How to watch PGA Championship
Here’s how to watch some of your favorite golfers, including Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy, in the first round of the 98th PGA Championship. Facts of life. The 2016 PGA Championship kicks off Thursday with Round 1 action at Balustrol Golf Club. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day continue to search for their first major wins of the season, while Dustin Johnson has a legitimate chance to go from entering the year without a major to his name to walking out of New Jersey with two.
What everyone really wants to know is how to watch these stars and some of the other top golfers in the world do their thing live throughout the week. We’re here to tell you how to do just that. In addition to the television broadcast, you can watch some of your favorite golfers live online. Here is every possible way to watch the PGA Championship on Thursday (all times Eastern) along with tee times for some of the top groups in the field.
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Thursday’s offering begins when 2011 champion Keegan Bradley tees off alongside Jamie Donaldson and former world No 1 Adam Scott.
In the next group, world No 1 Jason Day kicks off his title defence with 2014 winner Rory McIlroy and ex-Balutsrol champion Phil Mickelson, who finished runner-up to Henrik Stenson at The Open earlier this month.
Friday’s featured coverage is expected to include the major-winning trio of Danny Willett, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson, with the second round groups being confirmed on Thursday.
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