2015 US Open Live: Tiger Woods in the US Open Championship, TV Schedule, preview

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are among popular golfers who will vie for the US Open title. The top golfers in the world will battle for the US Open title starting Thursday, June 18, through Sunday, June 21, at Chambers Bay golf course in Washington.

Tigers Woods seeks to have his first major title since 2008 before his life went into turmoil, with scandals and eventually losing his wife. While Woods is no longer the big favorite to win the competition, his presence still attracts the cameras as well as the golf fans around the world.

Phil Mickelson looks for another title and he is one of the favorites to win aside from Rory McIlroy, who longs to add another title into his early career. American Jordan Spieth also is one of the notables to watch in the US Open Championship.

Currently, Dustin Johnson holds the lead at 5-under-par through the 15th hole. Henrik Stenson and Patrick Reed are in the second place at 3-under-par.

US Open 2015 live stream is available on USOpen.com and Fox Sports Mobile. US Open Golf tournament tv schedule is on Fox on Thursday to start with. It will be shifted to Fox Sports 1 at 11:00 AM Central time. I returns to Fox at 7:00 PM ET.

Fox is promising a live streaming virtual reality setup this weekend during the US Open tournament. It’s working with NextVR, so that viewers can pop into any of five camera rigs around the course and peek around like they were really there. According to Fox, “among the technologies in play, VIRTUAL REALITY, AERIAL DRONES, 4K CAMERAS and a gyro-stabilized, 20-mph RC CAMERA CAR, FOX Sports also delivers major coverage enhancements through multiple point-of-view (POV) cameras and VIRTUAL IMMERSIVE GRAPHICS, displaying yardage, green shadows and wind. There will even be tiny “HOLE MIC” microphones in the bottom of every hole of the 250-acre, Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed course.”

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