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The Open Championship, also known as The Open or the British Open, is back. Cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic - the first time since World World II it has not been held - The Open is making a welcome return this year at the famous Royal St George's layout in Kent, England.
This is the 15th time Royal St George's Golf Club has hosted the tournament. It was last held there in 2011, won by Darren Clarke, and was also the scene of Greg Norman's second Open triumph in 1993.
Irishman Shane Lowry remains the defending champion after his dominant and popular victory in 2019. There will be another stacked field for the year's fourth and final major tournament, led by world number 1 Dustin Johnson and the second-ranked Jon Rahm, who won his first major at last month's US Open.
Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele are also tipped to be among the contenders. Jason Day, Marc Leishman, Cameron Smith, Adam Scott, Lucas Herbert, Matt Jones and last week's Scottish Open winner Min Woo Lee are among an 11-strong Australian contingent.
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Golf fans can tune in for the British Open Championship starting Thursday 15 July at 3:30pm AEST. Given the time difference between Australia and the UK, the event will run from late afternoon into the very early hours the following day Australian time. Thankfully, Kayo Sports will offer on-demand replays and highlights packages for those who want to watch the The Open on their own schedule.
All rounds of the British Open will be broadcast live on Fox Sports in Australia and made available on demand. Fox Sports Channel 505 will be a dedicated Open channel all week long, featuring content that includes Aussies at The Open, a tournament preview and all 4 rounds. You can watch it all on either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports.
Here's the complete schedule of the broadcast:
Replays will be available to watch a few hours after the broadcast ends, starting between 7-8am AEST each day.
Golf fans can stream the British Open Championship with Kayo Sports, the online platform that offers over 50 sports live and on demand. A Basic subscription for the service costs $25/month and enables users to watch two live streams at the same time. Meanwhile, a Premium subscription costs $35/month and supports three simultaneous streams.
If you are yet to try Kayo, it offers a 14-day free trial. Besides a wide library of content, Kayo offers a range of exciting special features designed for sports fans, such as SpiltView, From Start, Kayo Minis and more.
There are also some features just for this tournament. On top of a 24-hour Open channel you can access on Kayo, the platform will also have:
There is plenty more to discover about this service and we encourage you to dive into our Kayo Sports review for more information.
The good news is, it will cost you nothing to give it a try during the entire British Open and beyond. The service is compatible with PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets, Telstra TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Samsung TV (2017 or later) and Chromecast.
The British Open Championship will air live on Fox Sports 505, so you can watch it on TV through your existing Foxtel iQ subscription by adding on the Sport pack. The Sport pack includes the same 50 live sports and almost identical sports programming as Kayo Sports. But it costs an additional $29 per month, bringing up the overall base cost of the service to a minimum of $74 per month.
The benefits of Foxtel IQ are that you can watch some content in 4K resolution, you can record to the device (if you don't like the idea of on-demand content), cable offers a more stable connection than streaming services and you get access to non-sporting content as part of the package. There are also often Foxtel iQ deals available.
Alternatively, you can stream the British Open with Foxtel Now. The online platform allows you to watch Foxtel content live and on demand via the Internet, making it a worthy alternative for users who aren't keen on getting the full pay TV installation, but still want to enjoy Foxtel programming.
To watch the British Open you'll need the Sport channel pack, priced at $29/month. This is a premium pack, though, so you need to subscribe to the Essentials pack as well for $25/month. So you're looking at a total of $54 per month. While you get the same sports content as Kayo, you don't get the unique viewing features.
Thankfully, Foxtel Now offers a 10-day free trial for new clients, so you can still try it out. The platform is compatible with PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets, Airplay, Chromecast, Sony Android TVs, Telstra TV, PS4 and the Foxtel Now box.
Unfortunately, no. So you'll have to spend a little to enjoy all the action this famous tournament has to offer. Or simply take advantage of the free trials available for both Kayo Sports and Foxtel Now to stream the British Open Championship for free.
