How to Watch the 2021 US Open Live Stream: Tee times, channel, streaming, and more




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Father’s Day is quickly approaching and after getting dad the perfect gift, you can enjoy the 121st U.S. Open together. Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, California will host the event that will feature 156 players, however, the top 60 will make the cut. They will be vying for a chance of the $12.5 million purse with the winner’s share of $2.25 million.

Bryson DeChambeau won the 2020 U.S. Open and will be looking to defend his title against a field of competitors. Phil Mickelson will be one golfer to keep your eye on as he’s 0-for-29 at the U.S. Open. The U.S. Open is the only major that the future Hall of Famer has not won at and it would be a storybook ending if Lefty wins this year in his hometown of San Diego.

There will be a limited number of spectators allowed at Torrey Pines Golf Course for this year’s event. Find out how to watch every single moment of the 2021 U.S. Open below.

Start Times and Channels

*All times Eastern

How to watch the 2021 U.S. Open?

The best part of cord cutting is that you can cancel at any time, as there aren’t any long term commitments like cable or satellite. Oftentimes, streaming providers offer free trials so you can test the service out during an event like the 2021 U.S. Open before your account is charged. 

Below you can check and see if your streaming provider offers the 2021 U.S. Open.

Watch the U.S. Open on Sling TV

Starting at $46/mo., subscribers of Sling Blue with Sports Extra can watch all of the U.S. Open coverage on NBC, and Golf Channel.

Sign up for Sling TV

Watch the U.S. Open on Hulu + Live TV

For as low as $64.99, Hulu + Live TV is the perfect place to watch the 2021 U.S. Open as it includes NBC, Golf Channel, and more than 70 other channels. The streaming platform also includes DVR.

Sign up for Hulu + Live TV

Watch the U.S. Open on fuboTV

The world’s largest sports-oriented streaming service fuboTV includes NBC and Golf Channel in its Family plan for only $64.99/mo. With over 110 channels, and DVR, fuboTV is one of the best values out there.

Sign up for fuboTV

Watch the U.S. Open on Peacock

NBC’s streaming services Peacock gives subscribers a few choices when it comes to streaming all of the action at Torrey Pines. Peacock Free is ad-supported but there’s no credit card required and users can watch all four days of the U.S. Open Live. Upgrade to Peacock Premium to watch all of the Golf Channel coverage for only $4.99/mo.

Watch the U.S. Open on AT&T TV

For $95/mo., the Ultimate package provided by AT&T TV includes NBC, and Golf Channel. On top of DVR, AT&TV Ultimate includes a one-year subscription to HBO Max along with over 130 channels, so there’s something for everyone.

Watch the U.S. Open on YouTube TV

For $64.99/mo., YouTube TV offers a complete package to watch all of the action live from San Diego. NBC and Golf Channel are included along with 80 other channels, plus DVR, so you can record your favorite moments

Other ways to watch

Cord cutters who are not subscribers to a live TV streaming provider can also watch some of the U.S. Open on their local NBC affiliate. By using a digital antenna or an online service like Locast, you can watch primetime coverage on NBC for no additional charge.

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