Round 1 Tee Times for the Australians in the field.
|PLAYER (TEE)||TEE TIME (AEST)||TEE TIME (LOCAL)|
Listed below are the television times for the various time zones in Australia.
All live broadcasts are on FOX SPORTS 505
|Round 1||Thursday, 18th July||3:30pm - 5:00am|
|Round 2||Friday, 19th July||3:30pm - 5:00am|
|Round 3||Saturday, 20th July||7:00pm - 5:00am|
|Final Round||Sunday, 21st July||6:00pm - 4:00am|
|Round 1||Thursday, 18th July||3:00pm - 4:30am|
|Round 2||Friday, 19th July||3:00pm - 4:30am|
|Round 3||Saturday, 20th July||6:30pm - 4:30am|
|Final Round||Sunday, 21st July||5:30pm - 3:30am|
|Round 1||Thursday, 18th July||1:30pm - 3:00am|
|Round 2||Friday, 19th July||1:30pm - 3:00am|
|Round 3||Saturday, 20th July||5:00pm - 3:00am|
|Final Round||Sunday, 21st July||4:00pm - 2:00am|
The 2019 Open Championship will be the 148th Open Championship, held 18-21 July at Royal Portrush Golf Club (Duncluce Links), County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It will be the 2nd Open Championship played at Royal Portrush Golf Club (Duncluce Links).
For more information about The Open visit the official website.
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