US Open live stream 2022: how to watch major golf online from anywhere – Round 4 tees off with Fitzpatrick and Zalatoris leading

Phil Mickelson of the United States plays his shot from the sixth tee at the US Open at The Country Club in Brookline
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Could anybody have dreamed of a more beautifully poised final day of the 2022 US Open? Will Zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick, who don’t have a PGA Tour title between them, share the lead on 4-under, but reigning champion Jon Rahm and world No.1 Scottie Scheffler are right on their tails, and having each led the field on a chaotic Saturday, they'll feel like top spot is only under temporary ownership. Another gusty day at Brookline means the leaderboard is only ever one bad decision away from being flipped on its head, so make sure you know how to watch a 2022 US Open live stream online from anywhere in the world, with or without cable and satellite TV.

US Open live stream 2022

Tournament dates: Thursday, June 16 - Sunday, June 19

Start times (Sun): 9am ET / 6am PT / 2pm BST / 11pm AEST

Venue: The Country Club, Brookline, Massachusetts

Live stream: Peacock TV / NBC and USA Network via Sling TV discount or FREE fuboTV trial | TSN (CA) | Sky Sports (UK) | Kayo Sports FREE trial (AU)

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Moving Day certainly lived up to the name, with Xander Schauffele and erstwhile overnight co-leader Collin Morikawa faded spectacularly under tricky conditions to fall out of contention. And they were far from the only ones. Rory McIlroy and Joel Dahmen also struggled to deal with the whipping winds on an afternoon when anything better than a bogey felt like something to build on. 

So it was doubly frustrating when Scheffler eagled the 8th to go 6-under with a two-shot lead, only to drop back to T4 at 2-under. Rahm had a similarly bittersweet round, which started terribly before an immense turnaround saw him surge into the lead, and finally ended with an painful double-bogey on the 18th.

Fitzpatrick endured a nightmare final round at the PGA Championship last month, but will be buoyed by memories of winning the US Amateur championship at the Country Club in 2013. Zalatoris has been consistently brilliant at majors since his breakthrough a year ago, and he won't be short of goodwill from the galleries, having finished on the losing side of the playoff at Southern Hills.

And beyond those four lurk the ominous figures of McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Min Woo Lee. Follow our guide as we explain how to watch a US Open live stream online so that you don't miss a moment from Brookline. We've also listed tee times, leaders, and the latest Brookline weather forecast further down the page.

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2022 US Open TV schedule

The 2022 US Open is being shown across Peacock TV, NBC and USA Network in the US. It's an extremely convoluted broadcast schedule, but the main thing you need to know is the best of the action will air on Peacock and NBC.

(All times ET)

Thursday, Round 1 - live coverage is on Peacock from 6.45am to 9.30am; USA Network from 9.30am to 2pm; Peacock and NBC from 2pm to 5pm; USA Network from 5pm to 7pm; and Peacock from 7pm to 8pm.

Friday, Round 2 - it's on Peacock from 6.45am to 9.30am; USA Network from 9.30am to 4pm; Peacock and NBC from 4pm to 7pm; and Peacock from 7pm to 8pm.

Saturday, Round 3 - it's Peacock from 10am to 12pm; then Peacock and NBC from 12pm to 8pm.

Sunday, Round 4 - live US Open coverage is on Peacock from 9am to 10am; USA Network from 10am to 12pm; and finally Peacock and NBC from 12pm to 7pm. 

How to watch 2022 US Open: live stream golf in the US without cable


The bulk of the 2022 US Open action is being shown on Peacock. It's showing everything that's on NBC - including the vast majority of the weekend's golf - plus plenty more.

Peacock costs $4.99 a month for an ad-supported version of the service that also offers live coverage of every big WWE event, NFL, Premiership Rugby, plus plenty more live sports. You also have the option of paying $10 a month for commercial-free coverage.

Alternatively, OTT streaming service Sling TV is reasonably priced and includes both NBC and USA Network in select markets, as part of its Sling Blue package. The usual cost is $35 a month, but if you're new to the service you can get your first month for half price with its current discount.

Another over-the-top streaming service that includes NBC and USA Network in select markets is FuboTV. It's a much more comprehensive cable replacement, and carries more than 100 channels including Fox, CBS and ESPN.

Prices start at $69.99 a month after a FREE FuboTV trial.

If you subscribe to Peacock, Sling or any other US streaming service and find yourself unable to access coverage because you're out of the country, consider using a VPN as outlined below -we rate ExpressVPN as the best of the best.

