US PGA Championship 2017 – Live TV Coverage on the BBC

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The 2017 PGA Championship will takes place from Thursday 10th – Sunday 13th August at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.

A regular stop on the PGA Tour, this will be the first major at Quail Hollow, and the 99th PGA Championship.

The Championship will be shown live on the BBC who secured the rights over Sky Sports who had previously screened the event since 1992.

TV coverage will be presented by Eilidh Barbour, alongside Peter Alliss and Ken Brown.

“We are delighted to be able to offer golf fans free to air TV coverage of the US PGA Championship, bringing together the best players in the world over 4 exciting days of action from the Quail Hollow Club in North Carolina,” said Barbara Slater, Director of BBC Sport.

TV Schedule

Thursday 10 August
6pm-12.15am – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer
11.20pm-12.15am – BBC Two

Friday 11 August
6pm-12.15am – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer
11.05pm-12.15am – BBC Two

Saturday 12 August
7pm-12.15am – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer
10.30pm-12.15am – BBC Two

Sunday 13 August
7pm-12.15am – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer
10pm-12.15am – BBC Two

Posted on Thursday 10 August 2017
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