PGA Championship 2022 – Event news, tee times, fixtures, TV coverage and analysis

The second major of the year, the PGA Championship, will be played this week at South Hills Country Club. Defending champion Phil Mickelson will not be there, and his golf break will last longer.

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Tiger Woods will be on the field as he returns to the Masters after a 14-month absence from the Masters following a car accident in February 2021. So did Scotty Scheffler, who won the Masters and is the only player who still has a chance to win a major.

Key Information

when: May 19-22

Where: South Hills Country Club (Tulsa, Oklahoma)

Defending champion: Phil Mickelson

How to watch

all time ET

Tuesday, May 17

noon – 3 pm
Press conferences, player interviews and practice round highlights

Wednesday, May 18

noon – 3 pm
Press conferences, player interviews and practice round highlights

Thursday, May 19

8 am to 2 pm
ESPN+’s main broadcast coverage

9am to 8pm
Featured Groups on ESPN+

9.30am to 8pm
Featured holes on ESPN+ (16th, 17th and 18th)

1pm to 2pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN

2pm to 5pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN2

2pm to 8pm
ESPN first-round coverage

8 pm – Conclusion
ESPN+ coverage

Friday 20 May

8 am to 2 pm
ESPN+’s main broadcast coverage

8 am to 8 pm
Featured Groups on ESPN+

8:15am to 7pm
Featured holes on ESPN+ (16th, 17th and 18th)

1pm to 2pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN

2pm to 5pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN2

2pm to 8pm
ESPN’s second round of coverage

8 pm – Conclusion
ESPN+ coverage

Saturday, May 21

8 am to 10 am
ESPN+’s main broadcast coverage

8 am to 7 pm
Featured Groups on ESPN+

7pm
Featured holes on ESPN+ (16th, 17th and 18th)

9pm to 10am
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN/ESPN+

10am to 1pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN+

10am to 1pm
ESPN’s third round of coverage

Sunday, May 22

8 am to 10 am
ESPN+’s main broadcast coverage

8 am to 7 pm
Featured Groups on ESPN+

7pm
Featured holes on ESPN+ (16th, 17th and 18th)

9pm to 10am
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN/ESPN+

10am to 1pm
PGA Championship with Joe Buck and Michael Collins on ESPN+

10am to 1pm
ESPN’s fourth-round coverage

tee time

Here’s a full list of Nanshan’s first two rounds of tee times. Read | Round 3

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Favorites, Contenders and Long Shots

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Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas miss another chance at crunch time

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If there are any questions about Justin Thomas, he will answer

Justin Thomas has been playing. After an unquestionably epic comeback, he’s on his way to a second PGA Championship. read

Who should panic, who should reset, who should not change anything

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