The Open Championship 2022 | TV-Schedule & Streaming Today

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The stage is set for the oldest and most prestigious golf tournament to enter the Old Course at St Andrews in eastern Scotland. The Open Championship, as it’s commonly known, is the fourth and final major of the year. Watch this year's tournament, starting on 14 July, on Peacock Premium. For as little as $4.99 per month you get full access to the live coverage from the Open Championship.


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Open Championship TV- & Streaming Schedule

Stay up to date with the latest information on when, where and how to watch the Open Championship 2022 live on TV and stream in the US. With you get exact and up-to-date guidance on when the live coverage from the Old Course at St Andrews starts.


Who won the Open Championship 2021?

The Open Championship 2021 was held at the Royals St George’s Golf Club in Sandwich, England. The 2021 tournament was the first since 2019 as the 2020 year’s tournament was canceled due to the pandemic. It was also the first Open Championship at the Royals St George’s Golf Club since 2011 when Darren Clark won.

The winner of the Open Championship 2021 was Collin Morikawa who, thanks to an impressive final round, managed to seal the first place and win his first ever British Open tournament. Despite his relatively young age, Morikawa has with that victory proved himself as one of the best players on the tour and we can surely expect a lot more to come from the American in the coming years.

When is the Open Championship 2022?

The Open Championship 2022 will be held between 14-17 July with plenty of events and happenings taking place prior to the tournament itself as a way of celebrating the tournament’s 150-year long history.

During the first two rounds of the tournament, players will play in groups of three. After two rounds, there will be a cut after which the 70 best ranked players plus ties will proceed to the final two rounds. Round 3 and round 4 will be played in groups of two.

1st Round - 14 July
2nd Round - 15 July
3rd Round - 16 July
4th Round - 17 July

Where is the Open Championship 2022 held?

This year’s Open Championship will be held at what many would say is the home of golf, namely on the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland. The court is believed to have been used for the purpose of golf since the early 15th century and it has had a huge influence on modern golf. The Old Course at St Andrews has a long history and has staged some of the most unforgettable moments of golf there has ever been.

The course is situated in the eastern parts of Scotland and has a length of approximately 6680 meters. The course record holder as of today is Ross Fisher with 61 strokes.

The Old Curse at St Andrews - Course Guide

(1) Burn - 375 yards, par 4
(2) Dyke - 452 yards, par 4
(3) Cartgate out - 398 yards, par 4
(4) Ginger Beer - 480 yards, par 4
(5) Hole O'Cross out - 570 yards, par 5
(6) Heathery out - 414 yards, par 4
(7) High out - 371 yards, par 4
(8) Short - 174 yards, par 3
(9) End - 352 yards, par 4
(10) Bobby Jones - 386 yards, par 4
(11) High in - 174 yards, par 3
(12) Heathery in - 348 yards, par 4
(13) Hole O'Cross in - 465 yards, par 4
(14) Long - 614 yards, par 5
(15) Cartgate in - 455 yards, par 4
(16) Corner of the Dyke - 418, par 4
(17) Road - 495 yards, par 4
(18) Tom Morris - 356 yards, par 4

Open Championship 2022 Winner Odds

It’s a star-studded field of players featuring in this year’s Open Championship. All three major champions from the earlier major this year are presented as well as last year’s Open champion, Collin Morikawa. Below are the Open Championship winner odds from BetMGM which gives us a good indication of which players that are worth keeping an extra eye on when the tournament starts on July 14.

Rory McIlroy +1000
Scottie Scheffler +1200
Jon Rahm +1400
Justin Thomas +1400
Collin Morikawa +2000
Matt  Fitzpatrick +2000
Will Zalatoris +2200
Xander Schauffele +2200
Cameron Smith +2500
Jordan Spieth +2500
Patrick Cantlay +2500
Shane Lowry +2500
Dustin Johnson +2800
Hideki Matsuyama +2800
Brooks Koepka +3300
Bryson DeChambeau +3300
Sam Burns +3300
Tyrrell Hatton +3300
Viktor Hovland +3300
Joaquin Niemann +4000

All odds are from BetMGM - Find more Open Championship Future Bets here