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When: Thursday, June 13 to Sunday, June 16, 2024
Where: Televised on NBC and the USA Network live from Pinehurst Country Club in Pinehurst, NC

Watch for the 124th edition of the U.S. Open golf championship happening Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, June 16, 2024.

Tickets to all the live action at Pinehurst will be made available at in the spring of 2024.

U.S. Open Golf2024 US Golf Open TV schedule

Since the schedule changes little from year to year, check ou the tenative schedule for live televised coverage beginning on Thursday, June 13 on NBC and the USA Network, with additional early morning coverage on NBC's streaming service Peacock.

Meanwhile, keep it here for the official 2024 US Golf Open television schedule when it is released in June.

Thursday, June 13 First Round USA Network 12:30 pm - 5 pm ET
    NBC 5 - 8 pm ET
Friday, June 14 Second Round USA Network 12:30 pm - 7 pm ET
    NBC 7 - 10 pm ET
Saturday, June 15 Third Round NBC 3 pm - 11 pm ET
Sunday, June 16 Final Round USA Network 1 pm - 3 pm ET
    NBC 3 - 10 pm ET

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As host to the 2024 US Open, the No. 2 course at Pinehurst is home
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All about the US Golf Open

francis ouimet
In a dramatic finish, Francis Ouimet defeated
two British champions in an 18-hole playoff to
win the US Golf Open 1913. His victory over
the two biggest names in golf created
an explosion of interest in the sport
from coast to coast.

Rising from humble beginnings, the first US Open was a nine-hole course, one-day tournament played on October 4, 1895 in Newport, Rhode Island.

The winner was British player Horace Rawlins, who received a whopping $150 in prize money -- and a gold medal.

Over the decades, the US Open has emerged to become one of the four majors offering prize money topping $1 million for the winner who also enjoys a much more secure spot in the profession including an automatic invitation to play in the Masters, the British Open and the PGA Championship.

While the US Open has been dominated by American players over the years, the tournament has seen a notable spate of non-American winners between 2004-2007 including South African Retief Goosen (2004), New Zealander Michael Campbell (2005), Australian Geoff Ogilvy (2006) and Argentine Ángel Cabrera (2007).

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irishman to win the event and the first European to take the title since British player Tony Jacklin won in 1970. Another Irishman -- 22-year-old Rory McIlroy -- walked away with the championship at 268 to break the U.S. Open record by four shots in 2011.

And, just to add to the drama -- it was a relative unknown, American pro Webb Simpson, who won by one stroke to take his first major championship victory in 2012. The following year, Justin Rose won his first major title, two strokes ahead of runners-up Jason Day and Phil Mickelson, and became the first player from England to win the U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin in 1970.

In 2015, it was 21-year-old American Jordan Spieth -- fresh off his victory at the Masters Tournament -- who won the US Open to become the youngest player ever to hold both the Masters and U.S. Open titles in the same year.

More about the US Open around the Web:

Around the Web, check out the official lineup for this year's tournament at top sites offering the latest updates, pictures, video reports, details on the championship course, history, weather info and a bit of trivia behind the U.S. Golf Open ....

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