A Guide to Watching the 2023 PGA Championship: TV Schedule, Coverage, Live Streams and Tee Times

This week, the PGA Championship is returning to Rochester, NY’s Oak Hill Country Club for the first time in a decade. The event opened with players trying to get in shape for the rest of the season, and the 105th edition of the event was a packed field. However, weather delayed Thursday and heavy rain later on Friday, which did not go as smoothly as organizers had hoped. The tournament is still scheduled to go ahead as planned.

Jon Rahm is aiming to become the first golfer since 2015 to win the first two major championships of the season. He is considered a clear favorite to win alongside last year’s Green Jacket winner, Scotty Schaeffler. Both are aiming for their first Wanamaker Trophy as they aim to complete another step in their respective Career Grand Slams. However, Schaeffler is co-leader alongside Victor Hovland and Corey Connors. Some of the big names near the top of the leaderboard include Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka, and Rory McIlroy.

CBS Sports is excited to bring full coverage of the PGA Championship throughout the week with Live Streaming Live all weekend long. Jim Nantz and lead analyst Trevor Immelman will host the weekend’s headline coverage for the 33rd consecutive year. CBS Sports’ Oak Hill also has Ian Baker-Finch, Frank Nobilo, Dottie Pepper, Colt Nost, and Mark Immelman, covered and interviewed by Amanda Renner.

The 105th PGA Championship was his 33rd consecutive broadcast (his 40th overall) by CBS Sports, and this year there were about 120 cameras and 150 microphones deployed throughout the course. Live drone coverage, dozens of robotic cameras, flycams, augmented reality technology, Toptracer, SwingVision, and more will be used to enhance coverage of the second major event of the year.

To watch the PGA Championship throughout the week, download the CBS Sports app. The All-Time Eastern Round 3 starts on Saturday, May 20, at 8:10 AM. The Round 4 starts on Sunday, May 21, at 7:45 AM. Fans can catch the coverage on their mobile device, desktop, and connected devices such as Paramount+.

Additionally, CBS Sports will provide pre-round player interviews, analysis, daily previews, post-round highlights, analysis, and player interviews, live on CBS Sports Network.

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