2018 British Open Golf live stream, TV schedule, replays and guide on live streaming golf tournaments for free or watch online with a paid subscription.
2018 British Open TV schedule, channel, coverage, live stream, watch online, golf times How to watch every single moment of the 2018 Open Championship on TV The 2018 Open Championship has arrived, and three-time champion Tiger Woods is along for the ride. Four days of pristine golf at one of the nation’s top course are ahead, and it all starts Thursday with Round 1 action at Carnoustie in Scotland.
With Woods playing in a Featured Group on Thursday, you will be able to catch every single shot he takes live on your screen throughout the day. But he is just one of a few golfers in tremendous groups during Round 1 action, so be sure to hit the links to the right for a full slate of tee times and more information about the Open.
Keep on scrolling for Thursday’s schedule and every way you can catch the action live.
All times Eastern
Round 1 — Thursday, July 19
Round 1 start time: 1:35 a.m.
Live streams: 1:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
The third major of the 2018 golf season is here with plenty of stars among the loaded field set to take on Carnoustie in Scotland for the 147th Open Championship. One of the most historic courses in major golf will see The Open decided over four days with Dustin Johnson entering as the favorite and both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson competing.
Strap in for all-day coverage of The Open with 14 hours of action during each of the first two rounds. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a browned-out course that will be foreign to PGA Tour-only viewership. Don’t be dismayed or confused, though, this is one of the most clever and toughest courses in Scotland and should deliver us another elite championship.
Carnoustie brings with it ambiguous expectations. With tee balls running out up to 100 yards past their intended landing area, nobody knows what to hit or how to hit it. That will make for great fun for those of us watching and following along and not having to worry about how to hit the next shot.
Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much Open Championship golf as possible throughout the week. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage all four days.