The Open 2017: Tournament schedule, news, live scores and results

Spieth said nerves calmed after losing lead (1:15)

Jordan Spieth speaks with Michael Collins and credits his previous experience in majors in overcoming losing the lead on Sunday to win The Open. (1:15)

Here is all you need to know about The Open from Royal Birkdale in Southport, England, including day-by-day results, the leaderboard, and analysis.

Round 4 of The Open

Spieth overcomes late stumble to win Claret Jug
Jordan Spieth rallied late in a seesaw round Sunday at The Open to win his third major championship. With the victory, he joined Jack Nicklaus as the only golfers to win three legs of the Grand Slam prior to turning 24. Read

Round 3 of The Open

Grace breaks 63 barrier
South Africa's Branden Grace carded eight birdies and no bogeys to become the first golfer in major championship history to shoot 62. Read

Round 2 of The Open

Spieth wipes away the doubts in Birkdale rainstorm
Plagued by criticism since melting down at the Masters last year, Jordan Spieth let his brilliant resolve do the talking in an English storm Friday afternoon at The Open. Read

Round 1 of The Open

Spieth analyzes -- and chews -- his way into Open lead
Jordan Spieth might not overpower golf courses, but the two-time major champion proved again in Round 1 of The Open that he can pick them apart en route to a share of the 18-hole lead. Read

Complete tournament coverage and schedule

  • Dates: July 20-23

  • Venue: Royal Birkdale; Southport, England

  • Defending champion: Henrik Stenson

  • Tee times: Third round

TV coverage

  • United States: Thursday and Friday, 1:30 a.m.-4 p.m. ET, Golf Channel; Saturday, 4:30-7 a.m. ET, Golf Channel and 7 a.m.-3 p.m. ET, NBC; Sunday, 4-7 a.m. ET, Golf Channel and 7 a.m.-2 p.m. ET, NBC

  • United Kingdom: Sky Sports

  • Australia: Fox Sports Australia

  • India: D Sport

  • South America: ESPN Latin America/ESPN Play

Previewing the tournament

Nature of The Open proves a major equalizer
In three of golf's four major championships, longer hitters own a distinct advantage. Not so at The Open, where variables as wide as the Irish Sea can change a golfer's fortunes. Read