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When is the PGA Championship on Sky Sports? TV times, top news coverage and how to watch live from Valhalla | Golf news

The men’s main season continues at the PGA Championship, with extensive coverage of Valhalla exclusively live on Sky Sports this month.

Scottie Scheffler becomes the pre-tournament favorite after his dominant start to 2024, where a second Masters win in three years and a successful title defense at The Players were among four wins this year.

Scheffler finished in a tie for second place last year behind five-time major champions Brooks Koepkawho comes in after winning the LIV Golf League event in Singapore and can become the first player since then Tiger Woods to win the Wanamaker Trophy four times.

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Highlights from the final round of the 2023 PGA Championship at Oak Hill, where Brooks Koepka lifted the trophy for the third time

Woods returns to competitive action after successfully completing 72 holes at The Masters last month, with the former world number 1 winning the event in Valhalla in 2000 as part of the infamous ‘Tiger Slam’.

Rory McIlroy is also a former champion at Valhalla, claiming a one-off win the last time the tournament was held there in 2014 to register the most recent of his four major titles, with the Northern Irishman already a winner on the PGA Tour this year .

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As Rory McIlroy prepares to win his first major title since the 2014 PGA Championship, watch the best moments from his final round in Valhalla.

Jordan Spieth has another chance to participate in the Grand Slam career, while Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau And Cameron Smith will join Koepka as one of 16 LIV Golf League players in action.

There is also the possibility of a new major champion, with Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay, Max Homa and Ryder Cup star Ludvig Ã…berg they all want to make the PGA Championship their first major title.

Live PGA Championship Golf

Thursday, May 16, 1 p.m

When will the coverage be live on Sky Sports?

Sky Sports is once again home to the PGA Championship, with more than 40 hours of live coverage across the four tournament days and a host of additional tournament programming throughout the week.

Live coverage of the tournament itself begins on Thursday 16 May and Friday 17 May from 1pm on Sky Sports Golf, while the action starts from 2pm this weekend and continues long after the matches close.

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Daily highlights are available every morning, along with an extensive program of Paul McGinley and Brandel Chamblee debating the best of the day, with the final round shown in full the day after the tournament.

Key TV times (all BST and on Sky Sports Golf)

Tuesday – 1400-2200 – Live from the PGA Championship

Live from the PGA Championship

Tuesday, May 14, 2 p.m

Wednesday – 1400-2200 – Live from the PGA Championship

Thursday – 1300-0000 – Day One LIVE!

Friday – 1300-0000 – Day Two LIVE!

Saturday – 1400-0000 – Day Three LIVE!

Sunday – 1400-0000 – Day Four LIVE!

Live PGA Championship Golf

Sunday, May 19, 2 p.m

What else should I know?

On Tuesday and Wednesday of tournament week, the Sky Sports Golf channel will have an eight-hour live build-up show every day from 2pm, featuring the latest news, interviews and updates from Kentucky.

The Sky Sports Golf channel will also show many official films from previous PGA Championships throughout the week, including the past successes of Woods and McIlroy, while Sky Sports News will provide live updates and highlights from the tournament.

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With Tiger Woods set to compete in this week’s PGA Championship, watch highlights of his four previous wins at the tournament

Download the Sky Sports app to receive news, interviews, highlights and clips, plus a dedicated blog with live text commentary from every round, with Sky Sports Golf’s social accounts also providing updates and near-live clips.

Viewers can follow the coverage on the go via SkyGo, while non-Sky subscribers can take Sky Sports to keep track of the action or stream the biggest moments on NOW.

The PGA Championship is one of two tournaments held live on Sky Sports that week, with all four rounds of the Ladies European Tour’s Amundi German Masters available to enjoy. Coverage starts at 10am on Thursdays and Fridays and starts at 11am on weekends.

Who will win the PGA Championship? Watch live from May 16 to 19 on Sky Sports! Live coverage begins on Thursday, May 16 from 1pm on Sky Sports Golf. Stream the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, majors and more NOW.

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