PGA Championship

PGA Championship : The PGA Championship gets underway on Thursday as the world’s best golfers attend the four-day showpiece in New York. PGA Championship 2019: tee times, key holes, field, how to watch, start time

Masters winner Tiger Woods, chasing a 16th major title, leads a powerhouse field into Thursday’s opening round of the PGA Championship at rain-drenched Bethpage Black.

Woods won the first two majors of 2002 at the Masters and US Open at Bethpage, where two inches of rain has soaked the course, which has surrendered only six sub-par scores in hosting two prior majors.

Can Tiger Woods do it again? Despite a divisive past, it seemed like every sport fan across the world had their heart warmed by Tiger Wood’s long awaited 15thmajor title at The Masters. His final day triumph was the talk of the tournament, with Woods winning the first of the four Majors on offer in 2019.


On May 16 at the Bethpage Black course in Long Island, New York, the second major of 2019 begins. A massive field of 162 golfers will contest the 104thPGA Championship golf tournament. Eight are Australians, including former PGA Championship winner Jason Day. All of whom will compete for something bigger than progress through the USPGA tour in which the PGA Championship tournament resides.

With the best in the world set to go at it, here’s everything you need to know ahead of the 2019 PGA Championship.

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Brooks Koepka is the reigning champion going into 2019, and we be amongst the favourite to secure the title.

Koepka wants to become the fourth player in history to win ten Majors, but Tigers Woods is out to stop him.

This year the tournament has switched to March, Woods another contender for the trophy.

Koepka insisted: “There are 156 in the field, so you figure at least 80 of them I’m just going to beat.

“From there you figure about half of them won’t play well, so you’re down to about maybe 35.

“And then from 35, the pressure is going to get to some of them. It only leaves you with a few more, and you’ve just got to beat those guys.

“I think one of the big things that I’ve learned over the last few years is you don’t need to win it, you don’t have to try to go win it.