PGA Championship 2020 Live

PGA Championship 2020 Live : ESPN & CBS have Live coverage of the PGA Championship in 2020. The tournament aired exclusively on ESPN for the first two days. It all comes down to this. Eighteen holes at TPC Harding Park separate one of the remaining 79 players from major glory at the 2020 PGA Championship. Here’s everything you need to know to watch Sunday’s final round.

Previewing PGA Championship final round

Based on the leaderboard at the end of three rounds at the PGA Championship, golf fans could be treated to a shootout for the ages on Sunday. The first page is full of past major champions, young guns with bright futures, and rising stars ready for their breakthrough major moment.

Few people were talking about Dustin Johnson heading into this week — despite his recent Travelers Championship victory — but everyone is talking about him now. DJ fought off a double bogey to shoot a five-under 65 and take the lead at TPC Harding Park. The 21-time PGA Tour winner captured his first and only major title at the 2016 U.S. Open, and this could be the week he finally backs up that win.

But in order to hoist the Wanamaker trophy on Sunday night, Johnson will have to best a large group of challengers with proven track records, none more so than Brooks Koepka, who is two shots back and will have history on his mind as he goes for his third-straight PGA win.

Other players in the hunt include Bryson DeChambeau (six under), Cameron Champ (eight under), Jason Day (six under), Justin Rose (six under), Scottie Scheffler (eight under) and Collin Morikawa (seven under), who is playing in only the second major of his career this week.

How to watch the PGA Championship on TV Sunday

The TV coverage for Sunday’s final round of the PGA Championship will be split between ESPN and CBS. ESPN will get the TV coverage started with three hours of airtime on Saturday beginning at 12:00 p.m. ET. CBS then takes over the coverage for final six hours of the tournament, including the crowning of a new champion, from 3-9 p.m. ET.
How to watch the PGA Championship final round online

Early coverage of Sunday’s final round will be available exclusively on ESPN+. ESPN+ will stream two hours of coverage from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. ET, before the action switches to TV. You can also catch Featured Group coverage all day Sunday on ESPN+, along with Featured Hole coverage of the 18th hole.

Both the ESPN and CBS TV broadcasts can be streamed online at ESPN.com/watch and CBS.com/all-access by signing into your account or using an active cable subscription.
2020 PGA Championship final round streaming schedule for Sunday

Final Round (online only): 10 a.m.–12 p.m. (ESPN+)
Featured Groups (one morning, one afternoon): 10 a.m.–9 p.m. (ESPN+)
Final Round (TV coverage): 12–3 p.m. (ESPN.com/watch)
Featured Hole (18th): 3-9 p.m. (ESPN+)
Final Round (TV coverage): 3–9 p.m. (CBS.com/all-access)
2020 PGA Championship final round tee times for Sunday (ET)

Tee No. 1

10:00 a.m. ET – Sung Kang
10:10 a.m. ET – Ryan Palmer, Jordan Spieth
10:20 a.m. ET – Chez Reavie, J.T. Poston
10:30 a.m. ET – Erik Van Rooyen, Matt Wallace
10:40 a.m. ET – Danny Lee, Robert MacIntyre
10:50 a.m. ET – Adam Long, Bubba Watson
11:00 a.m. ET – Joost Luiten, Rory Sabbatini
11:10 a.m. ET – Kevin Streelman, Viktor Hovland
11:20 a.m. ET – Jim Herman, Gary Woodland
11:30 a.m. ET – Tiger Woods, Tom Hoge
11:40 a.m. ET – Sepp Straka, Byeong Hun An
11:50 a.m. ET – Billy Horschel, Abraham Ancer
12:00 p.m. ET – Phil Mickelson, Russell Henley
12:10 p.m. ET – Luke List, Mark Hubbard
12:20 p.m. ET – Bud Cauley, Louis Oosthuizen
12:30 p.m. ET – Brian Harman, Brandt Snedeker
12:50 p.m. ET – Kurt Kitayama, Rory McIlroy
1:00 p.m. ET – Doc Redman, Emiliano Grillo
1:10 p.m. ET – Mackenzie Hughes, Cameron Smith
1:20 p.m. ET – Brendan Steele, Alex Noren
1:30 p.m. ET – Denny McCarthy, Adam Hadwin
1:40 p.m. ET – Shane Lowry, Nate Lashley
1:50 p.m. ET – Justin Thomas, Harris English
2:00 p.m. ET – Adam Scott, Charl Schwartzel
2:10 p.m. ET – Kevin Kisner, Victor Perez
2:20 p.m. ET – Brendon Todd, Keith Mitchell
2:30 p.m. ET – Dylan Frittelli, Lanto Griffin
2:40 p.m. ET – Patrick Reed, Harold Varner III
2:50 p.m. ET – Webb Simpson, Jon Rahm
3:00 p.m. ET – Patrick Cantlay, Ian Poulter
3:10 p.m. ET – Bernd Weisberger, Mike Lorenzo-Vera
3:20 p.m. ET – Haotong Li, Hideki Matsuyama
3:40 p.m. ET – Mathew Wolff, Xander Schauffele
3:50 p.m. ET – Joel Dahmen, Si Woo Kim
4:00 p.m. ET – Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood
4:10 p.m. ET – Justin Rose, Jason Day
4:20 p.m. ET – Bryson DeChambeau, Tony Finau
4:30 p.m. ET – Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka
4:40 p.m. ET – Cameron Champ, Collin Morikawa
4:50 p.m. ET – Dustin Johnson, Scottie Scheffler

