Premium pay TV service Sky Q has added GolfPass to its app library. The specialist sports service features daily golfing tips and hundreds of exclusive videos, making it a novel way to improve your game when you’re not on the green.
Subscribers can study Golf Channel films and exclusive original programming.
And there’s plenty for golf addicts get your teeth into, with more than 4,000 hours of golf lessons and instructional content on tap, suitable both for those aiming to pick up a club for the first time or trying to break 100. This includes library content from the Golf Channel, and original productions, such as the entire Feherty catalogue, Big Break and The Conor Moore Show.
Coaches include Chris Como, Sean Foley, Martin Hall, Michael Bannon, Martin Chuck and Andrew Rice.
Joining Peloton and Fiit on the platform, GolfPass has been developed by golf superstar Rory McIlroy and the NBC Sports Group.
The four-time major champion said: “We’re thrilled that GolfPass has launched on Sky Q, giving aspiring players top tips from pros and leading coaches from across the world. Over the last year we have seen a large uptake in the game from a grass-roots level which is great to see, and it’s fantastic to be able to provide golfers old and new with tips to improve their game from their living room”.
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