After a year of interruption, the British Open will be held again.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the cancellation of major golf events in 2020, but the 2021 British Open will continue. This means that defending champion Sean Lowry will eventually have a chance to defend his only Grand Slam champion.
Lowry’s game will be as intense as usual. World number one Jon Rahm (Jon Rahm) will seek another strong performance to support his first Grand Slam victory at the U.S. Open, while other top 20 golfers in the world have 18 will join him. The only non-participant of the group will be Hideki Matsuyama, who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Among these top golfers, Bryson DeChambeau will be a person to watch because he is participating in his first game There is a new caddy on the bagBefore the Rockets Mortgage Classic in Detroit, DeChambeau had a public breakup with his former caddie Tim Tucker.
Of course, DeChambeau’s competitor Brooks Koepka will play, so it will be interesting to see if the two continue Their long-term beef.
Of course, there are many reasons to watch the British Open at the Royal St. George Golf Course. This is all the information you need to know about the event, including the various ways to watch the event.
Watch the British Open live
The Golf Channel and NBC will separate live coverage of the 2021 British Open, just as they did for the 2021 US Open. The Golf Channel will exclusively broadcast the first two rounds of the game, and NBC will broadcast it in most weekend reports on Saturday and Sunday.
2021 British Open TV schedule
|date||Time (ET)||TV channel|
|Thursday, June 17||4 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Golf channel, Fubo TV|
|Friday, June 18||4 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Golf channel, Fubo TV|
|Saturday, June 19||5 am-7 am||Golf channel, Fubo TV|
|7 a.m. to 3 p.m.||National Broadcasting Corporation, Fubo TV|
|Sunday, June 20||4 a.m.-7 a.m.||Golf channel, Fubo TV|
|7 a.m. to 2 p.m.||National Broadcasting Corporation, Fubo TV|
British Open live schedule
The 2021 British Open will be broadcast mainly on Peacock and Peacock Premium, both of which are affiliates of NBC. Peacock will mainly provide coverage of feature groups and feature holes, while Peacock Premium will provide a simulcast of the golf channel and NBC radio.Another option is fuboTV, which provides 7-day free trial.
|Thursday, June 17||3 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Featured Group|
|5:30 a.m.-3 p.m.||Featured Holes (14-16)|
|Friday, June 18||3 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Featured Group|
|5:30 a.m.-3 p.m.||Featured Holes (14-16)|
|Saturday, June 19||6 am-2 pm||Featured Group|
|7 am-1 pm||Featured Holes (14-16)|
|Sunday, June 20||5 a.m.-1 p.m.||Featured Group|
|6 a.m. to 12 p.m.||Featured Holes (14-16)|
|Thursday, June 17||1:30 a.m.-4 a.m.||Live report on the first day|
|4 a.m. to 3 p.m.||The first round of the Golf Channel|
|3pm-4pm||Live report on the first day|
|Friday, June 18||1:30 a.m.-4 a.m.||On-site report the next day|
|4 a.m. to 3 p.m.||Golf Channel 2nd Round Hookup|
|3pm-4pm||On-site report the next day|
|Saturday, June 19||5 am-7 am||Golf Channel Round 3 Hookup|
|7 a.m. to 3 p.m.||NBC Round 3 Hookup|
|Sunday, June 20||4 a.m.-7 a.m.||Golf Channel 4th Round Hookup|
|7 a.m. to 2 p.m.||NBC Round 4 Hookup|
2021 British Open kick-off time
The kick-off time of the open tournament will be updated when it is announced.
2021 British Open wallet
The 2021 British Open will have the largest prize money in event history.The total amount of bonuses distributed is $11.5 million, Higher than the $10.5 million in 2019.
The winner will take home USD 2.07 million, Marking the first time that the Open will provide more than $2 million in prize money. The 2019 champion Shane Lowry made $1.935 million.
2021 British Open odds
Joan Ram (+700) After winning his first major at the US Open last month, he is very hopeful to win the British Open. This means that a bet of $100 on Rahm will result in a payout of $700.
