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More Than 200 Hours of U.S. Open Championship Programming; Most-Ever U.S. Open Hours on NBC

Rolex Hour – Uninterrupted Coverage For Final Hour of Play – Sunday Night in Primetime on NBC

Peacock Featured Groups Coverage Includes Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm and Max Homa

Peacock Featured Holes – Driveable Par-4 6th Hole, Par-5 14th Hole and Short Par-3 15th Hole

U.S. Open All Access Presented by Lexus Exclusively on Peacock – Whip-Around Show Hosted by Chris Vernon

Production Enhancements Include Rail Cam on Par-3 15th Hole, Incoming Top Tracer on Driveable Par-4 6th Hole

Transcript – Paul Azinger, Brad Faxon, John Wood and Dan Hicks Preview The U.S. Open

STAMFORD, Conn. – June 13, 2023 – NBC Sports begins its comprehensive live coverage of the 123rd U.S. Open from The Los Angeles Country Club this Thursday across NBC, Peacock and USA Network, in what marks the U.S. Open’s first visit to Los Angeles in 75 years.

Thursday and Friday coverage begins exclusively on Peacock at 9:40 a.m. ET, followed by coverage on USA Network at 1 p.m. ET and live primetime coverage on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.

The NBC broadcast network will have 10 straight hours of live coverage on Saturday from 1-11 p.m. ET. Peacock opens Sunday’s coverage at Noon ET, and NBC’s final round coverage starts at 1 p.m. ET.

On Sunday evening, NBC Sports will present the “Rolex Hour” – uninterrupted coverage in partnership with Rolex – during the final hour of play on NBC, as the pivotal shots are made down the stretch at The Los Angeles Country Club en route to determining the U.S. Open champion.

In total, NBC Sports will provide a staggering 200-plus hours of championship coverage surrounding the 2023 U.S. Open, including a record-25 hours on NBC. All NBC coverage streams on Peacock.

123rd U.S. OPEN

Broadcast Team

  • Play by Play: Dan Hicks / Terry Gannon / Steve Sands
  • Analyst: Paul Azinger / Brad Faxon / Brandel Chamblee / Morgan Pressel / Paul McGinley / Nick Dougherty
  • Tower: Brad Faxon / Curt Byrum / Peter Jacobsen / Steve Sands / Jimmy Roberts
  • On-Course: John Wood / Notah Begay III / Smylie Kaufman / Arron Oberholser / Jim Gallagher Jr.
  • Interviews: Damon Hack
  • Essays: Jimmy Roberts

How To Watch – Thursday, June 15 – Sunday, June 18 (all times ET)

  • TV – NBC, USA Network
  • Streaming – Peacock, and the NBC Sports app

DatePeacock USA NetworkNBC/Peacock
Thursday, June 15*9:40 a.m. – 1 p.m.1-8 p.m.8-11 p.m.
Friday, June 16*9:40 a.m. – 1 p.m.1-8 p.m.8-11 p.m.
Saturday, June 171-11 p.m.
Sunday, June 1812-1 p.m.1-10 p.m.

*coverage will begin shortly before the first scheduled tee time

Last week, Paul Azinger, Brad Faxon, John Wood and Dan Hicks previewed this week’s U.S. Open on a media conference call. Click here for the transcript.

NBC Sports will deploy a full complement of cameras and technological enhancements to bring the North Course at The Los Angeles Country Club to life, including;

  • Rail Cam on the devilish par-3 15thhole;
  • Incoming TopTracer on the blind tee shot for the driveable par-4 6thhole;
  • Reverse follow JitaCam on the pivotal 17thhole tee shot;
  • Bunker cams on the 6th, 7thand 14th holes;
  • Drone and airplane cams;
  • SLR shallow depth-of-field cam;
  • High-speed super-slo-mo cams on 1sttee and 9th, 15th and 18th greens;
  • Cameras rising roughly 100 feet atop scorpion cranes along the 1st and 11th holes to provide stunning views of surrounding area and Los Angeles skyline in the distance.


U.S. Open All Access Presented By Lexus is NBC Sports’ new program that will stream exclusively on Peacock, providing viewers with daily whip-around coverage from The Los Angeles Country Club.

Hosted by well-known podcast host Chris Vernon and analyst and current PGA TOUR player Johnson Wagner, U.S Open All Access will complement the traditional broadcast coverage, tapping into the main telecast, featured groups and holes, range cam, and will feature a variety of contributors and analysts.

U.S. Open All Access will stream exclusively on Peacock from 3-8 p.m. ET on Thursday-Saturday and from 2-7 p.m. ET on Sunday.


NBC Sports will also complement its comprehensive U.S. Open coverage with live featured groups Thursday-Sunday, showcasing two morning groups and two afternoon groups each day of the championship.


  • 11:13 a.m. ET – Collin Morikawa, Max Homa and Scottie Scheffler
  • 11:24 a.m. ET – Xander Schauffele, Viktor Holvland and Jon Rahm
  • 4:43 p.m. ET – Tony Finau, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Cantlay
  • 4:54 p.m. ET – Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama and Rory McIlroy

Peacock will also stream featured holes coverage this week highlighting a trio of intriguing holes at The Los Angeles Country Club; the driveable par-4 6th hole, the 624-yard par-5 14th hole, and the short 124-yard 15th hole.

Featured groups will also be shown live on, the new USGA mobile app, the USGA streaming app on connected TV devices, and via DirecTV. In total, there will be more than 100 hours of complementary digital coverage in 2023.

  • Play by Play: George Savaricas / Cara Banks / Steve Burkowski / Justin Kutcher / Steve Schlanger
  • Analysts: Mark Rolfing / John Cook / Craig Perks / Tripp Isenhour / Jim Gallagher Jr. / Arron Oberholser / Paige Mackenzie
  • On-Course: Ned Michaels / Johnson Wagner / Gary Christian / Tripp Isenhour

Golf Central Live From The U.S. Open on GOLF Channel and Peacock surrounds the U.S. Open with approximately 40 hours of studio coverage on-site from The Los Angeles Country Club, previewing the championship and providing pre- and post-round coverage each day.,


Broadcast Team

  • Hosts: Rich Lerner / Cara Banks / Damon Hack
  • Analysts: Brandel Chamblee / Paul McGinley / Brad Faxon / Notah Begay III / Mark Rolfing / Arron Oberholser / Paige Mackenzie / Johnson Wagner
  • Reporters/Contributors: Todd Lewis / Steve Burkowski / Damon Hack / Jaime Diaz / Eamon Lynch / Rex Hoggard / Ryan Lavner
  • On-Course: John Wood (early week)

DateGolf Central – Live From the U.S. Open*
Wednesday, June 1612-9 p.m.
Thursday, June 1711 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Friday, June 1811 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Saturday, June 1911 a.m. – 1 p.m. / 11 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Sunday, June 2011 a.m. – 2 p.m. / 10 p.m. – 12 a.m.
*all times ET, post-round coverage begins following conclusion of play