What channel is the US Open on today? TV coverage, live streams for Friday’s Round 2

It’s a little later than normal, but golf’s second major of the year has arrived with the 2020 U.S. Open.

Originally the third major and scheduled for June 18-21, the U.S. Open begins play this weekend at Winged Foot Golf Club in New York.

While spectators won’t be able to attend this year’s event, there will be plenty of television coverage thanks to NBC, Golf Channel and Peacock.

The favorite entering the US Open is Dustin Johnson who is fresh off winning the FedEx Cup and has finished in the top two in each of the last four tournaments he participated in. Johnson has one major win already on his resume, winning the 2016 US Open at Oakmont Country Club.

A full breakdown of TV and live streaming schedules for every round of the U.S. Open is below.

What channel is the U.S. Open on today?

Early-round coverage begins on Golf Channel before switching to NBC in the afternoon. The final two hours will be exclusively on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service.

U.S. Open TV coverage 2020

Unlike the PGA Championship where coverage switched networks on the weekend, NBC’s family of networks are providing coverage for all four rounds of the U.S. Open. Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, will have exclusive coverage of the final two hours of Round 1 and the first two hours of Rounds 2-4. 

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How to live stream the US Open

NBC will handle afternoon coverage for Rounds 1,2 and 4. Golf Channel will provide morning coverage of every round and picks up double-duty for Round 3 when it covers both the morning and afternoon hours. Coverage on these channels can also be found on NBCSports.com. Peacock, NBC’s free streaming service, has the final two hours for Round 1 and the first two hours of each of the remaing rounds. FuboTV, also has coverage of the US Open and provides a free trial.

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