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Sky Sports Golf podcast: Andrew Coltart and David Howell feature in special preview of The Open | Golf News

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Sky Sports Golf podcast: Andrew Coltart and David Howell feature in special preview of The Open | Golf News

Can Rory McIlroy claim a first major win since 2014? Will Cameron Smith defend his title at The Open? Who could impress at Royal Liverpool? Download and listen to the latest edition of the Sky Sports Golf podcast

Last Updated: 18/07/23 10:37pm

Collin Morikawa gave viewers a special behind-the-scenes look at the players' locker room at Royal Liverpool, including the 'Champions Corner' reserved for former champions

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Collin Morikawa gave viewers a special behind-the-scenes look at the players’ locker room at Royal Liverpool, including the ‘Champions Corner’ reserved for former champions

Collin Morikawa gave viewers a special behind-the-scenes look at the players’ locker room at Royal Liverpool, including the ‘Champions Corner’ reserved for former champions

Rory McIlroy’s impressive victory at the Genesis Scottish Open, a strong week for Robert MacIntyre’s Ryder Cup hopes and a look ahead to the final men’s major of the year all feature in the latest edition of the Sky Sports Golf podcast.

Former Ryder Cup players Andrew Coltart and David Howell join regular host Josh Antmann to discuss a busy week in the sport, where McIlroy birdied his final two holes to claim a second successive Rolex Series title.

The panel reflect on the manner of McIlroy’s victory and the reasons for him playing so well in brutal conditions, with mixed opinions on whether the Northern Irishman has ever previously closed out a win better.

There’s plenty of chat on MacIntyre’s runner-up finish at the Renaissance Club and what that could mean for his hopes of a potential debut for Team Europe later this autumn, plus the guests try and explain how Scottie Scheffler can turn his incredible form into more victories.

The guests debate the prospect of Padraig Harrington trying to force his way into contention for a Ryder Cup captain’s pick, which would make him the oldest player in the tournament’s history, with The Open this week in Hoylake giving the Irishman the chance to impress.

Legendary golf coach Pete Cowen claims that 51-year-old Padraig Harrington deserves a spot in the European team ahead of the Ryder Cup in Rome and reveals that increased power has helped him improve his game recently

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Legendary golf coach Pete Cowen claims that 51-year-old Padraig Harrington deserves a spot in the European team ahead of the Ryder Cup in Rome and reveals that increased power has helped him improve his game recently

Legendary golf coach Pete Cowen claims that 51-year-old Padraig Harrington deserves a spot in the European team ahead of the Ryder Cup in Rome and reveals that increased power has helped him improve his game recently

Iona Stephen joins in at Royal Liverpool to explain how The Open is being a more sustainable championship in recent years, before the panel turn their attention to the challenge players are going to face and who could end the week lifting the Claret Jug.

Who will win the final men’s major of the year? Which golfer could be the surprise package at The Open? Listen to the latest episode to hear the Sky Sports pundit predictions for who could impress at The Open!

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When is The Open live on Sky Sports?

Sky Sports will have round-the-clock coverage from The Open, with 80 hours of live programming across the tournament week and a host of extra programming available to enjoy.

Wall-to-wall coverage will begin from 6.30am for the first two tournament days on Thursday July 20 and Friday July 21, ahead of the opening tee shot at 6.35am, with the action live until 9pm for each of the opening two rounds.

The waiting is almost over for the final men’s major of the year, with round-the-clock coverage from The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool live from Thursday on Sky Sports Golf

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The waiting is almost over for the final men’s major of the year, with round-the-clock coverage from The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool live from Thursday on Sky Sports Golf

The waiting is almost over for the final men’s major of the year, with round-the-clock coverage from The 151st Open at Royal Liverpool live from Thursday on Sky Sports Golf

Day three coverage begins at 9am and runs through until after the action is finished, with early play live on the red button as ‘Saturday at The Open’ offers updates from the course alongside shot centre challenges, special guests, fun features and much more, while the same offering stars from 8am for Sunday’s final round.

There is also lots of extra coverage available throughout each day via the red button on Sky Sports Golf, along with Sky Q and Sky Glass, with Featured Groups and Featured Hole feeds available to enjoy as the world’s best players tackle Royal Liverpool.

Watch The 151st Open throughout the week exclusively live on Sky Sports. Live coverage of the opening round begins on Thursday from 6.30am on Sky Sports Golf.

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