How to watch a US Open golf live stream from outside your country

There are loads of easy ways to watch a US Open golf live stream in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and almost anywhere else in the world. Scroll down for a full breakdown of options. That said, if you're abroad right now do note that you’ll need to use a VPN to access your regular streaming service so that you don't get geo-blocked.

A VPN is perfect for this, as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in your country of residence, where you usual streaming services and subscriptions are based. You may be surprised by how easy it is to get started using one, too.

Use a VPN to watch US Open golf online from anywhere

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How to use a VPN to watch the US Open

It's really simple to use a VPN to stream the golf online as described above:

1. Download and install a VPN - we recommend ExpressVPN

2. Connect to the relevant server location - launch the VPN app, click on 'choose location' and select the relevant location for you (i.e. go for US if you're after that Peacock feed)

3. Head to the chosen broadcaster's live stream - so for any Americans who happen to be abroad this week, head to the Peacock TV site or app

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How to watch US Open 2022: live stream in the UK


Golf fans based in the UK can watch the US Open on Sky Sports. Live coverage is available through the Sky Sports Golf channel from Thursday through to Sunday, starting at 1pm BST for Rounds 1 and 2, 4pm for Round 2, and 2pm for Round 4 on Sunday. 

Sky customers with a Sky Sports subscription can also watch the 2022 US Open on the go on mobile devices via the Sky Go streaming service, which has dedicated apps for iOS, iPadOS and Android devices, along with Xbox and PlayStation consoles. If you want to sign up, you can check out our dedicated guide to Sky TV deals and packages for today's best prices.

If you don't fancy being locked in to a long, expensive contract, consider the more flexible streaming option, Now, (formerly Now TV).

Those outside the UK wanting to watch US Open golf coverage like they would at home needn't worry about geo-blockers, either - as they can just pick up an ExpressVPN trial for 30 days and follow the instructions above to safely live stream the action.

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How to live stream US Open golf in Australia


Golf fans Down Under can live stream the 2022 US Open on Fox Sports or Kayo Sports.

Live coverage starts at 8pm AEST for Rounds 1 and 2, 12am for Round 3, and 9pm for Round 4. Just bear in mind that because of the time differences, all of the final day's action takes place on Monday morning! 

You'll need to have a paid subscription to watch on Fox Sports or via a Foxtel subscription. For a cheaper alternative, you can live stream US Open golf online through slick streaming platform Kayo

Newbies can take advantage of a FREE Kayo trial to see if the service is right for them. For those who decide to keep it, Kayo price plans start from a super affordable AUD$25 a month – really good value considering how much premium live sports action it hosts.

Not in Australia? Aussies abroad looking to watch a US Open live stream should find that a good VPN helps them access their home streaming services wherever they are.

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How to watch 2022 US Open: live stream golf in Canada


In Canada, you can watch the 2022 US Open on TSN, with coverage starting at 6.45am ET / 3.45am PT for Rounds 1 and 2, 10am ET / 7am PT for Round 3, and 9am ET / 6am PT for Round 4. 

If you get TSN as part of your cable deal, you'll be able to log in with the details of your provider and get access to a US Open golf live stream. 

If you don't have cable, you can subscribe to TSN on a streaming-only basis from CA$7.99 a day or (much better value) $19.99 a month.

If you decide to subscribe or already have, remember you can take your favorite sports streaming service with you wherever you go - just try our No. 1 overall rated VPN 100% risk-free for 30-days and follow the instructions above.

2022 US Open leaders at start of Round 4

T1 (-4)

Matt Fitzpatrick
Will Zalatoris

3 (-3)

Jon Rahm

T4 (-2)

Scottie Scheffler
Keegan Bradley
Adam Hadwin

T7 (-1)

Rory McIlroy
Joel Dahmen
Sam Burns

10 (E)

