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PGA Championship 2018 TV schedule: How to watch and tee times

PGA Championship 2018

PGA Championship 2018: Justin Thomas is the defending champion (Image: GETTY)

The 100th edition of this event will be played from August 9 to 12 at Bellerive Country Club near St. Louis, Missouri.

The PGA Championship is organised by the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and is the last of the four major championships, preceded by the Masters, the US Open and the Open Championship.

This year’s event will be the last PGA Championship played in August, with the tournament moving to May in 2019.

The defending champion is Justin Thomas, who won at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2017.

A maximum field of 156 will include past PGA champions plus the last five Masters, US Open and Open Championship winners.

Jordan Spieth

PGA Championship 2018: Can Jordan Spieth mount a charge? (Image: GETTY)

The course has previously hosted two previous majors – the 1965 US Open won by South African Gary Player, and the 1992 PGA Championship won by Zimbabwean Nick Price.

Bellerive Country Club is built around a creek that comes into play on nine of the holes.

There are water hazards on 11 holes and players will find large and undulating greens.

Six of the 12 par-four holes measure more than 450 yards, the longest being the 521-yard fourth.

There are four par threes and two par fives, with the eighth hole playing to 610 yards.

PGA Championship 2018

PGA Championship 2018 will be held at the Bellerive Country Club (Image: GETTY)

How to watch the PGA Championship

For the second year running, you will not be able to watch the PGA Championship on Sky Sports.

They lost out last year on the rights to the BBC but the broadcaster pulled out of covering the event this time around.

So for 2018, the major is not being shown on either freeview or satellite TV.

However, golf fans will still be able to catch the likes of Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy in action online.

Streaming platform Eleven Sports is allowing free access to the event through their website and mobile app.

They promise at least eight and a half hours of continuous live golf on each day, as well as highlights on the website.

PGA Championship 2018: Dustin Johnson

PGA Championship 2018: Dustin Johnson is one of the favourites (Image: GETTY)

PGA Championship 2018 tee times

Round One

Starting at hole one:

12.50pm: Eddie Pepperell (Eng), Michael Block, Ryan Fox (NZ)

1.01pm: Austin Cook, Craig Hocknull (Aus), Alexander Bjork (Swe)

1.12pm: Yusaku Miyazato (Jpn), Bob Sowards, Scott Brown

1.23pm: Thomas Bjorn (Den), Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spa), James Hahn

1.34pm: Billy Horschel, Byeong-Hun An (Kor), Shane Lowry (Irl)

1.45pm: Yuta Ikeda (Jpn), Brian Harman, Adam Hadwin (Can)

1.56pm: Jimmy Walker, Padraig Harrington (Irl), Vijay Singh (Fij)

2.07pm: Bryson DeChambeau, Andy Sullivan (Eng), Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha)

2.18pm: Cameron Smith (Aus), Ryan Armour, Peter Uihlein

2.29pm: Paul Dunne (Irl), J.B. Holmes, Dylan Frittelli (Rsa)

2.40pm: Charles Howell III, Jason Schmuhl, Brian Gay

2.51pm: David Muttitt, Ollie Schniederjans, Troy Merritt

3.02pm: Shawn Warren, Mikko Korhonen (Fin), J.J. Spaun

6.20pm: Brandon Stone (Rsa), Johan Kok (Rsa), Whee Kim (Kor)

6.31pm: Matt Wallace (Eng), Matt Dobyns, Beau Hossler

6.42pm: Chris Wood (Eng), Alex Noren (Swe), Matt Kuchar

6.53pm: Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott (Aus)

7.04pm: Tommy Fleetwood (Eng), Satoshi Kodaira (Jpn), Marc Leishman (Aus)

7.15pm: Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed, Francesco Molinari (Ita)

7.26pm: Sergio Garcia (Spa), Gary Woodland, Kevin Kisner

7.37pm: Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm (Spa), Justin Rose (Eng)

7.48pm: Paul Casey (Eng), Aaron Wise, Zach Johnson

7.59pm: Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa), Thomas Pieters (Bel), Bill Haas

8.10pm: Jason Kokrak, Joaquin Niemann (Chi), Daniel Berger

8.21pm: Omar Uresti, Justin Harding (Rsa), Andrew Landry

8.32pm: Matthew Borchert, Chris Stroud, Barracuda Winner

Starting at hole ten:

12.55pm: Rich Berberian Jr., Jamie Lovemark, Shugo Imahira (Jpn)

1.06pm: Brandt Snedeker, Sean McCarty, Haotong Li (Chn)

1.17pm: Jim Furyk, Tony Finau, Xander Schauffele

1.28pm: Martin Kaymer (Ger), Davis Love III, Rich Beem

1.39pm: Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn), Ian Poulter (Eng)

1.50pm: Danny Willett (Eng), Henrik Stenson (Swe), Pat Perez

2.01pm: Jason Day (Aus), Phil Mickelson, Keegan Bradley

2.12pm: Shubhankar Sharma (Ind), Jordan Smith (Eng), Scott Piercy

2.23pm: Rory McIlroy (NIrl), Justin Thomas, Tiger Woods

2.34pm: Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng), Webb Simpson, Jhonattan Vegas (Ven)

2.45pm: Stewart Cink, Branden Grace (Rsa), Ryan Moore

2.56pm: Ross Fisher (Eng), Alexander Levy (Fra), Patton Kizzire

3.07pm: Julian Suri, Sungjae Imn (Kor), Craig Bowden

6.15pm: Chesson Hadley, Daniel Balin, Russell Henley

6.26pm: Marty Jertson, Luke List, Kevin Chappell

6.37pm: Nick Watney, Jaysen Hansen, Kyle Stanley

6.48pm: Ted Potter, Jr., Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Jorge Campillo (Spa)

6.59pm: Ryan Vermeer, Paul Broadhurst (Eng), John Daly

7.10pm: Si Woo Kim (Kor), Brice Garnett, Tyrrell Hatton (Eng)

7.21pm: Yong-eun Yang (Kor), Shaun Micheel, Jason Dufner

7.32pm: Charl Schwartzel (Rsa), Thorbjorn Olesen (Den), Patrick Cantlay

7.43pm: Brendan Steele, Adrian Otaegui (Spa), Kevin Na

7.54pm: Charley Hoffman, Chez Reavie, Russell Knox (Sco)

8.05pm: Michael Kim, Seung-su Han, Zachary J Johnson

8.16pm: Brian Smock, Anirban Lahiri (Ind), Mike Lorenzo-Vera (Fra)

8.27pm: Ben Kern, Ryuko Tokimatsu (Jpn), Chris Kirk

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