Hot on the heels of the men’s tournament comes the Women’s British Open. The golf is coming to Lancashire along with world number one Ariya Jutanugarn ready to compete for one of golf’s most coveted titles.
Here’s how to catch all the action in the UK on TV, online and even if you’re abroad.
When is the Women’s British Open?
The first round is on Thursday 2 August, with the fourth and final round on Sunday 5 August.
How to watch the Women’s British Open on TV
If you have Sky Sports then you are in luck. All four rounds will be shown live on the dedicated Sky Sports Golf channel.
Coverage is at 11am – 6.30pm UK time on Thursday and Friday.
On Saturday and Sunday coverage is 12pm – 7pm.
Click here to sign up to Sky Sports.
How to watch the Women’s British Open online
If you have Sky Sports, you can watch on your account online or via the Sky Go app on iOS and Android.
Alternatively, you can buy
a no-contract Now TV pass to watch the Open.
Now TV offers a day, week or month pass with prices starting at £7.99
A £12.99 week pass will get you all the gold and then three extra days, so it’s a great way to watch if you don’t want to buy Sky Sports on a contract.
View Now TV passes here.
You can then watch the action online at the
Now TV website on your phone, tablet or laptop.
How to watch the Women’s British Open abroad
If you have Sky Sports or Now TV but are away on holiday, then there’s a way to still see the Women’s British Open. By using
a VPN, you can access Sky Sports or Now TV online via your web browser.
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