Live Sport in The Clubhouse this weekend

Live Sport in The Clubhouse this weekend


The British Masters

The British Masters, The Premier League Title Race and Rugby's Champions Cup Final.

After the two days of football we’ve had, why not follow it with the conclusion of the Premier League title race and some Football League playoffs? The Champions Cup final between Europe’s two best teams takes place – and there’s the British Master’s Golf hosted by Tommy Fleetwood. It’s the weekend sports preview.

European Tour Golf

The British Masters

SkySports Golf, Thursday-Sunday from 10.30am

It may be slightly overshadowed by the exciting Premier League run in, but it's the first big golf tournament of the year in the UK.

Ryder Cup hero Tommy Fleetwood hosts the event in his home town of Stockport, with many of the field tuning up for the year’s second major next week.

The new season means the PGA Championship takes place in May, and also means the next three months is wall-to-wall quality golf, including The Open and the US Open.

Along with Fleetwood, Matt Wallace, Tyrell Hatton, and defending champion Eddie Pepperell lead the field

Premier League Football

Liverpool v Wolves and Brighton v Manchester City

Sky Sports, Sunday 3pm

Liverpool or Manchester City? City have a one point lead going into the final day, and I’m not sure many sane people would back against them when they travel to Brighton. But as we’ve seen in the last couple of days, football can throw up some pretty unexpected results.
Liverpool for their part need to beat Wolves, who have remarkably taken more points off the top six than against relegated sides this season. Will Brighton, after a poor season, be giving it everything for a shot at redemption in front of their home fans? 

Rubgy Champions Cup Final

Leinster v Saracens

Channel 4, Saturday 5pm

A couple of brilliant things about this years Champions Cup final before you even talk about the game.

The venue is St. James Park, home of Newcastle Football Club – what a spectacular place to hold both European finals (Challenge Cup Final BT Sport 2 8pm). Second it’s on free-to-air TV.

How often is it you actually get two teams competing in a final who most pundits would have pencilled in to get there in their start of season predictions?

Saracens are the best teams in Europe with mouth watering match ups across the field. Ryan v Itoje, Sexton v Farrell, Vunipola v Furlong, just to name a few.

It might not be especially free flowing as a contest, but sometimes the beauty can be in the brutality. A contest to be savoured.


Matches will be shown live on the big screen in the Main Lounge, and in the 19th Hole.