ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The PGA Championship returns to Oak Hill Country Club this week, May 18-21, as the famed East Course designed by Donald Ross will host its fourth PGA Championship.
While the ESPN family of networks will provide early-round coverage of the men’s second major championship of the year, Jim Nantz and his friends at CBS will broadcast the majority of the third and final rounds from Upstate New York.
From TV and livestream options to the good old fashioned radio, here’s everything you need to know to catch all the live action from the 2023 PGA Championship at Oak Hill. All times Eastern.
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How to watch, listen to PGA Championship
Thursday and Friday, May 18-19
CBS Sports Network will carry “On The Range” from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and “Clubhouse Report” from 8-9 p.m. for the first two rounds.
Watch the PGA Championship on ESPN
Saturday and Sunday, May 20-21
CBS Sports Network will air “Clubhouse Report” from 8-9 p.m. for the final two rounds.
Watch the PGA Championship on CBS
Who are the PGA Championship announcers?
ESPN: Scott Van Pelt will anchor live coverage on ESPN and ESPN+ and will be joined for analysis by former world No. 1 David Duvall. Hole announcers are Curtis Strange, Bob Wischusen and David Fleming. On-course reporters will be Andy North, Billy Kratzert, Suzy Whaley, Ken Brown and John Maginnes.
CBS: Jim Nantz will host the network’s coverage from the 18th tower for the 33rd straight year and will be joined by analyst Trevor Immelman. Hole announcers are Ian Baker-Finch and Frank Nobilo. On-course reporters will be Dottie Pepper, Colt Knost and Mark Immelman. Amanda Renner will provide reports and conduct interviews.
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