The final major of the 2022 golf season has arrived with The Open Championship set to begin its historic 150th tournament at St. Andrews. The beauty of summer will surround Scotland as The Open returns to the Home of Golf for the first time since 2015. This will be the 30th occasion in which the Old Course will host The Open, and this year's affair is set with a loaded field featuring most of the best golfers in the world.
Collin Morikawa enters as the defending champion, but all eyes will be on Rory McIlroy, who enters as the favorite. The Northern Irishman has been playing some of the best golf of his career lately, and he looks to put a cap on a tremendous season with his first major championship since 2014. After sitting out the U.S. Open for the specific purpose of playing The Open, Tiger Woods is also in attendance for what may well be his last legitimate shot to win a third Claret Jug at St. Andrews. Then there's Matthew Fitzpatrick, who is looking to pull off the rare U.S. Open-Open double after the English won the United States' national championship in June.
While attending The Open Championship can be fun and -- particularly this year -- memorable, simply being able to watch golf on one of the game's grandest stages at St. Andrews is an incredible treat. CBSSports.com is thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage of The Open all week beginning with Round 1. Check out Thursday's Open tee times and our CBS Sports experts' full slate of Open Championship predictions and picks.
Enough talking about it. Here's how you can watch as much of The Open as possible between now and Sunday. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage throughout the final major of 2022.
The world of golf turns its attention to St Andrews and the Old Course this week for the 150th Open Championship. As you would expect, crowds are expected to be huge for the week and there are storylines aplenty around the tournament.
After missing the US Open Tiger Woods is back in action and he has won The Open twice at the Old Course so he will be hoping to rekindle some magic. Collin Morikawa looks to become the first repeat winner of the Claret Jug since Padraig Harrington in 2007-08 and world number one Scottie Scheffler looks to follow Tiger by winning the Masters and The Open at St Andrews in the same year.
There are also plenty of LIV Golf players in the field(opens in new tab) which might add some spice to the tournament and yet the star of the show will be the course itself. Just 16 yards has been added to the course from its last time hosting The Open and Mother Nature will be the course's biggest defense.
It should be one of the greatest golf tournaments ever so make sure you miss none of the action, below are all the streaming details and times you need to know.