How to watch every memorable moment of the 2023 U.S. Open on TV or streaming live online
For the second year in a row, the third major of the 2023 golf season has begun with drama seething behind the scenes. The USGA is seeking to take as much wind out of its top event’s sails as possible as 2023 U.S. Open candidates take on Los Angeles Country Club for the first time in 75 years beginning with Round 1 action on Thursday.
This year’s event features a stacked lineup that includes nearly all of the world’s finest golfers. Through the halfway point of the major calendar, Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm, and Brooks Koepka have been trading victories, while Viktor Hovland and Rory McIlroy have continued to play top-level golf despite their inability to lift a major trophy. McIlroy’s drought, of course, predates this season, but his game has enjoyed a rebound in the last two seasons.
Then there’s Phil Mickelson, who finished second at the Masters earlier this year and is still looking for a U.S. Open to complete his career grand slam. Unlike in 2021, when he entered the US Open coming off a major title win, Mickelson has been hot and cold all season. There’s no denying that his six career second-place results at the US Open continue to haunt him, and his ten top 10 performances at this event since 1995 demonstrate that he’s in the mix more often than not.
While visiting the US Open is a lot of fun, just being able to watch golf on the game’s largest stages is an awesome pleasure each year. We at CBS Sports are happy to bring you live coverage of the US Open all week.
Enough with the philosophising. Here’s how to see as much of the US Open as possible during the week. Stay in to CBS Sports for live leaderboard coverage of the US Open in Round 1 throughout the third major of the year, and check out the Round 1 tee times for Thursday’s action.