The 2023 Open Championship takes place from July 20-23 at Royal Liverpool as the last of the year’s golf majors. Watch a 2023 The Open Championship live stream of all the action.
Watch the Open Championship in the United States via ESPN+
The 2023 Open Championship takes place at Royal Liverpool, which is also known as Hoylake, and will be the 12th time the venue has staged the tournament.
The last time the Open visited Hoylake was in 2014 when Rory McIlroy was crowned champion. Tiger Woods also recorded victory at the venue.
The 2023 edition also represents the 151st Open as another chapter of the famous major is played out.
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Cameron Smith is the reigning champion after winning the 2022 Open Championship at St Andrews.
The Australian joins a roll of honour that includes former winners Old Tom Morris, Young Tom Morris, Harry Vardon, James Braid, Sam Snead, Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Sandy Lyle, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Shane Lowry and Collin Morikawa.
You can watch a live stream and watch all of the drama unfold across four days of The Open Championship.
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Where to watch 2023 The Open Championship Live Stream & Broadcast Details
Australia – Fox Sports & Nine Network
Belgium/Netherlands – Ziggo Sport
Czech Republic / Hungary / Romania – Golf Channel CZ
China – iQiyi
France – Golf Channel FR
Germany/Austria/Switzerland – XYZ Sports
Hong Kong – Now TV
Iceland – Stod2
India – Golf.tv
Ireland – RTE & Eir Sports
Japan – WOWOW
Korea – JTBC Golf
Latin America – Golf.tv
Malaysia – Astro
Middle East – Golf.tv
New Zealand – Sky TV
Portugal – Sport TV
Scandinavia – TV3 Sport
Singapore – Star Hub
South Africa – Super Sport
Spain – Movistar Plus
Taiwan – Sport Cast
Thailand – Golf Channel
The Open Championship Golf Format & Schedule
The Open Championship will be played over four rounds / 72 holes at Royal Liverpool with a cut after the opening two rounds.
- Day 1 – Thursday, July 20
- Day 2 – Friday, July 21
- Day 3 – Saturday, July 22
- Day 4 – Sunday, July 23
The tournament carries a total prize fund of $16,500,000 USD.
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