U.S. Open live coverage: How to watch the 2019 U.S. Open on Sunday

June 16, 2019

Will Gary Woodland snatch his first major? Will Justin Rose continue the masterclass putting performance of the year en route to a win? Will Big Bad Brooks Koepka come from behind and take his third U.S. Open in a row?

It won’t come down to Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson, as many had hoped. Jordan Spieth won’t quite complete his career resurgence just yet, and Dustin Johnson won’t be the king of Pebble. But no matter, there’s plenty of intrigue going into Sunday’s final round of the U.S. Open.

Woodland (11 under) leads Rose by one and a trio of golfers (including Koepka) by four. He will take a lead into Sunday at the U.S. Open, in what is sure to be the most intense round of his life. And it will all go down in primetime.

Here’s how you can watch every minute of the national championship:

2019 U.S. Open Live Coverage for Sunday

TV Schedule
2-10 p.m. ET (FOX)

Online Streaming Schedule
You can watch the 2019 U.S. Open via live stream on multiple platforms, including the U.S. Open app, usopen.com, the Fox Sports app, or on foxsports.com.

Sunday, June 16:
12-9 p.m. ET (Featured groups, usopen.com)
2-9 p.m. ET (Holes 7, 8, 17, usopen.com)
2-10 p.m. ET (Round 4 Fox broadcast on foxsports.com)

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Gary Woodland reads a putt during the third round of the U.S. Open.
Gary Woodland reads a putt during the third round of the U.S. Open.
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