The 2021 Open Championship kicks off on Sunday with just 18 holes of golf left on one of the best courses in the UK. Royal St. George’s in Sandwich, England, is hosting this event for the first time in ten years, and both the scenery and the golf were both great through 54 holes.
Sunday’s story revolves around leader Louis Oosthuizen. Will he win his second major after dominating this championship season? Will Collin Morikawa (one back) or Jordan Spieth (three back) stop him? Will someone come from afar and burn down Royal St. George’s like Phil Mickelson did with Muirfield Village in 2013? So many questions are answered on Sunday afternoon.
The nice thing is that the course starts to boil a bit. It was playing about a stroke over par in round 3 on Saturday and several leaders made him falter. Jon Rahm had some really interesting comments about pin positions and how much harder the play was than it looked. It will probably only get harder from now on, which will be painful for golfers, but a great show for us at home to watch.
Check out a full set of round 4 tee times so you know when to watch your favorite golfers, along with our open coverage schedule so you can plan the rest of your week around the second major of the year.
All times Eastern
Round 4 — Sunday 18 July
Start time round 4: 3 am
Open live stream: 5am to 12pm on Peacock
- Recommended groups — 5 AM to 1 PM
- Highlighted Holes (14-16) — 6am to 12pm
TV coverage: 4-7 p.m. on Golf Channel, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on NBC, fuboTV (Try for free)
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