The 143rd Open tees off at England’s second oldest links course, Royal Liverpool, with the world’s best golfers going head to head. 2006 winner Tiger Woods is back from injury that kept him out of the US Open and The Masters and is hoping to bounce back with a win. If you’re wanting to watch The Open 2014 Online live it might be difficult if you are out of the country, but by using Le VPN you can access unrestricted online content anywhere.
In the USA, ESPN holds the exclusive rights to The Open this year, giving viewers the option to watch all action online through ESPN3 online but only if you’re in the USA. If you try to access it abroad, it will be blocked. If you are in the UK you can watch defending champion Phil Mickelson through BBC iPlayer but if you go abroad you won’t be able to access the content. This is due to the regional restrictions enforced by the broadcasters to make sure only residents of that country can access it. If you use Le VPN, a secure VPN service that allow you to choose your own IP address location (USA, UK or wherever you want to access) and watch all your subscription packages anywhere you are in the world as if you were back home. This is particularly useful for those with subscriptions who might find it difficult to keep up with their favourite sports.
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