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|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||3:46 PM / 8:47 PM||Chan Kim, Justin Harding, Haotong Li|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||3:57 PM / 8:57 PM||Michael Lorenzo-Vera, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castaño, Abel Gallegos|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||4:08 PM / 9:09 PM||Alex Noren, JC Ritchie, Richard Mansell|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||4:19 PM / 9:20 PM||Dean Burmester, Danny Willett, Laird Shepherd|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||4:30 PM / 9:31 PM||Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Sam Horsfield, Min Woo Lee (AUS)|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||4:41 PM / 9:42 PM||Viktor Hovland, Ryan Palmer, Thomas Detry|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||4:52 PM / 9:53 PM||Paul Casey, Abraham Ancer, Ian Poulter|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||5:03 PM / 10:04 PM||Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak, Garrick Higgo|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||5:14 PM / 10:15 PM||Daniel Berger, Joaquin Niemann, Joel Dahmen|
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|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||5:47 PM / 10:48 PM||Talor Gooch, C.T. Pan, Jonathan Thomson|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:03 PM / 11:04 PM||Ernie Els, Gary Woodland, Cole Hammer|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:14 PM / 11:15 PM||Sam Burns, Lucas Herbert (AUS), Jorge Campillo|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:25 PM / 11:26 PM||Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Branden Grace|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:36 PM / 11:37 PM||Brian Harman, Mackenzie Hughes, Dylan Frittelli|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:47 PM / 11:38 PM||Victor Perez, Kevin Streelman, Guido Migliozzi|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||6:58 PM / 11:59 PM||Shane Lowry, Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||7:09 PM / 12:10 AM||Stewart Cink, Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||7:20 PM / 12:21 AM||Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||7:31 PM / 12:32 AM||Scottie Scheffler, Sergio Garcia, Yuxin Lin|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||7:42 PM / 12:43 AM||Harris English, Erik van Rooyen, Chez Reavie|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||7:53 PM / 12:54 AM||Lucas Glover, Ben An, Brandt Snedeker|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||8:04 PM / 1:05 AM||Cameron Tringale, Takumi Kanaya, Marcel Schneider|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||8:15 PM / 1:16 AM||Lanto Griffin, Rikuya Hoshino, Connor Worsdall|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||8:36 PM / 3:35 PM||Aaron Rai, Paul Waring, Daniel Craft|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||8:47 PM / 3:44 PM||Daniel van Tonder, Jazz Janewattananond, Christoffer Bring|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||8:58 PM / 3:57 PM||Harold Varner III, Brendan Steele, Matthias Schmid|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||9:09 PM / 4:08 PM||Troy Merritt, Adam Long, Jaco Ahlers|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||9:20 PM / 4:19 PM||Jason Day (AUS), Joost Luiten, Johannes Veerman|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||9:31 PM / 4:30 PM||John Catlin, Romain Langasque, Aaron Pike (AUS)|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||9:42 PM / 4:41 PM||Padraig Harrington, Brad Kennedy (AUS), Sam Forgan|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||9:53 PM / 4:52 PM||Tony Finau, Billy Horschel, Adam Hadwin|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||10:04 PM / 5:03 PM||Patrick Cantlay, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ryan Fox (AUS)|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||10:15 PM / 5:14 PM||Francesco Molinari, Marc Leishman (AUS), Matt Wallace|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||10:26 PM / 5:25 PM||Collin Morikawa, Corey Conners, Sebastian Munoz|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||10:37 PM / 5:36 PM||Jason Scrivener (AUS), Keith Mitchell, Sam Bairstow|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||10:48 PM / 5:47 PM||Charley Hoffman, Emiliano Grillo, Benjamin Herbert|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:04 PM / 6:03 PM||Keegan Bradley, Richard T. Lee, Rafa Cabrera Bello|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:15 PM / 6:14 PM||Carlos Ortiz, Brendon Todd, Matthias Schwab|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:26 PM / 6:25 PM||Webb Simpson, Russell Henley, Shaun Norris|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:37 PM / 6:36 PM||Matt Jones (AUS), Daniel Hillier (AUS), Marcel Siem|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:48 PM / 6:46 PM||Phil Mickelson, Tyrrell Hatton, Kevin Kisner|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||11:59 PM / 6:58 PM||Xander Schauffele, Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||12:10 AM / 7:09 PM||Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott (AUS)|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||12:21 AM / 7:20 PM||Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith (AUS)|
|Thurs No. 1 / Fri No. 2||12:32 AM / 7:31 PM||Henrik Stenson, Max Homa, Matt Kuchar|
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