How to watch the US Open on TV

The Brookline Country Club will host the US Open for the first time since 1988.

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The 2022 US Open begins this week at The Country Club in Brookline, the historic club that has previously hosted three US Opens. If you’re hoping to catch all the action on TV, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the US Open on TV.

Where to watch the US Open on TV?

This year’s tournament features two TV presenters from the same family of networks: NBC, the longtime broadcast partner that lost TV rights to the US Open to Fox in 2015 before regaining them in 2020, and USA, which will be broadcasting US Open action for the first time become time.

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The US will provide exclusive early TV coverage of the first, second and final rounds.

NBC will cover Rounds 1 and 2 in the afternoon, exclusive TV coverage of Round 3 on Saturday, and a seven-hour program on Sunday culminating in the crowning of a new champion.

Streaming coverage will also be available online via Peacock and USOpen.com, including coverage of the featured groups and holes each day of the tournament and exclusive early coverage of all four rounds. The full US Open streaming schedule can be found here.

You can browse the full 2022 US Open TV schedule below.

2022 US Open TV Program (ET)

Thursday June 16: 9:30-14:00 (US); 2-5 p.m. (NBC); 5pm-7pm (US)
Friday June 17: 9:30-16:00 (US); 4pm-7pm (NBC)
Saturday June 18: 12pm-8pm (NBC)
Sunday June 19: 10am-12pm (US); 12pm-7pm (NBC)

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