The third major championship of the 2022 season of golf has arrived amidst a controversy raging behind the scenes. However, the USGS ensured as little wind as possible was taken out of the sails of its first event as the 2022 US Open contenders began facing The Country Club. It’s the first time since 1988 that a national champion has been crowned in Brooklyn, Massachusetts, and some of the top contenders are playing with great momentum.
Masters Champion Scottie Scheffler A Hot effort during the second nine on Friday to enter into a dispute. Schaeffler aims to become the sixth golfer to win the Masters titles and the US Open in the same season.
However, he was not the favorite to start the tournament. That honor belonged to Rory McIlroy, who went hotter than anyone else on the field after defending his title at the RBC Canadian Open. McIlroy has three other Top 10 finishes in his previous four starts and is one of only four golfers to finish in the top ten in three (or more) of his last five U.S. games.
McIlroy made the most of his momentum by opening play at The Country Club with a score of 67, and after a rough start Friday with a double bogey in the fourth third, Byrdie scored in three of his last seven holes to finish with 69 and sit just one stroke off the lead – the same situation he entered in it today. If Rory gets the job done this weekend, he will win his first major championship since 2014.
Colin Morikawa came out and had the best Friday of anyone with a 4-under 66 with a stealth-free effort across his last 14 holes of the day to take the 36-hole lead. He’s joined by Jon Ram, climbing the leaderboard, who scored for Eagle on Day 14 to score 3-under 67 and sits one shot behind Morikawa alongside McIlroy, Beau Husler, Aaron Weiss and Hayden Buckley.
Meanwhile, man Most of the headlines are published Entering the Week, Phil Mickelson, missed the cut Together with a swarm of other stars.
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Enough to talk about it. Here’s how to watch as much of the US Open as possible during the week. Be sure to stick to CBS Sports for live coverage throughout this year’s third major tournament.
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Round Three – Saturday 18th June
Third round start time: 10 am
Live broadcast of the US Open: From 10 AM to 8 PM
- Round 3 coverage – 10am to 12pm on Peacock Day
- Premium Collections – 11am on USOpen.com, US Open mobile app
- Featured Holes (11-13) – 12 noon on USOpen.com, US Open mobile app
TV coverage: From 12 to 8 p.m. on NBC, fuboTV (try for free)
Round 4 – Sunday 19 June
Fourth round start time: 9 am
Live broadcast of the US Open: From 9 am to 7 pm
- Round 4 coverage – 9-10AM on Peacock
- Premium Collections – 10am on USOpen.com, US Open mobile app
- Featured Holes (11-13) – 11am on USOpen.com, the US Open mobile app
Early TV coverage: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on USA Network, fuboTV (try for free)
TV coverage: From 12 to 7 p.m. on NBC, fuboTV (try for free)
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