ESPN Caribbean fans will enjoy the best golf LIVE with the 2022 PGA Championship


ESPN Caribbean fans will enjoy the best golf LIVE with the 2022 PGA Championship

• In the Caribbean, ESPN will be broadcasting more than 25-hours of live coverage of the PGA Championship on its linear channels.

• Digitally, ESPN Play will stream network simulcast coverage of the PGA Championship and provide hundreds of hours of exclusive LIVE streaming coverage – including practice rounds, player interviews and comprehensive live coverage of Featured Groups and Featured Holes during all four rounds of the event.

The 2022 PGA Championship will take place from Thursday, May 19 to Sunday, May 22 from Tulsa, Oklahoma featuring the best golfers on the planet.

The 104th edition of the PGA Championship will take place at historic Southern Hills Country Club. The course will surely present a great challenge for the golfers and the winner will obtain the coveted historic Wanamaker Trophy.

Amongst the presence of the top ranked players in the world – No. 1 Scottie Scheffler as well as Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa and Cameron Smith. Jordan Spieth is looking for a PGA Championship win to complete a career Grand Slam. All in addition to the magnetism generated by the presence of Tiger Woods himself, the last Southern Hills PGA Champion from 2007.

SportsCenter will provide on-site reports and updates from the PGA Championship from the beginning of this week, continuing through the conclusion of the tournament. Michael Eaves, Matt Barrie, Sage Steele and Scott Van Pelt will anchor ESPN’s news and information coverage, joined by ESPN golf analysts and reporters including North, Strange, Collins, Wojciechowski and Smith from Southern Hills.

On Thursday and Friday morning, Steele and Barrie, the regular anchors of the noon ET edition of SportsCenter, will host live reports from the PGA Championship on SportsCenter every half hour between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. They will be joined by guest analyst Suzy Whaley, former President of the PGA of America, and PGA Tour Champions player Jeff Sluman.

ESPN’s coverage of the 2022 PGA Championship will be available to over 30 countries in the Caribbean, and fans can watch wall-to-wall coverage on ESPN’ television, online, mobile and broadband platforms. The PGA Championship on will have exclusive news, columns and analysis before, during and after the PGA Championship.

ESPN Caribbean Presents the PGA Championship (All times Eastern)

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