News & ToursSeptember 24, 2014

Your 2014 Ryder Cup viewing guide. . .it's live!

We are getting what we've asked for: live Ryder Cup coverage. No tape, no delays, no scanning the internet for streaming coverage or worse, scores. There is one potentially fun wrinkle, however: alternate coverage. Golf Channel is serving up David Feherty in all of his traitorous pro-America rooting along with Gary Williams and a revolving cast of former Ryder Cup captains with images from the Ryder Cup world feed.

If you're an app person, the Ryder Cup, NBC Sports and Golf Channel Live apps should be updated to ensure best technical experience.

Without further ado, your 2014 Ryder Cup consumption options (all times ET):

Thursday, Sept. 25

Golf Channel 6 a.m.-1 p.m. ET.

The last two hours of that coverage will include the Opening Ceremonies, which we here at GolfDigest.com will live blog and do our very best to savor some of the best unintentional comedy of the golfing year. GolfDigest.com live blog starts at 11 a.m. ET.

Friday, Sept. 26

Golf Channel  2:30AM-1PM: Day 1 of the Ryder Cup

Live Stream at RyderCup.com or www.golfchannel.com/gcmajorstream

Golf Channel 1-4 PM: Live From the Ryder Cup

Sirius/XM Radio: Coverage begins at 2 a.m. until completion of play

Saturday, Sept. 27

NBC 3AM-1PM: Day 2 of the Ryder Cup (NBC; live stream: rydercup.com or : www.golfchannel.com/nbcmajorstream)

Golf Channel 3-11:30AM: Alternate Shot coverage (GC; live stream: rydercup.com or : www.golfchannel.com/gcaltstream)

Golf Channel 1-4PM: Live From the Ryder Cup

Sirius/XM Radio: Coverage begins at 2 a.m. until completion of play

Sunday, Sept. 28

Golf Channel 5-7AM: Live From the Ryder Cup

NBC 7AM-1PM: Day 3 of the Ryder Cup (NBC; live stream: rydercup.com or www.golfchannel.com/nbcmajorstream)

Golf Channel 7-11:30AM: Alternate Shot coverage (GC; live stream: rydercup.com or www.golfchannel.com/gcaltstream)

Golf Channel 1-4PM: Live From the Ryder Cup, includes closing ceremonies

Sirius/XM Radio: Coverage begins at 5:30 a.m. until completion of play.

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