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European Tour - free live streaming every week

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I saw some discussion on the European Tour and I thought this might be of interest.

Every event on the European tour is streamed live and free on the internet (in pretty good resolution) 4 days per week (from Amsterdam). They cover a good amount of the play (not just one hole unlike PGA online ) - Thursday through Sunday, usually 3-4 hours per day.

The live stream is available here: mms://87.255.34.59/thisisgolf_tv=tig_live

The transmission times are on this page: http://www.thisisgolf.nl/

Here's the link to the schedule for the coming weeks http://85.17.142.96/index.php?pagina_id=65 - it's in Dutch but sufficiently close to English to make sense to most here I suspect. (Maart, April, Mei, Juni, Juli etc).

Ballantine's Championship
13 t/m 16 maart

Madeira Island Open BPI
20 t/m 23 maart

Open de Andalucia
27 t/m 30 maart

Estoril Open de Portugal
3 t/m 6 april

Volvo China Open
17 t/m 20 april

Enjoy!

Jerry Norbury
Amsterdam
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Live this week March 13th-16th 2008 (and streaming as I write) from the Ballentines Championship in South Korea.
Thu/Fri 06:00 - 09:00 CET (GMT+1)
Sat/Sun 05:30 - 09:30

mms://87.255.34.59/thisisgolf_tv=tig_live
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Live this week March 13th-16th 2008 (and streaming as I write) from the Ballentines Championship in South Korea.

thanks, Jeremy. Even tho I have it on Sky, it's useful to know about.

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You're welcome. It's always handy to be able to watch from work etc...
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Cheers, mate.

(Actually, as I work from home, I can pop downstairs and turn on Sky anytime...the streaming video may keep me at my desk!)
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This week's European tour is already a couple of days underway:

BMW Asian Open 2008 (Shanghai)

Thu 24 apr. 07:30 - 11:30 CET (01:30 EDT, 10:30pm PDT)
Fri 25 apr. 07:30 - 11:30
Sat 26 apr. 07:30 - 11:30
Sun 27 apr. 07:30 - 11:30

The live stream is available here: mms://87.255.34.59/thisisgolf_tv=tig_live
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Sweeeeeet! I don't watch golf that often because of the rights is screwed up here in Sweden. Now I can watch golf! :D Thank you for this!
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European tour this week in Spain. Garcia leading as I write.

25th Oct and 26th Oct live here: mms://87.255.34.59/thisisgolf_tv=tig_live
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This week:

Andalucian Open

Wed 25th - Sun 19th March 2009.

Same link as usual: mms://87.255.34.59/thisisgolf_tv=tig_live
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Any one watching it now? interesting stuff.. haha

cheers for the link dude... this will get me through uni :)
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