U.S. Open 2019: For the 119th time, the U.S. Open will be contested with the nation’s championship handed out to the victor of a massive field of mostly professionals but some of the top amateurs and qualifiers in the country. And for the first time, the U.S. Open stands as the third major of the golf season now that the PGA Championship has taken place between it and the Masters. There’s a loaded field ready to take on Pebble Beach, and yes, all of your favorites (including Tiger Woods and back-to-back defefnding champion Brooks Koepka) will be competing.
Strap in for all-day coverage of the U.S. Open this week from CBS Sports along with television coverage from Fox over all four days of action. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at Pebble Beach that should produce plenty of exciting action throughout the week. Woods will be looking to win his second major this season after a shocking victory at the 2019 Masters, while Koepka will be looking for back-to-back major wins … and his third straight U.S. Open title. Of course, Phil Mickelson is still hoping to complete the career grand slam and will be making that effort this week at one of his favorite courses.
Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much U.S. Open golf as possible over the next few days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament. Here’s a full set of Round 1 tee times along with our expert picks and predictions for the 2019 U.S. Open.
One of the most iconic golf courses in the world is set to host one of the sport’s most difficult challenges. The U.S Open gets underway Thursday morning in California at the historic Pebble Beach Golf Links where the season’s third major will be settled. Brooks Koepka is poised to further solidify himself as one of the best major tournament golfers of his generation. The two-time defending U.S. Open champion just went wire-to-wire at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black and is positioned as one of the clearcut favorites this week on the West Coast. As is always the case, Tiger Woods will be one of the focal points of the entire weekend. Woods’ play has been up and down in the majors this season. After thrilling the golf world with a win at the Masters, Woods missed the cut last month at the PGA Championship. He’s certainly no stranger to Pebble, though, where he won the U.S. Open in 2000 in an absolute runaway, leaving the field 15 shots in the dust on his way to one of the most dominant wins in major golf history. Here’s how you can watch online. When: Thursday, June 13, 10:45 a.m. ET Live stream: USOpen.com