British Open 2021: How To Watch The Open Championship At Royal St. George’s On TV And Stream Online | Golf News and Tour Information



Insomniacs and early risers rejoice. The Open Championship is the perfect major for you. And NBC Sports has no shortage of Royal St. George’s golf coverage for the 149th Open.

With a five-hour time difference between England and the US East Coast, coverage will begin early for US viewers (or dark and late for those on the West Coast). By combining shows on Peacock, Golf Channel and NBC, viewers will be treated to nearly 50 hours of live championship coverage, from the opening tee shots each day to the final putts.

In addition to the “traditional” tournament action, coverage of featured groups and holes during the four days of competition will bring the total number of golf hours to over 150.

Below is the list of live TV schedule and alternative coverage schedule offered by various online streaming services.

TV schedule (every hour ET)

Thursday July 15th
1h30-4h, Peacock (streaming)
4 am-3pm, Golf Channel
3 pm-4pm, Peacock

Friday July 16
1h30-4h, Peacock (streaming)
4 am-3pm, Golf Channel
3 pm-4pm, Peacock

Saturday July 17th
5-7 a.m., Golf Channel (broadcast on Peacock)
7 am-3pm, NBC

Sunday July 18
4-7 a.m., Golf Channel (streaming on Peacock)
7 am-2pm, NBC

Live Streaming Guide (Every ET Hour)

Shown on Peacock, NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app

Thursday July 15th
TBD, Featured Group 1 (AM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (AM)
TBD, featured holes
TBD, Featured Group 1 (PM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (PM)

Friday July 16
TBD, Featured Group 1 (AM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (AM)
TBD, featured holes
TBD, Featured Group 1 (PM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (PM)

Saturday July 17th
TBD, Featured Group 1 (AM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (AM)
TBD, featured holes
TBD, Featured Group 1 (PM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (PM)

Sunday July 18
TBD, Featured Group 1 (AM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (AM)
TBD, featured holes
TBD, Featured Group 1 (PM)
TBD, Featured Group 2 (PM)

Features Holes: Focus on the players on the field as they play the 14th, 15th and 16th holes at Royal St. George’s (coverage ends after the last group has played No.16).

Play by Play: Dan Hicks, Terry Gannon, Steve Sands

Analyst: Paul Azinger, Justin Léonard, Nick Faldo

Tower: David Feherty, Gary Koch, Peter Jacobsen, Tom Abbott

On race: Jim “Bones” Mackay, John Wood, Karen Stupples, Notah Begay III

Interviews: Todd Lewis, Cara Banks



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