The US Open is the second major of the golfing year after the Masters and before the Open and PGA Championship. Will Brooks Koepka retain his title, or will Patrick Reed build on his Masters win?

Many of the recent major winners have been first-time winners, so perhaps we’ll see resurgence from some of the older guard. Rory McIlroy surely has another major in him, and what about Tiger? It has been a decade since his last big win.

Whichever way it falls, it’s going to be a great golfing spectacle. Here’s how to watch on TV and online in the UK.

When is the 2018 US Open?

The US Open starts on Thursday 14 June and finishes on Sunday 17 June at Shinnecock Hills golf course in NY, USA.

Here are the timings for each round:

  • First round: Thursday 14 June, 1pm to 12:30am UK time
  • Second round: Friday 15 June, 1pm to 12:30am UK time
  • Third round: Saturday 16 June, 4:30pm to 12:30am UK time
  • Fourth round: Sunday 17 June, 4:30pm to 12am UK time

How to watch the US Open on TV

Sky Sports is showing the US Open exclusively in the UK. You can watch all the action by tuning into the Sky Sport Golf channel.

How to watch the US Open online

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch every minute of the US Open golf by purchasing a Now TV temporary pass. Now TV allows you access to Sky Sports for a day, week or month.

Passes are one off, non-contract payments. Check out the prices here, where a week pass is only £12.99 and will bag you all the US Open if you buy before it starts.

If you go for a month, you'll be able to enjoy even more Sky Sports action after the US Open finishes. 

How to watch the US Open outside of the UK

If you are a Sky Sports or Now TV subscriber but are on holiday, you can still watch the US Open on these services using a VPN.

A VPN unlocks otherwise geo-blocked content – so using one will allow you to tune into the US Open from anywhere in the world.

We recommend NordVPN. Its plans are reliable and affordable and once installed, you can run Sky Sports online or Now TV as normal.