fox Sports)
Saturday, June 4: 10.30pm-2am Kayo Sports (Fox Sports)
Sunday, June 5: 9.30pm-2am Kayo Sports (Fox Sports)
The PGA Tour coverage in Australia obviously means getting something great to watch early in the morning.
As ever in Australia the most comprehensive golf coverage is offered by Kayo Sports where you can watch Fox Sports that broadcasts the PGA Tour coverage. Not only can you watch the action from Germany here, it has all the PGA Tour, DP World Tour events and the Majors. It also has events on the LPGA as well.
It of course also offers access to over 50 sports live and on-demand, with some its big name channels including Fox Sports, ESPN, and beIN Sports.
It's also fantastic value at either $25 for Kayo Basic or $35 for Kayo Premium. Basic lets you stream sport on two devices at once, while Premium allows you to watch on up to three screens simultaneously, so it represents great value if your household has different sporting tastes or you're splitting the cost of the subscription. There's even a free 14-day trial.
As ever, Aussies out of the country can access their favourite streaming service just like they would at home can use a VPN to watch their PGA Tour live stream of choice.
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