2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, Scotland - Live
Sky Sports Will Provide UK Web Users with Live Ryder Cup Streaming.
The 40th Anniversary of the Ryder Cup Matches will be held September 26–28, 2014 in the Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire, Scotland.
Europe will be the defending Cup holder again, having defeated the USA by 14½ points to 13½ in the 2012 competition at Medinah Country Club, Illinois The team captains will be Tom Watson for the USA3 and Paul McGinley for Europe.
Ryder Cup 2012 Live on SkyGo:
If you already subscribe to Sky Sports then you can use their SkyGo service (all sports channels shown live) at no extra cost. If you are not a current Sky customer then you can currently purchase a SkyGo Monthly Ticket (paid direct to Sky).
We all know how expensive sports packages can be, especially if you only want to watch certain games, well now you can watch the games you want with a Sky Sports Day Pass.
Powered by Now TV, you can stream 6 Sky Sports channels on to your PC, Mobile or Tablet for 24 hours for only £9.99* (with no contract). You can dip in and out and watch Football, Golf, Rugby, F1, Tennis and much more thanks to pay as you go Sky Sports.
*Paid directly to Sky, terms and conditions apply.
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Get your UK PROXY or UK VPN access right now from only £4.99 per month (based on our annual subscription price) and don't miss any of the Ryder Cup action! Also, view a selection of Live Sports Streaming options from official broadcaster websites.
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