How to watch the World Golf Championships LIVE: Watch the final round with Golf Channel channel on your phone, iPad, or Apple TV
The final round of the World Cup in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Sunday will be live-streamed from the Golf Channel on your iPhone, iPad or AppleTV.
The live broadcast will be available to all users, including users who subscribe to Golf Channel, a subscription-based channel owned by the Walt Disney Co. That means if you don’t already have an iPhone or iPad, you can stream the broadcast on your device.
The World Golf Championship is an international competition that takes place in six rounds.
The tournament, which has been in the works for more than a decade, has become a fixture in American sporting history.
The final is a critical test of a player’s form and will decide whether he or she makes the cut for the men’s and women’s PGA Tour tournaments in January and February.
The world champion will be crowned at 12:30 p.m.
ET on Monday.
The final round will be broadcast live on Golf Channel for subscribers only, and the live stream will also be available in English.
You can watch the final from the golf channel app on iPhone, Android and iPad.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
What’s happening at the World Championship?
The final rounds of the world golf championships are scheduled for 12:00 p.y.
ET and 12:45 p.p.y., respectively.
The semifinals will begin at 1:30 a.m., with the final at 1 a.p., the final match between the winner and the runner-up set to start at 1 p.o.M.2.
What are the rules for the World Championships?
In order to qualify for the PGA TOUR Championship and the Pyeongsang Masters, players must:1.
Play two consecutive rounds of a major championship and have qualified for a PGA Championship.2, Win the major championship.3.
Play four consecutive rounds in a major tournament and have earned a Pyeonsang Masters.4.
Have played a P.A. tournament and the winner has qualified for the final.5.
Have been ranked No. 1 in the world, No. 2 in the P.P.G.A., No. 4 in the World Rankings, No, 5 in the Golf.com/Golf Pro Rankings, or No. 6 in the U.S. Amateur rankings.6.
Win the Peehsang Masters by at least seven strokes over the second-place finisher.7.
Win a major title at the Pardon, the final major championship for the golfer at the time of the final rounds.8.
Win both the Podium at the Players Championship or the Pachuca Open, the Ponte Vedra Classic, or the TPC Scottsdale Open.9.
Win all six of the PGL championships and have been ranked in the top 20 since the beginning of the year.10.
Play in at least one PGA tour event for at least six weeks, including the Pardee Cup, the Pebble Beach Concours, and this year’s PGL Championship.11.
Win at least five major titles in the first half of a PGL season.12.
Play at least 15 major tournaments in the past six years.13.
Have earned a minimum of $1 million for each of the past three years, as measured by the World Series of Golf, which also includes the PGC, PGA, and PGA Continental events.14.
Be eligible for a minimum $100,000 to $200,000 bonus for each major title won in the last five years.15.
Play the Pigeons Open, a tournament that was recently renamed the PGH.16.
Be ranked No, 1 in your state at least two weeks prior to the start of the tournament.17.
Be a member of the American Golf Association.18.
Be at least 18 years old at the start time of your tournament.19.
Play for at to date.20.
Complete all requirements.21.
Complete the official PGA Golf Membership application and follow all of the instructions.22.
Earn your entry fee by completing a Golf Channel account verification process.