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Where to Watch the 2017 US Open – Online, Streaming, on TV and in Person

Where to Watch the 2017 US Open – Online, Streaming, on TV and in Person

It’s here, golf freaks! Have you laid out your viewing plans for this exciting tournament? Allow us to help you out. Below are easy tips on how to catch the action in person, on television, or online. Read on!

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Where to Watch the 2017 US Open

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In Person – Erin Hills Golf Course in Hartford, Wisconsin

Wisconsin will play host to the US Open for the first time in history, and what a venue it could be. The Erin Hills is known to be long and wide, and will be a perfect barometer to every golfer’s true striking power. Along with that, of course, could mean a more interesting vibe for the fans who would attend the actual event.

The course is located 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee. They have a pretty detailed info on their website regarding the location, which has a step-by-step direction on driving to the course if you’re coming from any of these areas:

  • Downtown Milwaukee
  • Chicago
  • Green Bay
  • Kohler
  • Madison
  • Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport
  • Minneapolis is no longer selling tickets, but Stub Hub still is. Watching players practice will only cost you $25, but once it gets to the tournament itself, prices can go up to roughly $200. Other special tix, which includes special passes throughout the venue, may cost no less than $640.

For places to visit around Erin area, you can expect a long list of attractions. It includes restaurants, boutiques, museums, and a whole lot more.


FOX Sports has the over-the-air rights for the tournament. They will be broadcasting through FOX Sports 1 (FS1) and FOX Deportes. Below are the more detailed schedule:

June 15 – 9 AM – 930 AM, 11 AM – 9PM
June 16 – 9 AM – 930 AM, 11 AM – 9PM
June 17 – 11 AM – 8 PM
June 18 – 11 AM – 830 PM


An online stream will be available on FOX Sports Go and Fubo TV, which may be accessed on PCs, laptops, smartphones, and other tablets. The former also has an app, and may be downloaded on Google Play, App Store, Kindle, and Microsoft Windows Store.

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