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PGA 2019 News: TV and Live Streaming Networks

One of the world’s greatest golf event, PGA 2019 championship is less than two months remaining. Bethpage Park would host the tournament and attract thousands of golf die-hard to the venue as well as million others from around the world through networks. For those who choose to stay at home and enjoy PGA sessions, this would be great news for you.

TV Broadcast

Two major PGA’s official tv networks are CBS and ESPN which have an 11-year agreement with the franchise for full TV and digital coverage. They have won OTT rights for PGA championship live coverage until 2020. So, if you want to watch PGA 2019 from your TV, you should ensure to have one or both channels before the days.

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Live Streaming

It’s been confirmed that ESPN, ESPN+, and CBS also get the rights more comprehensive coverage including TV broadcast, TV cable, and various digital platforms. While PGA.com would provide the live streaming from Bethpage Park through their sites, those networks broaden the live coverage through their digital platforms. You can either enjoy PGA 2019 through your browser or mobile app.

The Schedule and Promotion

At this point, there are several ways to watch PGA Championship. First of all, you’ll need to be connected with either ESPN, CBS Sports or PGA of America network to get the access to the live coverage. It should be noted the networks share the schedule for live coverage so you need to check schedule and stay tuned on their promotional events.

CBS Sports

CBS will broadcast the third and finals of Saturday and Sunday events. It also gets the exclusive rights to distribute the live coverage through its digital networks including on-site CBS Sports Network, CBS All Access, CBSSports.com, mobile apps, and official social media page/platforms. CBS would lead the PGA 2019 broadcasting production during the event but share the rights with ESPN.


Both ESPN & ESPN+ share comprehensive air coverage through their networks. While CBS broadcast the third and final rounds later, you can get hours of morning coverage on ESPN and ESPN+. Featured group and featured hole are also covered by ESPN+. They also cover the practice seasons, interviews, conference, and post-round highlight scenes on multiple platforms including ESPN.com, ESPN signature news, SportsCenter program, and ESPN app.

Don’t miss any sessions of PGA 2019, stay tuned for more comprehensive updates on TV and live streaming schedule.