This year marks its 120th anniversary (although it is the 115 playing) of the US Open, and it is now being held at Chambers Bay, a public golf course in University Place, Washington. For those who are interested in watching the grand golf game from home, this is what is known about the US Open Golf 2015 TV Schedule, Leaderboard, Tee Times, as well as how to Live stream.
Round 1 of the US Open showed Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson as the early leaders of the game. The champion of last year's US Open, Martin Kaymer, finished his opening round with two-over-72, and Phil Mickelson is in contention to compete for his career Grand Slam after shooting a solid 69 on the first day. Part of the challenge of this year's US Open is the location at Chambers Bay, which has plenty of steep elevation changes and bumpy greens, according to Bleacher Report.
According to SB Nation, the top sixty players plus ties will make the weekend at Chambers Bay, which currently projects the cut line to be at 2 over. Well-known players Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler are among the players who will definitely miss the cut as Woods shot an 80 Thursday and Fowler a 81 the same day. This puts the former at 13-over for the tournament and the later at 11-over. Other golfers that won't be seen on the weekend of the US Open include Zach Johnson (4-over) Graeme McDowell (4-over) Hunter Mahan (4-over) and Keegan Bradley (3-over).
At this writing, the Friday game of the US Open is being played, with Tee Times and scores changing constantly. If you are interested in the U.S. Open Leaderboard, head over to the official PGA Tour site and you can get a look at the stats.
As for the US Open Schedule, this is a schedule for the date, time (in Eastern Time), and the channels. Depending on when this posts, hopefully you can catch the Friday times. Golf Digest's The Loop says that the US Open is the centerpiece of Fox Sports' entry into golf coverage, and the network pays $100 million just to televise the USGA events. Greg Norman will serve as the lead analyst while Joe Buck will anchor the telecasts.
On Friday, June 19, the times for the Second Round are the same at 12-8 PM on FS1 (Fox Sports 1) and 8-11 PM on Fox. On Saturday, the time for the Third Round changes to 2-10 PM and goes from 2-10:30 PM on Sunday for the Fourth Round.
For those that want to livestream the event, that is also possible from the Web, iOS, or Android just go to the US Open website. The Second Round (Friday) goes from 11 AM to 10:30 PM, the Third Round (Saturday) goes from 2 PM to TBD, and the Fourth Round (Sunday) goes from 10:30 AM to TBD.