The field has been set and it includes the world's best players, including defending champion Jon Rahm and Phil Mickelson who missed out on his PGA Championship defense last month. He is of course joined by several other players who signed with LIV Golf,

as well as those who have pledged loyalty to the PGA Tour, such as recent winners Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas.

As we mentioned above the course is The Country Club which has hosted Majors and famously the 1999 Ryder Cup before

One of the five charter clubs founding the United States Golf Association, 2022 marks the fourth US Open hosted by the storied Massachusetts venue.

It will look very different from previous events though because of restoration work done by Gil Hanse and his team, which was to return the look and feel of the course to the layout Francis Ouimet won on back in 1913.


June 16: 6.45am-9:30am (Peacock), 9.30am-2pm (USA), 2pm-5pm (NBC), 5pm-7pm (USA), 7pm-8pm (Peacock)

June 17: 6.45am-9.30am (Peacock), 9.30am-4pm (USA), 4pm-7pm (NBC), 7pm-8pm (Peacock)

June 19: 9am-10am  (Peacock), 10am-12pm (USA), 12pm-7pm (NBC)

Saturday, June 18: 10am-12pm (Peacock), 12pm-8pm (NBC)

NBC and USA Network will televise a lot of the golf during the week whilst NBC's streaming service Peacock will also televise a lot of the action too.