And then there were two.
The U.S. Open, golf’s penultimate major on the reshuffled PGA Tour schedule, is under way in September and without fans, two traits that will make for a surreal weekend sandwiched between the Tour Championship, which dubbed Dustin Johnson the FedEx Cup champion, and the Masters, the crown jewel of all majors scheduled for November.
Johnson, who won the U.S. Open in 2016, is the clear favorite to win at the famed Winged Foot Golf Club. The world’s No. 1-ranked golfer finished the season on a tear, winning two of the three FedEx Cup playoff tournaments and tying for second at the PGA Championship in August.
Also in the field are Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas, considered the two biggest threats to cool off Johnson, as well as Gary Woodland, the 2019 champion, and Tiger Woods, who enters the weekend as a longshot. One notable absence is Brooks Koepka. The two-time champion withdrew from the tournament due to coronavirus concerns.
The U.S. Open, originally scheduled for June 18-21, was one of more than a dozen PGA tournaments postponed from the spring and summer because of the COVID-19 outbreak, a list that also includes the PGA Championship and the Masters. Golf’s fourth major, the British Open, was canceled entirely.
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How to watch the U.S. Open
NBC and Golf Channel have live coverage of the U.S. Open in 2020. The tournament starts on Golf Channel each morning before shifting to NBC for afternoon and evening coverage. You can stream the U.S. Open on both networks’ subscription services, on PGA Tour Live or via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.
Here is the full breakdown for the U.S. Open TV schedule (all times Eastern):
U.S. Open tee times
Here are the complete U.S. Open tee times for Sunday’s Round 4:
Round 4: Sunday, Sept. 20
Hole No. 1
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