Nick Hardy

2022 US Open tee times: Round 4

All times ET

  • 8.49am - Stewart Hagestad, Harris English
  • 9am - Brandon Matthews, Sebastian Soderberg
  • 9.11am - Wil Besseling, Chris Naegel
  • 9.22am - Tyrrell Hatton, Austin Greaser
  • 9.33am - Bryson DeChambeau, Grayson Murray
  • 9.44am - MJ Daffue, Callum Tarren
  • 9.55am - Joaquin Niemann, Max Homa
  • 10.06am - Chris Gotterup, Sam Bennett
  • 10.17am - Patrick Reed, Todd Sinnott
  • 10.28am - Guido Migliozzi, KH Lee
  • 10.44am - Travis Vick, Brooks Koepka
  • 10.55am - Justin Rose, Sam Stevens
  • 11.06am - Joseph Bramlett, Beau Hossler
  • 11.17am - Xander Schauffele, Andrew Putnam
  • 11.28am - Marc Leishman, Mackenzie Hughes
  • 11.39am - Richard Bland, Adam Scott
  • 11.50am - David Lingmerth, Thomas Pieters
  • 12.01pm - Joohyung Kim, Adam Schenk
  • 12.17pm - Justin Thomas, Cameron Tringale
  • 12.28pm - Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay
  • 12.39pm - Collin Morikawa, Patrick Rodgers
  • 12.50pm - Brian Harman, Davis Riley
  • 1.01pm - Hideki Matsuyama, Dustin Johnson
  • 1.12pm - Min Woo Lee, Sebastian Munoz
  • 1.23pm - Hayden Buckley, Aaron Wise
  • 1.34pm - Matthew NeSmith, Seamus Power
  • 1.50pm - Gary Woodland, Denny McCarthy
  • 2.01pm - Nick Hardy, Joel Dahmen
  • 2.12pm - Rory McIlroy, Sam Burns
  • 2.23pm - Scottie Scheffler, Adam Hadwin
  • 2.34pm - Keegan Bradley, Jon Rahm
  • 2.45pm - Matt Fitzpatrick, Will Zalatoris

US Open 2022 dates: when is the US Open being played this year?

The tournament teed off on Thursday, June 16, with the final round set to be played on Sunday, June 19.

US Open 2022: weather forecast for Brookline

The glorious conditions of Thursday feel like a distant memory after Saturday's chaos, and it's set to be another gray and gusty day at Brookline for Round 4 of the 2022 US Open. 

Bostonians woke up to light rain on Sunday morning, but the forecasts suggest that Brookline might just get lucky and avoid the worst of it. 

Why was Phil Mickelson allowed to play at the 2022 US Open?

Phil Mickelson was one of several players who took part in the 2022 US Open despite no longer being a member of the PGA Tour.

Lefty was the highest-profile player to be suspended from the PGA Tour because of his involvement in the Saudi Arabia-funded LIV Golf breakaway tour. 

Others, such as Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen, opted to jump before they could be pushed, resigning their memberships when it became clear they'd no longer be welcome on the PGA Tour.  

However, as the US Open is hosted by the United States Golf Association (USGA), the PGA Tour and the Professional Golfers' Association of America have no say in who gets to compete in the event.

Who won the US Open last year?

Jon Rahm birdied the last two holes at Torrey Pines last year to become the first Spaniard to win the US Open. He pipped Louis Oosthuizen to the post right at the last, with Harris English finishing in third. 

Bryson DeChambeau, the defending champion at the time, had the lead at the midway point of the final round, but self-destructed spectacularly on the back-nine, a pair of bogeys, a double-bogey and a quadruple-bogey sending him all the way down to 26th.

Is Tiger Woods playing in the US Open this year?

With the LIV Golf fallout currently the biggest storyline in golf, Tiger Woods' status took a distant back seat in the lead-up to the 2022 US Open.

In an announcement earlier this month, the three-time US Open winner announced that he would not take part in this year's tournament, as he needs time off to continue his recovery from a life-threatening car crash last year.

Not only did Woods compete at the Masters in April and the PGA Championship in May, but he made the cut at both. However, he opted out of the latter stages of the PGA Championship when the condition of his leg worsened.

Who has won the most US Opens?

Willie Anderson (1901, 1903, 1904, 1905), Bobby Jones (1923, 1926, 1929, 1930), Ben Hogan (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953) and the Golden Bear himself, Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980), have each won the US Open four times. 

Anderson has the distinction of winning three consecutive editions of the tournament, while Nicklaus took a rather different route to his joint-record haul, spreading his four triumphs across 19 years.

Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008) is one of two players to have won the US Open three times, with Hale Irwin (1974, 1979, 1990) the other. Irwin remains the oldest player to have won the US Open, at the age of 45 years and 15 days old.

Aatif Sulleyman

Aatif is a freelance copywriter and journalist based in the UK. He’s written about technology, science and politics for publications including Gizmodo, The Independent, Trusted Reviews and Newsweek, but focuses on streaming at Future, an arrangement that combines two of his greatest passions: sport and penny-pinching.