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Topic # 124522 10-Jul-2013 16:08
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Hi Guys.

I doubt I have put this in the right Forum, so if I'm wrong please shift to correct place.

How would you go about watching U.S Golf TV programs on a Win 7 PC ?

Any help / advice much appreciated.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 853518 10-Jul-2013 18:47
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Google US Golf TV online?

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  Reply # 853628 10-Jul-2013 22:52
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If you know where you want to watch them but you can't access the website because you do not reside in the U.S. then you need to get a vpn.

eg.

http://www.unblock-us.com/

https://www.astrill.com/

http://netforbeginners.about.com/od/readerpicks/tp/The-Best-VPN-Service-Providers.htm





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  Reply # 865515 25-Jul-2013 07:27
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There isnt anything out there. You can watch some from the pga website using unblockus.
I too are searching for a pay channel with the golf and its all I need so I can cancel sky.

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