Don't miss a minute of The Open Championship
By mustang6560 on 7/18/12
Tennis has "Breakfast at Wimbledon" and golf has "Breakfast at the British", as The Golf Channel noted last night on Live From The Open Championship.
In the olden days, there was only one way to watch The Open Championship - live. But, thankfully we don't live in such a time. Between the tube and the Internet, we'll be able to watch almost every minute of the third major of the year. And so you don't miss a minute of the action, I've listed the broadcast schedule below.
If you have an iPhone or Android, I recommend you download The Open Championship app and the WatchESPN app (availability depending on your cable provider) so you can keep up with the coverage regardless of your location.
Live BroadcastThursday, July 19
4:30 a.m. on ESPNFriday, July 20
4:30 a.m. on ESPNSaturday, July 21
7 a.m. on ESPNSunday, July 22
6 a.m. ET on ESPN
Live Video via WatchESPN/ESPN3Thursday, July 19
3:30 a.m. - Holes 9/10/11Friday, July 20
3:30 a.m. - Holes 9/10/11Saturday, July 21
5 a.m. - BBC feedSunday, July 22
5 a.m. - Holes 9/10/11
Live AudioThursday, July 19
7 a.m.-1 p.m. on ESPNRadio, ESPNRadio.comFriday, July 20
7 a.m.-1 p.m. on ESPNRadio, ESPNRadio.comSaturday, July 21
9 a.m.-3 p.m. on ESPNRadio, ESPNRadio.comSunday, July 22
8 a.m.-2 p.m. on ESPNRadio, ESPNRadio.com
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If you are using Sprint for your mobile service provider, you can watch ESPN on their "Sprint TV & Movies" app. It's handy for those of us who have Comcast.
Nate these don't miss a minute posts of yours are truly indispensable, and I mean that.
Whatever happened to good old fashioned watching on the computer? I don't need all this app crap.
@beef... If I could I would, but those live streams are blocked by the firewall.
if only the link was available in the post.... next time nate.
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