How to watch and keep track of live scores at the 2019 Emirates Australian Open

The 2019 Emirates Australian Open tees off today at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney and there are a number of great ways to keep track of the action.


A stellar field including Adam Scott, Marc Leishman, Cameron Smith, Sergio Garcia, Ernie Els, Paul Casey and Abraham Ancer all tee off in marquee groupings for the 104th edition of the Australian Open beginning today. ROUND 1 TEE TIMES

So how can you keep track of it all? Here is how.

Traditional Free-to-air TV
Channel 7 are broadcasting each day of the Australian Open from 12 – 5pm.

Live stream
Of course, with channel 7 broadcasting the event, this means their streaming service 7plus will also have the Australian Open from 12-5pm each day.

Australian Open Radio is one of the best ways to keep track of the tournament both on and off the golf course and it returns for 2019. Hosted by SEN’s Andy Maher, keep track of scores and latest developments with top-notch golf banter all week. Coverage begins at 11am on Thursday and Friday, and 12pm on the weekend.

Tune in via website, the SEN Radio app or via the headsets handed out on course.

Australian Open TV
Golf Australia and Australian Open organisers are producing a stack of great content including many of the media conferences and sharing it all down their AOTV YouTube Channel.

Social media #AusOpenGolf
You have a plethora of options here including social media channels from Australian Open and PGA of Australia. And just search via the #AusOpenGolf hashtag to see what everyone else is posting!
Australian Open: Twitter Instagram Facebook
PGA of Australia: Twitter Instagram Facebook

What else?
Everything else you need to know including some of the best golf writing going around will be over at the official Australian Open website.

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