How to Watch the US Open Golf Live Stream (2023)

You don't need a little birdie to tell you how to stream, we're here for you (polite golf claps)

NBC owns the broadcast rights for the US Open. Cable and satellite subscribers can watch a free stream on the official NBC Sports website. Everyone else can live stream through online streaming services like YouTubeTV and Hulu with Live TV.

First Round: June 15, 2023

Final Round: June 18, 2023

Location: Los Angeles Country Club, Los Angeles, CA

Channel: NBC, USA

Stream: NBC, Peacock, USA

Requirements to Watch

To watch the US Open Live Stream through NBC, or a streaming service, you need a high-speed internet connection, a smartphone or a laptop, and a television streaming app.

Watch Live Stream on TV

Cable and satellite television subscribers have the option to watch every moment of the action on NBC or the USA Network, and you can catch the final two rounds on your local station with an antenna. But what if you don't want to spend 45 hours, spread out over four days, stuck in front of your television?

Must Subscribe to Peacock

Peacock is a streaming service that's available to paid subscribers, and you can use it to watch the US Open golf live stream on your computer, phone, tablet, or even game console. The only requirements are that you need a high speed internet connection and a paid subscription.

The Peacock website works on Windows, MacOS, and Linux computers and laptops, as long as you use a web browser like Chrome or Firefox that supports streaming. You don't need to download an app, because you can watch the live stream right on the website.

Stream Over a High-Speed Internet Connection

Instead of watching through a cable connection or satellite dish, these services allow you to stream the live video over a high speed internet connection. These services tend to offer more options, and cost less, than traditional cable television. They also have other benefits, like free trials and no long-term contract commitments.

Since the entire US Open Championship is broadcast on NBC, and USA, it's important to locate a streaming service that carries both channels. A lot of streaming services include both, but availability is based on your geographic area, and some services provide wider coverage than others.

Popular Streaming Services

These are the most popular streaming services that give you access to the US Open golf live stream:

  • YouTube TV: This service includes both FOX and FS1. FOX is available in most markets.
  • Hulu with Live TV: This service gives access to FOX and FS1, and they provide FOX in most markets.
  • Sling TV: Fox and Fox Sports 1 are both included with the Sling Blue and Blue & Orange plans. This is a decent option, but Sling TV only offers Fox in a limited number of markets.
  • fuboTV: This service includes both FOX and FS1. It's also focused on sports channels, so it's a good option if you want decent coverage above and beyond the US Open.
  • DirecTV Now: FOX and FS1 are both included in every plan..

All of these services provide some type of free trial, so pick your favorite and you can start watching the US Open golf live stream for free.

Watch the US Open on Mobile, Streaming Devices, and Consoles

The NBC Sports website is primarily designed to work on laptop and desktop computers. You can use it to live stream the US Open on your Windows, macOS, or Linux computer, but it may not work on your mobile device.

If you want to watch the US Open golf live stream on your phone, tablet, or a streaming device like Roku or Apple TV, you an download the Peacock app on your device.

  • How do I stream all different sports?

    If you subscribe to cable TV, there's a chance a broadcaster's app (Peacock, for example) will allow you to stream as long as you verify you are already paying for Peacock via your cable company. Otherwise, you can sign up (and pay for) dedicated streaming sites. You are probably thinking about ESPN (and good for you, it's way popular for a reason), but there are others. Check out our Best Free Sports Streaming Sites article to see which other services can help you get your game on.

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    Simply put, it's a streaming service. It's not free and there's no free trial, but if you are getting into watching sports, it's one of the best places to check out as they really do cover almost everything. Our article on What Is ESPN+ explains the service in greater detail and even steps you through (with screenshots, even) the signing-up process.

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