PGA Championship 2019

Tiger Woods’ competitive first round since his Masters win will have many golf fans running to attend the first round of the PGA Championship 2019 leaderboard Black on Thursday.

They just need to know not to look for it on TV. Although TNT starts the transmission coverage of the second-largest season of the season at 1 pm. (ET), Woods left at 8:24 with Brooks Koepka, PGA champion, and Francesco Molinari, Open champion.

To see the action in the morning, fans can watch live coverage on PGA.com via their PGA Championship Live Player. You can also download the PGA Championship mobile app. By downloading the application and authenticating your TV service provider, viewers can also watch simultaneous TNT and CBS transmissions of the four rounds. It will also be covered the closing holes 16, 17 and 18 in Bethpage Black in the app.
The Woods group will be an important group in the television coverage. Another is 1:38 pm Regrouping former PGA champions Jason Day, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy.

TV schedule

Thursday

TNT – 13h to 19h

Friday

TNT – 13h to 19h30

Saturday

TNT – 11h to 14h

CBS – 14h to 19h

Sunday

TNT – 11h to 14h

CBS – 14h to 19h

The new May spot on the calendar could not have come at a better time for the PGA of America, with Woods coming out of the Masters win and with Bethpage Black as the venue. And Woods is far from the only intriguing plot. Defending champion Koepka is hoping to win his fourth place in his last eight tries and move from a T-2 to Augusta National. Dustin Johnson, world No. 1, also tied for second place. He is always looking for a second big title difficult to reach. Rory McIlroy, who has won four major races between 2011 and 2014, will be looking to win the Black Course for a fifth major victory, his last participation in the Open Championship 2014 at Royal Liverpool.

And then there is Jordan Spieth, whose difficulties this season have been well documented. The triple winner was not in the top 10 this year, although he showed signs of life in Augusta. After a first round of 75, he resumed the playoffs of 68, 69 and 71 to finish T-21 for his best result of the year. There would be a better place to get by than at Bethpage, where Spieth could complete the Grand Slam race with a win.

All these stories, and many more, give the PGA Championship the feeling that it has not been around for a long time and that no one calls it “fourth largest” in 2019. It’s the television that has to be seen.

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