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How to watch the golf championship, TV schedule, tee times and live updates

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 13: Matt Fitzpatrick of Great Britain hits a shot during the practice rounds before the 123rd US Open Championship at the Los Angeles Country Club on June 13, 2023 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo credit: Andrew Reddington/Getty Images)

It’s tea time for the third round of the US Open. This week, the North Course of the Los Angeles Country Club will host some of golf’s biggest names, including defending champion Matt Fitzpatrick, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy and Scotty Schaeffler. This year’s tournament comes at a controversial time for the PGA. The PGA recently announced its decision to merge with Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf to create a new golf league. The new golf entity, which will be funded by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, has already drawn criticism from athletes, golf fans and even the US Senate. There is no doubt that there will be tension on the greens at this year’s US Open.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch all the action at the 2023 US Open this Saturday, including channels, streaming info, tournament schedules, tee times, odds and where to buy last-minute tickets.

Where to watch the US Open

  • The best way to watch NBC and USA networks

    Sling TV Blue

date: June 15-18, 2023

position: Los Angeles Country Club North Course

tv set: NBC, united network

Streaming: peacock, sling tv

What channels will the US Open be broadcast on?

The 123rd US Open Golf Championship will be broadcast on NBC and USA Networks and streamed on Peacock. Coverage he splits between two channels and a streaming platform. You can check the exact coverage schedule below.

How to Watch the US Open Golf Championship Without Cable

(Photo: Peacock)

Peacock subscriptions start at just $5 a month and are the easiest way to stream live sports and events on NBC, including this year’s PGA Tour US Open. You also have access to thousands of hours of shows and movies, including popular sitcoms such as: parks and recreation and office In recent theatrical releases, cocaine bear and Cat in Boots: Last Wish. For $10 a month, you can upgrade to an ad-free subscription that includes live access to local NBC channels (not just during select sports and events) and the ability to download selected titles for offline viewing .

$5 for Peacock

(Photo: Sling)

Sling TV’s Blue tier starts at just $22.50 for the first month and offers NBC and USA plus 40 other channels in select markets. Your Sling subscription also includes 50 hours of free DVR storage, so you can record tournaments whenever you’re worried about missing a PGA TOUR US Open match.

$23 for a sling

Live updates for Saturday’s US Open:

US Open schedule

Here’s a breakdown of when and where you can watch this year’s US Open coverage:

Thursday, June 15 (all Eastern Time)

Round 1:

Friday, June 16th

Round 2:

Saturday, June 17th

Round 3:

Sunday, June 18th

Round 4:

Tea times for Round 3 US Open:

Tee times are listed on Eastern. See Yahoo Sports coverage for more information on tee times.

Tee No.1

12:33pm – Ryan Fox

12:44pm – Adam Hadwin, Jon Rahm

12:55pm – Tommy Fleetwood, Shane Lowry

1:06pm – Ryo Ishikawa, David Puig

1:17pm – Sebastian Muñoz, Ben Kerr (a)

1:28pm – Patrick Cantlay, Russell Henry

1:39pm – Cameron Young, Padraig Harrington

1:50pm – Abraham Unser, Aldrich Pogeter (a)

2:01 pm – Maxwell Moldova (a), Sam Stevens

2:17pm – Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia

2:28pm – Tyrrell Hutton, Kevin Strielman

2:39pm – Adam Svenson, Jordan Smith

2:50pm – Jacob Solomon, Hideki Matsuyama

3:01 pm – Matt Fitzpatrick, Tom Kim

3:12 pm – Colin Morikawa, Gordon Sargent (a)

15:23 – Patrick Rogers, Yuto Katsuragawa

3:34 p.m. – Mackenzie Hughes, Brooks Koepka

3:45pm – Billy Horschel, Sahith Siegala

4:01pm – Joaquin Niemann, Victor Hovland

4:12pm – Siu Kim, Bryson DeChambeau

4:23pm – Ryan Gerard, Keith Mitchell

4:34pm – Sam Burns, Austin Ekrot

4:45pm – Andrew Putnam, Eric Cole

4:56 p.m. – Romain Langask, Nick Hardy

5:07 pm – Denny McCarthy, Gary Woodland

5:18pm – Dylan Wu, Ryutaro Nagano

5:29 p.m. – Justin Hsu, Bryan Herman

5:45pm – Charlie Hoffman, Tony Finau

5:56pm – Cameron Smith, Scotty Scheffler

6:07pm – Sam Bennett, Minu Lee

6:18pm – Dustin Johnson, Harris English

6:29pm – Xander Schauffele, Rory McIlroy

6:40pm – Wyndham Clarke, Rickie Fowler

2023 US Open Golf Tickets

Now, you can win a one-week pass to the 2023 US Open starting at $1,630. Day tickets are even cheaper, starting at around $196.

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