The U.S. Open is heading back to Oakmont Country Club
The 116th U.S. Open Championship will take place at the Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania, for the 9th time.
The sloping, links-style course is known for having few trees and fewer water traps. Greens undulate wildly, and par is only 70. It’s going to be another tough and tight U.S. Open.
There are many different broadcasters showing the U.S. Open this year. Here are just a few.
Watch the U.S. Open Live on Fox Sports Go (USA)
In North America, Fox Sports is showing the 2016 U.S. Open golf. Cable and satellite subscribers stream it live via the Fox Sports Go website and apps.
Here’s how to watch it with a VPN:
- Connect to a US or Canadian ExpressVPN server.
- Visit www.foxsports.com/foxsportsgo or open the app, and sign in with your TV provider.
- Enjoy the golf.
See the whole U.S. Open live on Sky Sports (UK)
British Sky Sports is showing the whole tournament live, and you can stream it via the web or Sky Go apps.
Here’s how you can watch in three easy steps:
- Connect to a UK ExpressVPN server.
- Go to www.skysports.com/watch or use the app, then sign in with your subscription or a Now TV pass.
- Start watching.
Event schedule: June 16th-19th, 2016
There are no format changes for the 2016 U.S. Open. It’s a 4-day, 72-hole tournament with a field of 156 of the world’s best players.
First tee times are usually around 11am US Eastern Time on Days 1 and 2, then at 1.30pm on Days 3 and 4. Check listings to see when coverage starts on your chosen stream.
Spieth, McIlroy, Rose… who’s going to win?
So, who’s your pick for the 2016 U.S. Open title?
Current champion Jordan Spieth has spent plenty of time at the top of the world rankings recently — he must be favorite. You can’t count out other recent champs like McIlroy and Rose either. Both are still in good form.
But maybe you have a crazier prediction. If so, share it in the comments!
And if you want to see the championship live, tee up your VPN today!