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2015 U.S. Senior Open: Here’s where to follow the championship on TV, online

Volunteers Gary Constable of Livermore, left, and Scott Moeszinger of Placerville relax at the 12th hole at Del Paso Country Club as they wait for golfers to to pass through during practice rounds of the 2015 U.S. Senior Open. If you aren’t at the event – or even if you are – options exist for following the action.
Volunteers Gary Constable of Livermore, left, and Scott Moeszinger of Placerville relax at the 12th hole at Del Paso Country Club as they wait for golfers to to pass through during practice rounds of the 2015 U.S. Senior Open. If you aren’t at the event – or even if you are – options exist for following the action. rpench@sacbee.com

The 2015 U.S. Senior Open golf tournament, being played June 25-28 at Sacramento’s Del Paso Country Club, represents one of the most significant athletic competitions ever staged in the capital region. All four days of the tournament will be televised, and continuously updated information will appear on sacbee.com.

Here’s where to follow the national championship for over-50 players on television and online:

TV

▪ Fox Sports 1 will provide live midday coverage for the first two rounds, Thursday and Friday. Coverage will run from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Coverage will move to the main Fox network for the third and fourth rounds, Saturday and Sunday, with the same 11 a.m.-4 p.m. broadcast times.

Veteran announcer Joe Buck and golfing great Greg Norman anchor Fox’s television coverage, leading a large team that includes Sacramento-born pros Scott McCarron and Natalie Gulbis, among many others.

Online

▪ Live coverage will be provided on a sacbee.com live blog through all four rounds. The Sacramento Bee’s Steve Pajak will lead the coverage, which will include many other sources sending updates, highlights and photos. Attendees can use #USSeniorOpen with Tweets they wish to have included on the live blog report.

Tee times

▪ Competition begins at 7 a.m. Thursday and Friday, with pairings set for the first two rounds and adjusted Saturday after the cut. Here are pairings and tee times from the United States Golf Association.

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