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Ryder Cup 2021 TV coverage: How to watch the Ryder Cup on television and streaming online

September 20, 2021

Brendan Moran

The 43rd Ryder Cup, played this week at Wisconsin’s Whistling Straits, features 24 players, 28 matches … and more than 100 hours of live tournament and studio coverage on NBC, Golf Channel, Peacock and RyderCup.com utilizing more than 35 analysts and commentators. Indeed, there might not be a golf tournament in the world that’s more “covered” than the biennial matches, which have an extra layer of anticipation given that this edition was delayed a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watching on your TV or streaming online won’t necessarily allow you to replicate the raucous atmosphere likely in store at the Pete Dye design hard by Lake Michigan. But it will let you catch all of the action over the three days as the U.S. tries to win for just the third time since 1999.

NBC Sports will be broadcasting from the first tee shot on Friday morning to the final putt on Sunday across its various platforms. In addition to primary coverage on Golf Channel and NBC, featured group coverage will be shown on RyderCup.com and the Ryder Cup app, following an individual match in the morning and afternoon waves on Friday and Saturday and an early singles match on Sunday.

Below is the complete viewer’s guide for all the action.

Friday, Sept. 24

8 a.m.-7 p.m., Golf Channel

Saturday, Sept. 25

8-9 a.m., Golf Channel

9 a.m.-7 p.m., NBC

Sunday, Sept. 26

12 noon-6 p.m., NBC

All broadcasts will be streamed on Peacock, RyderCup.com, NBCSports.com and the Ryder Cup and NBC Sports apps. Digital coverage on RyderCup.com will also include live scoring and video showcasing live match outcome probabilities in real time, a free-to-play fantasy game and other exclusive news and features.

NBC Sports broadcast team

Play-by-play: Dan Hicks, Mike Tirico, Terry Gannon

Analyst: Paul Azinger, Justin Leonard, Nick Faldo, Roger Maltbie

Tower: David Feherty, Gary Koch, Tom Abbott, Curt Byrum

On Course: Roger Maltbie, Jim “Bones” Mackay, John Wood, Notah Begay III, Kay Cockerill

Essays: Jimmy Roberts

Interview/Reports: Steve Sands, Jimmy Roberts