PGA Championship 2019 : Do you feel it? Can you smell it? The 2019 PGA Championship has arrived, and four days of pristine golf are ahead at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York. With a loaded 156-man field set to go Thursday morning, Round 1 action is going to kick into gear early and roll on through the early evening.
PGA Championship 2019 Live
Tiger Woods is looking to win his second straight major after a shocking win at the 2019 Masters, and he’s set to begin action on Thursday despite taking Wednesday completely off as a rest day. If Woods can start out strong, anything is possible as the action continues at Bethpage over the next few days.
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The 2019 PGA Championship: How to watch, tee times and pairings for first round play
PGA Championship drama has arrived with the second golf major of the year set to thrill the crowds at Bethpage.
Defending champion Brooks Koepka will face stern competition from the resurgent Tiger Woods who has previously won the tournament four times.
Rory McIlroy is gunning for his first major victory in five years while Justin Rose and Dustin Johnson continue their battle at the top of the world rankings.
This will be the first time Bethpage has hosted the PGA Championship, though the famed Long Island-based Black Course was home to the 2002 and 2009 U.S. Opens, with Tiger Woods winning the former over Phil Mickelson in a memorable battle.
The 2019 PGA Championship begins on Thursday at The Bethpage Black Course in Farmingdale, New York, with final round play scheduled for Sunday, May 19. This will be the 101st incarnation of the tournament and the first PGA Championship to take place in May since 1949, as the tournament has usually been played in August.
Some of the greatest golfers in the world will be competing for a winning purse of nearly $2 million and the famed Wanamaker Trophy, which was hoisted last year by Brooks Koepka, who defeated Tiger Woods by two strokes in final round play.