By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 12/06/18 3:14pm
The waiting is nearly over for the second men’s major of the year, with coverage from the US Open live on Sky Sports.
The world’s top players head to New York for the second men’s major of the year, with extended coverage live on Sky Sports’ dedicated US Open channel.
Sky Sports US Open will bring you over 40 hours of live coverage and a range of programming dedicated to the star-studded event at Shinnecock Hills.
A live On the Range show on Wednesday evening from 8pm will bring you the latest interviews and build-up to the event, while a documentary marking the 10th anniversary of Tiger Woods’ last major victory features in the bumper US Open schedule.
Featured Group coverage will be live from 1pm for the first two days and follow the early marquee groups through their rounds, with Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth set to feature in Thursday’s coverage.
2016 champion Dustin Johnson heads into the event as world No 1
Full live coverage starts at 4.30pm on all four days and is presented by David Livingstone, with our expert commentary and analysis line-up including Luke Donald, Paul McGinley, Butch Harmon, Rich Beem, Ewen Murray and Robert Lee.
Wednesday – 8pm to 9pm – On the Range show LIVE
Live US Open Golf: On the Range
June 13, 2018, 8:00pm
Thursday – 1pm to 12.30am – First round LIVE
Friday – 1pm to 12.30am – Second round LIVE
Live US Open Golf
June 15, 2018, 4:30pm
Saturday 4.30pm to 12.30am – Third round LIVE
Sunday 4.30pm to midnight – Final round LIVE
Woods hasn’t featured at the US Open since 2015
There will be live text commentary and analysis on SkySports.com and mobile apps, with video highlights, post-round interviews and much more exciting content. Sky Sports News will offer highlights and interviews throughout the tournament.
Official films relive some of the iconic US Open memories, with extended highlights available after each day’s play, and these will be available On Demand and online.
Live US Open Golf
June 14, 2018, 4:30pm
Viewers can follow the coverage on the move via SkyGo, while non-Sky subscribers can keep up with the extensive Sky Sports Golf coverage via a contract-free NOW TV Pass.
Don’t miss all the action from the US Open, live throughout the week on Sky Sports US Open