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May 26, 2021 by Bennett Wineka in Preview with 0 comments
The PDGA National Tour will be taking an extended summer break after the 2021 Santa Cruz Masters Cup, and the event also already reverted to playing every round at DeLaveaga Disc Golf Course, removing the municipal golf course it has played for final rounds over the past couple of events due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Over the offseason, the PDGA signed a deal to livestream six NTs, PDGA Pro Worlds, and the US Women’s Disc Golf Championship on the Disc Golf Network. DeLa, however, does not provide enough service to successfully livestream on site.
What is the schedule of live video streams for the 2021 Santa Cruz Masters Cup?
There will not be any live round coverage of the Masters Cup. The Disc Golf Pro Tour will livestream a press conference with players on Thursday, May 27 on its YouTube channel.
Is there any free coverage of the Masters Cup?
JomezPro, Central Coast Disc Golf, GK Pro, and Gatekeeper Media will have next-day round coverage on YouTube for free.
JomezPro will cover MPO Lead Card. Round 1 coverage will feature Paul McBeth, Ricky Wysocki, Garrett Gurthie, and Sean Brookman.
Central Coast Disc Golf will cover FPO Lead Card. Round 1 coverage will feature Paige Pierce, Catrina Allen, Juliana Korver, and Danielle Kleidon.
Gatekeeper Media will cover MPO Chase Card. Round 1 will feature Nate Sexton, Calvin Heimburg, Matt Bell, and Gregg Barsby.
GK Pro will cover MPO Second Chase Card. Round 1 will feature Drew Gibson, Anthony Barela, James Proctor, and Jeremy Koling.
Is there a Masters Cup press conference?
A press conference will be streamed Thursday, May 27 on the DGPT YouTube channel.