Two-time PGA Championship Champion Justin Thomas, World No. 1 Scotty Scheffler’s fourth-rate coverage of the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas at PGA TOUR LIVE, exclusively on ESPN+

  • Coverage begins tomorrow at 8:15AM ET and runs through the final round on Sunday, May 29
  • Thursday’s draft group includes new two-time PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas, world No. 1 Scotty Scheffler
  • Featured group includes Major Champion Colin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth, Webb Simpson, Patrick Reed, Justin Rose
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Four feed coverage PGA TOUR LIVE ON ESPN+ continue this week Charles Schwab Challenge At Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, exclusively for ESPN+ subscribers. Covering the entire tournament venue starting tomorrow at 8:15am, followed by featured groups and holes at 9am ET, and featuring this year’s two major champions – PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas and the Masters Title group of champions and world number one Scotty Schaeffler. The Featured Holes feed will showcase Colonial’s four par 3s: 4, 8, 13 and 16.

Thursday | May 26
Main feed starts at 8:15AM ET
Featured hole coverage starts at 9AM ET

Caption Group | 9:15AM ET

  • Justin Thomas – Two-time PGA Champion (2022, 2017), No. 5 in the world, 15-time PGA Tour winner, 2017 FedEx Cup winner, 2017 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year
  • Scottie Scheffler – 2022 Masters Champion, No. 1 in the world, No. 1 in the FedExCup standings
  • Jason Kokrak – Three-time Tour Champion, two wins in 2021 (Schwab Challenge, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Houston Open)

Featured Groups | 9 AM ET

  • Colin Morikawa – No. 4 in the world, 2021 Open champion, 2020 PGA champion, five-time PGA Tour champion
  • Webb Simpson – 2012 U.S. Open champion, seven-time tour winner
  • Patrick Reed – 2018 Masters champion, nine-time PGA Tour champion

Featured Group 1 | 4 PM ET

  • Will Zalatoris – Lost to Justin Thomas in the PGA Championship playoffs last week, No. 13 in FedExCup standings, No. 14 in the world, four major top 10s Name, 2021 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year
  • Justin Rose – 2013 U.S. Open Champion, 2018 FedEx Cup Champion, 11-time Tour Champion, 10-time DP World Tour Champion
  • Kevin Kisner – Four-time Tour Champion

Featured Group 2 | 4 PM ET

Jordan Spieth / Max Houma / Daniel Berger

  • Jordan Spieth – Three-time major champion, 13-time PGA Tour champion, 2015 FedEx Cup champion
  • Max Homa – 2022 Wells Fargo Championship, four-time Tour winner, 7th in the FedExCup standings
  • Daniel Berger – Four-time Tour Champion

Friday | May 27
Main feed starts at 8:15AM ET
Featured hole coverage starts at 9AM ET

Caption Group | 9:15AM ET

Featured Groups | 9 AM ET

  • Viktor Hovland – World No. 7, three-time Tour Champion, two-time DP World Tour Champion
  • Mito Pereira – tied for third at last week’s PGA Championship with three wins on the Korn Ferry Tour
  • Tom Hoge – 2022 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro Am Champion, FedExCup No. 8

Featured Group 1 | 4 PM ET

Featured Group 2 | 4 PM ET

  • Thomas, Scheffler, Cockerack

PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+ will follow a similar schedule Saturday and Sunday, with the exact times being determined when post-cut matchups and tee times are announced.

Four-Feed Coverage of the Charles Schwab Challenge | PGA TOUR LIVE EXCLUSIVE ON ESPN+

sky Start time (ET) coverage
Thursday,

May 26

8:15 am main feed The best moves in the entire championship field
9 am

Featured Group Billy Horscher/Sam Burns/Talo Gooch
Colin Morikawa / Webb Simpson / Patrick Creed
Featured holes Par 3 | 4, 8, 13, 16
9:15 am marquee group Justin Thomas / Scotty Scheffler / Jason Cockerack
4 pm Featured Group 1 Will Zalatoris / Justin Rose / Kevin Kisner
Featured Group 2 Jordan Spieth / Max Houma / Daniel Berger
Featured holes Par 3 | No. 8
Par 3 | Size 16
Friday,

May 27

8:15 am main feed The best moves in the entire championship field
9 am Featured Group Will Zalatoris / Justin Rose / Kevin Kisner
Victor Hofland / Mito Pereira / Tom Hogg
Featured holes Par 3 | 4, 8, 13, 16
9:15 am marquee group Jordan Spieth / Max Houma / Daniel Berger
4 pm Featured Group 1 Colin Morikawa / Webb Simpson / Patrick Creed
Featured Group 2 Justin Thomas / Scotty Scheffler / Jason Cockerack
Featured holes Par 3 | No. 8
Par 3 | Size 16

The four feeds available on PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+ include:

  • main feed – The main tournament coverage stream, showcasing the best action from across the course, with two dedicated booth announcers, a dedicated walking announcer and coverage from all cameras at the event.
  • marquee group – For every shot made by every player in the group, two booth announcers and one walk announcer announce the action.
  • Featured holes – Exclusive coverage of the key par 3s and the course’s signature signature holes.
  • Featured Group – Traditional PGA TOUR LIVE coverage, following two concurrent featured panels, with two booth announcers and a walking announcer.

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