ESPN+ takes full effect this week at the American Express, promising unprecedented coverage of golf on the PGA Tour.
The total number of hours of live coverage has tripled, with 4,300 exclusive hours being broadcast.
This includes coverage of 35 tournaments in 2022 (28 of those having four full days' worth of coverage).
ESPN and EPSN+ will be home of the Masters Par 3 contest, with 115 hours of live coverage from Augusta National.
Elsewhere, the PGA Championship will have more than 200 hours of live coverage.
Viewers who aren't interested in live coverage of events can tune into a library of classic content.
For the Masters, there are more than 50 hours of films between 1960-2020.
There is simply too much golf to choose from.
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So what does all this mean?
From the American Express onwards, ESPN+ will offer fans live feeds of each tournament.
Main feed - showing primary tournament coverage featuring action all over the course
Marquee group - showcasing every shot from each player (Matthew Wolff and Gary Woodland this week)
Featured groups: Traditional coverage
Featured holes: A combination of par-3s or iconic holes. Think the 17th at TPC Sawgrass or that bonkers hole at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
How to get the ESPN+ bundle
ESPN is jointly owned by Disney, so there's a bundle that lets you get it for $13.99.
Separately, you can subscribe at a cost of $19.88 or $25.97 if you opt for Hulu without advertisements.
What devices can I watch on?
Amazon Fire TV