PGA Championship Live

PGA Championship Live : What will the final leaderboard look like at the end of today – and come Sunday? There’s only one way to find out. The 102nd PGA Championship is set to tee off at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week without fans after the golf tournament was postponed earlier this year due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The four-day tournament is scheduled to begin Thursday and will be the first major golf tournament without fans.

To make up for the lack of fans, the PGA and its media partners, ESPN and CBS, plan to provide wire-to-wire coverage of the tournament as well as additional content on the two TV networks, PGAChampionship.com and the PGA’s official iOS and Android mobile apps.

It’s the perfect time to introduce the PGA Championship’s first wire-to-wire broadcast coverage with CBS and our new partner ESPN,” PGA CEO Seth Waugh said. “While the local community cannot be with us physically onsite, we will certainly carry their spirit of resilience and unity with us.

CBS Sports is broadcasting the tournament for the 30th consecutive year while ESPN is carrying coverage of the tournament for the first time in 30 years, according to the PGA.

The tournament will mark the beginning of an 11-year partnership between the PGA and ESPN to broadcast the PGA Championship. While ESPN and ESPN+ will have a combined 12 hours of tournament coverage on Thursday and Friday, CBS Sports will broadcast the final two days in primetime, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Fans who miss the four-day tournament’s broadcasts will have access to dozens of highlights on PGAChampionship.com, the PGA’s mobile apps and the PGA’s social media channels.

Chief among the additional tournament content, PGA officials said, is PGA Championship Live on the Range, a live minute-by-minute blog of recaps and highlights.

The PGA’s website will also feature more than 1,000 video recaps of play throughout the tournament field and Zoom interviews with players after each round.

With this being the first-ever spectator-less major in history, fans will have the feel of what it’s like to be at TPC Harding Park, with an all-access pass to virtually experience the PGA Championship through technology and social engagement,” PGA.com General Manager Rob Smith said.

At the San Francisco Athletic Club on Divisadero, the owners hope fans will watch the coverage in an outdoor space with tables set up for social distancing.

They say there are signs that the PGA Championship will boost business.

It has great impact. We actually have reservations for Saturday,” says Neil Holbrook, co-owner of San Francisco Athletic Club,

Everyone loves Tiger and it’s his first competition this year. Everyone’s fingers crossed that he does well.”

The tournament field is headlined by Brooks Koepka, the two-time
defending champion of the PGA Championship.

Koepka is seeking to become the first golfer to win the same major tournament three consecutive times since Peter Thomson won three straight Open Championships from 1954 to 1956.

PGA Championship 2020

PGA Championship 2020 : The grand finale of the 2020 PGA Championship goes down Sunday, August, 9. Here’s what you need to know to watch the final round on TV. A star-studded Moving Day at the 2020 PGA Championship saw nearly a handful of players tied for the lead at one point. By the end of the day, there were 11 golfers within three strokes of the lead heading into Sunday’s final round at TPC Harding Park.

The first major championship of 2020 has nearly guaranteed a must-see finish with Dustin Johnson holding the 54-hole lead at 9 under while Brooks Koepka, Jason Day, Bryson DeChambeau and Tony Finau are among those still in striking distance. Of course, established names aren’t the only ones in the mix as Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Champ and Collin Morikawa are among those who would love to kickstart their budding careers with a major win on Sunday afternoon in San Francisco.

