US Open 2019 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports Golf

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US Open 2019 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports Golf
Updated on Thursday 13 June 2019 by @TVNewsroom

The 2019 Golf season continues this week as the third major of the year, The US Open, takes place at Pebble Beach.

Sky Sports will broadcast more than 40 hours of live coverage from across the four days from Thursday 13th June to Sunday 16th June.

Featured group coverage will cover the early action and morning marquee groups for the opening two rounds, getting underway from 3.45pm on Sky Sports Golf.

Full coverage begins at 8pm on Thursday and Friday – before starting at 7pm for the final two rounds – and the action will be followed through to close of play.

Nick Dougherty and Sarah Stirk will host the live coverage throughout the week, with former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley and 2002 PGA champion Rich Beem part of our expert team, alongside Ewen Murray, Rob Lee and Wayne Riley.

Sky Sports Golf is also available on Sky Go, while non-Sky subscribers can keep up with the extensive Sky Sports Golf coverage via a contract-free NOW TV day pass.

TV Schedule

Thursday 13th June 2019

3.45pm to 8pm – Featured Groups LIVE!
8pm to 3.30am – US Open LIVE!

Friday 14th June 2019

3.45pm to 8pm – Featured Groups LIVE!
8pm to 3.30am – US Open LIVE!

Saturday 15th June 2019

7pm to 3am – US Open LIVE!

Sunday 16th June 2019

7pm to 3am – US Open LIVE!

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