2019 PRESIDENTS CUP Australian TV and streaming times

The Presidents Cup arrives at Royal Melbourne and if you can’t make it to the course, there is an easy, free way to watch it on TV.

Channel Nine will be broadcasting all four days of the Presidents Cup beginning on Thursday December 12.

Tiger Woods is captain of the US Team who will be bringing his team of American golfers to go up against the International Team captained by Ernie Els.

In addition to Woods, the US Team will include players such as Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele and Rickie Fowler.

The International team will feature a bunch of Australian including Adam Scott, Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith as well as other golf superstars such as Hideki Matsuyama and Louis Oosthuizen.

The broadcast will be headed by James Bracey, with Wayne Grady, Alison Whitaker and Stuart Appleby commentating on play and Todd Woodbridge roaming the fairways to bring viewers all the big stories from the tournament.

Channel Nine’s coverage will begin on Thursday morning (December 12) at 9am when play tees off with 5 matches of four-ball format.

Five more matches of foursomes begin a little later on Friday with NINE starting their coverage from 10:30am.

Saturday sees a full day of golf with five matches in the morning followed by five more in the afternoon. TV coverage begins at 7:00am on GEM, and then switching over to NINE at 10am.

Sunday sees all 12 golfers from each team going head-to-head. Play begins at 10am and NINE’s coverage starts at 9:30am.

As with all NINE’s TV coverage if you’re in Australia you can stream it via the 9Now app.

LIVE TV Times on Channel Nine
Thursday Dec 12: 9:00am NINE
Friday Dec 13: 10:30am NINE
Saturday Dec 14: 7:00am GEM, 10:00am NINE
Sunday Dec 15: 9:30am NINE

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