2023 AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Tee Times, How to watch on TV, Live Scores

The Australian Open tees off at The Australian Golf Club and The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney this week.

It’s arguably one of the best fields assembled for Australia’s national golf open in years with nearly all of the best Australian golfers in the field including Adam Scott, Cameron Smith, Minjee Lee, Hannah Green, and last week’s Australian PGA Championship winner, Min Woo Lee.


Men’s, Women’s and All-Abilities LIVE Scores via Australian Open website
Men’s Australian Open LIVE Scores via DP World Tour website
Women’s Australian Open LIVE Scores via WPGA website

Australian Open Round 3 tee times
You can check out the tee times for all three fields across both courses via Golf Australia right here.

As usual, though, there are some marquee groupings with some of the highest-ranked golfers to watch.

The format
The Australian Open is once again being played with three distinct trophies up for grabs. The Men’s, Women’s and All-Abilities Australian Opens will be played concurrently across two golf courses. Rounds 1 and 2 will be spread across both The Australian Golf Club and The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney. After the cut on Friday, all the action will be played out at The Australian Golf Club with a winner from each event being decided around 5pm on Sunday.

How to watch
Channel 9, FoxSports and Kayo will be broadcasting live from the Australian Open every afternoon. You can check the details here.

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