The Foxtel Group today announced it has renewed its long-standing relationship with the PGA TOUR as part of a multi-year broadcasting deal with the TOUR and its partner Warner Bros. Discovery, reaffirming Foxtel Group’s position as the unrivalled home of golf in Australia.
This will mean more golf than ever before for Foxtel and Kayo Sports customers, with innovative live feeds dedicated to marquee groups and featured holes from selected tournaments.
The Foxtel Group currently reaches more than 2.8 million sports subscribers and with Kayo Sports supercharging streaming growth – this revised partnership will help tap into the next generation of golf fans.
Fox Sports Executive Director Steve Crawley said: “We have a strong relationship with the PGA TOUR and this new deal secures an even bigger offering for our customers with more exclusive content than ever. “It’s an exciting time to be a golf fan with the likes of the PGA Championship, Masters, US Open, The Open Championship, Presidents Cup, LPGA and Ryder Cup all in one place on Fox Sports.”
PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan said: ‘’We are delighted to be renewing our broadcast agreement with the Foxtel Group, they have been a long-standing partner of the PGA TOUR and are well positioned to continue the growth of golf in Australia.
‘’Australia has an incredible legacy in golf and we are excited that Melbourne will be hosting the 2028 Presidents Cup. The momentum behind the Foxtel Group is extremely impressive. We look forward to working with them for many years to come and growing our fanbase even further.’’
The 2022 Presidents Cup will begin on 20 September and will be available Live and Exclusive on Fox Sports, available on Foxtel and Kayo.
The extension of PGA TOUR coverage on Foxtel follows a new agreement with Warner Bros. Discovery, the TOUR’s international rights and distribution partner, and the PGA TOUR.