2024 PGA Championship Schedule; TV Broadcast, and more

2024 PGA Championship Schedule

The 2024 PGA Championship schedule takes place May 13-19, 2024, at Valhalla Country Club in Louisville, Kentucky. This is the fourth time the major championship is taking place at the club. The Jack Nichlaus designed course opened in 1986 and also hosted the 2008 Ryder Cup. We have the full schedule, PGA Championship TV schedule, and more for you below. 

2024 PGA Championship Schedule

The 2024 PGA Championship schedule sees a good amount of air time. ESPN is the primary U.S. coverage network for the first two rounds of the tournament. For the third and fourth rounds, CBS takes over the later portions of coverage each day with ESPN covering the earlier parts of the day. 

If you are a golf fan in the U.K, then Sky Sports will air the golf major for you. Canadian viewers will be able to checkout the PGA Championship on TSN. 

US television coverage in 2024 will encompass more than 20 hours of air time including early round and morning coverage on ESPN’ with the final two rounds televised live on CBS. The final schedule will be confirmed in May leading up to the golf tournament. 

2024 PGA Championship TV Schedule

Thursday May 16Friday May 17Saturday May 18Sunday May 19
First RoundSecond RoundThird RoundFinal Round
7 AM – 1 PM7 AM – 1 PM8 AM – 10 AM8 AM – 10 AM
1 PM – 7 PM1 PM – 7 PM10 AM – 1 PM10 AM – 1 PM
1 PM – 7 PM1 PM – 7 PM
2024 PGA Championship TV Schedule

PGA Championship Background and Tickets

2024 will be the 106th edition of the PGA Championship. The tournament is historically the second professional golf major to take place each year. It is normally in mid-May approximately a month after the Masters takes place. The U.S. major used to be the fourth and final one each year, but was moved to the weekend before Memorial Day in 2019. Similar to the Masters, if you are looking to buy tickets on the primary market for the event, you will need to do so in June (for the next year).

Tickets normally start out around $500 and higher for the tournament days. You can get practice day tickets a lot cheaper. The golfers compete for the Wanamaker trophy and a purse that can exceed $3 million for the champion. Brooks Koepka won the PGA Championship for the third time in 2023. His winner’s share of the purse was $3.15 million.

PGA Championship Facts

Valhalla Course Map
Valhalla Course Map
  • The Wanamaker Trophy is awarded to the PGA Championship winner. It is one of the largest trophies in professional golf at 28 inches high, 27 inches wide, and weighs 27 pounds. It is named after Rodman Wanamaker who was a department store magnate and helped found the PGA. 
  • Each winner is given a replica of the trophy. The PGA Historical Society keeps the original in Port Lucie, Florida. 
  • Jack Nicklaus holds the most PGA Championship titles with five. Tiger Woods has the next most with four.

Will Tiger Woods Play in the 2024 PGA Championship? 

Now that Tiger Woods has gotten a full major under his belt with the 2024 Masters, a common question that comes up is will Tiger Woods play in the 2024 PGA Championship? Right now, the answer is yes. He likely won’t play a ton before, but having a month off will let him get ready for the 2nd golf major of the year. Tiger has won in Valhalla before too. We’ll keep you posted on any changes to his plans. Tiger has won the PGA Championship four times during his career. You can check out the list of all of the PGA Championship winners here.

2024 Golf Major Championship Schedule

The Masters: Week of April 8-14 at Augusta National, Augusta, Georgia

PGA Championship: Week of May 13-19 at Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky

U.S. Open: Week of June 10-16 at Pinehurst Resort (No. 2), Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina

British Open: Week of July 15-21 at Royal Troon, South Ayrshire, Scotland

You can check out the complete PGA Tour schedule here. And for the LIV golf fans out there, the LIV golf schedule here. 

Enjoy the PGA Championship. Here are some highlights for you to enjoy from 2023.

Jacey Tine

Jacey Tine is a lifelong San Diego Padres and Florida Gators fan. She has been delivering sports coverage and content for 7 years and counting now. You'll find her covering a number of sports and other news-worthy events on Sports Brackets.

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