How to Watch US Open 2024: Free Live Streams, Dates, Times, USA TV, Channel

How to Watch US Open 2024: Free Live Streams, Dates, Times, USA TV, Channel The US Open, one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world, is set to return in 2024. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to watch the tournament live, including free live streams, dates, times, USA TV coverage, and the channel to tune into. Dates and Times: The 2024 US Open will take place from June 13th to 16th. The tournament will be held at The Los Angeles Country Club. * First Round: June 13th * Second Round: June 14th * Third Round: June 15th * Final Round: June 16th USA TV Coverage: The US Open will be broadcast live in the United States on NBC and Peacock. * NBC: The final round of the US Open will be televised live on NBC. * Peacock: All four rounds of the tournament will be streamed live on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service. Free Live Streams: FuboTV: FuboTV offers a free 7-day trial that includes Peacock, which will be streaming all four rounds of the US Open live. YouTube TV: YouTube TV also offers a free 2-week trial that includes Peacock. Other Streaming Options: * ESPN+: ESPN+ will be streaming the US Open live for subscribers. * PGA Tour Live: The PGA Tour’s official streaming service will also be providing live coverage of the tournament. Channel: The US Open will be broadcast on the following channel in the United States: * NBC: Channel 4 Additional Information: * The final round of the US Open is typically played on Sunday afternoon. * Coverage of the tournament will include live commentary and analysis from experts. * The US Open is one of four men’s major golf tournaments, along with The Masters, The Open Championship, and the PGA Championship.“`html“`html

The 2024 US Open concludes on Sunday, June 16, 2024 (16/06/24) with the final round of competition at Pinehurst No. 2 in Pinehurst, North Carolina.

HOW TO WATCH: Fans can watch most of the tournament action for free via a trial of fuboTV and DirecTV Stream –– from NBC and USA Network. Select rounds can be viewed on Peacock.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: US Open 2024

When: Thursday June 13, 2024 – Sunday June 16, 2024

Where: Pinehurst No. 2


Sunday June 16

Last round

9am – 12pm (USA Network) (DirecTV Stream, Free Trial)

12:00 PM – 7:00 PM (NBC) (DirecTV Stream, Free Trial)

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Live stream:+fuboTV (free trial)


Here’s a recent AP golf story:

PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — Matthieu Pavon’s confidence had taken a hit in recent weeks after two consecutive missed cuts, a hiccup in what had otherwise been a strong first season on the PGA Tour.

“To be honest,” said the 31-year-old Frenchman, “it wasn’t the highest level so far this season.”

Some extra work on his putting for the U.S. Open changed that trajectory, and on Thursday he became the first player to have multiple eagles (two) in an Open round at the Pinehurst No. 2 course, which was also held in 1999, 2005 and 2014 held. He closed with a 3-under 67, sending him into the clubhouse just two shots behind leader Patrick Cantlay from the morning half of the draw.

It was another highlight in an eventful last year that included becoming the first French player since World War II to win a PGA Tour event when he closed with a birdie at Torrey Pines in January. He missed the cut at last month’s PGA Championship and last week’s Memorial.

“You know you’re going to make mistakes, but the point is to avoid big numbers,” Pavon said. “And of course I made my four best swings of the day on the par 5s and dropped two putts, so that gave me a nice two eagles. It gave me a little bit of freedom today.”

He also played the way he felt, on the Donald Ross-designed course known for its domed greens and sandy areas with native plants instead of the traditional rough course.

The highlights came in the first 10 holes, starting when he hit a 4-iron approach on the fifth from 582 yards and set up an 18-foot putt for the first eagle. After a birdie on No. 8, he struck again on the 10th from 619 yards, using a 3-wood on his second shot to set up a 27-foot putt. Pavon sent the ball rolling smoothly towards the cup before hitting the left lip and falling.

At the time, Pavon was five under and in sole possession of the lead, marking the seventh time a player had two eagles in a US Open round since 2000. Not bad for a man who had only once in three previous appearances scored.

“It’s funny because (eagles) pretty much always come when you don’t really expect them,” Pavon said.

On the other hand, it sounds like he’s done his homework to be ready when the opportunity arises.

Pavon said putting coach Jon Karlsen came to visit him in Florida about two weeks ago for pre-Open work, adjusting their approach to prepare for greens that Pavon described as “faster, sloppier, grainier – nothing that I’ve really experienced in Europe.””

“It’s not really technical,” Pavon said of the adjustments. “It’s more about seeing breaks, because when it goes slower, when you have less break, the ball doesn’t move as much as it does here. Here it is very steep, fast and grainy, so the ball moves quite a lot.”

Consider it part of the learning curve for a player who has made some big leaps in the past year. That included claiming his first European tour victory at the Spanish Open in October, and then capping it off with four consecutive birdies at the DP World Championship in Dubai –– the latter being enough to earn his PGA Tour card.

Now he has the chance this weekend to add to his short resume in the US, highlighted by victory in January and a tie for twelfth at the Masters.

“My play this year is pretty good overall,” Pavon said. “I had a break for a few weeks, but it will happen in a year. Yes, you have things you need to adjust for the PGA Tour. I was, shall we say, not fully prepared for this. The short game really needs to be tighter here. This is where I see the biggest difference.”


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“`How to Watch US Open 2024: Live Streams, Dates, Times, TV Channels The 2024 US Open, the third major championship of the golf season, will take place from June 13-16 at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts. How to Watch Live on TV * In the United States, NBC and Peacock will provide live television coverage of the US Open. * NBC will broadcast the first and fourth rounds, while Peacock will stream all four rounds live. How to Watch Live Online * Live streams of all four rounds will be available on the NBC Sports App and * Peacock subscribers will have access to all four rounds live, while non-subscribers will be able to watch the final round for free. Dates and Times * First Round: June 13, 7:30 AM – 8:30 PM ET (live on NBC) * Second Round: June 14, 2:00 PM – 7:30 PM ET * Third Round: June 15, 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM ET * Final Round: June 16, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM ET (live on NBC) Other Ways to Follow the Action * The USGA website will provide live scoring and updates throughout the tournament. * Social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram will offer live coverage and commentary. * Golf Channel will provide comprehensive pre- and post-round coverage, as well as highlights and analysis.


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