Saturday’s round was a tribute to the challenge that TPC Harding Park provides. D.J., Scheffler and Morikawa soared to the top of the leaderboard by posting 65s, but the late-afternoon groups were left grinding through foggy, windy conditions that made scoring difficult. Of the final four pairings on the course only two players, Champ and Koepka, scored under par on Saturday.

Keep on reading for a breakdown of the top of the leaderboard with top names to watch heading into Sunday.

Dustin Johnson (-9): A scoring machine this week, D.J. has 17 birdies through three rounds. While his 65 on Saturday tied for round of the day — and his eight birdies were the best in any major round throughout his career — it could have been even better if not for a bogey on No. 6 and a double bogey on No. 9. Even through the putter let him down on that double, he was lights out on the greens otherwise and now has a chance to make another run at his first PGA Championship after a runner-up finish a year ago at Bethpage Black.

Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Champ (-8): The rookie (Scheffler) and rising star (Champ) represent the closest thing we have to a darkhorse in this heavyweight battle, as even Morikawa has become an established name with his win after the layoff and the narrative of his made cuts streak. Champ has the PGA Tour success to his name that might put him a cycle ahead in the maturation process, but Scheffler has not let his inexperience as a pro impact his comfort at TPC Harding Park. The rookie says the course fits his style, and after shooting a 66 on Thursday and a 65 on Saturday, he’s got to be considered a threat to crash the party on Sunday.

Brooks Koepka, Collin Morikawa, Paul Casey (-7): There’s nothing more enticing than seeing Koepka bounce back from three straight bogeys on the back nine to birdie two of his final three holes and then say that his game was better than what the score reflects. Confidence is at no short supply for the two-time defending champion as he goes for a three-peat on Sunday, though it will take a little bit better play on approach shots to avoid the kind of setbacks that put him two shots back. Morikawa defied the expectations for his game with a hot putter in his rise up the leaderboard, while Casey will be looking to change the narrative around his game as a solid player who ends up a stroke or two away from trophy-hoisting at the end of the championship.

Bryson DeChambeau, Tony Finau, Justin Rose, Jason Day, Daniel Berger, Tommy Fleetwood (-6): Just an absolute group of studs here three strokes off the lead with two major winners and two of the players with wins since the restart included in the bunch. DeChambeau was excellent on Saturday with seven birdies, the last of which was a 95-footer to close out his round of 66. Day and Fleetwood faced some of the toughest conditions on the course as some of the last players out and saw ups and downs in their ride to even par. There was no absence of spark that might indicate a fade from contention, though the pace will require a score three or four strokes better (at a minimum) to chase down the leader.

Haotong Li, Xander Schauffele, Matthew Wolff, Si Woo Kim, Joel Dahmen (-5): Li didn’t blow his chance to win the PGA Championship on Saturday, but the wayward drives and lack of back nine bogeys did make the proposition much tougher after the 54-hole leader shot a 73 on Saturday. A 67 or 68 is not out of the realm of possibility, but he’ll need the leaders to fall back for a chance to win. Of this group the player most likely to post a 65 and challenge for the title is likely Schauffele, thought what would mark a significant improvement after shooting even par on Friday and just one-under on Saturday.

Justin Thomas and eight others (-1): At one point in the early part of the day, J.T. was up inside the top 20 and just four strokes off the lead following a birdie train on the front nine. Unfortunately, the No. 1 player in the world ran out of steam coming in and lost his place on the leaderboard with a couple of contention-costing bogeys down the stretch.

Rory McIlroy and eight others (E): It looked like Rory might be ready to make some noise after two uninspiring rounds, but four bogeys on his final six holes kept the two-time PGA Championship winner from being in the mix heading into Sunday. McIlroy has been average off the tee this week — below average for his standard — and that’s kept him from scoring opportunities that are needed to keep pace with the leaders.

Tiger Woods and eight others (+2): Thursday’s 68 by Woods created a buzz and ultimately put Tiger in position to make the weekend, but a second-straight round of 72 has left the Big Cat grinding out what’s left of the tournament out of the spotlight. On one hand, it’s a success that Woods has worked his way around the course without too much concern for his health, but the (new) putter that was hot on Thursday has not regained form since.

CBS Sports was with you the entire way updating this story with the latest scores, updates and highlights from Round 3. Check out the detailed leaderboard at the top of the story, and come back Sunday to watch Round 4 of the PGA Championship from 3-9 p.m. ET.