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U.S. Open 2018 – Golf – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports US Open

U.S. Open 2018 – Golf – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports US Open

The second men’s golf major of the year will take place this weekend (14-17 June) at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Shinnecock Hills, New York.

This will be the 118th U.S. Open, and the fifth U.S. Open held at this course, which is around ninety miles east of New York City on Long Island.

Brooks Koepka of America emerged victorious last year in Wisconsin, finishing one stroke clear of compatriot Brian Harman and Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama to claim his maiden Major title on a US Open record-equalling 16-under-par.

Sky Sports US Open will broadcast over 40 hours of live coverage and a range of programming dedicated to the star-studded event at Shinnecock Hills.

Viewers can also follow the coverage on the move via SkyGo, while non-Sky subscribers can keep up with Sky Sports Golf coverage via a contract-free NOW TV Pass.

Live TV Schedule

Wednesday – 8pm to 9pm – On the Range show LIVE

Thursday – 1pm to 12.30am – First round LIVE

Friday – 1pm to 12.30am – Second round LIVE

Saturday 4.30pm to 12.30am – Third round LIVE

Sunday 4.30pm to midnight – Final round LIVE

Updated: Wednesday 13 June 2018

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