This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Sky Sports Xtra on Thursday, July 18 2019

06:00Nick Dougherty's Tee Time Tips Sky Sports pundit Nick Dougherty returns for more tips on how to improve your game from The Open. Also in HD 
06:30The Open Championship - Live The year's final Major begins with day one of The 148th Open Championship, held at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Francesco Molinari begins as the reigning holder of the Claret Jug. Also in HD 
20:30The Open Verdict - Live The verdict from the opening day of The 148th Open Championship, held at Royal Portrush Golf Club in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Also in HD 
21:30The Open - Highlights The year's final Major begins with day one of The 148th Open Championship, held at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Francesco Molinari begins as the reigning holder of the Claret Jug. Also in HD 
23:00Open Films: Spieth 2017 A chance to relive The 2017 Open at Royal Birkdale. Sweden's Henrik Stenson came in as the defending champion from 2016's tournament at Royal Troon. Also in HD 
00:00The Open - Highlights The year's final Major begins with day one of The 148th Open Championship, held at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Francesco Molinari begins as the reigning holder of the Claret Jug. Also in HD 
01:30Open Films: Stenson 2016 The official film of The 2016 Open Championship, held at Royal Troon in Scotland. This enthralling tournament saw a fascinating final-day duel, and a maiden Major winner. Also in HD 
02:30The Open - Highlights The year's final Major begins with day one of The 148th Open Championship, held at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland. Francesco Molinari begins as the reigning holder of the Claret Jug. Also in HD 
04:00The Open Films: Clarke 2011 A look back at some of the best contests at The Open. Here, a look at The 2011 Open at Royal St George's Golf Club, as a Northern Irish golfer enjoyed a memorable week. Also in HD 
05:001999: The Toughest Open A chance to relive the 1999 Open Championship, held at Carnoustie. This tournament - which would go down as one of the toughest in Open history - saw a three-way play-off for the title. Also in HD 
06:00Nick Dougherty's Tee Time Tips Sky Sports pundit Nick Dougherty returns for more tips on how to improve your game from The Open. Also in HD