After three eventful -- and bogey filled -- days at the Merion Golf Club, a U.S. Open champion will be crowned on Sunday. Phil Mickelson opens the final round with the lead, and viewers not able to watch in person or on television will still be able to follow Mickelson and others via online streams.
With NBC broadcasting the final round, there will be more than seven hours of live streaming available from the NBC-Golf Channel Golf Live Extra website. The stream is scheduled to begin at noon (ET) and continue until a champion is crowned. In addition to the online simulcast of NBC's coverage, USOpen.com will also provide a stream of a marquee group. That stream will be available both online at USOpen.com and via the official U.S. Open mobile application. The application is free to download and is available for Apple and Android devices through iTunes and the Google Play Store.
Mickelson shot an even-par 70 on Saturday and is the only player under par heading into the final 18 holes. He's finished as the runner-up in the U.S. Open five times in his career and will attempt to avoid that fate for a sixth time on Sunday. He'll play in the final group on Sunday which is scheduled to tee off at 3:20 p.m. While viewers will have to wait a few hours for the leaders to hit the course, the early stream should feature a heavy dose of Tiger Woods. Woods begins the round at 9-over and will tee off at 12:02 p.m.
Here's a complete look at Sunday's coverage including the streaming options and television and radio schedules.
Sunday's final round coverage
TBD - Marquee Group
Noon - 7 p.m. - Live video
Noon - 7:30 p.m. - Live coverage on NBC
2 p.m. - 8 p.m. - Live coverage on ESPN Radio