2022 US Open TV program, coverage, live stream, watch online, channel, golf tee times at The Country Club

The third major in the golf season 2022 came with controversies that swirled behind the scenes. However, the USGA made sure that as little wind as possible was taken out of the sails of the premier event when the 2022 US Open challengers began meeting The Country Club. It is the first time since 1988 that a national champion will be crowned in Brookline, Massachusetts, and some of the best challengers will play at great speed well into the third round.

Masters champion Scottie Scheffler put together one burning effort over other nine Friday to throw oneself into battle. Scheffler aims to become the sixth golfer to win the Masters and US Open in the same season. However, he was not the favorite to start the tournament. Rory McIlroy, who competed hotter than anyone else in the field after defending his title at the RBC Canadian Open, was given that designation.

McIlroy got the most out of his momentum by opening the game at The Country Club with 67, and after a tough start Friday with a double bogey on par-4 third, he scored a birdie on three of his last seven holes to finish with 69 and sit just one stroke from lead – the same position he went into the day. Should Rory get the job done this weekend, he will take his first major championship since 2014.

Collin Morikawa went out and had the best Friday of all with a 4-under 66 with a bogey-free effort over his last 14 holes of the day to take the lead on 36 holes. Along with him climbed the leaderboard, Jon Rahm, who scored the eagle on the 14th to put in a 3-under 67 and sit one shot behind Morikawa along with McIlroy, Beau Hossler, Aaron WIse and Hayden Buckley.

Meanwhile, the man creates the most headlines goes into the week, Phil Mickelson, missed the cut along with a host of other stars.

While it can be a lot of fun to participate in the US Open, just being able to watch golf on the game’s most beautiful stages is an incredible treat every year. We here at CBSSports.com are excited to give you wall-to-wall coverage of the US Open all week.

Enough talk about that. This is how you can watch as much US Open as possible during the week. Be sure to stick to CBS Sports for live coverage during round 3 through this year’s third major.

All times eastern

Round 3 – Saturday 18 June

Start time for round 3: 10.00

US Open Live: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  • Round 3 coverage – 10 a.m. to noon at Peacock
  • Selected groups – at 11.00 on USOpen.com, the US Open mobile app
  • Selected holes (11-13) – 12.00 on USOpen.com, the US Open mobile app

TV coverage: 12-20 on NBC, fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 4 – Sunday 19 June

Start time for round 4: 09.00

US Open Live: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Round 4 coverage – 9-10 am at Peacock
  • Selected groups – at 10.00 on USOpen.com, the US Open mobile app
  • Selected holes (11-13) – kl. 11 on USOpen.com, the US Open mobile app

Early TV coverage: 10.00 to 12.00 on USA Network, fuboTV (Try for free)
TV coverage:
12-19 on NBC, fuboTV (try for free)