Sunday's British Open 2011 TV Schedule: Live Coverage On ESPN, ESPN3

The final round of the 2011 British Open gets underway on Sunday as the field tees-off at Royal St. George in Sandwich, England. Because the third major of the year is across the pond, the time difference makes for an early start on Sunday morning, with the broadcast set to begin in the wee hours of the morning on the West Coast. But while coverage begins early, the final group of the day, Darren Clarke and Dustin Johnson, tee-off some three hours later as they battle for The Open Championship.

ESPN has the broadcast rights again on Sunday and will be with the British Open until it concludes in the early afternoon on the East Coast. The broadcast begins at 6 a.m. EDT and is set to run until 1:30 p.m., or whenever the final group finishes its round.

In addition to the broadcast, ESPN will also provide an online stream of the final round. The stream will begin at 6 a.m., at the same time as the broadcast, and can be found at ESPN3.com.

For more 2011 British Open news and results, stay with this StoryStream, visit SB Nation's golf hub, and check out our golf blog, Waggle Room. For full 2011 British Open scores, visit the official Open Championship leaderboard.

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