- Coverage begins tomorrow at 11:15 a.m. ET, continues through Final Round on Sunday, August 27
- Marquee, Featured groups teeing off in staggered FedExCup Starting Strokes format
- New On the Range at the TOUR Championship show features Trackman shot tracing, interviews, analysis
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Four-stream coverage of the final event of the FedExCup Playoffs on PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+ begins tomorrow at the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, exclusively for ESPN+ subscribers.
- Coverage begins tomorrow at 11:15 a.m. ET, continues through Sunday, August 27.
- The field for the TOUR Championship includes the top 30 players in the FedExCup standings following last week’s BMW Championship.
- The TOUR Championship features FedExCup Starting Strokes, a staggered, strokes-based system that rewards players according to the FedExCup standings entering this week’s tournament.
Also, On the Range at the TOUR Championship presented by Titleist, will stream tomorrow on ESPN+ at 2 p.m. ET, featuring players on the practice range as they prepare for the event with Trackman Tracing, radar stats, expert analysis, player interviews and more.
THURSDAY | August 24
Main Feed | 11:15 a.m. ET
Marquee Group | 11:15 a.m. ET
- Jordan Spieth (starting at Even) – No. 29 in FedExCup standings, No. 12 world ranking, three-time major champion, 13-time PGA TOUR winner, 2015 FedExCup champion
- Sepp Straka (Even) – No. 30 in FedExCup standings, two-time TOUR winner (2023 John Deere Classic, 2022 Honda Classic)
Featured Groups | 11:45 a.m. ET
- Jason Day (-1) – 25 in FedExCup standings, 13 PGA TOUR wins, 2015 PGA Championship winner
- Sam Burns (Even) – 26 in FedExCup standings, 2023 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play winner, five-time TOUR winner
- Collin Morikawa (-1) – No. 24 in FedExCup standings, No. 20 world ranking, 2021 Open Champion, 2020 PGA Champion, five-time TOUR winner
- Adam Schenk (-1) – No. 23 in FedExCup standings, Korn Ferry Tour winner
Featured Hole: 11:30 a.m. ET
- No. 2 | Par 3
At 1 p.m. ET, coverage will transition to two Featured Group feeds and two Featured Hole streams.
Featured Group – Coverage will follow the Jason Day and Sam Burns group, until Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm begin their round at 1:49 p.m. ET.
- Rory McIlroy (-7) – Three-time and defending FedExCup champion, No. 3 in FedExCup standings, No. 2 world ranking, four-time major champion, 24-time TOUR winner, three-time PGA TOUR Player of the Year
- Jon Rahm (-6) – No. 4 in FedExCup standings, No. 3 world ranking, 2023 Masters champion, 2021 U.S. Open champion, four wins in 2023 (Sentry Tournament of Champions, The American Express, Genesis Invitational, Masters), 11-time TOUR winner
Featured Group – Coverage will follow the Jordan Spieth and Sepp Straka group, then move to Max Homa and Lucas Glover in progress, when Spieth and Straka finish their round.
- Max Homa (-4) – No. 6 in FedExCup standings, No. 7 world ranking, six-time TOUR winner, 2023 Farmers Insurance Open winner
- Lucas Glover (-5) – No. 5 in FedExCup standings, back-to-back TOUR wins in 2023 (Wyndham Championship, FedEx St. Jude Championship), six-time TOUR winner, 2009 U.S. Open champion
Featured Holes: Nos. 2 and 15
- Coverage begins on East Lake’s par 3 No. 2 and moves to the par 3 No. 15 once the first group reaches that hole.
Featured Holes: Nos. 9 and 17
- Coverage begins on the par 3 No. 9 and moves to the par 4 No. 17 once the first group reaches that hole.
PGA TOUR LIVE on ESPN+ will follow similar schedules Friday, Saturday and Sunday, determined when pairings and tee times are announced.
|Day||Start Time (ET)||Coverage|
|11:15 a.m.||Main Feed||
Best action across the tournament field
Jordan Spieth / Sepp Straka
|11:30 a.m.||Featured Hole||
No. 2 | Par 3
|11:45 a.m.||Featured Groups||
Jason Day / Sam Burns
Collin Morikawa / Adam Schenk
|1 p.m.||Featured Groups||
Jason Day / Sam Burns
Rory McIlroy / Jon Rahm
Jordan Spieth / Sepp Straka
Max Homa / Lucas Glover
No. 2 | Par 3
No. 15 | Par 3
No. 9| Par 3
No. 17 | Par 4
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