Fore! The Ryder Cup is teeing off this weekend. After three years away from the historic championship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the games are finally returning. Team Europe looks to defend its title after the delay, but will Team USA take the trophy thanks to a home court advantage? We have all the info you need to watch this year’s Ryder Cup.

The tournament will be held at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin this year. Both teams consist of 12 golfers, with Team USA introducing six rookies teeing up this year, including The Open champion Collin Morikawa and FedEx Cup champion Patrick Cantlay. On the flip side, Team Europe has the most tenured player in the Ryder Cup’s nearly century-long history: Lee Westwood, who has 11 total appearances at the tournament.

Ready to watch? Here’s everything you need to know about streaming the 2021 Ryder Cup online:

When does the 2021 Ryder Cup begin?

The Ryder Cup begins tomorrow (Sept. 24), continuing throughout the weekend and ending on Sunday (Sept. 26) evening. The competition begins officially at 8 a.m. ET tomorrow, and the same time goes for Saturday. Take some time to sleep in on Sunday, though, as the games won’t pick up again until 12 p.m. ET.

What channel is the 2021 Ryder Cup on? 2021 Ryder Cup TV schedule:

The 2021 Ryder Cup will be broadcast on a mix of channels and streaming platforms, including The Golf Channel, NBC, and Peacock. The broadcast will hop around here and there — here’s a full Ryder Cup TV schedule:

Friday, Sept. 24

  • 8 a.m.-7 p.m. on The Golf Channel & Peacock

Saturday, Sept. 25

  • 8 a.m.-9 a.m. on The Golf Channel & Peacock
  • 9 a.m.-7p.m. on NBC & Peacock

Sunday, Sept. 26

  • 12 p.m.-6 p.m. on NBC & Peacock

Is the 2021 Ryder Cup streaming online? How to watch the 2021 Ryder Cup online:

Not in front of a TV? Not a problem! We can still help you navigate your way to NBC and The Golf Channel online. Better yet, NBC’s streaming service Peacock is also an option.

The easiest option is to subscribe to Peacock and watch the showdown live on the streamer. The Ryder Cup will be streaming live throughout the weekend on the platform. Although Peacock does have a free tier, you’ll need to sign up for at least their $4.99 Premium tier in order to watch the Ryder Cup. You can also choose their $9.99 Premium Plus plan, which is ad-free.

If you want to watch the livestream on The Golf Channel or NBC, you can head over to their websites and check out the livestream with a cable log-in. If you don’t have a cable log in, you can watch a live stream of either channel using a premium subscription service like FuboTV, Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV. Just sign up and find the channel you’re searching for on your computer.