Watch the 2013 British Open Online

The British Open, officially known as just “The Open,” is the world’s oldest golf tournament (1860) and one of the four majors along with the U.S. Open, the Masters and the PGA Championship. I have great news for you golf enthusiasts out there. You can join me (not literally) watching every moment of great sport action and high drama viewing from the comfort of a seat pulled up in front of your laptop.

 

Watch It Live HERE

 

That’s right. I discovered this incredible software that gains access to each shot taken during the 2013 British Open that takes place July 19-22 from the Royal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England. A version is available for both a Mac and a PC making it quite convenient for all.

Simply download the software from the Internet. It is easy to do. It is just as easy to install and operate on your computer. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection so you can properly view the live-streaming video in high-quality. And, if installed on your travelling laptop, it won’t make a difference where you are when the tournament airs since you’ll have the best “grandstand” seat “on the course.”

Catch all the great golf action when you watch the British Open online.

This year’s Open is the 11th staging of the world’s oldest golf tournament at Lytham and St. Annes. Located in the town of Lancashire, just to the south of Blackpool, the venue is a links course. A links course traditionally describes land that sits between the seaside and farmland. Since links land is quite sandy, it is unsuitable for use as farmland. It was once considered worthless until the Scotts began using it to hit a little round ball about from one point to another. This was the origin of today’s game of golf.

This land close to the beach had lots of sand making it natural to create bunkers. However, the land was void of trees since only reedy, tall grass could flourish in the poor soil. This allowed for almost constant windy conditions. The bunkers had to be deeply recessed to keep the sand from blowing away. This became the traditional layout for a links course.

Although Royal Lytham and St. Annes is a links course, it is unusual. The course is surrounded by homes and a railway – sitting a full eight city blocks from the sea.

When you grab this software, you’ll be sitting with the best viewing seat on the course watching the 2013 British Open online.