Jordan Spieth (+1400), Rory McIlroy (+1400), Dustin Johnson (+1800), Xander Schauffele (+1800) with Brooks Koepka (+1800) The top six favorites, each odds comes from DraftKings sports betting.
Where is the British Open in 2021?
The 2021 British Open will return to the Royal St. George Golf Course for the first time since 2011. The stadium is located in Sandwich, England, and has hosted 14 British Opens.
- by: 70
- distance: 7,204 yards
Previous British Open champions
Here are every winner of the British Open since World War II. Shane Lowry is the most recent Grand Slam champion in 2019. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 event has been cancelled.
|2019 year||Sean Lowry||Royal Portrush||-15|
|2017||Jordan Spieth||Royal Birkdale||-12|
|2016||Henrik Stenson||Royal Tren||-20|
|2015||Zach Johnson||St Andrews||-15|
|Year 2014||Rory McIlroy||Hoylake||-17|
|year 2013||Phil Mickelson||Mufield||-3|
|2012||Ernie Els||Royal Latham and St Anne||-7|
|year 2011||Darren Clark||Royal Saint George||-5|
|year 2010||Louis Oshoson||St Andrews||-16|
|Year 2009||Stewart Sinker||Turnberry||-2|
|Year 2008||Padreig Harrington||Royal Birkdale||+3|
|year 2006||Tiger Woods||Royal Liverpool||-18|
|2005||Tiger Woods||St Andrews||-14|
|year 2004||Todd Hamilton||Tren||-10|
|Year 2003||Ben Curtis||sandwich||-1|
|year 2002||Ernie Els||Mufield||-6|
|2001||David Duval||Royal Latham and St Anne||-10|
|2000’s||Tiger Woods||St Andrews||-19|
|Year 1999||Paul Laurie||Carnoustie||+6|
|1998||Mark Omila||Royal Birkdale||B|
|1997||Justin Leonard||Royal Tren||-12|
|1996||Tom Lehman||Royal Latham and St Anne||-13|
|the year 1995||John Daly||St Andrews||-6|
|1993||Greg Norman||Royal St. George, Sandwich||-13|
|year 1991||Ian Baker-Finch||Royal Birkdale||-8|
|1990||Nick Faldo||St Andrews||-18|
|in 1989||Mark Kalkavika||Royal Tren||-13|
|1988||Sevi Ballesteros||Royal Latham and St Anne||-11|
|year 1987||Nick Faldo||Mufield||-5|
|1985||Sandy Lyle||Royal St. George, Sandwich||+2|
|1984||Sevi Ballesteros||St Andrews||-12|
|1983||Tom Watson||Royal Birkdale||-9|
|1982||Tom Watson||Royal Tren||-4|
|1981||Bill Rogers||Royal St. George, Sandwich||-4|
|in 1980||Tom Watson||Mufield||-13|
|1979||Sevi Ballesteros||Royal Latham and St Anne||-1|
|1978||Jack Nicklaus||St Andrews||-7|
|1976||Johnny Miller||Royal Birkdale||-9|
|1974||Gary Player||Royal Latham and St Anne||-2|
|1973||Tom Wiskopf||Royal Tren||-12|
|In 1970||Jack Nicklaus||St Andrews||283|
|1969||Tony Jacklin||Royal Latham and St Anne||280|
|1965||Peter Thomson||Royal Birkdale||285|
|1964||Tony Lema||St Andrews||279|
|1963||Bob Charles||Royal Latham and Saint Anne||277|
|In 1960||Kyle Nagel||St Andrews||278|
|In 1959||Gary Player||Mufield||284|
|In 1958||Peter Thomson||Royal Latham and Saint Anne||278|
|In 1957||Bobby Rock||St Andrews||279|
|In 1955||Peter Thomson||St Andrews||281|
|In 1953||Ben Hogan||Carnoustie||282|
|In 1952||Bobby Rock||Royal Latham and Saint Anne||287|
|In 1951||Max Faulkner||Royal Portrush||285|
|In 1946||Sam Snyder||St Andrews||290|