Find everything you need to know in order to catch every second of the U.S. Open tournament. This includes TV channels airing it, but it also includes streaming options for the busy remote-folk out there, as well as highlight video resources.
TV Viewing Options
FOX, Golf Channel, FS1
FOX has the rights to broadcast the U.S Open Tournament, the options are somewhat limited, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing, just look at it as a concentrated set of viewing options, especially since we are in the day of having too many options. Accessing some these options depend on your cable subscription.
Golf Channel is another viable source. Not only will you have access to the schedule, but you will find a full tournament breakdown of statistics, schedule, air times, and players.
FS1 is another cable-based option. There you will find the live broadcast for the the tournament, as well as news coverage and commentary. FS1 is typically included in most cable packages. Specific rounds and tee times can be found on the FS1 site as well.
For those of you without a cable subscription, do not despair. FOX will also be providing live coverage of the tournament online and on standard TV.
Another source for tournament info can be found at the U.S Open's page. There you'll find tee times, player info, highlights, as well as a complete map of the course.
- Fox Sports Go, Golf Channel, Sling TV, Direct TV with Apple TV, Hulu Live TV
When it comes down to streaming, either because there isn't a TV available, or you're on-the-go, there are plenty of ways to catch the tournament.
Foxsports.com gives you the option to stream the tournament live . Or for those with mobile devices, you can download the app for Fox Sports Go , which is also viable choice. Using your cable provider login, you can watch the U.S Open on your computer or mobile device. The app can used to stream from a number of devices such as,
Golf Channel is another way to stream the tournament online. It is accessed through your cable provider information, as well.
SlingTV is a great source if neither of the above options are available, is a subscription-based streaming service. It too will be streaming the U.S Open. By choosing their 7 day trial, you'll definitely have enough time to watch the whole tournament.
DirecTV with AppleTV. For those that have an Apple TV, you can stream the tournament through this device with a monthly subscription.
Hulu Live TV gives you access to a streaming library much like Netflix. You can stream live sports via Hulu on a number of different devices, such as Playstation, smart TVs, mobile phones and PC. Hulu Live TV will be airing the US Open on their official broadcasting channels. It also has a free 7 day trial for newcomers.
- USGA, Golfing World, Fox Sports
Youtube is a good source for catching up on highlights you may have missed. Also, you'll have access to behind the scenes stuff you wouldn't normally see broadcast. USGA's channel is a good start, as well as that of Golfing World and Fox Sports.