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DSport picks up US Open rights

Indian pay-television channel DSport has acquired rights for the US Open golf tournament.

The length of the agreement was not disclosed, but the Indian Television news website said that a “long-term” deal has been signed.

The deal begins with the 2017 edition of the major championship, which begins tomorrow (June 15) and concludes on June 18.

DSport will provide daily coverage of the event, which will take place at the Erins Hill golf course in Wisconsin. DSport’s coverage will begin at 8:30pm IST.

DSport also holds rights to two other golf majors: the PGA Championship and the Open.

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