Craving more college golf? Tune in to the Palmer Cup
03 Jun 2019
by Staff

see also: Arnold Palmer Cup Matches, Lahinch Golf Club

Walt Beazley, Razorbacks Athletics Communications
Walt Beazley, Razorbacks Athletics Communications

Couldn’t get enough of college golf on TV last month? You’re in luck. Collegians return to the screen – albeit a live-streamed screen – this week for the 23rd annual Arnold Palmer Cup. will carry the coverage from Roland, Ark., from Friday through Sunday.

There often isn’t a lot of crossover between men’s and women’s college golf – especially among rival teams. You can thank the Palmer Cup, however, for what co-ed camaraderie there is. Last year, a women’s component was added to the annual three-day Ryder Cup-style event that features the world’s top collegians. This week, women will compete in the event on U.S. soil for the first time.

A team of 24 internationals and 24 Americans (each team consists of 12 men and 12 women) will complete at the Alotian Club, a former Western Amateur venue, June 7-9 for the annual matches. This is the first time the event has ever been broadcast on a live stream.

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Live-streaming coverage on will include the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as profiles of the competitors in one of college golf’s most prestigious events. Whit Watson and Jane Crafter will be in the broadcast booth for live tournament coverage, and will be joined by Dave Marr III on the course Friday through Sunday.

The live stream can be viewed at, the NBC Sports app and Golf Channel app – NBC Sports Group’s live-streaming products for mobile devices, tablets and connected TVs.

The streaming airtimes and formats for the rounds are listed below:

Mixed Fourball
Friday, June 7
12 p.m. – 4 p.m. ET

Mixed Foursomes
Saturday, June 8
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET

Saturday, June 8
5 p.m. – 7 p.m. ET

Singles Matches
Sunday, June 9
12 p.m. – 4 p.m. ET

ABOUT THE Palmer Cup

The annual Ryder Cup-style competition features top men and women collegiate players from the United States against their International counterparts.

Each team will be comprised of 12 men's and 12 women's golfers. Day one will feature Mixed Four-Ball competition, day two will see Mixed Foursomes in the morning and Four-Ball in the afternoon, with 24 singles matches on the final day.

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