LPGA Tour: Free Live YouTube Stream from Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open at Dundonald Lynx | golf news

Georgia Hall and Charlie Hull headline British Hopes in Scotland, where Ryan O’Toole returns as defending champion and Sunday’s Evian Championship winner Brooke Henderson also features – all on the Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel Watch round four live.

Last Updated: 31/07/22 5:22pm

The stars of women’s golf are back in the UK this week for the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open, with all four rounds available via Sky Sports’ live YouTube stream.

Eight of the world’s top 10 are set to face it at the Donald Lynx, where Ryan O’Toole is the defending champion after claiming his first LPGA Tour title with an impressive three-shot win at last year’s competition.

Golf’s newest Majors champion Brooke Henderson, winner of the Amundi Evian Championships, world No. 1 Jin Young Ko, Race to CME Globe leader Minji Lee and New Zealand’s Lydia Ko joined the star-studded line-up in dramatic fashion on Sunday. .

Solheim Cup stars Georgia Hall and Charlie Hull are both in action as they look to build on a strong showing at last week’s Evian Championships, while three-time major winner Anna Nordquist will also field to defend her AIG Women’s Open title next week. are in.

Sky Sports will show four hours of live coverage from each round of the event, which will be co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour and the LPGA Tour, with the action going live from 3pm on the first two days and 1.30pm on the weekends.

Coverage will start at the red button every day before moving to Sky Sports Golf, however full coverage will be available every day on Sky Sports Mix and – free of charge – on the Sky Sports Golf YouTube channel.

The Women’s Scottish Open is part of a triple-header of live golf on Sky Sports this week, with the DP World Tour’s Hero Open and the PGA Tour’s Rocket Mortgage Classic also available to enjoy.

Click on the video above to watch the free live stream from the Trust Golf Women’s Scottish Open!

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