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How to live stream The American Express 2021

The PGA Tour gets underway Thursday in La Quina, California. We break down how to watch the tournament on TV and via live online stream

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The PGA Tour is back in action this week, teeing off The American Express tournament in La Quinta, California. Golfers tee off on Thursday at 12:10 p.m. ET at the two courses of PGA West.

The tournament airs on Golf Channel all four days, but there will be some opportunities to view this via live online stream if you’re not in front of a television. Golf Channel offers a live stream as part of the NBC network of channels with a cable subscription. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can try out fuboTV with a free trial to start.

The PGA also offers PGA Tour Live in conjunction with NBC. While the Golf Channel stream will show golfers across the field, the PGA Tour Live stream airs on Thursday and Friday and focuses on the featured groups. For this tournament, Thursday’s featured groups are the trio of Patrick Reed, Andrew Landry, and Gary Woodland, and the trio of Kevin Na, Matthew Wolff, and Tony Finau. Friday’s featured groups are the trio of Cameron Champ, Brooks Koepka, and Paul Casey, and the trio of Patrick Cantlay, Phil Mickelson, and Rickie Fowler.