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Master Geek

  # 2287146 1-Aug-2019 14:01
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Well I got another email today saying that to avoid "confusion" your favorite sports will


be on a dedicated channel, the one listed for golf is 6.


That is not market hype it is an untrue statement.


I am not stupid and I as well as anybody else see's that it is just the same in a different





In another thread there was a copy of something from Sky that explained some temporary changes in the first half of August around Golf.




"Whilst we roll out these exciting enhancements to you, we have had to make some scheduling changes to Sky Sport 1- 4 between 1 August and 14 August 2019.


This affects our coverage of the PGA and LPGA Golf, and we will unfortunately not be able to show live coverage of these events on FAN PASS between 1 and 14 August.





Although we won't have live coverage, we will be bringing you highlights of all the action from:


PGA Tour Events


- Wyndham Championship 1-4 Aug


- The Northern Trust 8-11 August


LPGA Tour Events


- Ladies’ Scottish Open 8 – 11 August





AIG Women’s British Open 1-4 August 2019"

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Master Geek

  # 2287642 2-Aug-2019 13:00
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Lets Hope these are Full HD not "Sky HD" (1440)



With Kayo, for this key sports, who does the commentary?


For me, commentary is huge. 



The pre-match commentary is Australian (Fox Sports?) and the game commentary is whoever is the primary broadcaster of the game.  For example a game played in NZ with have Sky Sports etc.



Interestingly with Kayo for a home Warriors game, where obviously they have a SKY commentary team they have an Aussie team who I'm not even sure would be in NZ.





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