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Carnoustie

The 147th edition of The Open swings into action at Carnoustie, Scotland, as the world’s best golfers go head-to-head for a chance to lift the coveted Claret Jug. Jason Day and Marc Leishman headline the Australian hopes.

 

THURSDAY July 19

3:30pm - 5:00am LIVE 264 FOX Sports More

The Open Championship: Round 1

 

FRIDAY, JULY 20

3:30pm - 5:00am LIVE 264 FOX Sports More

The Open Championship: Round 2

 

SATURDAY, JULY 21

7:00pm - 5:00am LIVE 264 FOX Sports More

The Open Championship: Round 3

 

SUNDAY, JULY 22

22 Jul 6:00pm - 4:30am LIVE 264 FOX Sports More

The Open Championship: Final Round


Comments

Posted by Rod at
21/07/2018 07:54 PM
What a disgrace by those involved in not allowing any of the great golf comps on free to air, most golf players in Australia wouldn’t have fox and we have the most golf courses per capiter in the world, come on GA get your priorities right.
Posted by Kerry at
21/07/2018 07:49 PM
Alan, I agree the golf should be televised on free to air. As for the cycling we are getting to see the best Aussie cyclists in the world and it's a great spectacle. Thanks SBS
Posted by Nealepep at
21/07/2018 06:02 PM
Short sited of the golf adiministraton not to have the majors on free to air The kids who r golfers and members of the future won’t see the excitement of the majors
Posted by Mace at
21/07/2018 03:31 PM
Have just read the headline that Rupert is the new $24.5billion dollar man and your organisation wants me to pay him to watch the British Open? No wonder aussie golf is in such a mess at home,you must be proud!
Posted by Paula at
20/07/2018 07:57 PM
It is wonderful for all those who can afford pay tv but unfortunately like most pensioners my priorities are paying bills and putting food on the table so once again miss out on a great sporting event. Hope all Murdoch followers enjoying
Posted by David Muller at
20/07/2018 09:45 AM
It is ridiculous there is not free to air cover of major golf events. Another sign of sport being all about money & elitist. Is very poor for the development of the sport. How are kids whose families who cant afford/don't want Fox going to watch & maybe get interested. Some kids see the opportunity on TV & sometimes becomes a pathway to improve their life!
Posted by Trish Gray at
19/07/2018 07:37 PM
I agree -- its disgraceful that there is no free to air coverage of this great event. We can't all afford FOXTEL so how about negotiating for some FREE to AIR in the future.
Posted by Keith at
19/07/2018 03:10 PM
Hard to believe - there are only four major golf tournaments in a year and we can only see one on free to air. Yet we have various versions of 'footy' pushed down our throat almost every day. Doesn't make sense when golf is the most popular participation sport!
Posted by Gra at
19/07/2018 12:47 PM
Agree with Alan not only is it entirely irresponsible of your organisation to not have ANY of the majors on free to air but for all of all of us who cannot get or afford Fox to be denied access to major tournaments is disgraceful!
Posted by Murray at
18/07/2018 08:13 PM
Hey Alan If you can watch The Open from 3.30pm to 5.00am is it such a rip off?????
Posted by ron at
18/07/2018 07:49 PM
I agree with the above.IS GA getting a kick back. Who cares unless they make money.
Posted by Daryl Ross at
18/07/2018 05:38 PM
Again no Free to Air. That’s deplorable considering how many free stations there are nowadays.
Posted by Andrew Green at
18/07/2018 03:54 PM
Fox Sports coverage has been great thus far replaying past opens, similar to their coverage of The Masters, Alan old boy yourself a favour get Fox. Love this time of the year fall asleep watching The Open wake up and it is still on
Posted by Alan at
18/07/2018 02:45 PM
Once again nothing on free to air ,we can watch bike riding from Europe ?.? But we cannot watch our best Aussie golfers competing in the oldest major. All stations have second or more channels but unless you can afford Foxtel which is a rip off you miss out for another year.Try checking the TV guide to see some of the shows on offer,it's amazing some of the sports that is covered

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