PGA 2019 live coverage: How to watch the PGA Championship on Saturday
Less than 24 hours after posting a course-record 63 on Thursday, Brooks Koepka picked up right where he left off. The reigning PGA champion followed up his historic opening round with a second-round 65 and leads by seven.
Koepka continued to methodically disarm the treacherous Bethpage Black, striping drives, hitting greens, and pouring in putts with alarming ease. With a score of 128 through two rounds, he enters the weekend with the lowest 36-hole score in major championship history.
But while Koepka stands more than a half dozen clear of the field, plenty of others will have an opportunity to make their move on PGA’s moving day.
Jordan Spieth, notably, is putting together his best tournament in quite some time. His second-round 66 has him at five under par, tied for second place with Adam Scott, who fired a 64 on Friday. Tiger Woods (five over) will not be among those to watch this weekend, as he shot 73 and missed the cut.
Elsewhere, Dustin Johnson (four under) and Justin Rose (three under) are among the big names lurking, hoping Koepka slips up at the top so they can make their move. Either the weekend will be the coronation of an historic performance, crowning the clear best player in the world, or it will bear a comeback for the ages. Regardless, you’ll want to tune in.
Below are all the ways you can watch Saturday’s third round.
How to watch the PGA on Saturday
Featured Group No. 1 (AM and PM groups): 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (PGA.com)
Featured Group No. 2 (AM and PM groups): 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (PGA.com)
Featured Holes 16, 17, and 18: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. (PGA.com)
TNT Simulcast: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (WatchTNT.com)
CBS Simulcast: 2–7 p.m. (CBS.com)
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