V Sport Golf

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V Sport Golf
Broadcast area Denmark
Network V Sport
HeadquartersLondon, United Kingdom
Owner Nordic Entertainment Group
LaunchedJanuary 2007
Replaced Viasat Sport 24
Former namesViasat Golf (2007-2020)
Website Viasat Golf (in Norwegian)
Viasat Golf (in Swedish)
Digita (Finland)Channel 67 (SD)
DNA (Finland)Channel 123 (HD)
Lattelecom (Latvia)Channel 421

V Sport Golf is a pan-Nordic television channel dedicated to broadcasting golf tournaments and golf-related programmes.

The channel was launched in January 2007 after MTG had acquired many rights for live broadcasting of golf tournaments, such as the US PGA Tour, the PGA European Tour, the European Challenge Tour, the European Seniors Tour, the Scandinavian Masters, the Sunshine Tour, the Ryder Cup, the World Golf Championships, the Seve Trophy, the Australasian Tour and the Southern Africa Tour. [1] Viasat Golf took the space that had been used for Viasat Sport 24. Golf tournaments that had been aired on Viasat Sport 1 and SportN were moved to Viasat Golf.

First Viasat Golf logo used 2007-2008 Viasat Golf old logo.png
First Viasat Golf logo used 2007-2008

In 2020, the channel was renamed V Sport Golf.

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