Want to spend your Sunday watching the world's best golfers competing for the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie? Well there are several different sites and services on which you can do so and on this page we're going to explain your best options.
The Open is the oldest golf major and, in its 147th edition, has the very best players in the world going after that famous Claret Jug. Last year's winner Jordan Spieth goes into the final round as the favourite once again, sharing the lead with fellow Americans Keven Kisner and Xander Schauffele.
Probably the biggest story of the 2018 Open is the return to form of legendary player Tiger Woods. He's a few shots behind, but had a storming third round. Could he pull it out of the bag? Of the British interest, there's Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood hoping to have success at Scotland's historic Carnoustie course.
Right now it really is too close to call - we're expecting a very exciting final round of the 2018 Open Championship. If you want to tune in to the coverage, here's how:
Live stream the Open: UK streams
1. Sky Sports Golf HD
If you're a Sky Sports subscriber in the UK you will be able to watch the Open in HD on Sky Go or via Now TV. The latter option allows you to pay just for one day instead of a lengthy subscription - it will cost you £7.99 and you can sign up here (opens in new tab).
2. Watch the official Open stream at theOpen.com/LiveCoverage
If you're a die hard golf fan and you want to watch the official coverage, you can do that for free at theOpen.com (opens in new tab). But we're not expecting it to be very extensive coverage. The last few days have given you the choice of watching holes 8, 9 and 10 or a featured group, so nowhere near what Sky can offer.
Live stream the Open: US stream
Much like in the UK, your option for the best coverage is a paid-for route as Fox Sports is showing it.
As mentioned above, you can still catch much of the Open Championship final day at the official site – theOpen.com. The coverage is streaming completely free, you don't even need to sign in. So if you're in any of the 52 US states, go to theOpen.com and start streaming now (opens in new tab)!
Main image credit: theOpen.com (opens in new tab)