Take a Swing at TVsportguide.com this Summer
The summer is here and so are a whole host of great golf tournaments across the globe, and you won’t miss a single swing with TVsportguide.com!
This service is brand new to the UK and comes at the perfect time for all golf fans looking to stay on top of all the world-class golf action over the next few months!
TVsportguide is your gateway to the finding exactly where, when and how to watch your favourite golfers in action, from now and way into the future.
The way it works is you simply connect to their site, choose your favourite sport and it will tell you exactly where you can watch it, both on TV and online.
With all the most popular TV Channels, as well as streaming services, all the world-class golf action is at your finger tips and can be accessed within second thanks to this awesome concept.
It has already earned its stripes in Scandinavia and now it has arrived in the UK, TVsportguide is set to change the way you watch golf forever!
Take a Swing at TVsportguide.com This Summer
With Golf running continuously throughout the year, there is always a tournament for you to watch, the problem is where to find it?
Well that is where TVsportguide comes in, as it offers a comprehensive list of not just the tournaments that are occurring but also, where to watch them.
Now is the perfect time for this service to arrive as with the summer comes loads of great golfing action.
Although the US Open has been and gone, if you sign up right now, you can still use the service to catch the Memorial Championship at the end of this month, as well as the British Open in July.
Then, of course, just stay up to date with all the other great tournaments that happen all year round with optimal ease.
If you want to get involved as soon as possible, the BMW Championships are on-going right now and so if you act quickly, you can make use of their service immediately!
The way it works is you simply just connect to their site and you will find all the options for where you can view the action unfold.
Whether you want to watch from the comfort of your own home, then you can, with a full list of the TV Channels that are showing golf.
Alternatively, if you are out and about or don’t have access to a television, you can also find out where to stream on some of the biggest online stream services around, such as NOW and Eurosport Player, too.
Using this is super beneficial as even if you are out and about, you can still find out where you can watch your favourite tournaments and when they start.
It is then up to you whether or not you want to rush home to view it on TV, or just make use of online streaming services provided and watch wherever you are. The power is completely in your hands with TVsportguide.com
Forget a Hole-in-One, Get All-in-One with TVSportguide
As well as having all this great stuff at your fingertips, you can also make use of it on your own site.
Thanks to their superb customisable widget, you can pick and choose the tournaments you want and then add them to your own site or blog.
This way you will get a live stream of all the tournaments available and where to watch them and have it for you and your site visitors own use. This is super handy and is sure to save you a lot of time and effort.
If your personal sporting taste or that of your site is more diverse than just golf, you can also choose to incorporate other sports into the widget too.
This is thanks to TVsportguide.com offering a comprehensive selection of all the most popular sports in the UK.
So, Cricket, Tennis, F1, Rugby and Football can all be accessed on their site too. Which means you can get all the summers action all in one place and with the World Cup 2018 just a few weeks away, TVSportguide has launched at the perfect time for this as well.
Get involved in TVsportguide.com today and feel the benefits all through this summer and much further forward into the golfing calendar.
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