UK pay-TV heavyweight Sky Sports has renewed its broadcast rights to golf’s prestigious US Open major through 2025.

The three-year deal, agreed with the US Golf Association and announced today (May 18), begins with the 2023 edition, to be held at Los Angeles Country Club in California from June 15 to 18, and also covers the 2024 tournament at Pinehurst in North Carolina and the 2025 edition at Oakmont in Pennsylvania.

In addition, the tie-up includes the US Women’s Open, the US Women’s Amateur Championship, the Curtis Cup Match between the UK and Ireland and the USA, the US Senior Open, and the US Amateur Championship.

It continues Sky’s long-standing coverage of the US Open, which began in the 1990s, and maintains its position as the home of golf in the UK.

The broadcaster currently has rights to all four men’s majors (most recently renewing for the prestigious Masters) and all five women’s majors, as well as the US’ PGA Tour and LPGA Tour, the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour), the Ladies European Tour, and the Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup contests between Team Europe and Team USA.

It was announced last year that the Los Angeles Country Club will next host the US Open in 2039 after this year’s event.

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