Sony Open 2023 Live Stream

Here are all the broadcast and streaming details for the upcoming Sony Open in Hawaii.

Sony Open 2023 Live Stream
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Sony Open 2023 Live Stream

The PGA Tour stays in Hawaii this week for the Sony Open, and the tournament celebrates its 25th edition with Sony as the title sponsor. 19 of the 39 players who competed at the Sentry Tournament of Champions will make the island hop for the Sony Open.

Big name wise, Jordan Spieth sits atop the tree closely followed by Hideki Matsuyama, Tom Kim, Adam Scott, Billy Horschel, as well as Presidents Cup players Corey Conners, K.H. Lee and Christiaan Bezuidenhout. 

The course in question is Waialae Country Club measuring at just over 7,000 yards. Designed by Seth Raynor and recently renovated by Tom Doak, the course features tree-lined fairways and as many as 83 bunkers. 

Below are all the broadcast and streaming details you need to make sure you miss none of the action.

Sony Open Live Stream: How to watch from outside your country

There are loads of easy ways to watch golf in 2023 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.

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US TV Schedule - 2023 Sony Open

All times EST

Thursday, January 12: 7pm-10.30pm (Golf Channel)

Friday, January 13: 7pm-10.30pm (Golf Channel)

Saturday, January 14: 4pm-6pm (NBC), 6pm-8pm (Golf Channel)

Sunday, January 15: 4pm-6pm (NBC), 6pm-8pm (Golf Channel)

NBC's Golf Channel will televise action during the week along with NBC itself over the weekend. Bearing this in mind you can access the Golf Channel through streaming options such as AT&T TV Now and fuboTV (opens in new tab).

AT&T TV Now starts at around $55 a month but does have a 7-day free trial. While fuboTV (opens in new tab) also offers the Golf Channel and 100+ other channels and also has a 7-day free trial.

UK TV Schedule - 2023 Sony Open

Thursday, January 12: 5pm-12am (Sky Sports Golf (opens in new tab))

Friday, January 13: 6pm-12am (Sky Sports Golf (opens in new tab))

Saturday, January 14: 8pm-12am (Sky Sports Golf (opens in new tab))

Sunday, January 15: 6pm-12am (Sky Sports Golf (opens in new tab))

In the UK, Sky Sports should be your first port of call as Sky Sports (opens in new tab) Golf will televise 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 (opens in new tab) 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 - 2023 Sony Open

Friday, January 13: 6am-2.30pm Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) (Fox Sports)

Saturday, January 14: 6am-2.30pm Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) (Fox Sports)

Sunday, January 15: 11am-2.30pm Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) (Fox Sports)

Monday, January 16: 10am-2pm Kayo Sports (opens in new tab) (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 (opens in new tab) where you can watch Fox Sports that broadcasts the PGA Tour coverage. Not only can you watch the action from Hawaii 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 (opens in new tab).

As ever, Aussies out of the country can access their favorite streaming service just like they would at home can use a VPN (opens in new tab) to watch their PGA Tour live stream of choice.

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Sam Tremlett
Senior Staff Writer

A golfer for most of his life, Sam is a Senior Staff Writer for Golf Monthly. 

Working with golf gear and equipment over the last five years, Sam has quickly built outstanding knowledge and expertise on golf products ranging from drivers, to balls, to shoes. 

He also loves to test golf apparel especially if it a piece that can be used just about anywhere!

As a result he has always been the one family and friends come to for buying advice and tips.

He is a graduate of Swansea University where he studied History and American Studies, and he has been a part of the Golf Monthly team since December 2017. He also previously worked for World Soccer and Rugby World magazines.

Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website. He also oversees all Tour player content as well. 

Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five.