How to Get 2022 British Open TV schedule, golf tee times at St. Andrews Guide

The Open Championship, the year’s last major, has started in St. Andrews for its historic 150th competition. Scotland is surrounded by the splendor of summer as The Open makes its first appearance there since 2015! The Open is being held at the Old Course for the 30th time this week, and because of the anniversary, the venue, the incredibly skilled field, Tiger Woods’ participation, and the condition of the game, many are referring to this tournament as one of the most significant majors in history.

After the first session, Young and Smith, two Camerons, captured the first two positions on the clubhouse leaderboard. Young shot an incredible 8-under 64 with no bogeys, taking the lead by himself. Young shot 5 under on the front nine and 3 under on the back. Smith finished at 3 under par and added a birdie on the final hole for a score of 67, which may not have been as remarkable as it could have been. Also enjoying a fantastic first round, Rory McIlroy hopes to catch up to the leaders in the last stretch.

Tiger Woods is present for what could be his final chance to capture a third Claret Jug at St. Andrews after skipping the U.S. Open just to compete in The Open. After the English won the United States’ national title in June, Matthew Fitzpatrick is attempting the uncommon U.S. Open-Open double.

Even if visiting The Open Championship might be enjoyable and especially memorable this year, being able to watch golf at St. Andrews on one of the sport’s most opulent venues is an extraordinary privilege. This week, starting with Round 1, is proud to provide you with nonstop coverage of The Open.

Here’s how to watch The Open as much as you can between now and Sunday. For live coverage of the last major of 2022, which begins with live Open leaderboard action in Round 1.