Original U.S. Open Week-Of Schedule

The USGA has announced a variety of week-of activities designed for sports fans to celebrate and relive iconic U.S. Open Championship moments while building excitement for the championship’s return in September.

The 2020 championship was originally scheduled for June 18-21 at Winged Foot Golf Club, in Mamaroneck, N.Y., but now will be contested Sept. 17-20.

Original programming and encore championship telecasts will air across USGA-owned platforms, including usopen.com, USGA social media channels and the USGA streaming app, as well as Fox Sports (FS1) and Golf Channel.

Highlights of the week include four Virtual Watch Parties of classic U.S. Open finishes, with past champions Gary Woodland, Jordan Spieth and Jack Nicklaus providing firsthand commentary on their career-defining victories. 

Fox Sports (FS1) will maintain a Father’s Day viewing tradition with 4½ hours of USGA programming, including two USGA films and a condensed broadcast of the 2019 final round at Pebble Beach on Sunday, June 21.

Golf Channel will be celebrating the U.S. Open with 14½ hours of lookbacks, highlights and historical coverage throughout the week.

Digital & Broadcast Schedule

Monday, June 15: 1980 U.S. Open Watch Party, Jack Nicklaus/Michael Bamberger, 6 p.m. EDT

On the 40th anniversary of his final U.S. Open title, four-time U.S. Open champion Jack Nicklaus provides insights into his 1980 victory at Baltusrol Golf Club with Golf.com senior writer Michael Bamberger. 

Monday, June 15: Golf Channel Programming

11 a.m. - 1990 U.S. Open Highlights: Hale Irwin at Medinah

Noon - 1974 U.S. Open Highlights: Hale Irwin at Winged Foot

12:30 p.m. - 2006 U.S. Open Highlights: Geoff Ogilvy at Winged Foot 

7 p.m. - Celebrating the U.S. Open

A look at some of the most memorable moments and stories throughout the history of the championship

9 p.m. - Golf's Greatest Rounds: 2000 U.S. Open- Tiger Woods at Pebble Beach

All Times Eastern

Tuesday, June 16: 2005 U.S. Open Watch Party, Jason Gore/Carson Daly, Noon EDT

Longtime friends and golf buddies Jason Gore and television personality Carson Daly relive Michael Campbell’s improbable win in the 2005 U.S. Open. Gore played in the final group with Retief Goosen on that Sunday at Pinehurst No. 2.

Tuesday, June 16: Golf Channel Programming

5:30 a.m. - 1982 U.S. Open Highlights: Tom Watson at Pebble Beach

Noon - 2000 U.S. Open Highlights: Tiger Woods at Pebble Beach

1 p.m. - 2002 U.S. Open Highlights: Tiger Woods at Bethpage Black

3 p.m. - 1991 U.S. Open Highlights: Payne Stewart at Hazeltine National

4 p.m. - 1999 U.S. Open Highlights: Payne Stewart at Pinehurst No. 2

7 p.m. - Celebrating the U.S. Open

A look at some of the most memorable moments and stories throughout the history of the championship

9 p.m. - Golf's Greatest Rounds: 1974 U.S. Open- Hale Irwin at Winged Foot

All Times Eastern

Wednesday, June 17: History Makers - Johnny Miller’s Final-Round 63 in 1973 U.S. Open, Noon EDT

A look at Johnny Miller’s final-round 63 at Oakmont Country Club in the 1973 U.S. Open. Miller was six strokes behind the leaders following the third round, but he birdied the first four holes on Sunday and was on his way to victory and championship history.

Wednesday, June 17: Golf Channel Programming

Noon - 2008 U.S. Open Highlights: Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines

4:30 p.m. - 2011 U.S. Open Highlights: Rory McIlroy at Congressional

9 p.m. - Golf's Greatest Rounds, 1999 U.S. Open: Payne Stewart at Pinehurst No. 2

All Times Eastern

Thursday, June 18: 2019 U.S. Open Watch Party, Gary Woodland/Joe Buck, 6 p.m. EDT

Gary Woodland and Fox Sports anchor Joe Buck break down Woodland’s thrilling shots and final-round 69 to win the 119th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Friday, June 19: 2015 U.S. Open Watch Party, Jordan Spieth/Hally Leadbetter, 4 p.m. EDT

Jordan Spieth and Discovery Golf producer Hally Leadbetter reflect on the highlights and drama behind the exciting finish on the closing holes at Chambers Bay.

Sunday, June 21: FS1 Schedule

10 a.m. - U.S. Open 1980: The Day Jack Came Back

Memorable duel between Jack Nicklaus and Isao Aoki in the 1980 U.S. Open at Baltusrol

11 a.m. - U.S. Open 2002: The People’s Open

Tiger Woods’ victory at Bethpage State Park, a public golf facility, in 2002

Noon - 2:30 p.m. - 2019 U.S. Open Final Round

All times Eastern 

USGA Streaming App

About the App

The USGA streaming app, launched in 2019 in partnership with Cisco, will provide 24-hour themed U.S. Open programming this week.

The USGA streaming app gives golf fans the opportunity to watch thrilling historical content, as well as rare footage of many of golf’s iconic moments, spanning the 125-year history of the USGA.

The free app is available in the channel stores on Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV. Click here for more information.

Monday Highlight Films Marathon

All-day marathon of the USGA’s library of U.S. Open highlight films, bookended by Jack Nicklaus at Oakmont Country Club in 1962 and Gary Woodland in 2019 at Pebble Beach Resort.

Tiger Tuesday

Tiger Tuesday! All Tiger, all day. Vignettes, feature films and broadcast coverage from all nine of his USGA championships.

Wednesday-Monday: Classic Telecasts

Chronological schedule of final-round broadcasts of classic U.S. Opens, as well as all four rounds of Tiger Woods' record-setting performance in 2000 at Pebble Beach.