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US Open 2018: Start times, how to watch and more

The 2018 US Open will kick off on Thursday, June 14, at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York. I'm going to the finals every Sunday because: A) Father's Day is on the couch to watch that golf is a total change of dad, and B) the course is set up to be the biggest golfer in the world difficult is occasionally fatal and makes a terrible golfer like me feel better about yourself for a moment.

What are the storylines for this, the 118th US Open?

Well, Tiger Woods is playing tournament golf again, which is fun, whether you were for him or against him. It's been a decade since Tiger won his third US Open title, but he looks healthy and is again a threat.

The only major title that Phil Mickelson missed is the US Open, where he finished sixth six times, in 2004 also in Shinnecock Hills. Can Lefty finish his trophy event with a win on Long Island this weekend?

Jordan Spieth won in 201

5 and wants to win a second title. And after Sergio Garcia won the Masters last year, Rickie Fowler is now considered to be the best player who will never win a major, a label he will lose on Sunday in Shinnecock Hills. (Fowler is also the most colorful golfer who can win or not win a Major.)

Learn how to watch the US Open, the toughest golf test.

2018 US Open

  • Round 1: Thursday, June 14
  • Round 2: Friday, June 15
  • Round 3: Saturday, June 16 [19659009] Round 4: Sunday, June 17

Broadcasting TV

The US Open will be broadcast on Fox, which you can access with a cable or satellite subscription, or for free with a digital antenna. We have a few favorable suggestions for the best indoor antennas. You can also watch early coverage of FS1.

Here is the schedule of the four rounds:

  • Thursday: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm ET on FS1; 4: 30-7: 30 ET on Fox
  • Friday: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm ET on FS1; 4: 30-7: 30 pm ET on Fox
  • Saturday: 11 am to 7:30 pm ET on Fox
  • Sunday: 10 am to 7 pm ET on Fox

Online or Streaming

Fox Sports Go and the Fox Sports Go app will have the live stream of each round, but you will need to sign up with a pay-TV account. You'll receive an ad-supported livestream without authentication from usopen.com and the US Open app. If you do not have a pay-TV subscription, you can stream the games live with one of the five live TV streaming services if you live in the right market.

DirecTV Now

DirecTV Now the cheapest, $ 35-a-month live a small package includes Fox and FS1. Click here to check the availability of local live channels in your area.


Fubo costs $ 19.99 in the first month and then $ 44.99 per month, and includes Fox and FS1.

Hulu with live TV

Hulu with live TV costs $ 40 a month and includes Fox and FS1. Check which live channels Hulu offers in your area.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue's $ 40 access plan includes Fox and FS1. Channel listings vary by region so check out which local live networks you get on the PlayStation Vue Plans page.

Sling TV

Sling TV's plan for $ 25 a month includes Fox and FS1. Click here to see if you can get a live Fox feed near you.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is available in dozens of major Metro stores and costs $ 40 a month including Fox and FS1

One Note: In many markets, you can watch on-demand but not live View content from Fox and the other local networks. Therefore, make sure that Fox offers a service in your area prior to transmission. To help you test the waters, each service offers a free seven-day trial.

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