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When is the PGA Championship on Sky Sports? Dates, TV coverage, Valhalla schedule and key UK times

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The men’s major season continues at the PGA Championship, with extended coverage from Valhalla exclusively live this month on Sky Sports.

PGA Championship – follow live updates and leaderboard

Xander Schauffele tops the leaderboard going into day two after setting a PGA Championship record and equalling the lowest round in men’s major history with a nine-under 62, with the American looking to become the latest first-time major champion.

Scottie Scheffler arrived as the pre-tournament favourite after his dominant start to 2024, where a second Masters victory in three years and a successful title defence at The Players have been among four wins already this year.

Scheffler finished tied-second last year to five-time major champion Brooks Koepka, who came in off the back of a victory of the LIV Golf League event in Singapore and can become the first player since Tiger Woods to win the Wanamaker Trophy on four occasions.

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

Scheffler, Kopeka and Rory McIlroy – also a former champion at Valhalla back in 2014 – are all part of the chasing pack, while Woods is 10 behind after a one-over 72 on the opening day.

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As Rory McIlroy prepares to win his first major title since the 2014 PGA Championship, take a look at the best bits from his final round at Valhalla

Jordan Spieth has another opportunity to compete the career Grand Slam, while Jon Rahm, Bryson DeChambeau and Cameron Smith join Koepka as among the 16 players from the LIV Golf League in action.

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Sky Sports’ Jamie Weir takes a look at whether world No 1 Scottie Scheffler can emulate the great Tiger Woods

Live PGA Championship Golf

Thursday 16th May 1:00pm

When is coverage live on Sky Sports?

Sky Sports is once again the home of the PGA Championship, with over 40 hours of live coverage from the four tournament days and a host of extra tournament programming throughout the week.

Live coverage from the tournament continue on Friday from 1pm on Sky Sports Golf, while the action gets under way from 2pm over the weekend and runs through until long after close of play.

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There will be daily highlights available each morning, along with an extended programme of Paul McGinley and Brandel Chamblee debating the best of the day’s play, while the final round will be shown – in full – the day after the tournament.

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

Friday – 1300-0000 – Day two LIVE!

Saturday – 1400-0000 – Day three LIVE!

Sunday – 1400-0000 – Day four LIVE!

Live PGA Championship Golf

Sunday 19th May 2:00pm

What else do I need to know?

The Sky Sports Golf channel will also have lots of official films from past PGA Championships throughout the week, including Woods and McIlroy’s past successes, while Sky Sports News offers live updates and in-round highlights from the tournament.

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Download the Sky Sports App to get news, interviews, highlights and clips, plus a dedicated blog that offers live text commentary from every round, with the Sky Sports Golf social accounts also providing updates and near-live clips.

Viewers can follow the coverage on the move via SkyGo, while non-Sky subscribers can get Sky Sports to keep up with the action or stream the biggest moments on NOW.

The PGA Championship is one of two tournaments live on Sky Sports that week, with all four rounds of the Ladies European Tour’s Amundi German Masters available to enjoy. Coverage begins at 10am on Thursday and Friday before starting at 11am over the weekend.

Who will win the PGA Championship? Live coverage continues on Friday from 1pm on Sky Sports Golf. Stream the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, majors and more with NOW.

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