U.S. Open 2016: Scores, live streams, tee times and television schedule

Oakmont Country Club, site of the 2016 U.S. Open
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Oakmont will play host to its ninth U.S. Open this year, the most of any course.
By Matt S. Craig
PGA.com
PGA (Turner)

Series: PGA Tour

Published: Sunday, June 19, 2016 | 9:46 a.m.

Here are the 2016 U.S. Open scores, tee times, television and live stream schedules and everything else you need to know for the 116th playing of the event, which returns to Oakmont for a record ninth time this year.

SCORES: The U.S. Open leaderboard is here.

TV TIMES: FOX will cover the Sunday action from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fox Deportes also offers a telecast in Spanish from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Sunday. Additionally, online streaming options are available of featured groups and featured holes via foxsportsgo.com and usopen.com.

PLAYERS TEE TIME
Justin Hicks 10:00 AM
Spencer Levin, Ethan Tracy 10:10 AM
Matt Fitzpatrick, Romain Wattel 10:20 AM
Tim Wilkinson, Danny Lee 10:30 AM
Hideto Tanihara, Matt Marshall 10:40 AM
James Hahn, Andrew Johnston 10:50 AM
Martin Kaymer, Angel Cabrera 11:00 AM
Lee Slattery, Ryan Moore 11:10 AM
Danny Willett, Brandon Harkins 11:20 AM
Bill Haas, Emiliano Grillo 11:30 AM
Matteo Manassero, Marc Leishman 11:40 AM
Chase Parker, Jon Rahm (a) 11:50 AM
Bubba Watson, Byeong Hun An 12:00 PM
Cameron Smith, Charley Hoffman 12:10 PM
David Lingmerth, Chris Wood 12:20 PM
Rob Oppenheim, Brooks Koepka 12:30 PM
Jason Kokrak, Justin Thomas 12:40 PM
Kevin Kisner, Andy Sullivan 12:50 PM
Louis Oosthuizen, Russell Knox 1:00 PM
Graeme McDowell, Jordan Spieth 1:10 PM
Matt Kuchar, Gregory Bourdy 1:20 PM
Jim Furyk, Harris English 1:30 PM
Patrick Rodgers, Yusaku Miyazato 1:40 PM
Rafa Cabrera Bello, Charl Schwartzel 1:50 PM
Billy Horschel, Adam Scott 2:00 PM
Brendan Steele, Derek Fathauer 2:10 PM
Sung Kang, Daniel Berger 2:20 PM
Jason Dufner, Kevin Na 2:30 PM
Kevin Streelman, Zach Johnson 2:40 PM
Bryson DeChambeau, Jason Day 2:50 PM
Scott Piercy, Sergio Garcia 3:00 PM
Branden Grace, Daniel Summerhays 3:10 PM
Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson 3:20 PM
Andrew Landry, Shane Lowry 3:30 PM

MAJOR CHAMPIONS AT OAKMONT: The 2016 U.S. Open will mark the twelfth men's major championship held at Oakmont. 

FIELD: Every year, thousands of entrants attempt to advance to one of golf's grandest stages. This year, there were 9,877 entrants into the local qualifying rounds, from all 50 states and 72 different countries. The field narrowed to roughly 1,000 competitors at the sectional qualifying round level, and was then trimmed to a final U.S. Open field of 156 golfers.

COMPETITION: The U.S. Open is a 72-hole stroke-play tournament. If two or more players are tied after the regulation 72 holes, there will be a full 18-hole playoff the following day (Monday). If a tie exists after that fifth round, then the playoff continues as sudden-death on the 91st hole, which has occurred three times since the rule was implemented (1990, 1994, 2008).

HOST VENUE: Founded in 1903 by industrialist Henry Clay Fownes, Oakmont Country Club was the first golf course in the United States to be recognized as a National Historic Landmark. Oakmont has previously hosted 15 USGA championships, including five U.S. Amateurs, three PGA Championships, two U.S. Women's Opens, and eight U.S. Opens (1927, 1935, 1953, 1962, 1973, 1983, 1994 and 2007). This accounts for the most major championships and the most U.S. Opens of any American club.

HOST COURSE: Considered by many to be one of the most difficult courses in North America, Oakmont features hard, slick greens and over 210 bunkers, including the signature "church pews." The most recent major championship held at Oakmont, the 2007 U.S. Open, was won by Angel Cabrera with a score of five over par. Here are the 11 other men's champions crowned at Oakmont:

--Gene Sarazen, 1922 PGA Championship (4 & 3)
--Tommy Armour, 1927 U.S. Open (301, +13)
--Sam Parks, Jr., 1935 U.S. Open (299, +11)
--Sam Snead, 1951 PGA Championship (7 & 6)
--Ben Hogan, 1953 U.S. Open (283, -5)
--Jack Nicklaus, 1962 U.S. Open (283, -1)
--Johnny Miller, 1973 U.S. Open (279, -5)
--John Mahaffey, 1978 PGA Championship (278, -6)
--Larry Nelson, 1983 U.S. Open (280, -4)
--Ernie Els, 1994 U.S. Open (279, -5)
--Angel Cabrera, 2007 U.S. Open (285, +5)

FUTURE US OPENS: The host venues for the U.S. Open are established through 2026. They are: 

117th U.S. Open
Erin Hills
Erin, Wisconsin
June 15-18, 2017

118th U.S. Open
Shinnecock Hills
Long Island, New York
June 14-17, 2018

119th U.S. Open
Pebble Beach
Monterey County, California
June 13-16, 2019

120th U.S. Open
Winged Foot
Mamaroneck, New York
June 18-21, 2020

121st U.S. Open
Torrey Pines
La Jolla, California
June 17-20, 2021

122nd U.S. Open
The Country Club
Brookline, Massachusetts
June 16-19, 2022

123rd U.S. Open
Los Angeles Country Club
Los Angeles, California
June 15-19, 2023

124th U.S. Open
Pinehurst No. 2
Pinehurst, North Carolina
June, 2024

125th U.S. Open
Oakmont Country Club
Oakmont, Pennsylvania
June, 2025

126th U.S. Open
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
Southhampton, New York
June, 2026

Visit the United States Golf Association's official site for more information on the U.S. Open.

 

Matt S. Craig is a PGA.com intern and a Digital Sports Production student at Ball State University.