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The 2013 US Open Golf Championship is happening this week, and golf fans can once again follow key moments live online.

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photo: T. Cowart

Father’s day is coming up, and that can only mean one thing. No, I’m not talking about the chance to get some new gadgets as gifts, even though that’s always nice as well, but about the US Open Golf Championship. The prestigious golf tournament is traditionally happening in the week before Father’s Day, with the finals going down on the day itself, and 2013 is no exception.

Unfortunately, parts the tournament will be happening throughout the week while many of us are at the office. Luckily, key moments will once again be live streamed. Here’s all you need to know about the US Open live stream:

Time and date: The US Open will officially start on June 10, but live streaming won’t be available until Thursday June 13, and continue every day until the finals on Sunday, June 16. Marquee Group live coverage will be available every day from 9am ET until 6pm ET.

Links and apps: Streams can be watched on the official US Open website, as well as through the tournament’s iPhone, iPad and Android apps.

Scores and tweets: Live streaming of the tournament is powered by IBM, which is promising a revamped video player, integration of curated tweets as well as the possibility to create personalized leaderboards.

Image courtesy of Flickr user  T. Cowart.

  1. Jamii T Sarkauskas Sunday, June 16, 2013

    this article doesn’t even BEGIN to answer what its title suggests

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  2. I agree what does this have to do with watching it live online…idiotic!

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  3. This post was also very helpful http://www.real.com/resources/us-open-live sharing where to actually watch coverage online. From Monday, August 29 to Monday, September 9, the biggest names in international tennis will lob it out on the hardcourt at the prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournament in Queens, NY.

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