The Open 2023: UK start time, TV channel, live stream and tee times as Rory McIlroy eyes first major title since 2014

THE 151st edition of The Open will take place later this month and Rory McIlroy will be aiming to break his long streak without a major win.

The Northern Irishman won the Championship the last time Royal Liverpool played host in 2014.

Rory McIlroy was victorious the last time Royal Liverpool hosted The OpenGETTY


McIlroy almost claimed his long-awaited fifth major title at the US Open in June but narrowly missed out to Wyndham Clark.

Australian Cameron Smith won the prestigious Claret Jug last year at St Andrews.

The LIV Golf star finished at an impressive -20 under par and pipped Cameron Young to the title.

When is The Open 2023?

The Open 2023 will begin on Thursday, July 20 and end on Sunday, July 23.Play is expected to start at 7am on the first two days and 9am over the weekendThe 151st Open will be played at Royal Liverpool.

What channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

The Open will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Golf.Sky Sports customers can live stream the action via the NOW app.You can download the NOW app for free onto your mobile and tablet device.

Tee times

Tee times in BST and ET:

6:35am BST (1:35am ET): Matthew Jordan, Richie Ramsay, Branden Grace6:46am (1:46am): Russell Henley, Jazz Janewattananond, Graeme Robertson6:57am (1:57am): Ryan Fox, Lucas Herbert, Byeong Hun An7:08am (2:08am): Rikuya Hoshino, Charl Schwartzel, Alex Maguire7:19am (2:19am): Adrian Meronk, Pablo Larrazabal, Hiroshi Iwata7:30am (2:30am): Patrick Reed, Connor Syme, Jose Luis Ballester Barrio (A)7:41am (2:41am): Darren Clarke, Victor Perez, Thomas Pieters7:52am (2:52am): Louis Oosthuizen, Joost Luiten, Christo Lamprecht (A)8:03am (3:03am): Stewart Cink, JT Poston, Trey Mullinax8:14am (3:14am): Henrik Stenson, Harris English, Andrew Putnam8:25am (3:25am): Scott Stallings, Jordan Smith, Thorbjorn Olesen8:36am (3:36am): Ernie Els, Kurt Kitayama, Takumi Kanaya8:47am (3:47am): Sam Burns, Sepp Straka, Chris Kirk9:03am (4:03am): Jordan Spieth, Matt Fitzpatrick, Jason Day9:14am (4:14am): Padraig Harrington, Seamus Power, Talor Gooch9:25am (4:25am): KH Lee, Davis Riley, Taiga Semikawa9:36am (4:36am): Patrick Cantlay, Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama9:47am (4:47am): Scottie Scheffler, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott9:58am (4:58am): Cameron Smith, Xander Schauffele, Wyndham Clark10:09am (5:09am): Shane Lowry, Rickie Fowler, Robert MacIntyre10:20am (5:20am): Cameron Young, Si Woo Kim, Bryson DeChambeau10:31am (5:31 am): Nicolai Højgaard, Bio Kim, Kazuki Yasumori10:42am (5:42am): Dan Bradbury, Oliver Farr, Haydn Barron10:53am (5:53am): Marcel Siem, Martin Rohwer, Tiger Christensen (A)11:04am (6:04am): Lee Hodges, Antoine Rozner, Richard Bland 11:15am (6:15am): Yannik Paul, Sami Välimäki, Laurie Canter11:36am (6:36am): Rasmus Højgaard, Matthew Southgate, Alex Fitzpatrick11:47am (6:47am): Daniel Hillier, Kyung Nam Kang, Kensei Hirata11:58am (6:58am): Callum Shinkwin, Kazuki Higa, Michael Kim12:09 pm (7:09 am): Zack Fischer, Taichi Kho, Kyle Barker12:20pm (7:20am): Brendon Todd, Romain Langasque, Travis Smyth12:31pm (7:31am): Gary Woodland, Adrian Otaegui, Alexander Bjork12:42pm (7:42am): Min Woo Lee, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Harrison Crowe (A)12:53 pm (7:53am): Corey Conners, Billy Horschel, Alex Noren13:04 pm (8:04 am): Tom Kim, Tom Hoge, Abraham Ancer13:15pm (8:15am): Zach Johnson, Matt Wallace, David Micheluzzi13:26pm (8:26am): Sahith Theegala, Emiliano Grillo, Dustin Johnson13:37pm (8:37am): Francesco Molinari, Denny McCarthy, Mateo Fernandez De Oliveira (A)13:48pm (8:48am): Brian Harman, Thriston Lawrence, Thomas Detry14:04pm (9:04am): John Daly, Taylor Moore, Danny Willett14:15pm (9:15am): David Lingmerth, Ben Griffin, Ockie Strydom14:26pm (9:26am): Adri Arnaus, Ewen Ferguson, Keita Nakajima14:37pm (9:37am): Keegan Bradley, Sungjae Im, Joaquin Niemann14:48pm (9:48am): Viktor Hovland, Tony Finau, Justin Thomas14:59pm (9:59am): Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Justin Rose15:10pm (10:10am): Collin Morikawa, Max Homa, Tyrrell Hatton15:21pm (10:21am): Phil Mickelson, Nick Taylor, Adam Schenk15:32pm (10:32am): Nacho Elvira, Marc Warren, Alejandro Cañizares15:43pm (10:43am): Guido Migliozzi, Oliver Wilson, Connor McKinney15:54pm (10:54am): Kalle Samooja, Shubhankar Sharma, Gunner Wiebe16:05pm (11:05am): Jorge Campillo, Brandon Robinson Thompson, Michael Stewart16:16pm (11:16am): Hurly Long, Seungsu Han, Marco Penge

What has been said?

Speaking ahead of the 2023 Open, Rory McIlroy said: “When I finally win this next major, it’s going to be really, really sweet.

“I would go through 100 Sundays like this to get my hands on another major championship.

“The golf course was playing really tricky but all in all, I played a solid round. It is fine margins at this level, at this tournament especially, but I fought to the very end.

“I’ll keep coming back until I get another one.”

Who are the favourites?

Here are the favourites at the 2023 Open:

Rory McIlroy – 7/1Scottie Scheffler – 7/1Jon Rahm – 11/1Cameron Smith – 14/1Brooks Koepka – 16/1Viktor Hovland – 16/1Rickie Fowler – 18/1Tommy Fleetwood – 18/1Tyrell Hatton – 18/1Xander Schauffele – 22/1

*Odds courtesy of Paddy Power and are correct at the time of publication.

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