The Open is heading to Royal Liverpool for the first time since 2014 – and there are a number of ways you can follow the entire Championship.
Here’s how you can stay across all the action from Hoylake between 16-23 July 2023:
The 151st Open will be shown live around the world by our various broadcast partners, with more than 12 hours of daily live coverage in some territories.
See below for details of broadcasters offering live coverage and check local listings for further details.
Further broadcast details for additional countries will be made available in due course.
Europe, Middle East & Africa
Sky Sports: United Kingdom
Sky Sport DE: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein & Luxembourg
Sky Italia: Italy
Canal +: France
SuperSport: South Africa
Viasat: Sweden, Denmark, Norway & Finland
Liberty Global: Netherlands
Telenet: Belgium (excluding Wallonia)
BETV: Belgium & Luxembourg
ATV: Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary and Slovak Republic
Viasat: Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania
United Media: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia & Slovenia
SPORT TV: Portugal
TV Asahi / Dentsu: Japan
JTBC: Republic of Korea
iQiyi / GGC: China
Discovery: India. Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives, Afghanistan, Bhutan
Sky: New Zealand
SPOTV: Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Mongolia, Malaysia, Macau
SPO NOW: Vietnam, Laos
North & Latin America
NBC: United States
ESPN: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras
A NEW PAR-3 CHANNEL ON THE OPEN WEBSITE
TheOpen.com will provide comprehensive coverage of The 151st Open, starting with our Live at The Range show in partnership with HSBC that will be broadcast throughout the week of the Championship, providing a unique insight into players’ preparations.
When The Open begins on Thursday 20 July, our leaderboard page will provide live scoring, full shot-by-shot data through ShotView powered by NTT DATA and player highlights, while we’ll also have a daily live blog packed with text, images, video clips and social media posts.
Meanwhile, members of The One Club will be able to watch additional live streams throughout the week (live coverage will be dependent on territories).
In addition to two featured group streams, our brand-new par-3 channel will provide dedicated coverage of Royal Liverpool’s exciting new hole, the revamped 17th. Fans can expect enhanced audio on tee, enhanced shot data and a ‘crowd cam’ as we bring you closer to the action on a hole which could make or break the Championship for those at the top of the leaderboard. Furnished with an infinity green, this stunning par-3 plays directly out towards the ocean and will be a hole to keep a very close eye on.
And with the deceptively tricky 13th hole also set to feature, drama is no doubt guaranteed on this innovative new livestream.
TheOpen.com will also be the home of video highlights and features, the latest news and reports from the Championship, in-depth reaction from the players battling it out for the Claret Jug, and much more.
THE OPEN APP
The Open App will be the best way to keep up with all the action from Hoylake via your smartphone.
In addition to the year-round content housed on the app, you will be able to enjoy the following features during Championship week:
Our social media channels will ensure you don’t miss a thing from The 151st Open.
A host of videos – including highlight packages for each day’s play – will be available on YouTube, while we will also share unique content, including behind-the-scenes footage, via our Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok accounts. We also run a Twitter account for our Japanese fans and an Instagram account for our followers from South Korea.
So make sure you’re following each of our social accounts for the best coverage of golf’s original Championship.
THE OPEN PODCASTS
The Open Podcasts will return for The 151st Open. From Wednesday 19 July to Sunday 23 July we will release an episode each day, looking ahead and reviewing the day's play.
You will be able to listen via TheOpen.com/podcasts, on Apple, Spotify or your other preferred podcast platform, or via The Open App – where over 50 episodes and features are already available.
THE OPEN RADIO
If you are out and about during Open week, you will still be able to follow the Championship each day, and night, with The Open Radio.
A revamped radio player and dedicated page on TheOpen.com/radio will enable you to listen to The Open Radio live and on demand. Featuring some of golf's finest broadcasters, The Open Radio will bring you live commentary from The 151st Open, and if you miss any programme you can catch up and listen back at any time during the week.
You can also listen on TheOpen.com's homepage, TheOpen.com/radio or directly through The Open App.