PGA Championship TV Schedule: How to Watch, Live Stream Second Round

Brooks Koepka's bid to become the first man in the stroke era to win the PGA Championship three consecutive times got off to the near-perfect start as the Floridian sits one shot behind the leaders after the first round at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California.

Fresh from finishing second at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational last week, Koepka shot a 4-under par 66 on Thursday, finishing just one shot adrift of joint-leaders Jason Day and Brendon Todd. Koepka hasn't won a tournament since May last year and has been troubled by a knee injury for the last 12 months but looked back to his imposing best in the first round, carding six birdies and looking completely pain-free.

"It's only 18 holes right now," the four-time major winner said after the first round. "I feel good. I feel confident. I'm excited for the next three days. I think I can definitely play a lot better. Just need to tidy a few things up, and we'll be there come Sunday on the back nine."

Justin Rose and Xander Schauffele along with other five players also finished one shot behind the leaders, while Tiger Woods is two shots further adrift after carding a 2-under 68. Making his first PGA Tour start since the Memorial Tournament last month and only his second since finishing last among those who made the cut at the Genesis Invitational in February, Woods climbed up the leaderboard with three birdies in a four-hole stretch towards the end of his round.

The 15-time major winner recorded his best strokes gained in putting since January and credited his new putter, which replaced the one with which he won 14 of his 15 majors, for the improved performance.

"There's something familiar with my other one. I've won a few events with it," he explained. "But every now and again, it needs to be benched, and this was a good week for it."

Bryson DeChambeau, 2018 Masters winner Patrick Reed and reigning Open champion Shane Lowry also finished the first round a 2-under, while Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa are a shot further back.

Making his first start since returning to the top of the world rankings last week, Justin Thomas finished one above par, while Jon Rahm and Rory McIlroy, the world No. 2 and No. 3 respectively, finished with an even par 70.

Here's how to keep up with the second round.

PGA Championship live leaderboard

  • Brendon Todd, Jason Day -5
  • Martin Kaymer, Xander Schauffele, Brooks Koepka, Bud Cauley, Scottie Scheffler, Zach Johnson, Justin Rose, Brendan Steele, Mike Lorenzo-Vera -4
  • Tony Finau, Kevin Kisner, Daniel Berger, Gary Woodland, Alex Noren, Tom Lewis, Li Haotong, J.T. Poston -3

The complete leaderboard is available on PGA Tour's official website.

Selected tee times (All times ET, * denotes groups starting from tee No. 10)

  • 11:11 a.m.—Tommy Fleetwood, Viktor Hovland, Hideki Matsuyama*
  • 11:22 a.m.—Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau, Adam Scott*
  • 11:33 a.m.—Jon Rahm, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia*
  • 3:52 p.m.—Tony Finau, Danny Willett, Patrick Cantlay
  • 4:03 p.m.—Martin Kaymer, Jason Dufner, Jason Day
  • 4:14 p.m.—Daniel Berger, Xander Schauffele, Steve Stricker
  • 4:25 p.m.—Henrik Stenson, Collin Morikawa, Zach Johnson
  • 4:36 p.m.—Brooks Koepka, Gary Woodland, Shane Lowry
  • 4:47 p.m.—Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose
  • 4:58 p.m.—Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas

TV coverage

Coverage of the second round begins at 4 p.m. ET on Friday on ESPN and runs until 10 p.m. ET. CBS will take over the broadcast over the weekend for the final two rounds.

Live stream

ESPN+ will live stream the opening tee shot on Friday and carry six hours of coverage on both days before the TV broadcast begins. ESPN+ will also carry coverage of the Featured Groups throughout the four days of the tournament and coverage of Featured Holes for the final two rounds, as well as two hours of early action on both Saturday and Sunday.

A live stream of each round will also be available on ESPN. com, while coverage of the final two rounds will be available on CBS.com.

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Brooks Koepka plays a shot from the 15th tee during the first round of the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park on August 6 in San Francisco, California. Sean M. Haffey/Getty