Tiger Woods to play his first PGA Championship in 3 years – Marseille News

. – The 2018 PGA Championship, which kicks off this Thursday, is scheduled to make history. It is not only the 100th edition, but also the largest main golf event of the year. It is also Tiger Woods’ first participation in this type of tournament since 2015.

A four-time PGA Championship winner, Woods, recently finished sixth at the Open Championship, his best result in a major tournament in five years.

The 2018 PGA Championship will be held outside of St. Louis at Bellerive Country Club. The site was previously host to the 1992 PGA Championship.

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In the entry side, Justin Thomas is the defending champion behind Dustin Johnson and the world’s number two player. Jordan Spieth is another top golfer.

You can watch the championship live over the course of four days.

This specifically involves watching a group throughout the day, which means you can see Tiger Woods and fire every shot he makes.

During his participation in the Carnevie tournament this year in Tiger Woods, Scotland.

The same thing goes for Rory McElroy, Jordan Spieth or Phil Mickelson on the PGA Championship live stream and the PGA Championship mobile app.

The PGA Championship LIVE will feature four featured groups each day, with two in the morning and two in the afternoon. Coverage will include pre-round preparation for players in the driving range.

Here is the schedule for this Thursday:

Featured Group: Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy
Coverage begins around 9 am Thursday.

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Featured group: Phil Mickelson, Jason Day, Keegan Bradley
Coverage begins around 9 am Thursday.

Featured Group: Jordan Spieth, John Rahm, Justin Rose
Coverage begins around 2:30 pm on Thursday.

Featured Group: Patrick Reid, Brooks Copka and Francesco Molinari
Coverage begins around 2:30 pm on Thursday afternoon.

In addition to the featured group coverage, the PGA Championship will round off the numbers 16, 17 and 18 at LIVE, Bellerive.

Daily featured groups and pictured hole coverage can also be viewed for free via B / R Live, available for Android, iOS, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and the mobile web.

PGA Championship on TV

(All on the US East Coast, ET in hours)
Thursday 9 August (first round)
2 pm-8pm on TNT

Friday 10 August (second round)
2 pm-8pm on TNT

Saturday 11 August (third round)
11:00 am to 2:00 pm on TNT
2 – 7 PM in the afternoon

Sunday 12 August (fourth round)
11:00 am to 2:00 pm on TNT
2 – 7 PM in the afternoon


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