What channel is the Solheim Cup on? How to watch the 2023 Solheim Cup in Spain

The 2023 Solheim Cup kicks off Friday in Spain, with the U.S. and European teams set to battle it out over three days of competition. But what channel is the Solheim Cup on this week? Here’s everything you need to know to watch the action on TV.

What channel is the Solheim Cup on?

Figuring out what TV channel or streaming service is showing your favorite golf tournament can be difficult at times. But not so with this week’s 2023 Solheim Cup.

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The powers that be couldn’t have made it easier for this week’s event in Spain. Golf Channel will be the only TV channel airing the matches, and their planned coverage is extensive.

It all begins on Friday with a marathon 11-hour telecast following the first two sessions of foursomes and fourball matches. But because of the time zone difference in Spain, the Golf Channel coverage kicks off early in the morning at 2 a.m. ET.

The TV plan for Saturday’s sessions is identical, with Golf Channel airing live coverage from 2 a.m.-1 p.m. ET.

U.S.-based viewers then get a bit of break on Sunday, with Golf Channel’s telecast of the singles matches beginning at 5 a.m. ET.

If you prefer to stream the action online, Peacock will provide live simulcasts of the TV coverage all three days of the tournament.


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Check out the full Solheim Cup TV schedule for the week below.

2023 Solheim Cup TV schedule (ET)

Friday, September 22: 2 a.m.-1 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, Peacock)
Saturday, September 23:
2 a.m.-1 p.m. ET (Golf Channel, Peacock)
Sunday, September 24: 5-11 a.m. ET (Golf Channel, Peacock)

Kevin Cunningham

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