WATCH LIVE US Women’s Amateur 2022: How to stream golf on TV, Roku, Firestick and other devices

The 2022 US Women’s Amateur Golf will be held August 8-14 in Chambers Bay, Washington at the University of Washington. Here’s how to watch the US Women’s Amateur Golf 2022 live stream for free on TV, Roku, Firestick and other devices from anywhere in the world.

This will be a good one for golf fans, here’s everything you need to know to watch and stream the 2022 US Women’s Amateur every round of play:

2022 U.S. Women’s Amateur Golf

  • When: Monday August 8 – 14
  • Time: 6:00 PM ET
  • TV channel: The Golf Channel
  • Direct: Watch for free

The Golf Channel will once again host all the action from the 2022 US Women’s Amateur.

How to watch American Female Amateur 2022

Coverage of the 122nd U.S. Women’s Amateur from Chambers Bay at University Place, Wash., can be found on the Golf Channel, with streaming options available anytime on any mobile device and online through and the app NBC Sports.

Wednesday August 10 golf chain 6 p.m.-9 p.m. 64th final
Thursday August 11 golf chain 7pm-10pm Round of 16
Friday August 12 golf chain 7pm-10pm Quarter-finals
Saturday August 13 golf chain 3-6 p.m. Semi-finals
Sunday August 14 golf chain 7pm-10pm Final

Supported device

  • the Web: Any internet-connected desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone using the latest version of Chrome (recommended), Firefox, Safari, Edge or Internet Explorer.
  • Mobile app: If you have an iPhone or iPad, search “US Women’s Amateur” in the App Store.
  • TV: If you have an Apple TV (4th generation) or Roku, search for “US Women’s Amateur” in the App Store or Roku Channel Store.

Where is the 2022 American female amateur?

  • Location: Chambers Bay, Washington
  • Venue: Chambers Bay Golf Course

Stroke play is in the rearview mirror of the 122nd United States Women’s Amateur Championship. The starting field of 156 has been reduced to 64. Now it’s time for the knockout rounds – five days of head-to-head matches to determine who will lift the Robert Cox Trophy at the end of the week.

With five par-5s and flexible teeing grounds allowing for varying yardages on multiple holes, Chambers Bay is poised to be an exciting course for match play. There are still familiar faces in the mix – including six of the seven 2022 USA Curtis Cup team members who started the week – and new faces, like Alice Zhao, the teenage sensation who made more birdies (14) in stroke play than years she’s been alive (13).

For the fourth time, a USGA champion will be crowned on this scenic municipal course overlooking Puget Sound. There promises to be drama, excitement, heartache and joy on the way to getting there. Here are three things to know before match play.

Who is playing in the 2022 US Women’s Amateur

The 122nd USUS Women’s Amateur field includes 156 players from 14 countries, including the United States, which has competitors representing 34 states. The oldest competitors, both in their 60s, are Marthe Leach of Hebron, Ky., and Ellen Harbor of St. Louis, Mo., while the youngest competitors are 13 Anna Croc from San Diego, California, and Alice Ziyi Zhao of Irvine, California.

As of August 3, eight competitors are ranked in the top 35 of the Women’s World Amateur Golf Rankings:

  • #3 Rachel Heck20 years old, Memphis, Tenn.
  • Number 6 Tsubasa Kajitani18 years old, Japan
  • No. 9 Emilie Migliaccio23 years old, Cary, North Carolina
  • No. 11 Amari Avery18 years old, from Riverside, California.
  • No. 13 Rachel Kuhn21, Asheville, North Carolina
  • No. 23 Bohyun Park19 years old, South Korea
  • No. 27 Megha Ganne, 18 Holmdel, New Jersey
  • No. 32 Brooke Seay21 years old, San Diego, CA.

The No. 1-ranked amateur is absent from the pitch Rose Zhang, winner of the 2019 US Women’s Amateur and reigning NCAA Individual Champion. Zhang and four other top 25 players – the Swedes Ingrid Lindblad (No. 2), England Caley McGinty (#10), defending Augusta Women’s National Amateur Champion Anna Davis (No. 18) and Japan Mizuki Hashimoto (no. 22) – played in the LPGA’s last major tournament of 2022, the AIG Women’s Open in Scotland, which ended on Sunday

2022 USA Women’s Amateur Format, Match Schedule

A starting field of 156 players will face off in Chambers Bay, beginning with two rounds of 18-hole stroke play on August 8 and 9. The field will be reduced to the top 64 players for match play, who will compete in 18-hole match play knockout rounds until the two finalists are determined. The championship will be played over 36 holes in match play on Sunday August 14.

The practice rounds will take place on August 6 and 7, with the championship schedule as follows:

  • August 8: First round, stroke play
  • August 9: Second round, stroke play
  • August 10: Round of 64, match play
  • August 11: 16th and 16th finals, match play
  • August 12: Quarter-final round, match play
  • August 13: Semi-final, match play
  • August 14: 36-hole championship final, match play

Last year at the 121st United States Women’s Amateur Championship

Jensen Castle made headlines – and headlines – last year at Westchester Country Club in Rye, NY, when the 20-year-old became just the third No. 63 seed to win a national championship ( and the first woman to achieve the feat) since the tournament began using the ranking format in the mid-1980s.

Castle, a native of West Columbia, SC, was a rising junior at the University of Kentucky last summer when they beat the University of Arizona All-American Yu-Chiang (Vivian) Hou, 2 and 1, in the 36-hole final. Castle survived a 12-2 playoff to advance to the match play portion of the tournament, then won her next six matches, including a 19-hole semi-final against the then world No. 2. Rachel Heck.

About Chambers Bay

The 122nd US Women’s Amateur marks the fourth USGA Championship held at Chambers Bay, a public golf course located in University Place, Washington The course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II and opened in 2007, traverses 250 acres of rugged landscape along Puget Sound. Built on the site of a former sand and gravel mining operation, the course is the centerpiece of a 930-acre park owned by Pierce County.

Previous USGA Championships at Chambers Bay include the 2010 Men’s US Amateur, won by Peter Uihleinthe men’s US Open 2015, won by Jordan Spiethand the 2021 Men’s US Amateur Four-Ball won by Kiko Francisco Coelho and Leopoldo Herrera III.

Michael C. Ford