PGA Championship 2020: News, tee times, schedule, coverage and analysis from the tournament

The PGA Championship was pushed back from its original date in May due to the coronavirus pandemic, which shut down golf -- and sports. So we find ourselves here, in early August with golf's first major of 2020.

There will be no fans on site at TPC Harding Park, but there will be drama. Tiger Woods makes a rare 2020 appearance. Brooks Koepka comes looking for a three-peat. Jordan Spieth searches for the last piece of the career grand slam.


When: Aug. 6-9
Where: TPC Harding Park
Tee times: Here is the full rundown for the first two rounds

How to watch

ESPN and ESPN+ will have wall-to-wall coverage of the year's first major championship. From the tee time and the featured groups reveals to player news conferences and interviews to extensive live-action coverage, we've got you covered.

Click here to find out all the ways to watch and stream the PGA Championship on ESPN & ESPN+

Round 2

Inside Tiger Woods' frustrating day at the PGA Championship. READ

Everything you need to know to get set for the third round. READ

Brooks Koepka fights tight hip to get in contention. READ

Li Haotong surprised he's leading the PGA Championship. READ

Round 1

Usually, he's surrounded by fans at a major. Tiger Woods was followed by silence on Thursday. And he was OK. READ

Tiger goes with a new putter -- and that is a big deal. READ

Tiger Woods didn't find the fairway as much as he would have liked, but he still got the job done. READ

Bryson DeChambeau takes a big swing -- and snaps his driver. READ

Did Martin Kaymer find his way? Maybe he did. READ

Matthew Fitzpatrick's errant tee shot hit commissioner Jay Monahan. READ

Catching up on everything you need to know

Haven't been paying close attention all that happened before and after the golf shutdown? No worries. Here you go. READ

Who can and cannot win the PGA Championship

It's a loaded field. So who has a shot at the Wanamaker Trophy? And who, well, doesn't? READ

'I'm defending, aren't I? OK, just checking' -- Why Brooks Koepka never doubts Brooks Koepka

He's the defending champ. And he's ready. READ

ESPN predictions: OK, who wins?

Our experts had plenty of choices. So, who gets it right? READ