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US Open Golf 2017: Tee Times, TV and Live Stream
US Open Golf 2017: Tee Times, TV and Live Stream

At the start of the Shell US Open Golf 2017 Live, the prospect for an on-time Sunday finish did not look good. The weather forecast looked horrible for the entire weekend in the Houston area, with Sunday getting the worst of it. But so far, so good and we’ve made both two cuts and got through 54 holes on time at the Golf Club of Houston.

Now comes the Sunday challenge. As a precaution, the Tour made the typical move of putting the remaining field in groups of three and off split tees for the final round, bumping the entire field up into a two-hour block first thing in the morning. This is the customary practice when inclement weather is in the forecast and an on-time finish is paramount. This week, that’s more important than ever with a host of players not wanting this thing to extend into Monday and infringe on Masters week preparations.

So the first groups will go off Nos. 1 and 10 at 7:15 a.m. local and 8:15 a.m. ET. The anchor group of Sung Kang, Rickie Fowler, and Russell Henley will go at 10:05 a.m. ET and try to race around the track in just over four hours without weather interruptions.US Open Golf 2017  Fowler made a dramatic push on Saturday to get this at least interesting at the top of the leaderboard. Kang was running away with it at the 36-hole mark, but the start to Saturday’s round made this a ballgame real quick.

Fowler started the third round seven shots back of Kang but pulled even after just 14 holes. It was a rapid charge and while Rick dropped back a bit coming into the house, he’s now well within striking distance, just three shots back. After Saturday’s seven-shot hole, that’s nothing.Just a few days removed from the finish at the Masters, FOX has announced its broadcast schedule for the U.S. Open.

FOX will broadcast more than 45 hours of coverage across FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes and the FOX Sports Go app. That’s an increase from the 40 hours promised in 2016. Live streaming will also be available at and on the U.S. Open app.

"FOX Sports continues to enhance and expand its coverage of our championships through its commitment and innovation," said Mike Davis, the USGA executive director and CEO. "Fans will be able to witness the greatness of the game and be engaged throughout the year with live digital streaming across all USGA platforms."

First and second rounds of the event will air on FS1 from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. ET each day, with FOX airing coverage from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Weekend rounds will air on FOX beginning at 11 a.m.

One noteworthy addition to the viewing schedule is that Undisputed, the debate show featuring Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, will also be on site, airing live from Erin Hills from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on Thursday and

Fowler is obviously the headliner in this final pre-Masters tuneup. The Houston Open has done a fantastic job drawing a strong field, setting up their course in a way that approximates conditions one might face in the men’s first major of the season. It’s always been fun to watch some last-minute hopeful desperately try and punch the final ticket to Augusta. Fowler is already in the field but Kang will have to change his travel plans with a win and get over to Georgia next week.

Unfortunately, for the event, the weather bumping tee times up means we’ll likely get this coverage on tape delay, unless there’s some lengthy weather stoppage early in the day. That’s never ideal for the event, the networks, the audience, or the Tour but the priority is trying to get this thing in on time. Here’s the coverage schedule for Sunday in Houston (all times ET):What better way to shake off those six-hour rounds from Pebble Beach than with a monster field playing a classic course at Riviera Country Club this week while Tiger Woods plays host?

The best field of 2017 will tee it up in Los Angeles this week as Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia make their 2017 PGA Tour debuts alongside last week’s winner (Jordan Spieth), the winner the week before that (Hideki Matsuyama) and the winner of the first two events of the year (Justin Thomas). Oh, and Dustin Johnson and Jason Day will be there as well.

This week should be a great one as Riviera bites back after a week of low scoring (for Spieth anyway) at Pebble. The views, while not what they were at Pebble Beach, Monterey Peninsula and Spyglass Hill, will still be spectacular. US Open Golf 2017 Live StreamHere’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch all the action.