Quick Bit: The fourth round of the 2022 U.S. Open takes place on Sunday. Here’s everything you need to know about the final day of for the third major of the 2021-22 PGA Tour season.

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The hunt for the season’s third major championship is almost finished.

The question now is who from the field at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., will earn the U.S. Open Championship Trophy. Among the favorites are Rory McIlroy, winner of last week’s Canadian Open; Jon Rahm, who won this event in 2021; Scottie Scheffler, who has three wins this year, including the Masters; and Justin Thomas, winner of the 2022 PGA Championship.

Those players will likely command the most eyes and biggest storylines this week with Tiger Woods announcing he would not play this year’s tournament. At least, they would have, if not for the participation of golfers such as Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and others who have recently defected to the LIV Golf Invitational Series. (UPDATE: Mickelson missed the cut after Friday’s second round.)

Regardless, the U.S. Open figures to play host not only to several days of great golf, but also several fascinating storylines. The Sporting News has everything you need to know to tune in and watch from opening tee to the final putt:

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Watch the U.S. Open live

Dates: June 16-19
TV channels: NBC, USA Network
Live stream: NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app, Peacock, fuboTV

NBC and the USA Network will both broadcast the 2022 U.S. Open. The latter will have morning coverage (except for Saturday), while NBC will have afternoon coverage.

Streaming options for the U.S. Open include Peacock, NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App, all of which will have exclusive coverage at the beginning and end of each day of competition.

USOpen.com and Peacock will also provide morning and afternoon group coverage, as well as live hole coverage on Holes 11,12 and 13, each day of competition. Another option is fuboTV, which will stream coverage that airs on NBC and USA Network.

U.S. Open TV and streaming schedule 2022

Time (ET)
Sunday, June 19
9-10 a.m.

10 a.m.-Noon
USA Network, fuboTV

Noon-7 p.m.
NBC/Peacock, fuboTV

U.S. Open tee times 2022

Round 4: Sunday, June 19

Tee time (ET)
8:49 a.m.
Stewart Hagestad, Harris English
9 a.m.
Brandon Matthews, Sebastian Soderberg
9:11 a.m.
Wil Besseling, Chris Naegel
9:22 a.m.
Tyrrell Hatton, Austin Greaser
9:33 a.m.
Bryson DeChambeau, Grayson Murray
9:44 a.m.
MJ Daffue, Callum Tarren
9:55 a.m.
Joaquin Niemann, Max Homa
10:06 a.m.
Chris Gotterup, Sam Bennett
10:17 a.m.
Patrick Reed, Todd Sinnott
10:28 a.m.
Guido Migliozzi, K.H. Lee
10:44 a.m.
Travis Vick, Brooks Koepka
10:55 a.m.
Justin Rose, Sam Stevens
11:06 a.m.
Joseph Bramlett, Beau Hossler
11:17 a.m.
Xander Schauffele, Andrew Putnam
11:28 a.m.
Marc Leishman, Mackenzie Hughes
11:39 a.m.
Richard Bland, Adam Scott
11:50 a.m.
David Lingmerth, Thomas Pieters
12:01 p.m.
Joohyung Kim, Adam Schenk
12:17 p.m.
Justin Thomas, Cameron Tringle
12:28 p.m.
Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay
12:39 p.m.
Collin Morikawa, Patrick Rodgers
12:50 p.m.
Brian Harman, Davis Riley
1:01 p.m.
Hideki Matsuyama, Dustin Johnson
1:12 p.m.
Min Woo Lee, Sebastian Munoz
1:23 p.m.
Hayden Buckley, Aaron Wise
1:34 p.m.
Matthew NeSmith, Seamus Power
1:50 p.m.
Gary Woodland, Denny McCarthy
2:01 p.m.
Nick Hardy, Joel Dahmen
2:12 p.m.
Rory McIlroy, Sam Burns
2:23 p.m.
Scottie Scheffler, Adam Hadwin
2:34 p.m.
Keegan Bradley, Jon Rahm
2:45 p.m.
Matt Fitzpatrick, Will Zalatoris

U.S. Open purse 2022

The purse and winner’s share for the 2022 U.S. Open have not yet been announced. The 2021 event featured a $12.5 million purse, including a $2.25 million winner’s share.

Among other majors, the Masters and the PGA Championship paid out a total of $15 million this year. The 2021 Open Championship payout was $11.5 million.

U.S. Open odds 2022

Rory McIlroy (+1100) came in favored to win the 2022 U.S. Open, according to odds from Sports Interaction. McIlroy is fresh off a two-stroke win at the RBC Canadian Open during which he outdueled Justin Thomas (+1400) and Tony Finau (+3500) to defend his title at the event.

Speaking of Thomas, he was tied for the second-shortest odds to win the U.S. Open with the world’s No. 1 golfer, Scottie Scheffler (+1400). Thomas was able to come from as many as three strokes down at the Canadian Open to tie McIlroy before bogeying the last two holes to finish in third place. Meanwhile, Scheffler finished in a tie for 18th at 7 under.

The reigning U.S. Open champion, Jon Rahm (+1600), was the only other player listed with better than 20-1 odds to win the tournament.

Below is a list of the U.S. Open golfers with better than 50-1 odds to win the tournament, courtesy of Sports Interaction.

Rory McIlroy
Justin Thomas
Scottie Scheffler
Jon Rahm
Cameron Smith
Matt Fitzpatrick
Patrick Cantlay
Xander Schauffele
Jordan Spieth
Viktor Hovland
Sam Burns
Collin Morikawa
Shane Lowry
Brooks Koepka
Will Zalatoris
Dustin Johnson
Joaquin Niemann
Hideki Matsuyama
Tony Finau
Cameron Young
Billy Horschel
Daniel Berger
Max Homa
Sungjae Im
Tommy Fleetwood
Mito Pereira
Tyrrell Hatton
Louis Oosthuizen
Justin Rose
Bryson DeChambeau

Where is the U.S. Open in 2022?

The 2022 U.S. Open will take place at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., outside Boston. It will be the course’s first time hosting a major championship since hosting the U.S. Open in 1988.

Par: 70
Distance: 7,264 yards

U.S. Open past winners

Winner’s share
Jon Rahm
$2.25 million
Bryson DeChambeau
$2.25 million
Gary Woodland
$2.25 million
Brooks Koepka
$2.16 million
Brooks Koepka
$2.16 million
Dustin Johnson
$1.8 million
Jordan Spieth
$1.8 million
Martin Kaymer
$1.62 million
Justin Rose
$1.44 million
Webb Simpson
$1.44 million
Rory McIlroy
$1.44 million
Graeme McDowell
$1.35 million
Lucas Glover
$1.35 million
Tiger Woods
$1.35 million
Angel Cabrera
$1.26 million
Geoff Ogilvy
$1.23 million
Michael Campbell
$1.17 million
Retief Goosen
$1.13 million
Jim Furyk
$1.08 million
Tiger Woods
$1 million
Retief Goosen
Tiger Woods

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