Two free ways to watch the new Tiger Woods HBO doco in Australia [Updated]
He's one of the most talented – and polarising – figures in professional sport. Now there's a new two-part doco on his life, simply called Tiger.
Tiger Woods rocketed into legendary status almost as soon as he joined the professional golfing circuit in 1996. He began accumulating records at an extraordinary rate and is considered among the best golfers of all time.
The American also became almost as well known for some scandals off the course as for his exploits on it. The revelations of extramarital affairs led to a stunning fall from grace as well as the classic sporting comeback. It's all covered in HBO's new two-part series Tiger.
When is Tiger available in Australia?
The opening episode of this series dropped at 1pm AEDT on Monday 11 January. The second and final episode is then available at the same time the following week, Monday 18 January.
How to watch the Tiger Woods doco in Australia
You have a range of options for watching this mix of sports and drama in Australia including BINGE, Foxtel Now and Foxtel. Of those BINGE is by far the best and cheapest option, you can see why in its head to head battle with Foxtel.
For those that got in early to watch Tiger, you may have noticed that it was also available to watch on Kayo Sports the day of its release. However, that's no longer the case and it has been pulled from Kayo. For now it's exclusive to BINGE and Foxtel.
Stream Tiger Woods documentary on BINGE
BINGE is a streaming service that gives you access to a range of great programming including HBO, Warner Bros, NBC, BBC and more. It houses popular titles like Nicole Kidman's latest project, The Undoing, as well as The Act, Small Axe and Euphoria. You can see every show available on BINGE here.
Watch Tiger on Foxtel Now
Foxtel Now is the pay TV giant's digital streaming service. The Fox Showcase channel is included in the bas Essentials pack which costs $25 per month.
We updated this guide on 12 January 2021 with new broadcast information.
Image: Kayo Sports