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ESPN's Linear Coverage, ESPN+ Programming of PGA Championship To Feature 230 Hours of Content and New Alternative Telecast – Sports Video Group

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ESPN and ESPN+ will bring golf fans multiple ways to watch and enjoy all of the action in the 104th edition of the PGA Championship from Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, OK, the week of May 16-22, including a new alternate telecast during live play.
Since ESPN’s return to live coverage of the PGA Championship in 2020 after a 30-year absence, ESPN and ESPN+ have offered full day, first tee to last putt coverage of the first two rounds along with weekend morning viewing and more live play and viewing options for the historic tournament than it had ever had.
With more than 230 hours of live play across ESPN and ESPN+ during the four days of the championship, fans will get traditional coverage as well as exclusive Featured Groups and Featured Hole presentations.

New this year, ESPN is bringing an additional viewing option to golf for the first time with an alternate telecast – PGA Championship with Joe Buck & Michael Collins – that will complement the event’s traditional television production.
In addition to the coverage of live play, ESPN’s signature news and information program SportsCenter will have reports from Southern Hills for the entire week of the event and ESPN.com will provide extensive digital coverage. And ESPN+ will have three-hour practice round coverage programs at noon on both Tuesday and Wednesday of tournament week. CBS will air afternoon coverage on the weekend days.
A rundown of PGA Championship coverage across ESPN platforms:
First and Second Round Live Coverage
Third and Final Round Live Coverage
Commentators and Analysts
PGA Championship with Joe Buck & Michael Collins
ESPN+ Practice Round/Preview Programs Tuesday-Wednesday
ESPN+ will air Tuesday at the PGA Championship and Wednesday at the PGA Championship, a pair of three-hour live practice round/preview programs that will begin at noon ET each day.
Michael Eaves will host the programs with analyst Curtis Strange as well as ESPN’s reporters, all on location at Southern Hills.
The programs will include coverage of select player news conferences as well as player interviews, live shots of player practice rounds and scenes from the driving range.
Player groupings for the PGA Championship will be revealed on Tuesday and will be announced during that day’s preview show on ESPN+ as well as on SportsCenter.
SportsCenter
The PGA Championship on ESPN.com
ESPN.com will have exclusive news, columns and analysis before, during and after the PGA Championship.
The PGA Championship on Get Up
The ESPN morning program Get Up (weekday mornings, 8-10 a.m. on ESPN), hosted by Mike Greenberg, will have live interviews with ESPN analysts and reporters from the PGA Championship during the week of the event.
The PGA Championship on ESPN Audio
ESPN Radio programs will have live interviews from the PGA Championship with ESPN’s golf analysts and reporters during the week.
America’s Caddie
The ESPN+ program America’s Caddie, hosted by Michael Collins, will have a preview of the PGA Championship in the new episode that begins streaming the week of the event. Collins gets to know rising PGA TOUR star, Abraham Ancer, who is looking to put himself, and Mexico, on the major championship map. Collins tours iconic Southern Hills Country Club with the Caddie who knows it best, reflects on how golf has changed for LPGA superstar Danielle Kang five years since her breakthrough major win at the 2017 KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, and goes beard-to-beard with NFL Quarterback, and fellow facial hair aficionado, Ryan Fitzpatrick.
PGA Championship Films on ESPN+
An archive of 36 official PGA Championship films, documenting the most memorable and exciting PGA Championships, is available on demand on ESPN+. The collection includes Tiger Woods’ epic win at Valhalla in 2000, Bob Tway’s hole out from a bunker at Inverness to beat Greg Norman in 1986, Collin Morikawa winning his first major at Harding Park in 2020, and more.
ESPN International Coverage – Latin America and Caribbean
ESPN’s coverage of the PGA Championship will be available to 50 countries, and fans can watch wall-to-wall coverage on ESPN’ television, online, mobile and broadband platforms.
ESPN International Coverage – Canada
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