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Golf Industry News - BBC

The BBC will not show any live golf next year for the first time since 1955 after the public service broadcaster lost the rights to live coverage of the Masters. Sky Sports will be the sole broadcasters of next year’s tournament from Augusta, which takes place from April 9-12.

The possibility of live coverage of the Open Championship being shown on free-to-air TV channels in the future has been debated in the House of Lords. A report by the Lords’ Select Committee on Communications and Digital entitled ‘Public service broadcasting: as vital as ever’, looked at the role of public service broadcasting in covering […]

The BBC has announced an extension of its broadcast deal with the European Tour, ensuring coverage of the Ryder Cup until 2022 and several other high profile tournaments