Ryder Cup 2012 Live Streaming: Useful Links for Saturday's Matches
Saturday's matchups of four ball and foursomes at the 2012 Ryder Cup are set to resume at the same time they began on Friday, and they will do so with the opportunity to follow along closely, no matter where you are.
If you were watching ESPN for all the action on Friday, you'll need to flip over to NBC, which will be carrying the event for Saturday's pivotal matches between this year's two teams, captained by Davis Love III and José María Olazábal.
Keep reading for all the useful links and places you can go for up-to-date scores, analysis and more on the 2012 Ryder Cup.
Live Stream: RyderCup.com
The broadcast crew, which includes the always colorful Craig Sager, does a great job of keeping you engaged if you're on your computer watching the match.
There are buttons and widgets on the side to make it an enjoyable experience, and you can really see that the technology is in full effect for the online viewer as the PGA website looks to keep potential viewers interested in the game at hand.
Live Scoreboard: via RyderCup.com
If you don't have time to watch on your computer or aren't really interested in watching until things get interesting, the live scoreboard is a straight-forward look at who is on top and what needs to be done to take home a win.
iTunes Application: Ryder Cup App
If neither of those options work for you, download the official Ryder Cup app from the iTunes store or your Android device. Not only is there live streaming video, up-to-the-minute scoreboards and analysis, but there are also novelty articles, interviews and everything to turn your smart phone or tablet into a complete beacon for the 2012 Ryder Cup.
Follow Ryder Cup on Twitter: @RyderCup
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Make sure to stay with Bleacher Report for all things Ryder Cup 2012, all up until the singles matches on Sunday that will decided the fate of these two teams in this year's historic event.
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