Tour Championship 2019 live stream: how to watch the PGA golf online from anywhere
The curtain comes down on another US PGA golf tour season this week in Atlanta, with the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club. As ever, the tournament brings together the top 30 players on the US tour, who will all compete for one of the largest purses offered in golf. There’s a staggering £57m worth of prize money at stake this year, and you can see who walks away with the cash with a Tour Championship live stream - no matter where in the world you are.
Tour Championship 2019 - where and when
Featuring 74 bunkers and six water hazards, the Tour Championship takes place at the Donald Ross designed East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia.
The action begins on Thursday, August 22, with opening pair Lucas Glover and Jason Kokrak teeing off at 11.45am local time (so that's 8.45am PT and 4.45pm BST for fans tuning in from the UK).
This year’s Tour Championship sees a major change of format, with the introduction of Starting Strokes rules. Each of the tournament’s 30 players have been assigned a score based on their position in the FedExCup league table following last week’s BMW Championship. This means Justin Thomas, No. 1 in points, starts the tournament at 10 under, No. 2 Patrick Cantlay starts at 8 under, and so on. The lowest five ranking players in the tournament all start the first round at even par.
Top-seed Thomas naturally goes in a clear favorite thanks to his shot advantage, but Brooks Koepka (starting on -7) and Rory McIlroy (-5) are both being well backed by pundits to make up their deficit.
It looks set to be a fascinating tournament, and one you can watch in full, no matter where you are in the world with our Tour Championship live stream guide.