How to Use the FOX Sports Go App to Stream the 2017 Golf’s U.S. Open

The NBA Playoffs are over. Now what? Next on the sports docket is a major golf event: the US Open. Thursday, June 15th marks the beginning of the tournament that will take place in Erin, Wisconsin. The US Open will be broadcast across FOX channels, which means there will be plenty of ways to stream the coverage.

Here’s a quick look at the schedule:

Thursday
9-9:30 a.m., FS1, Undisputed
11 a.m.-6 p.m., FS1
6-9 p.m., FOX

Friday
9-9:30 a.m., FS1, Undisputed
11 a.m.-6 p.m., FS1
6-9 p.m., FOX

Saturday
11 a.m.-8 p.m., FOX
5-8 p.m., FOX Deportes

Sunday
11 a.m.-8:30 p.m., FOX
5:30-8:30 p.m. FOX Deportes

As you can see, the tournament spans two work days before it makes its way into the weekend. Luckily, even if you have to work, you can still catch the action streaming on your computer at work or on your computer because there are quite a few options to watch FOX online.

However, I won’t go too far in the weeds on all this – let’s keep it simple and talk about FOX Sports Go. This is the official site/app for streaming FOX sporting events. All you have to do is go to the site or download the app, and you can stream any of the sporting events broadcast on FOX or FS1… with one catch. You have to log in.

You have to log in.

So how do you get login credentials? Well, if you’re a cable subscriber, it’s easy enough. You just log in with your cable credentials. However, as more and more people cut the cord, well… you might not have a cable subscription, right?

For you cord cutters out there, you can sign up for a few different streaming services that will let you log in to the FOX Sports app. As of right now, a few options include:

  • fuboTV-Free trial, $35 per month if you choose to keep, no contract
  • Sling TV-Free trial, $25 per month if you choose to keep, no contract
  • PlayStation Vue-Free trial, $30 per month (or $40 in some markets) should you keep, no contract

Once you sign up for one of the services, simply use the same login to access the FOX Sports Go app and you can watch all the Golf US Open coverage at work. In fact, you can even watch on your TV at home if you have a Roku or similar streaming player.

And if you choose to use one of the aforementioned services to gain access to the FOX Sports Go app, you may as well try out the service apps themselves. Each comes with live streams of 30+ channels, various features such as DVR, and more.

Think of it as your intro to cord cutting while watching some great golf!

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