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How to watch the Genesis Scottish Open

European Tour Productions, the DP World Tour’s in-house production company, will produce and distribute live coverage of the Genesis Scottish Open.

This is the third consecutive year that the Genesis Scottish Open is co-sanctioned by the DP World Tour and PGA TOUR as part of the Strategic Alliance between both Tours. 

It is the final event of The Open Qualifying Series where the top three players, not otherwise exempt, who make the cut will be available into next week’s 152nd Open at Royal Troon.

The Renaissance Club hosts the Genesis Scottish Open for the sixth consecutive year, with the last two winners - Rory McIlroy and Xander Schauffele - among the current top three in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Six of the top ten in the Official World Golf Ranking are in the field, including defending champion McIlroy, who will make his first start since finishing runner-up at the U.S. Open. 

Scotland native and 2023 runner-up Robert MacIntyre returns to the Genesis Scottish Open as a PGA TOUR winner following his breakthrough victory at last month’s RBC Canadian Open.

Full coverage plan

Global Broadcast Transmission Times

Below are the listed Broadcast Transmission times for the Genesis Scottish Open in local time in the United Kingdom, and for the general World Feed coverage (time in BST). Find out below where to watch in your area.

DateGMTLocal BST = GMT+1
Thursday 11th July12:00 - 18:0013:00 - 19:00
Friday 12th July12:00 - 18:0013:00 - 19:00
Saturday 13th June13:30 - 19:0014:30 - 20:00
Sunday 14th June13:30 - 19:0014:30 - 20:00

Feature Groups

Thursday 11th July07:30 - 12:3008:30 - 13:30
Friday 12th July 07:30 - 12:3008:30 - 13:30
Saturday 13th July TBCTBC
Sunday 14th JulyTBCTBC

Viewers can follow Feature Group coverage across DP World Tour platforms. Please check back later in the week for further details.

Who forms part of the Feature Groups?

Teeing off from the tenth at 08:28 on Thursday morning, Rory McIlroy is joined by Ryder Cup teammates Viktor Hovland and Robert MacIntyre, who he beat to the Genesis Scottish Open title last year.

In the next group out at 08:39, 2022 Genesis Scottish Open winner Xander Schauffele will play alongside fellow Major champion Wyndham Clark and two-time Rolex Series winner Tommy Fleetwood.

On day two, Justin Thomas will be joined by Nicolai Hojgaard and Ryan Fox at 08.17, followed by the trio of Ludvig Åberg and Major-winning duo Hideki Matsuyama and Collin Morikawa from 08:28, with both groups again teeing off from the tenth.

Where can you watch coverage of the DP World Tour in your area?

EuropeSky Sports Golf
 VOOsport World
 Play Sport Golf
 Golf Klub
 Max Sport
 Golf Channel CZ
 Viasat Golf
 Viasat Golf
 Sky Sports Golf
 Sky Sports Golf
 Sky Sports Golf
 Ziggo Sport Golf
 Viasat Golf
 Polsat Sport Extra
 Sport TV
 Movistar Golf
 Viasat Golf
 Sky Sports Golf
AmericasGolf Channel
 Golf Channel
Middle East & AfricaBahrain TV
 SuperSport Golf
 SuperSport Golf Africa
OceaniaFox Sports
 Sky Sports
AsiaHainan TV
 PCCW/Now Golf
 Mola TV
 Tap Sports
 Hub Sports
 SpoTV Golf & Health
 Boss Golf
 Golf Channel

For specific broadcast timings of these territories please check your local listings.

The BBC will air a one-hour highlights package following the third and final round from the Renaissance Club.

Saturday: 00:00-01:00 (Also available via the BBC Red Button from 22:00)

Sunday: 23:55-00:55 (Also available via the BBC Red Button from 22:30)

Who is part of the commentary team?

Alison Whitaker and Dominik Holyer will be lead commentators across the week, and they will be joined by Ken Brown, Tony Johnstone and Sam Torrance.

Nicolas Colsaerts and Anthony Wall will provide on-course analysis, while Tim Barter will conduct in-round and post-round interviews.

On-course commentary on the feature groups will be provided by Richard Boxall, with Jamie Spence offering analysis alongside Whitaker and Holyer.

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