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Watch US Women’s Golf 2014 live with ESPN app

It’s been a week since we saw the men start the 2014 US Open Golf tournament, and now it is time for the women. Later today at Pinehurst No. 2 will see the start of the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open Golf and will see if they will be able to see if they can win by the same sort of margin as Martin Kaymer did at the weekend.

The U.S Open Women’s Golf TV schedule for the event over the next few days is as follows, Thursday, 19th of July coverage will be on ESPN2 at 3:00 PM EDT – 7:00 PM EDT, Friday, 20th June is on the same channel at the same time. Saturday, June 21st will see coverage moved to NBC Sports at 3:00 PM EDT – 6:00 PM EDT, and again for Saturday, June 22nd for the U.S. Women’s Golf 2014 final.

You can watch a US Women’s Golf 2014 live stream via the ESPN app or NBC Sports app if you are unable to watch coverage on a TV. So many people will still be at work at these times, and so they will have to make do with watching the tournament on an app, and so you had best take your tablet to work with you, as trying to watch golf on a smartphone is a task in itself.

The WatchESPN app was last updated on June 9th, although this was in preparation for another sporting event, the World Cup 2014. The Watch ESPN app is available on iTunes or Google Play Store for free, and don’t worry about the previous crashing issue, as this has now been resolved.

More US Women’s Golf 2014 live coverage can be viewed on the NBC Sports Live Extra app, which is also available on both platforms.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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