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The US Open, United States Open Championship, is one of the four major golf tournaments every golf season. The tour, which is part of both the PGA Tour and the European Tour, was established back in 1895 and has been played more or less every year since then. The US Open is regarded as one of the most prestigious golf tournaments and is attracting the world’s best players. Use the US Open TV and live streaming schedule above and find out how you can watch it live. Livesportsontv.com is your guide to golf on TV and live streaming, delivering the latest and most accurate broadcasting information.

US Open – History and Tournament Info


The US Open is one of the longest serving tours with more than 125 years to its name. It is part of both the PGA Tour and the European Tour, while it’s also one of the four major golf tournaments during the year. The other three are the Masters Tournament, the Open Championship and the PGA Championship.
This year’s event will be the 121st edition of the US Open. Only a few players have managed win the US Open multiple times. Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus are the only ones to have been crowned US Open champions four times. Rory McIlroy holds the record for the best score, 268, while he shares the record for the best score to par along with Brooks Koepka, -16.
The tournament is usually held in June and last year was the first time ever that the event took place in September. The US Open is played on a different court every year and is seen as one of the hardest golf tournaments to win during the whole season, hence the hefty prize pool of $12.5 million.
The US Open consists of four rounds, normally played from Thursday to Sunday. After two rounds, 36 holes of play, there’s a cut and the top 60 players plus tie will continue playing the final two rounds. The length of the course varies between the years, though the 2021 year’s edition will measure 7698 yards.

Qualification


There is a total of 156 players participating in the US Open. All professional golf players are able to qualify for the US Open along with any amateur player with a USGA handicap lower than 1.4. Around half of the players playing in the US Open qualifies through a number of different qualifying categories. Examples of these categories are the previous 10 winners of the US Open, winner of the last three Players Championship and winner of the last U.S. Senior Open. The strict qualification categories assures that the US Open is a golf tournament where only the best golf players are competing.

US Open 2021 Predictions


If there’s anything we have learnt from the two previous majors this year, it’s how unpredictable golf on this level can be. Mickelson and Hideki have showed that even the underdogs have a good chance of winning the most prestigious tournaments. It came as a surprise for most golf enthusiasts when Phil Mickelson managed to get his hands on his second ever PGA Championship earlier this season.
If you’re looking for a predicted favorite to place your money on any of Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy would be a good shot. The trio is believed to have a good chance of fighting for the top spots when the US Open begins on June 17th. Rory McIlroy has won the tournament twice and would join an exclusive group of players if he manages to win the US Open for a third time.
Last year’s champion, DeChambeau, has been solid on the tour this season but according to the bookmakers he will find it difficult recreating the success from last September. Anyone searching for a potential longshot with a huge payout, the Norwegian Viktor Hovland could be worth a try. Hovland has been promising on the tour and could be facing a potential breakthrough later in June as the US Open begins.

Previous Champions
2020 – Bryson DeChambeau, 274 (-6)
2019 – Gary Woodland, 271 (-13)
2018 – Brooks Koepka, 281 (+1)
2017 – Brooks Koepka, 272 (-16)
2016 – Dustin Johnson, 276 (-4)

Most Championship Wins
1. Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus – 4 times
2. Hale Irwin, Tiger Woods – 3 times

Upcoming US Open events
2021 – Torry Pines Golf Course (La Jolla, California)
2022 – The Country Club (Brookline, Massachusetts)
2023 – Los Angeles Country Club (Los Angeles, California)
2024 – Pinehurst Resort (Pinehurst, North California)
2025 – Oakmont Country Club (Plum, Pennsylvania)

Watch the US Open on TV & Live Streaming


Last year’s US Open was the first that was covered by NBC after Fox decided to pull out of their 12-year-deal. The deal was originally worth around $1 billion but due to last year’s postponed tournament Fox decided to opt out. NBC will be taking over the remaining 7 years of the contract which means you’ll be able to watch the US Open live on NBC until 2026.
If you’re watching from Canada, you will instead have to tune in TSN. The major Canadian sports broadcaster will be covering the whole tournament, both men’s and women’s edition.
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Please find the complete TV schedule for each of the broadcasting networks below.

NBC TV-Schedule

TSN TV-Schedule

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