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How to watch US Open golf TV coverage and live stream in Australia

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156 of the world's best golfers are gearing up for the 123rd US Open golf Championship and you can watch them go around the greens live.

In the lead up to the even though, there was the big news that the PGA tour and LIV Golf tour will merge. LIV players will be present at the tournament as they were last year, including Brooks Koepka, who just won the last major, the US PGA Championship. Last year's US Open champion, Matt Fitzpatrick, will also be back to defend his crown.

The Australian contingent for the US Open will feature the country's top-ranked golfer Cameron Smith (number 9), along with Jason Day, Adam Scott, Lucas Herbert, Min Woo Lee, Cam Davis and Karl Vilips.

How to watch the US Open golf live in Australia

This year's US Open golf Championship is live and exclusive to Fox Sports. That means Foxtel Now, Foxtel iQ and Kayo are your only options for watching the tournament.

You can watch the US Open live from 11.40pm on Thursday 15 June, with coverage on every day right through until the final round on the morning of Monday 19 June AEST.

Watch US Open golf live on Foxtel Now

For comprehensive coverage options of the US PGA Championship, you can subscribe to Foxtel Now. It will feature full round coverage as well as featured groups. If you haven't tried it before, Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial. That means you could watch the US Open for free.


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To continue watching golf live, including all 4 majors and various PGA tour events throughout the year, you have to subscribe to the Essentials pack in addition to the Sport pack, which costs $29 a month. You also get to watch entertainment along with sport with that combination of packs.

Foxtel Now is available on PCs and Macs, mobile devices, Chromecast and AirPlay, PS4, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now box.

Instead of streaming via Foxtel Now, you could watch the US Open live with a set-top box on Foxtel iQ. It will also show the same action as Foxtel Now, but it is a more expensive option, with no free trial. To watch the US Open live on Foxtel iQ you will need the Sports HD and Foxtel Plus packs, which totals $100 a month. Again you also get access to entertainment content as well as sport, plus you can watch some content in 4K where available. If you have a Foxtel iQ subscription and don't find yourself in front of your TV and set-top box while the US Open is live, you can also stream with Foxtel GO, which lets you watch on your mobile, tablet or laptop.

Live stream US Open golf on Kayo Sports

If you don't have a Foxtel subscription, you can watch the US Open golf Championship online with Kayo, the streaming service that broadcasts more than 50 sports. New customers can watch all 4 rounds of the US Open and much more for free using their 7-day trial.


Live stream golf in HD with Kayo's FREE TRIAL and no-lock-in contract

Take Kayo Sports for a spin free for 7 days and stream over 50 sports live.

Every round of the US Open will be live streamed, with replays available on demand to watch whenever you want.

You can choose a $25 a month subscription, which allows viewing on only 1 device at a time. Get a $35 a month subscription to watch on 2 screens at the same time or pay $35 a month to enjoy 3 simultaneous streams.

Kayo is available on PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices, Telstra TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, PS4, PS5 and select smart TVs.

The service has special features like SplitView, which lets you watch up to 4 screens at once. That means you could watch multiple feeds at the same time.

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