2016 U.S. Open Championship TV Schedule on FOX Sports

2016 U.S. Open Championship TV schedule Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The 116th U.S. Open takes place at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania June 16-19, where defending champ Jordan Spieth hopes to rebound from his late collapse at The Masters in April. Challenging Spieth are Jason Day, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Henrik Stenson and Adam Scott. FS1, FOX and FOX Sports GO combine to televise all four rounds. FS1 airs a 30-minute wrap-up show following each round. Joe Buck and analysts Paul Azinger and Brad Faxon anchor the coverage from the 18th Hole. Others on the FOX broadcast team are announcers Mark Brooks and Steve Flesch, and on-course reporters Ken Brown, Juli Inkster, Scott McCarron and Curtis Strange.

2016 U.S. Open Championship TV Schedule on FOX Sports
Thursday, June 16: First Round, 10am-5pm ET, FS1; 5-8pm ET, FOX
Friday, June 17: Second Round, 10am-5pm ET, FS1; 5-8pm ET, FOX
Saturday, June 18: Third Round, 11am-7pm ET, FOX
Sunday, June 19: Final Round, 11am-7:30pm ET, FOX
(In the event of a tie after the Final Round, an 18-hole playoff airs Monday, June 20, at 12pm ET on FOX.)

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