How to Follow the US Open

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 10 Jun 2019 | Comments


The U.S. Open is back at Pebble Beach, and there is much to be excited about. Brooks Koepka is seeking an historic hat-trick of titles, while a resurgent Tiger Woods returns to the site of his most dominant victory. Can Phil Mickelson roll back the years and finally secure the national championship that has eluded him?

Storylines aplenty, and you'll be able to follow them closely. Being a west coast major, this is a week for the night owls and insomniacs, with those staying up late able to watch on Sky Sports or listen on BBC Radio 5 Live. 


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Here are the key times to look out for.

TV

Wednesday

  • On the Range, Sky Sports Golf, 8pm

Interviews with players and full preview of the year’s third major.

Thursday

  • Featured Groups, 3pm
  • First Round, Sky Sports Golf, 8pm

The action finally gets under way at Pebble Beach.

Friday

  • Featured Groups, 3pm
  • Second Round, Sky Sports Golf, 8pm

Who will make the cut?

Saturday

  • Third Round, Sky Sports Golf, 7pm

Moving day at Pebble Beach as the contenders try to remain in touch with the leaders.

Sunday

  • Final Round, Sky Sports Golf, 7pm

All the action from the final round. Can Brooks Koepka win for a third year on the trot? Will Tiger Woods win his 16th major? Or will there be a surprise winner?

Radio

Wednesday

  • The Cut, BBC Radio 5 Live, 10pm

Thursday

  • First Round, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, 10pm

Friday

  • Second Round, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, 10pm

Saturday 

  • Third Round, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, 11pm

Sunday

  • Final Round, BBC Radio 5 Live, 10pm

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