How to Watch the 2024 Kentucky PGA Championship

Excitement is in the air as the 2024 Kentucky PGA Championship approaches! Whether you're gearing up to watch it live or planning to stream the action from the comfort of your home, we've got you covered with all the details you need to make the most of this prestigious event.

Watch the PGA Championship In-Person

If you're itching to experience the thrill of the tournament live, there may still be time to secure your tickets. Head over to the official PGA site to grab your tickets online before they're all gone! If you're going to be in town for the event, read to the end for more fun things to do and see in Louisville while you're there.

Stream the PGA Championship

Full, Live Coverage Schedule:

  • Tues. 5/14 12PM-3PM ET on ESPN+
  • Wed. 5/15 12PM-3PM ET on ESPN+
  • Thurs. 5/16 7AM-12PM ET on ESPN+
  • 12PM-7PM ET on ESPN
  • Fri. 5/17 7AM-1PM ET on ESPN+
  • 1PM-7PM ET on ESPN
  • Sat. 5/18 8AM-10AM ET on ESPN+
  • 10AM-1PM ET on ESPN
  • 1PM-7PM ET on CBS
  • Sun. 5/19 8AM-10AM ET on ESPN+
  • 10AM-1PM ET on ESPN
  • 1PM-7PM ET on CBS

Streaming Services:

  • Watch online on desktop or download the ESPN app to watch on any of your devices.
  • Can bundle ESPN+ (with Ads) with Disney+ (with Ads) and Hulu (with Ads) for just $14.99/mo.
  • ESPN: Stream through DirecTV stream, fubo, hulu+ Live TV, Sling or YouTube TV
  • CBS: Stream on Paramount+ (1 week free trial, then $5.99/mo)

Listen to the Tournament on SiriusXM Radio

Prefer to listen to the excitement unfold? Tune in to SiriusXM Radio for live coverage throughout the championship days. Mark your calendar for the following dates and times:

  • Thursday, May 16: 1 PM - 7 PM ET
  • Friday, May 17: 1 PM - 7 PM ET
  • Saturday, May 18: 2 PM - 7 PM ET
  • Sunday, May 19: 2 PM - 7 PM ET
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Fun Facts About the PGA Championship

1. Did you know?

The PGA Championship was first held in 1916, making it one of the oldest and most prestigious golf tournaments in the world.

2. Repeat Winners:

The PGA Championship boasts a particularly impressive roster of repeat champions.

Names like Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Walter Hagen, and Gene Sarazen adorn the list of players who have won the tournament multiple times, showcasing the incredible talent and consistency required to conquer this prestigious event.

3. First To Adopt Stroke-Play:

The PGA Championship holds the distinction of being the first major championship to adopt the stroke-play format in 1958.

Prior to this change, the tournament utilized match play, where golfers competed head-to-head in each round.

4. Rookie Triumphs:

In 1913, Francis Ouimet stunned the golf world by winning the U.S. Open as a 20-year-old amateur, marking one of the most memorable moments in golf history.

Similarly, in 2003, Shaun Micheel captured the PGA Championship in his first appearance at the tournament, showcasing the unpredictable and captivating nature of the sport.

5. Record-Breaking Performances:

Over the years, the PGA Championship has been the stage for numerous record-breaking performances that have left an indelible mark on the sport. From lowest 72-hole scores to longest playoff battles, the tournament has seen its fair share of historic moments.

One notable example is Jason Day's record-setting performance in 2015, where he finished with a score of 20-under-par, the lowest in relation to par in major championship history.

6. Wanamaker Trophy:

The iconic Wanamaker Trophy, awarded to the winner of the PGA Championship, weighs a whopping 27 pounds and stands at nearly 2.5 feet tall.

7. Alternate Champion:

In 1991, John Daly became the first and only golfer to win a major championship as an alternate, capturing the PGA Championship title after initially being an alternate for the tournament.

Explore Louisville, Kentucky

While you're in town for the championship, take advantage of the opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of culture, history, and entertainment that Louisville has to offer. Here are some must-see attractions and activities to add to your itinerary:

1. Historic Neighborhoods

Wander through Louisville's charming historic neighborhoods, each offering its own unique character and attractions. From the Victorian architecture of Old Louisville to the trendy boutiques and galleries of the Highlands, there's plenty to discover around every corner.

2. Must-Visit Museums

Kentucky Derby Museum:

Delve into the thrilling world of horse racing at the Kentucky Derby Museum, located at Churchill Downs. Explore interactive exhibits, learn about the history of the iconic race, and even take a guided tour of the legendary racetrack.

Frazier History Museum:

Dive into the rich history and heritage of Kentucky at the Frazier History Museum, where exhibits explore everything from bourbon and firearms to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Don't miss the chance to see artifacts from the Titanic and learn about Louisville's role in shaping American history.

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory:

Baseball fans won't want to miss a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, where you can learn about the history of the iconic Louisville Slugger baseball bat and even take a factory tour to see bats being made firsthand. Don't forget to pose for a photo with the world's largest baseball bat outside the museum!

3. Louisville Mega Cavern

Get ready for an underground adventure at the Louisville Mega Cavern, a massive man-made cavern that offers a variety of thrilling activities. Zip line through the cavern, embark on a challenging ropes course, or take a guided tram tour to learn about the cavern's fascinating history and geology.

4. Waterfront Park

Take a leisurely stroll along the scenic Waterfront Park, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Ohio River and take advantage of walking trails, green spaces, and outdoor recreation areas. Be sure to check out the Big Four Bridge, a former railroad bridge turned pedestrian walkway, for panoramic views of the city skyline.

From historic landmarks to outdoor adventures and everything in between, Louisville offers a wealth of attractions and experiences to delight visitors of all interests. Whether you're a history buff or simply looking to explore the vibrant culture of Kentucky, you're sure to find something to love in this dynamic city.

With so much excitement both on and off the course, the 2024 Kentucky PGA Golf Championship promises to be an unforgettable experience for golf enthusiasts everywhere. Whether you're watching in person or cheering from home, don't miss a moment of the action!