FreeSports to broadcast Saudi International featuring Bryson DeChambeau

How to watch the Saudi Internatonal? FreeSports confirms it will broadcast live golf from the Saudi International and Singapore Open on the Asian Tour. 

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Tue, 18 Jan 2022

FreeSports to broadcast Saudi International featuring Bryson DeChambeau

FreeSports have announced they will have live and exclusive coverage from two golf events on the Asian Tour beginning this Thursday morning as the SMBC Singapore tees off at 5am, followed by the controversial Saudi International in early February.

The Saudi International will also be broadcast on FreeSports beginning on February 3 as some of the world’s best golfers including Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Tommy Fleetwood, Shane Lowry and Phil Mickelson are all set to feature in the event.

Following the Singapore International Championship last week broadcast on FreeSports where South Korea’s Joohyung Kim was victorious, the free to air channel has today added more live events to complement the coverage in 2022.

The SMBC Singapore Open gets underway this Thursday morning at 5am live on FreeSports as British and Irish golfers Paul Casey, Kevin Phelan, Jack Harrison and Steve Lewton are all set to feature.

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HOW TO WATCH THE SAUDI INTERNATIONAL?

In February, FreeSports will broadcast live from Royal Greens Golf and Country Club as one of the strongest fields in golf will assemble for the 2022 Saudi International which is littered with major winners such as Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia and defending champion Dustin Johnson.

The event takes place from February 3-6 featuring a total purse of $5 million and FreeSports will have live coverage from each of the four days.

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More players confirmed include Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Shane Lowry, Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood who will be of huge interest to UK and Irish viewers during the tournament.

Full TV schedule can be found on the FreeSports website - https://www.freesports.tv/our-sports/golf.html

FreeSports launched in August 2017 and is owned and operated by Premier Sports with rights to LaLiga, MLS, Liga NOS, J1 League, TOP14 Rugby, NHL, NASCAR, EuroLeague Basketball with an ever growing portfolio of content.

FreeSports is a free to air sports channel operating in the UK and Ireland.

In the UK, FreeSports is available on Sky HD Channel 422, Virgin TV HD Channel 553, Freeview Channel 64, BT/TalkTalk Channel 64 and online via the FreeSports Player. In Ireland, FreeSports is available on channel 422 on Sky.

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