Complete Live Coverage of U.S. Open Championship on TSN

golf fans will be able to watch live coverage of all 4 rounds of the season’s
second major – the U.S. Open Championship – on multiple platforms: TSN, TSN HD
and TSN Broadband (at from June 14 to 17 from


tournament marks the first time TSN Broadband will provide live streaming of an
entire golf major. This past April, TSN Broadband provided live coverage
of Amen Corner during the first two rounds of The Masters.

into each round, TSN will also produce and televise a live 30-minute U.S. Open
Preview Show from the Oakmont Country Club. Cory Woron will host on-site
alongside analyst Jim Nelford and TSN Golf Insider Bob Weeks, as they provide
analysis, features and player interviews. The trio will also file daily
reports for SportsCentre beginning Monday, June 11.

broadcast schedule for the U.S. Open Championship is as follows:

June 14

Round Preview Show live at 9:30 a.m. ET (TSN)

Round live at 10 a.m. ET (TSN, TSN HD and TSN Broadband)

June 15

Round Preview Show live at 9:30 a.m. ET (TSN)

Round live at 10 a.m. ET (TSN, TSN HD and TSN Broadband)

June 16

Round Preview Show live at 12:30 p.m. ET (TSN)

Round live at 1 p.m. ET (TSN, TSN HD and TSN Broadband)

June 17

Round Preview Show live at 12:30 p.m. ET (TSN)

Round Live at 1 p.m. ET (TSN, TSN HD and TSN Broadband)

year’s 107th U.S. Open marks a record eighth time the tourney will be held at
Oakmont Country Club. The tournament welcomes the biggest names in golf,
including Tiger Woods, who hasn’t won the event since 2002 and Phil Mickelson,
still searching for his first career U.S. Open victory. Last year’s
winner, Geoff Ogilvy, seeks to become the first back-to-back champion since
Curtis Strange accomplished the feat in 1988 and ’89.


can relive some of the U.S. Open’s greatest moments as ESPN Classic airs U.S.
Open Golf Revisited, a 6-hour retrospective, on Tuesday, June 12 from 6 p.m. to
12 midnight ET. The schedule is as follows:

6 p.m. ET
– 1991 at Hazeltine National Golf Club, MN – The late Payne Stewart wins his
first of 2 U.S. Open titles.

7 p.m. ET
– 1993 at Baltusrol Golf Club, NJ – Lee Janzen is the winner by 2 strokes over
Payne Stewart. Janzen would win the title again in 1998.

8 p.m. ET
– 1994 at Oakmont Country Club, PA – Ernie Els wins his first of 2 career

Open titles.

9 p.m. ET
– 1999 at Pinehurst Number 2, NC – Payne Stewart wins his second title and is
at the top of his game. He is tragically killed in a plane crash a short
time later.

10 p.m. ET
– 2000 at

Pebble Beach,
CA – Tiger Woods continues his ascent to the
top of the golf world with his first U.S. Open title.

11 p.m. ET
– 2002 at Bethpage State Park Black Course, NY – Tiger Woods hangs on for a
3-stroke victory over Phil Mickelson to win his second U.S. Open.