How To Watch 2015 British Open Online (Live Stream)

Jordan Spieth is trying to make history, and he’ll continue that attempt this weekend on one of golf’s most historic treks.

Spieth is gunning to go 3-for-3 on majors to start the season, as he and the rest of the pro golfing world take on the Open Championship at St. Andrew’s. Spieth is having a sensational season thus far, having won the Masters in April and the U.S. Open last month.

Spieth’s bid for his third major will garner plenty of attention, but it’s far from the only storyline worth monitoring this weekend. Tiger Woods showed signs of life at the Greenbrier Classic two weeks ago, and he’s had plenty of success at St. Andrew’s, which means he’ll have his usual share of the spotlight. It also figures to be a big week for the legendary Tom Watson, who’s said this will be his final Open.

Coverage of the event all weekend can be seen on ESPN, and ESPN will also live-stream the event starting Thursday morning. TV coverage begins at 4 a.m. ET, as does the live stream, which will follow a featured group in addition to having coverage from the 17th hole, aka the Road Hole.

Click below for the live stream.

Jordan Spieth at the British OpenThumbnail photo via Steve Flynn/USA TODAY Sports Images