|Launched||January 1, 2019|
|Owned by||Discovery Golf|
|Broadcast area||International excluding United States|
In June 2018, Discovery Inc. and the PGA Tour agreed to a US$2 billion, 12-year deal for its media rights outside of the United States. Discovery stated that it planned to establish an international streaming service devoted to these rights. In October 2018, Discovery officially announced that the service would be known as GolfTV, and would launch in 2019. GolfTV officially launched on 1 January 2019, with PGA Tour events available for users in Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia and Spain. The rights will expand as existing deals with international broadcasters lapse, beginning with Poland and South Korea in 2020, Belgium, China, Germany and South Africa in 2021, Denmark, Finland, India, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom in 2022, and France in 2024. In October 2018, Discovery formed its Discovery Golf division by naming Eurosport executive vice president Alex Kaplan as president and general manager of the division and named the service GolfTV, which would replace PGA Tour Live international.
In November 2018, GolfTV announced that it had signed Tiger Woods as a content partner under a multi-year deal. This includes an instructional video series, and a series of events featuring Woods, inspired heavily by his 2018 event The Match: Tiger vs. Phil. The first of these, The Challenge: Japan Skins, will be held 21 October 2019 in Japan, and will air in the United States on Golf Channel.
In December 2018, Discovery and the European Tour reached a multi-year rights deal, under which GolfTV would acquire streaming rights to the Tour in various Asian, European, and Latin American markets, including exclusive rights in Italy, Romania, Russia, Spain and Turkey, and digital rights elsewhere. The rights also include the 2020 and 2022 Ryder Cup in selected markets. In Europe, the deal excludes Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.