PGA Championship Live

PGA Championship Live Stream: How To Watch The USPGA – Don’t miss a moment of the action from TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. “PGA Championship Live” The Wanamaker Trophy is on the line for the 102nd time this week as the first round of the 2020 PGA Championship rolls on Thursday at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. Though there is no crowd in attendance the coronavirus pandemic, creating a bit of a strange atmosphere for those competing in this event, 95 of the top 100 golfers in the world will take the course in perfect golf weather looking to pick up a major championship before the COVID-19-shortened season closes out.

Round 2 — Thursday, August 6

Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Along with the best active golfers, there will be 20 PGA of America amateurs will be attempting to make some waves this week. Whether they will be able to stand up to the likes of Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods … well, that remains to be seen. Check out when your favorite golfers will begin Round 1 action with our full slate of PGA Championship tee times.

The lone major to be contested as part of the 2019-20 season allows the grandeur of the PGA Championship to stand out even more than it already does in a regular year. With so many storylines to consider — Koepka’s potential three peat and Jordan Spieth finishing out the career grand slam, just to name a couple — this will be a PGA Championship to remember. Will Tiger Woods continue inching closer to Jack Nicklaus? Can Rory McIlroy break out of his funk?

This all remains to be seen, but Round 1 has been relatively friendly thus far. Through most of the day, it’s clear there are low scores to be had at TPC Harding Park with Jason Day sitting as the leader in the clubhouse at 5 under and some big names like Brooks Koepka just one shot behind him after 18 holes.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way Thursday with PGA Championship live coverage from the first tee shot to the final putt in Round 1. Be sure to follow along!

As far as watching PGA Championship golf on television and streaming online, we are here to provide you with that information, too. Keep on scrolling to see how you can view as much of the PGA Championship on Thursday.

PGA Championship 2020

PGA Championship 2020 : Winner Betting Odds. Get the best available USPGA Championship odds from all online bookmakers with Oddschecker. PGA Championship 2020 at TPC Harding Park, San Francisco, round one — Jason Day has put himself in a great position to win a second career major, sharing the lead after the first day of the PGA Championship.

Day carded an impressive, bogey free five-under-par 65 to take the early clubhouse lead and only American Brendon Todd — ranked 795th in the world a year ago — managed to match his effort out of the afternoon starters at TPC Harding Park.

The duo sit a shot ahead of nine players who carded opening 66s, including reigning champion Brooks Koepka.

Another Aussie Adam Scott started brightly despite having not played a tour event in 150 days, carding a two-under 68 — the same score as Tiger Woods who also began encouragingly.

It was Day’s best ever opening round at the PGA Championship, including when he won it in 2015, with his previous best a three-under-par 67 in 2013 and 2018.

The Queenslander is coming off a string of four straight top ten finishes since the USPGA Tour restarted.

I feel like the momentum that I’ve had over the last three starts has kind of seeped into this week, said Day.

The funny thing is that every day I’m excited to go back to the golf course and play, whereas before I was struggling to get up and going.

THE CHASING PACK

Also in the pack a shot behind day is Martin Kaymer, Xander Schauffele, Justin Rose, Bud Cauley, Scottie Scheffler, Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Brendan Steele, and Zach Johnson.

Todd, who already has three PGA Tour wins, had four birdies on his front nine and added three more with no bogeys on the back nine for a 65.

Meanwhile Koepka, who is chasing history by trying to become the first three-peat PGA major winner in almost a century, once again demonstrated his ability to raise his game on the biggest stages.

The American got on a roll at last week’s WGC-FedEx St. Jude event in Memphis and carried it over to this tournament.

To do it here, it would be special,” he said of the three-peat. “I think there’s, what, six guys that have ever won three in a row. Not a bad list to be on.

Koepka sank four birdies in the final six holes of his front nine after starting his round from the 10th tee where he made bogey.

On his fourth hole of the day at No. 13, Koepka hit a 175-yard approach shot to six feet and then hit another 165-yard approach to just three feet on the next hole. He drained a nine-foot putt on 16 for another birdie.

I put the ball in the fairway, hit some greens and made putts. You just try to break it down. It is pretty simple and I did a good job of that today,” he said.

Koepka was more than happy with his start but also made sure to take a sly dig at American rival Bryson DeChambeau’s “scientific” approach to the game.

I feel good, I’m playing good,” said Koepka. “There’s no reason to be scientific with all the numbers and stuff like that on TrackMan, so I just go out and play.