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The 2021 The American Express features a field with some of the best golfers on the planet, including Brooks Koepka and Patrick Reed, taking on PGA West and two other courses in La Quinta, Calif. With online streams from Golf Channel and NBC in their apps and websites, you have no excuse to miss a minute of the action.

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You can watch the 2021 The American Express online starting on Thursday in the United States, as Golf Channel has its online stream for all four rounds of the tournament from PGA West in La Quinta, Calif.

There will be 156 players in the field, competing for an opportunity to win in the PGA Tour’s new season and take home the The American Express.

All four days of the event will air live on Golf Channel, with Golf Channel airing four hours of coverage each day.

Golf Channel broadcast coverage of the tournament is also available through GolfChannel.com and the Golf Channel and NBC Sports apps for various mobile platforms.

PGA Tour Live is available for this event, which can be purchased through Amazon (Featured Groups through PGA Tour Live; Featured Holes is included with Amazon Prime) or NBC Sports Gold. ESPN+ subscribers get PGA Tour Live Featured Holes coverage.
2021 The American Express streaming schedule: How to watch online
Thursday, Jan. 21

Golf Channel broadcast: 3-7 p.m.
PGA Tour Featured Holes: 3-7 p.m.
PGA Tour Featured Groups: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 22

Golf Channel broadcast: 3-7 p.m.
PGA Tour Featured Holes: 3-7 p.m.
PGA Tour Featured Groups: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 23

Golf Channel broadcast: 3-7 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 24

Golf Channel broadcast: 3-7 p.m.

How to live stream The American Express 2021

The PGA Tour is back in action this week, teeing off The American Express tournament in La Quinta, California. Golfers tee off on Thursday at 12:10 p.m. ET at the two courses of PGA West.

The tournament airs on Golf Channel all four days, but there will be some opportunities to view this via live online stream if you’re not in front of a television. Golf Channel offers a live stream as part of the NBC network of channels with a cable subscription. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can try out fuboTV with a free trial to start.

The PGA also offers PGA Tour Live in conjunction with NBC. While the Golf Channel stream will show golfers across the field, the PGA Tour Live stream airs on Thursday and Friday and focuses on the featured groups. For this tournament, Thursday’s featured groups are the trio of Patrick Reed, Andrew Landry, and Gary Woodland, and the trio of Kevin Na, Matthew Wolff, and Tony Finau. Friday’s featured groups are the trio of Cameron Champ, Brooks Koepka, and Paul Casey, and the trio of Patrick Cantlay, Phil Mickelson, and Rickie Fowler.

PGA TOUR LIVE is back. This week’s The American Express marks the return of the streaming service, which showcases exclusive early coverage from the PGA TOUR. The broadcast from PGA West will begin at noon Eastern on Thursday and Friday.

Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matthew Wolff and tournament host Phil Mickelson are among the names who will appear in this week’s Featured Groups coverage. They’ll be competing on two courses at PGA West, including Pete Dye’s famed Stadium Course and its island-green 17th nicknamed Alcatraz.

A star-studded charity match also will be available Wednesday on PGA TOUR LIVE. Country music artist Jake Owen and soccer star Landon Donovan will team with Tony Finau and Paul Casey in the nine-hole match from PGA West’s Stadium Course. Mickelson will host the match and participate through “Phil’s Challenges.” Each player, including Mickelson, will take a shot at a $1 million hole-in-one for charity on Alcatraz, as well. The match will tee off at 2 p.m. Pacific.

The Featured Groups, which will tee off at 1:40 and 1:50 p.m. Eastern each day on PGA West’s Stadium Course, are listed below. To prepare you for PGA TOUR LIVE’s coverage, our roundtable of writers convened to answer a burning question around each group. Enjoy.
Patrick Reed, Andrew Landry, Gary Woodland

– Andrew Landry has a win and playoff loss in his last three American Express starts. Will he finish as low man in this group?

SEAN MARTIN: Landry has nine career top-10s on TOUR. Two have come at this event. But I think Reed is the man to beat in this group. Reed has a win at this event, in 2014, and earned his PGA TOUR card at a Q-School on the two courses in use this week. He has exhibited some incredible consistency lately, finishing in the top 25 in two-thirds of his starts since the start of last season, including all four in 2020-21.

BEN EVERILL: Not this time. Patrick Reed is a desert warrior who has surprised us by playing in this desert instead of being in a Middle East one. He should threaten to win the whole thing.

CAMERON MORFIT: I’ll subscribe to the horses-for-courses theory and go with defending champ Landry here. I know he didn’t show much at the Sentry TOC and missed the cut at the Sony Open, but he won here last year after missing five consecutive cuts. It wasn’t that long ago that he finished T4 at The RSM Classic. I’ll say he picks up right where he left off in the desert and notches another top-10 finish.
Kevin Na, Matthew Wolff, Tony Finau

– Na had one win in his first 369 TOUR starts. He has four in his last 55, including last week’s Sony Open. Finau has one win in his first 170 starts. How many will he finish his career with?

MARTIN: Finau is just 31. He has plenty of time left. I think 10 is within reach but seven seems more realistic. I still think Finau could have some multiple-win seasons ahead of him.

EVERILL: Should be 10 (or more), I want to say six but I’m going to take the under and say four.

MORFIT: With his talent I would have guessed double digits, but it’s just so hard to win on TOUR, and he’s let a few victories pass him by already. I’ll say he ends up with six wins, and I wouldn’t be at all shocked if one of those was a major.
Cameron Champ, Brooks Koepka, Paul Casey

– What do you expect out of Koepka this year?

MARTIN: He had two top-10s in the fall but also ended the year with a missed cut. I think he will return to East Lake but I’m not sure about a win. He had opportunities to win late last season but wasn’t able to capitalize on them. He said Tuesday he feels good, so this week will be an opportunity to show us what to expect.

EVERILL: If he’s fully fit, a return to some dominant wins. When he’s at his peak, he’s a beast. I’d love to see him and DJ down the stretch in a tournament at some point.

MORFIT: That’s just it, Ben – the big IF remains. Is he healthy again? If so, I’d expect him to make a strong run at the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines South, which is precisely the type of big, brawny course that sets him apart from the rest.
Patrick Cantlay, Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler

– More likely to join Cantlay as a winner on the PGA TOUR this season, Mickelson or Fowler? It’s been two years since each won.

MARTIN: Mickelson finished runner-up not long ago at the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, and he has some winning mojo after his back-to-back triumphs on PGA TOUR Champions.

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