PGA Championship 2022 live stream: how to watch online from anywhere, on TV and without cable – Day 4. The PGA Championship just gets wilder every year. Between Phil Mickelson’s dramatic no-show and Tiger Woods among the field, we’ve already had more than enough drama to tide us over until today’s final round. Rory McIlroy looks out of contention after a dismal day in dismal weather. Instead it’s Chile’s Mito Pereira that leads the field on nine under par. Matt Fitzpatrick (Eng) and Will Zalatoris (US) are in joint second on six under. Who can hold their nerve? Read on as we explain how to watch a 2022 PGA Championship live stream online from anywhere in the world, with or without cable.
Second major of the year promises high drama and controversy
Phil Mickelson was the most popular figure in golf 12 months ago, and his sudden fall from grace has been every bit as extraordinary as his PGA Championship victory last year. The 51-year-old has opted not to defend his crown, with tempers still running high after his attempted Saudi cash grab.
The Wanamaker Trophy is the only big prize missing from Jordan Spieth’s cabinet, and the American had been in promising form since missing the cut at the Masters, bouncing back by winning the RBC Heritage. He’s well out of the running this time, though, at five over par after three rounds. Rory McIlroy also sits too far back at evens and Tiger Woods has called it a day after finishing Day 3 joint last on 12 over par.
Instead it’s a sea of fresh faces on the leaderboard from first to sixth, none of whom have ever won a major – surely a day to remember for one of them? There’s no shortage of intriguing storylines, and here’s how to watch a PGA Championship live stream online.
PGA Championship live stream 2022
Dates: May 19-22
Start times (Thu & Fri): 7am CT (local) / 8am ET / 5am PT / 1pm BST / 10pm AEST
Venue: Southern Hills Country Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma
US coverage: stream ESPN and CBS live with FuboTV FREE trial or watch via ESPN Plus and FREE Paramount Plus trial
Watch 2022 PGA Championship on TV in the US
Coverage of the 2022 PGA Championship is split between ESPN and CBS in the US, with CBS getting the main slice of the pie.
ESPN’s coverage runs from 2pm ET / 11am PT to 8pm ET / 5pm PT on both Thursday and Friday, and from 10am ET / 7am PT to 1pm ET / 10am PT on Saturday and Sunday.
CBS, meanwhile, is showing the action from 1pm ET / 10am PT to 7pm / 4pm PT on both Saturday and Sunday.
If you have the channels on cable, simply head to the ESPN website and the CBS website and log in with your cable credentials to stream their coverage online.
How to watch PGA Championship 2022 without cable
If you don’t have those channels on cable, don’t worry – you still have plenty of options.
Both CBS and ESPN are available on FuboTV, which is a comprehensive cable replacement that offers more than 120 other channels on plans starting from $69.99 per month.
Better still, it offers a FREE fuboTV trial, and there’s no requirement for a long-term contract.
More ways to live stream PGA Championship 2022
If you don’t mind missing the first two rounds, another good option is Paramount Plus, which is CBS’ dedicated streaming service.
A subscription starts at just $4.99 a month after a FREE 7-day Paramount Plus trial, and the platform is bursting with top shows like 1883: A Yellowstone Origin Story, the Halo TV series, all things Star Trek, and even more live sports action from CBS, including Serie A soccer.
Finally, there’s ESPN Plus, which is live streaming early action, Featured Groups, and Holes 16, 17 and 18 during live play on all four days of the tournament.
Plans cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year, but for the ultimate value, grab a combined ESPN+, Hulu and Disney Plus bundle for just $13.99 a month, which gets you loads of great entertainment and family-friendly content in addition to loads of live sports coverage.
The second major of the year has taken center stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma, all week with the beauty of May surrounding Southern Hills at the 2022 PGA Championship. This site has proven to be a tough test through 54 holes, and there’s no doubt that it will remain a beast that some of the best golfers in the world will attempt to slay on Sunday.
This major is so stacked that even a couple unfortunate absences have not been felt. Among those not in attendance is defending champion Phil Mickelson, who watches from afar as the rest of the golf world moves on without him. Tiger Woods teed it up but did not start well. After rebounding Friday with a 69 to make the cut, Woods posted his career-worst PGA Championship round on Saturday and ultimately withdrew from a major for the first time as a professional.
The top of the leaderboard is loaded with neophytes, at least when it comes to winning major championships. The top four entering the final 18 holes have not only been winless at majors but on the PGA Tour as a whole. Mito Pereira holds the 54-hole lead with a three stroke advantage on Will Zalatoris and Matthew Fitzpatrick, two of five golfers who will chase him down the stretch.
CBS Sports golf anchor Jim Nantz is call the action for the 32nd consecutive year while hosting coverage from the 18th tower alongside lead analyst Sir Nick Faldo. Also at Southern Hills for CBS Sports are Ian Baker-Finch, Frank Nobilo, Trevor Immelman, Dottie Pepper, Mark Immelman, Colt Knost and Amanda Renner.
The 104rd PGA Championship is the 32nd consecutive (and 39th overall) broadcast by CBS Sports, which this year is deploying roughly 140 cameras and almost 150 microphones throughout the course to capture all the sights and sounds. Live drone coverage and robotic bunker cameras are among a dozen technological enhancements that are being utilized throughout the coverage.
While attending the PGA Championship can be a ton of fun, simply being able to watch golf on the game’s grandest stages is an incredible treat each year. We here at CBS Sports are thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage of the PGA Championship throughout this week with action streaming live all weekend.
The pursuit of the Wanamaker Trophy continues Friday.
The 2022 PGA Championship is underway, as the PGA Tour converges on the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Among the golfers vying for the title will be Tiger Woods, who is looking for a chance to tie Jack Nicklaus and Walter Hagen for the record with five wins in the tournament. He last won the event in 2007, the last time it was held at Southern Hills.
Not among those competing in 2022 is Phil Mickelson, who won the 2021 PGA Championship. He continues his hiatus from the golf world after controversial comments made back in February.
Scottie Scheffler, who leads the FedExCup standings, and Jon Rahm were favored to win the tournament when it began, but Rory McIlroy ended Round 1 of the tournament as the leader. He shot a 5-under 65 while Will Zalatoris and Tom Hoge were one shot off the lead at 4-under par. That trio will look to continue its success in Round 2.
ESPN and ESPN+ will carry the first two rounds of the PGA Championship and early coverage each day of the tournament. On Thursday and Friday, ESPN+ will handle coverage from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. ET each day before ESPN takes over at 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. ET.
On the final two days, ESPN+ will handle coverage from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. ET, with ESPN taking over from there until 1 p.m. ET. CBS will then have the broadcast of the PGA Championship from 1 p.m. through 7 p.m. ET in the third and fourth rounds.