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Published 2022-04-27 By
The PGA Tour continues from Mexico this week with the 2022 Mexico Open. The event starts Thursday, April 28, and continues through Sunday, May 1. Coverage of The Mexico Open will be on Golf Channel and CBS. PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ will also be streaming 4 feeds, each with unique event coverage. This article will explain everything you need to know about watching the Mexico Open without a cable TV subscription.
Best Way to Watch The Mexico Open: The best streaming service to have all the coverage of the Mexico Open is Hulu Live TV. This service provides a live stream of Golf Channel, CBS, and includes ESPN+ so you can watch the Mexico Open on PGA Tour Live. You can sign up for Hulu Live TV here. Read on for more details on watching the Mexico Open through Hulu Live TV and other streaming services.
The schedule for the Mexico Open is as follows:
(All Times Eastern)
However, if you want the most coverage, you will likely want to watch the PGA Tour Live coverage on ESPN+. You watch ESPN+ through the ESPN app to access the following four feeds each day of the event:
Below is the streaming schedule for all feeds for the Mexico Open on ESPN+.
Golf Channel with cover rounds 1 and 2 of this year’s Mexico Open with CBS and Golf Channel covering rounds 3 and 4. . The options below will give you the best options to watch Mexico Open without a cable TV provider.
Below is the relevant streaming service that carries CBS, Golf Channel, and ESPN+ and how to use them.
Hulu Live TV is the best option if you want to watch all available coverage of the Mexico Open. Hulu Live TV provides access to ESPN+, CBS, and Golf Channel. You can watch the event by searching “Mexico Open” from within the Hulu app on your streaming device. Your $69.99 per month subscription to Hulu Live includes the following:
For more information on this streaming service, check out our Hulu Live TV Review.
Check out Hulu Live TV here.
Subscribing to Hulu Live TV also provides access to ESPN+ through the Hulu app. However, you can also subscribe to ESPN+ without having Hulu Live TV and watch it through the ESPN app. The ESPN App supports Roku Players and TVs, Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android, iPhone, Samsung TVs, Xbox One, and PS4.
To add ESPN+ to your ESPN app, follow these instructions:
An ESPN+ subscription costs only $6.99 per month. There is no contract so you can cancel any time you like. However, you can select a yearly subscription for a discounted rate of $69.99 annually. For more information on ESPN+, see our ESPN+ review.
FuboTV includes Golf Channel and CBS along with 90 other channels in its Pro Plan for $69.99 per month (after a 7-day free trial).
You can sign up for a 1-week free trial or check out our review of FuboTV for more details.
YouTubeTV also offers CBS and Golf Channel. YouTubeTV costs $64.99
A subscription to YouTube TV provides:
Check our review of YouTube TV for more details. They also offer a 1-week free trial.
DIRECTV STREAM is another way you can watch Golf Channel and CBS. CBS is available in the “Entertainment” channel plan for $69.99 per month. However, Golf Channel requires you to subscribe to their “Ultimate” plan for $104.99 per month. A subscription to DIRECTV STREAM includes the following:
DIRECTV STREAM provides a 5-day free trial or learn more in our DIRECTV STREAM review.
Paramount+ will allow you to watch The Mexico Open later rounds as it provides access to your local CBS affiliate. However, you will have to find another way to watch Golf Channel. Paramount+ streams to Roku Players, Apple TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Fire TV Stick. Check out our review of Paramount+ for more details. CBS All Access offers a 30-day free trial.
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Filed Under: Watching Sports and Special Events Last Updated 2022-04-27
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