Golf US Open 2019 in Live Stream + TV: Results and Leaderboard! Day 4 in Pebble Beach with Kaymer
From the 13th to the 16th of June, the 119th will be held in Pebble Beach, California. US Open in the Golf. With the endowed with 12.5 million US dollars tournament is for the German golf star Martin Kaymer also a little about their own future as a professional golfer. After all, for almost a year, he is the last major tournament he is still qualified to qualify for: With his US Open victory on June 15, 2014, he had a five-year eligibility for the Masters and the British Open. It is now running out.
119th US Open: German golf star Kaymer wants to go back to the future
In time for the third major of the year Kaymer had returned to the top of the world. In the PGA tournament in Dublin, Ohio, he finished third and climbed 97th place again in the top 100 in the world rankings. The form crisis of last year seems to have been overcome. In the Pebble Beach Golf Links Kaymer wants to confirm its upward trend.
Kaymer starts in California in a group with the multiple major winners Zach Johnson (USA) and Ernie Els (South Africa) at 16:51 clock German time. However, favorites for the winner's check of over two million dollars are others: the world ranking first Brooks Koepka, who is aiming for the third victory in series at the US Open. Northern Ireland's golf star Rory McIlroy, who impressively won the Canadian Open this weekend. And of course Tiger Woods. The Superstar won its first US Open 19 years ago: In Pepple Beach - with a record lead of 15 strokes.
Golf US Open 2019 in live stream and TV
If the golf stars Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, Martin Kaymer and Co. are on the green in Pebble Beach at the 119th US Open on Thursday, June 13, 1919, diehard fans of the GolfSports be present live. TheGolf US Open 2019 will also be televised live in Germany.
Golf US Open 2019 in California exclusively on pay-TV at Sky Sport
However, golf fans will only enjoy the US Open 2019 if they have a Sky subscription. The Golf US Open 2019 will be exclusive to Sky are shown and are therefore exclusively on pay TV and not on free TV to see. It starts on Thursday, 13.06.2019, at 21 o'clock on Sky Sport 2 and Sky Sport 2 HD. Alternatively, you can stream the Golf US Open 2019via Sky Go and Sky Ticket.
Golf US Open 2019 in TV and live stream - all broadcast times at a glance
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|06/13/2019||9:00 pm||1st day in Pebble Beach||
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|06/14/2019||9:00 pm||2nd day in Pebble Beach||Sky Sports 2
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|06/15/2019||20.30 clock||3rd day in Pebble Beach||Sky Sports 2
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|06/16/2019||20.30 clock||4th day in Pebble Beach||Sky Sports 2
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Golf US Open 2019 Results and Leaderboard up to date
All results of the Golf US Open 2019 can be found here at news.de.
+++ 16.06.2019: Golfer Kaymer at 119th US Open before final round 41st +++
Germany's top golfer Martin Kaymer has stabilized again at the 119th US Open and is 41st in the final round. One day after his weak round of 75, the 34-year-old from Mettmann played on Saturday (local time) in Pebble Beach a round of 71 and thus the place standard. Overall, the former world number one has now needed 215 strokes. Five years ago, Kaymer celebrated his most recent victory at the US Open.
From his first triumph at a major tournament Gary Woodland may dream. The 35-year-old American is on the Californian coast with 202 strokes further ahead in front of Olympic champion Justin Rose (203) from England. The third place after three days shared title defender Brooks Koepka, his US compatriot Chez Reavie and the South African Louis Oosthuizen with 206 strokes each. Koepka wants to win his third US Open in a row on the heavy par 71 course.
The 15-time Major winner Tiger Woods played like Kaymer a 71er round. The US golf superstar is in the $ 12.5 million tournament with 213 strokes on the shared 27th place.
+++ 15.06.2019: Setback for Golfer Kaymer on Day 2 +++
Germany's top golfer Martin Kaymer lost the lead on the second day of the 119th US Open. The 34-year-old from Mettmann played on Friday (local time) in California's Pebble Beach a weak round of 75 and fell with a total of 144 strokes from the 16th to the divided 56th place back. New leader is Gary Woodland thanks to a strong '65 round. The 35-year-old American leads the third major tournament of the year with 133 strokes ahead of Olympic champion Justin Rose (135) from England and South African Louis Oosthuizen (136).
Kaymer failed to repeat his strong performance the day before in the second round of the $ 12.5 million tournament. The two-time Major winner suffered too many stroke losses on the heavy Par-71 course on the west coast with six bogeys. Two birdies could not significantly improve his record. Five years ago, Kaymer celebrated his last victory at the 2014 US Open.
Defending champion Brooks Koepka keeps in touch with the leaders after his second round of 69s. With 138 strokes, the 29-year-old from the USA is sixth only five shots behind leaders Woodland. Koepka wants to win in Pebble Beach his third US Open in a row. The 15-time Major winner Tiger Woods is with 142 strokes in the split 32nd place.
+++ 14.06.2019: 119th US Open: Golf star Kaymer at the start in the Top 20 +++
Germany's golf star Martin Kaymer got off to a good start in the 119th US Open. The 34-year-old from Mettmann played on Thursday (local time) in Pebble Beach a 69 round and finished the first day in the split 16th place. The leader in the third major tournament of the year is Olympic champion Justin Rose. The Englishman needed 65 strokes to kick off the $ 12.5 million event. Rose leads in front of the Americans Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele, Aaron Wise and the South African Louis Oosthuizen (all 66 strokes).
Kaymer confirmed his ascending form on the heavy par-71 course on California's west coast. The two-time Major winner played six birdies in round one, but also suffered four stroke losses. "Fortunately, the experience helps," Kaymer said. If you've ever won the US Open, you can tell it's not so bad when you play bogeys. The others will play bogeys as well. "For the 2014 US Open champion, it was important to" get a good result today "so as not to lose track of last week's good run at the PGA tournament in Dublin / Ohio Kaymer had recorded his best season result so far in third place.
Defending champion Brooks Koepka also started well in the US Open. The 29-year-old from the USA played like Kaymer a 69 round. One more stroke needed Superstar Tiger Woods. With 70 strokes of the 15-time major winner from the United States was in the split 28th place.
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