The beauty of May surrounds Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, as the 2023 PGA Championship prepares to wrap up Sunday. With the PGA returning to Oak Hill for the first time in a decade, the second major championship of the year has reached a fever pitch with a stacked leaderboard including big-time names like Brooks Koepka, Viktor Hovland, Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy.
While this year’s 105th affair has been thoroughly exciting, it has not been as smooth as organizers would have hoped with a weather delay Thursday and significant rain pouring late Friday and all day Saturday. The weather is expected to clear up before Sunday’s fourth round begins, which should set the stage for a raucous finish in Western New York.
Koepka shot to the top of the leaderboard Saturday to hold a one-stroke lead of the field after entering his second consecutive 4-under 66. McIlroy was similarly consistent with another 69, though he sits five shots back with a significant effort needed to not just climb the leaderboard but topple Koepka. Between them are Scheffler, the reigning Players champion looking for another significant win this season, up-and-comer Hovland and other headline players like Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Rose.
While attending the PGA Championship can be a ton of fun, simply being able to watch golf on the game’s grandest stages is an incredible treat each year. We here at CBS Sports are thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage of the PGA Championship throughout this week with action streaming live all weekend.
CBS Sports golf anchor Jim Nantz is calling the weekend action for the 33rd consecutive year while hosting coverage from the super tower alongside lead analyst Trevor Immelman. Also at Oak Hill for CBS Sports are Ian Baker-Finch, Frank Nobilo, Dottie Pepper, Colt Knost and Mark Immelman with Amanda Renner reporting and conducting interviews.
The 105th PGA Championship is the 33rd consecutive (and 40th overall) broadcast by CBS Sports, which this year will deploy roughly 120 cameras and 150 microphones throughout the course to capture all the sights and sounds. Live drone coverage, over a dozen robotic cameras (including a 360-degree, 4K camera), fly cam and augmented reality technology, Toptracer, SwingVision and more will be used to enhance coverage of the year’s second major. (Also keep your eyes and ears open for a new PGA Championship graphics package and theme music.)
Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much PGA Championship as possible throughout the weekend. Be sure to download the CBS Sports App to watch the PGA Championship live on your mobile device on Sunday.
All times Eastern
Round 4 — Sunday, May 21
Round 4 start time: 7:45 a.m.
PGA Championship live stream: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on ESPN+
- Featured Groups — 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Holes 16-18 — Noon to 7 p.m.
Early TV coverage: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (try for free)
Prime TV coverage: 1-7 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 1-7 p.m.
Desktop and mobile: Free on CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App
Connected devices: Available on Paramount+*, CBS Sports App*~
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Additional TV coverage: 8-9 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
Round 4 encore: 9 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
PGA coverage on CBS Sports Network
- PGA Championship On the Range — 11 p.m. to 1 p.m. (Thursday, Friday)
Pre-round player interviews, analysis, daily previews
- PGA Championship Clubhouse Report — 8-9 p.m. (Thursday-Sunday)
Post-round highlights, analysis, player interviews
- PGA Championship encore presentations
Round 3 — Sunday — 6-10 a.m.
Round 4 — Sunday — 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.