Do More Web & Search How to Watch The US Open Golf Live Stream Shhh! Golf is on! Share Pin Email Print isogood / iStock / Getty Images Plus Web & Search Best of the Web Search Engines Safety & Privacy Running a Website by Jeremy Laukkonen Jeremy Laukkonen is a Seattle-based tech writer and the creator of a popular blog and video game startup. As a writer for trade publications and Lifewire, he has endeavored to break down complex technical subjects so readers of every tech level can understand them. Updated May 10, 2019 PRODUCT DISCLOSURE $ The United States Open Championship, commonly known simply as the US Open, is one of the oldest open national golf championships in the world, officially part of both the PGA Tour and European tour. To watch the US Open Live Stream through FOX Sports, or a streaming service, all you need is a high speed internet connection, a device like a smartphone or laptop, and the right television streaming app. FOX owns the broadcast rights for the US Open in 2019, with plans to air 45 hours of live coverage. Cable and satellite subscribers can watch a free stream on the official FOX Sports website. Everyone else can live stream through online streaming services like YouTubeTV and Hulu with Live TV. The 119th US Open ChampionshipFirst Round: June 13, 2019Final Round: June 16, 2019Location: Pebble BeachStream: FOX Sports GO How to Watch the US Open Golf Live Stream From FOX Cable and satellite television subscribers have the option to watch every moment of the action on FOX and FS1, and you can catch the final two rounds on your local FOX 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? FOX Sports GO is a streaming service that's available to cable 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 your cable subscription needs to include FOX and FS1. The FOX Sports GO 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. Here's how to watch the US Open golf live stream through FOX Sports GO: Navigate to the FOXSportsGO.com website when the US Open Championship is on the air. Locate the card that is labeled US Open, and click it. Click TV PROVIDER SIGN IN. You don't need to sign in with a FOX Sports GO account or social media account, all you have to do is sign in with your TV provider. Select your cable or satellite provider. Log into your cable or satellite account and click Sign In, Log in, or Continue. The login page you see will vary depending on your provider, but you will always have to enter your cable or satellite account email and password to log in. If the US Open golf live stream video doesn't automatically open, return to FOXSportsGO.com and click the US Open card again. What Streaming Services Include the US Open Golf Live Stream? Cord cutters can't use FOX Sports GO, but that doesn't mean they're totally cut off from watching the US Open golf live stream. Instead of using a cable or satellite subscription, cord cutters can watch all of the same action through any television streaming service that includes both FOX and FS1. Live television streaming services allow you to watch the same live television channels that are normally only available through a cable or satellite subscription. In many cases, these services are also able to provide live streams for local network channels like FOX. 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 FOX and FS1, it's important to locate a streaming service that carries both channels. A lot of streaming services include both FOX and FS1, but the availability of FOX is based on your geographic area, and some services provide wider coverage than others. 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. Get a month of Hulu free Sling TV: FOX and FS1 are both included with the Sling Blue plan. This is a decent option, but Sling TV only offers FOX in a limited number of markets. Sign up here for a free trial of Sling TV PlayStation Vue: FOX and FS1 are both included with the least expensive package, but this is still a more expensive option than Sling TV, YouTube TV or Hulu with Live TV. There are also some major markets where Vue doesn't provide FOX.fuboTV: This service includes both FOX and FS1 for about the same price as Vue. It's also focused on sports channels, so it's a good option if you want decent coverage above and beyond the US Open. Try fuboTV free for a week DirecTV Now: FOX and FS1 are both included in every plan, but this is an even more expensive option than Vue. 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. Watching the US Open Golf Live Stream on Mobile, Streaming Device and Consoles The FOX Sports GO 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 need to download the FOX Sports GO app on your device. This option only works for cable and satellite television subscribers. The FOX Sports GO app only allows you to stream live events like the US Open Championship if you are able to provide valid login information for a qualifying cable or satellite television subscription. In some cases, you can also use the login information from a streaming service. If that doesn't work, each streaming service listed in the previous section has its own mobile app. Here are the apps you'll need to watch the US Open golf live stream through Fox: Android: FOX Sports GOiOS: FOX Sports GOAmazon devices: FOX Sports GORoku: FOX Sports GOXbox One: FOX Sports GO Full 2019 US Open Golf Schedule The 119th US Open tees off on June 13 the First Round, and finishes off with the Final Round on June 16. There's plenty of action before that as well, so here's Fox's full US Open schedule for 2019: Date Event Time Channel June 3 US Sectional Qualifying Show 11:00 PM - 12:00 AM ET FS1 June 6 The Herd: Groupings Announcement 12:00 - 3:00 PM ET FS1 June 9 Epics: Tiger Woods 2000 4:30 - 5:30 PM ET FOX June 12 Wednesdays at the US Open 12:30 - 3:00 PM ET FS1 June 13 First Round 12:30 - 7:30 PM ET FS1 7:30 - 10:30 PM ET FOX June 14 Second Round 12:30 - 7:30 PM ET FS1 7:30 - 10:30 PM ET FOX June 15 Third Round 12:00 - 10:00 PM ET FOX 7:00 - 10:00 PM ET FOX Deportes June 16 Final Round 2:00 - 10:00 PM ET FOX 7:00 - 10:00 PM ET FOX Deportes Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Continue Reading Can You Stream World Cup Soccer Without Cable? 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