Its that time of the year and the British Open is starting up again. The event starts today (July 20th) and goes until Sunday. Not only will it be the 146th Open Championship but it will also be the first year that the prize money will be paid in U.S. dollars rather than the usual British pounds.
The Championship will take place at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport England. Henrik Stenson is the defending champion and will look to repeat yet again.
If want to know where you can watch the Championship then we’ve got you covered.
British Open 2016 Thursday Round 1 Viewing Details
Start Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017
Time: 1:35 AM EST
United States TV Channel: Golf Channel
Europe TV Channel: Sky Sports
How To Stream British Open 2017 Friday Round 1 Online in the United States
With Cable Subscription: You can watch the British Open Round 1 on The Golf Channel Website. You will need to log in with your cable provider information.
Without Cable Subscription: If you do not have access to a cable login, you can watch the British Open through Sling TV, through a free one week trial. Credit card information is required when signing up, but you can cancel within the 7 days without being charged if you wish. Once signed up, download the Sling Desktop App.
Watch British Open 2017 Friday Round 1 On Phone & Tablet in the United States
With Cable Subscription: You can watch the British Open Round 1 on the Golf Live Extra App. The Golf Live Extra app is available on iTunes and Google Play.
Without Cable Subscription: If you do not have access to a cable login, you can watch the British Open through Sling TV, through a free one week trial. Sign up for the trial, and then download the Sling TV App, which you can download for free in the iTunes or the Google Play Store.
Watch British Open 2017 Friday Round 1 Online in Europe
Online: The British Open is being shown on Sky Sports One. You can live stream the Open Championship on the Sky Go website. You’ll need a cable log-in and password to access the stream.
On Phone & Tablet: Mobile users in the Europe can watch the Open Championship on the Sky GO app, which is free to download from the iTunes or Google Play store. You’ll need a cable subscription to log in.