ESPN+ Will Feature Exclusive Live Coverage of Tiger Woods Opening Round at PGA Championship
This is How to Stream Tiger Woods on ESPN+
If you’re looking to watch Tiger Woods opening round at the PGA Championship, you will need to subscribe to ESPN+. The streaming service will air exclusive coverage from 10am-4pm ET on Thursday (8/6) and Friday (8/7), 11am-1pm on Saturday (8/8), 10am-12pm on Sunday (8/9).
How to Stream PGA Championship on ESPN+
- When: Starting August 6th at 10am
- Stream: ESPN+
- Pricing: $4.99 a month / $50 per year
Tiger Woods, who is paired with Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy, will tee off at 11:33am ET on Thursday, meaning his entire round will be during ESPN+ coverage. Fortunately, the streaming service will be featuring the group as one of their four featured pairings, meaning you’ll see every shot of his round.
- Tiger Woods / Rory McIlroy / Justin Thomas (11:33am ET tee time)
- Jordan Spieth / Dustin Johnson / Justin Rose (11:22a ET tee time)
- Phil Mickelson / Jon Rahm / Sergio Garcia (4:58p ET tee time)
- Rickie Fowler / Bryson DeChambeau / Adam Scott (4:47p ET tee time)
Starting at 4pm on Thursday and Friday, the coverage will also be available on ESPN. On the weekend, ESPN will cover the tournament from 1-4pm (12-3pm on Sunday), while CBS takes over from 4-10pm (3-9pm during the Final round).
The service will stream coverage of two featured holes on Saturday and Sunday of each event as the full telecast airs simultaneously on CBS or NBC (featured hole coverage typically shows alternate angles of athletes and their approach to the selected holes). PGA Tour organizers will select the featured holes for each day, ESPN said.
In March, the Tour announced “PGA Tour Live on ESPN+,” a nine-year domestic rights agreement slated to begin in 2022. The deal is set to bring golf fans more than 4,000 hours of live coverage from 36 tournaments a year, including a full four days of coverage at 28 events with four simultaneous live feeds each day.