The U.S. Open golf tournament is the second of the four major championships in golf. In 2019, this tournament will take place at Pebble Beach Golf Links, a famous, public golf course located along the California coast. The tournament starts on June 13th and run until June 16th, with the first round being played on Thursday. There are several questions looming in this open, and it is sure to be exciting. Find out the answers by watching the U.S. Open from anywhere in the world with a VPN.
How to Watch the US Open from Anywhere
The US Open will take place between June 13 and June 16. To watch the tournament:
- Sign up for ExpressVPN (includes a 30 day risk-free money-back guarantee)
- Download and install the ExpressVPN app on your device
- Connect to a VPN server in the U.S.
- Head to YouTube TV, Hulu, Sling TV, or fuboTV and sign up
- Enjoy the tournament
The Pebble Beach Golf Links opened in 1919. That means that the course will be celebrating it’s centennial this year. It is now the most famous courses in the United States. In 2001 it became the first public course to be ranked #1 in America by Golf Digest. The course has hosted the US Open several times, starting in 1972. This will be the sixth time the tournament has taken place there. The US Amateur Championship has also been held at Pebble Beach several times.
As for the US Open, the tournament was first played in 1895 on a 9-hole course in Rhode island. Since then the event has been dominated by American golfers. Jack Nicklaus, Beg Hogan, and Bobby Jones lead the way with four wins each. Brooks Koepka has won the US Open the last two years. Will he make it three in a row or will his run end this year?
Here is a list of viewing times and channels
- June 13th – 12 on Fox Sports 1 with continuing coverage until 10 on Fox
- June 14th – 12
on Fox Sports 1 with continuing coverage until 10 on Fox
- June 15th –
- June 16th –
There is also a simulcast on Fox Sports Go from 12:30 EDT to 7:30 pm EDT on June 13-14, and 12:00 pm EDT to 10:00 pm EDT on June 15-16. If you plan on traveling outside of the US during those 4 days, I would suggest using a VPN. Since Fox’s access is based on IP address, you may be blocked without one, even on Fox Sports Go. You will need a cable or satellite login to watch Fox Sports Go. You can also watch streaming coverage of the US Open on the USGA.org website. It won’t require a login but will likely be limited to US IP addresses so connect to a VPN server in the US.
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