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PGA Championship 2019: Tee times for Round 3, TV schedule, live stream

Sporting News — (Jacob Janower)

Fresh off his victory at the Masters, Tiger Woods will try to win his second consecutive major when he takes part in the 2019 PGA Championship at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York.

Woods has won four times at the PGA Championship, one shy of the record held by Jack Nicklaus. His most recent triumph came in 2007. He finished in second place last year, two strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka, which was his first top 10 in the event since 2009. This will be Woods' first tournament since his victory at Augusta.

MORE: Watch the PGA Championship live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

If you're thinking that it's too early in the year for the PGA Championship to be played, you're probably not alone. The tournament was moved from August to the weekend before Memorial Day in May beginning this year — a move designed to fill the long wait between the Masters and the U.S. Open.

This will be the first time the PGA Championship will be held at Bethpage Black, which has hosted the U.S. Open twice in the past. Woods won at the course in 2002.

While his chances at winning a second-straight major have increased since his Masters victory, Woods will have to surge above a crowded field that includes defending champion Koepka, two-time winner Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson, the No. 1 golfer in the world.

Here is everything to know about the 2019 PGA Championship, including the TV schedule, round-by-round tee times for Tiger Woods and the field, plus updated betting odds . You can also follow our live leaderboard for hole-by-hole updates.

PGA Championship 2019 TV schedule, live stream

The first two rounds and the early portions of the final two rounds will be broadcast on TNT. CBS will carry the afternoon broadcasts for Rounds 3 and 4. Ernie Johnson is on play-by-play for TNT, while Jim Nantz will lead the CBS coverage. You can also live stream all four rounds by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Date Time TV Channel
Thursday, May 161-7:00 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV
Friday, May 171-7:30 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV
Saturday, May 1811-2 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV
Saturday, May 182-7 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV
Sunday, May 1911-2 p.m. ETTNT/ fuboTV
Sunday, May 192-7 p.m. ETCBS/ fuboTV

LIVE: Full PGA Championship leaderboard

Tiger Woods' PGA Championship tee times

Tiger Woods missed the cut Friday by a single stroke, surprisingly cutting his weekend short.

Round Time Pairing
1 8:24 a.m. ETFrancesco Molinari, Brooks Koepka
2 1:49 p.m. ETMolinari, Koepka
3 N/A...
4 N/A...

Who else is in the PGA Championship field?

Like the typical major, there is no shortage of big names in the PGA Championship field. Outside of Woods and previous winners Koepka, McIlroy and Justin Thomas, the top-10 ranked  Justin Rose, Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele and Francesco Molinari. 

There will also be those competing who won the tournament 10-plus years ago, including Y.E. Yang, Shaun Micheel, Vijay Singh and Padraig Harrington.

2019 PGA Championship tee times, pairings

Saturday, Round 3

Tee time (ET)Pairing
7:50 a.m.Joost Luiten, Lucas Herbert
8 a.m.Justin Harding, J.T. Poston
8:10 a.m.David Lipsky, Shane Lowry
8:20 a.m.Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Andrew Putnam
8:30 a.m.J.J. Spaun, Thomas Pieters
8:40 a.m.Corey Conners, Rob Labritz
8:50 a.m.Rich Beem, Rafa Cabrera Bello
9 a.m.Adam Long, Ryan Vermeer
9:10 a.m.Cameron Smith, Abraham Ancer
9:20 a.m.Jason Day, Kevin Tway
9:30 a.m.Thorbjorn Olesen, Rory McIlroy
9:40 a.m.Emiliano Grillo, Tony Finau
9:50 a.m.Jason Kokrak, Cameron Champ
10 a.m.Haotong Li, Alex Noren
10:10 a.m.Charley Hoffman, Graeme McDowell
10:20 a.m.Adam Hadwin, Henrik Stenson
10:30 a.m.Kurt Kitayama, Sam Burns
10:50 a.m.Joel Dahmen, Billy Horschel
11 a.m.Aaron Wise, Marty Jertson
11:10 a.m.Brandt Snedeker, Max Homa
11:20 a.m.Webb Simpson, Beau Hossler
11:30 a.m.Pat Perez, Danny Willett
11:40 a.m.Lucas Glover, Paul Casey
11:50 a.m.Lucas Bjerregaard, Ross Fisher
NoonTyrrell Hatton, Francesco Molinari
12:10 p.m.Matt Kuchar, Jimmy Walker
12:20 p.m.Zach Johnson, Phil Mickelson
12:30 p.m.Gary Woodland, Keegan Bradley
12:40 p.m.Charles Howell III, Matt Fitzpatrick
12:50 p.m.Chez Reavie, Xander Schauffele
1 p.m.Scott Piercy, Mike Lorenzo-Vera
1:10 p.m.Patrick Cantlay, Bronson Burgoon
1:20 p.m.Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama
1:40 p.m.Tommy Fleetwood, Louis Oosthuizen
1:50 p.m.Harold Varner III, Erik Van Rooyen
2 p.m.Sung Kang, Jazz Janewattananond
2:10 p.m.Justin Rose, Danny Lee
2:20 p.m.Matt Wallace, Luke List
2:30 p.m.Dustin Johnson, Kelly Kraft
2:40 p.m.Adam Scott, Daniel Berger
2:50 p.m.Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth

PGA Championship purse, winnings

The PGA Championship's purse has yet to be announced, although it will likely be the same or more than the $11 million total in 2018. Koepka's winners share last year was $1,980,000. The Masters' purse this year was $11.5 million after being at $11 million the previous year, so it's possible the PGA Championship will see the same increase.

Odds to win the PGA Championship

Golfer Odds
Tiger Woods+700
Dustin Johnson+900
Rory McIlroy+1000
Brooks Koepka+1200
Justin Thomas+1200
Francesco Molinari+1600
Justin Rose+1600
Bryson DeChambeau+2000
Jon Rahm+2000
Rickie Fowler+2000

(More odds via Bovada)

PGA Championship past winners

Since it became a stroke play event in 1958, no golfer has won the PGA Championship more times than Nicklaus, who has five victories. Woods has the opportunity to tie that total this year. 

McIlroy is the most recent golfer to win the tournament for a second time, a feat he accomplished in 2014.

Year Winner Score
2018Brooks Koepka-16
2017Justin Thomas-8
2016Jimmy Walker-14
2015Jason Day-20
2014Rory McIlroy-16
2013Jason Dufner-10
2012Rory McIlroy-13
2011Keegan Bradley-8
2010Martin Kaymer-11
2009Y.E. Yang-8