The world’s best golfers will head to the iconic Winged Foot Golf Course for the 120th edition of the US Open, which will be the first major of the 2020 golf season.
The course is one of the more iconic strips of land in US Golf and is a favourite for most players, so it’ll make for a highly competitive and fascinating contest, and you won’t miss a key moment when watching on at home on your TV or streaming this PGA action live to a mobile device.
2020 US Open PGA TV Preview
The Winged Foot Golf Course in New York has hosted the US Open of Golf on five previous occasions, the most recent being in 2006 when Aussie Geoff Ogivey took the honours. The course will again host the US Open IN 2020, bringing together the best of the best that Golf has to offer. The 72 par course is undoubtedly a challenging one, and the course is celebrated is ranked 8th in Golf Digest’s top 100 US courses of all time.
When: September 18-21, 2020
Where: Winged Foot Golf Club, New York
The man to beat this year has to be Brooks Koepka. The American has won two of the past three tournaments. He is such a massive hitter of the ball, arguably one of the best on the tour with such an aggressive swing, which could well lead to injury troubles later on in his career ala Tiger Woods, but his short game would rival that of any player on the tour.
US Open Golf Live Australian TV Times
|Round 1||Fri 18 Sept||LIVE: 2.00am – 9.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Round 1||Fri 18 Sept||Replay: 2.00pm – 4.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Round 2||Sat 19 Sept||LIVE: 2.00am – 9.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Round 2||Sat 19 Sept||Replay: 3.00pm – 5.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Round 3||Sun 20 Sept||LIVE: 2.00am – 9.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Round 3||Sun 20 Sept||Replay: 6.00pm – 8.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Final Round||Mon 21 Sept||LIVE: 3.00am – 8.00am||Foxtel / Kayo|
|Final Round||Mon 21 Sept||Replay: 2.00pm – 4.00pm||Foxtel / Kayo|
Shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. Due to licensing there is no 2020 US Open free to air provider currently available in Australia. US Open replays available daily on both Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
Watch or Stream the US Open Live
This year’s US Open is not on Free to Air, but Fox Sports 501 (Foxtel/Kayo) will provide the most complete Live TV coverage of this popular PGA event. This includes over 38 hours direct from the course, daily replays for those who find them more convenient and the option to watch US Open Golf online.
Alternatively, if you’re a resident of Australia you can check out the 14 day free Kayo Sports trial which will offer the exact same 2020 US Open programming as Foxtel. With Kayo you can stream the US Open live using select PC and Macs, as well as iOS and Android phones and tablets. Other compatible devices include Apple TV, Telstra TV, and Google Chromecast, as well as browsers such as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with new apps and platforms arriving soon. Kayo Sports will also be streaming every match of the T20 World Cup 2020, or at a time that’s more convenient using the on demand minis option.
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How to Stream the 2020 US Open of Golf in Australia
Not everyone currently has, or wants to take on the cost of a Foxtel or Telstra monthly subscription. So with this consideration in mind, what other choices do you have when it comes to watching the French Open? Let’s take a look at some of the top streaming options available on the Aussie market.
Arguably the gold-standard of the lower-profile streaming device for years now, the Apple TV is popular because it delivers. This tiny box is now in its fifth generation, and has recently added 4K and HDR streaming. You can also download apps just like you would on your phone. And that means almost every major player is supported, including the Kayo Sports streaming service and Foxtel Now.
This amazing little device now comes in two options for streaming video, both with an HDMI connection linking them to your TV. You can choose from the standard or the Ultra Chromecast version – the difference is that the Ultra handles 4K video, which is becoming increasingly available in Australia thanks to Foxtel. Once plugged in and connected to your home Wi-Fi network, the device can be reached by a vast range of apps to stream video, including Kayo Sports and Foxtel Now. While it’s not as seamless as using a dedicated device – it’s still extremely versatile.
Foxtel Now Box
Another increasingly popular streaming device option would be the Foxtel Now Box. Launched over a year ago, it delivers the easiest way to stream Foxtel Now, as well as YouTube and Stan, directly to your TV. There’s no installation required so you can immediately start streaming the French Open and other sport on your TV. Simply plug it in and start watching. Of course, you’ll need to subscribe to Foxtel Now’s Sports pack, which offers access to twelve channels, and all the live action available each and every week.