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US OPEN | CHAMBERS BAY

With 39 hours of live action from Chambers Bay this week and a further 33 hours worth of highlights, if you’re a Sky Sports subscriber it’s going to be pretty hard to miss any of the 115th US Open!


Subscribers are in for a feast of golf at the stunning Pacific Northwest venue but if you’re keen on watching the whole thing, then you better have your late night snacks at the ready as it’s going to be a late one.

With Chambers Bay eight hours behind UK time, don’t expect the final day’s play to be finished any time before 3am on Monday morning – at least according to Sky Sports’ TV schedule that is – so it’d be worth letting your boss know you might be a bit weary first thing!

Here's the full Sky Sports TV schedule for the tournament, with all of the action being aired on Sky Sports 4.

Thursday

4.30pm-4am: Live US Open golf

Friday

8am-11am: Day one highlights
1pm-4pm: Day one highlights
4.30am-4am: Live US Open golf

Saturday

8am-11am: Day two highlights
12.30pm-3.30pm: Day two highlights
7pm-3am: Live US Open golf

Sunday

8am-11am: Day three highlights
12pm-3pm: Day three highlights
4pm-7pm: Day three highlights
7pm-3am: Live US Open golf

Monday

8am-11am: Day four highlights
12pm-3pm: Day four highlights
5pm-8pm: Day four highlights
9pm-12am: Day four highlights

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