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SiriusXM to Cover the 2024 U.S. Open Championship


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SiriusXM will provide programming coverage for the 124th U.S. Open Championship. As the national audio broadcaster of the U.S. Open, SiriusXM will deliver more than 40 hours of live coverage across all four days of Championship play -- Thursday, June 13 through Sunday, June 16 -- from Course number 2 at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club in North Carolina.

On Thursday and Friday, SiriusXM's coverage will extend from the day's first tee time through the end of play. On the weekend, SiriusXM's on-course coverage will begin at 10am ET on Saturday and Sunday and run through the completion of play both days. If a playoff occurs, SiriusXM will provide live coverage of every shot played.

SiriusXM's U.S. Open Championship broadcast team will feature Taylor Zarzour and Brian Katrek handling play-by-play duties, alongside lead analyst Mark Carnevale. Three-time U.S. Open Champion Hale Irwin will join the SiriusXM team in the booth to provide analysis on Thursday and Friday.

Maureen Madill, Emelia Migliaccio, John Maginnes and Carl Paulson will be on-course reporters. The SiriusXM team will also include Jason Sobel and Jim McLean, who will provide commentary and conduct interviews with players. Immediately following each round, listeners will hear a two-hour wrap-up of the day's play, hosted by Gary Williams.

"Pinehurst No. 2 is one of the most challenging courses in the world. With the best players in golf set to compete there we're excited to bring listeners inside the ropes from the start of the Championship to the finish," said SiriusXM's President and Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein. "With more than 40 hours of live hole-by-hole coverage, and in-depth specials on U.S. Open history and more, we're going to bring our audience closer to what is annually one of the best events in golf."

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