The PGA Championship is the final major tournament in 2012 and with the weekend competition heating up, you don't want to miss Saturday and Sunday's action.
With golf's biggest names in action all hunting down their last opportunity to win a major this year, the competition is sure to be fierce as the tournament comes to its conclusion.
Here are all the ways that you can catch the action from Kiawah Island Golf Resort, plus what to look for in Day 3 and 4 of the tournament.
Saturday, August 11: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. ET (TNT) and 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. ET (CBS)
Sunday, August 12: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. ET (TNT) and 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. ET (CBS)
Live Stream: PGA.com
What Impact Will the Weather Have?
Nothing spoils a good tournament quite like inclement weather, but that's been the case in the early going at the PGA Championship. Rain forced tee times to be pushed back on Friday and heavy winds have effected play early on. It will be interesting to see if the weather has an impact as the tournament continues.
Storylines to Watch
How will Adam Scott Respond to Open Meltdown?
Adam Scott's Sunday meltdown at The Open was one of 2012's biggest stories and won't soon be forgotten. The effect that such a colossal meltdown can have on a golfer's psyche can take a toll, so finishing the year out with a solid performance in another major will be key for Scott moving forward.
Scott shot a solid 68 on the first day of the tournament, but came out in Round 2 with a 75. The poor performance could be attributed to the weather, but Scott needs a better performance over the weekend to show that he's over his Open loss.
Will Tiger Woods Get Back to His Winning Ways?
Tiger Woods has one last shot to win a major before 2012 is out, does he have what it takes to win the PGA?
Woods has put together a respectable year, but no one will really consider him "back" until he wins another major. He's coming off of a third-place finish at the British Open and he figures to factor into the leading board as the weekend heats up in South Carolina.
If he's unable to come away with the victory, the questions about him ever winning a major again will continue to creep up.
Is Carl Pettersson a Legitimate Contender?
Carl Pettersson may not have much cache among fans as one of golf's biggest stars, but his opening round at the Championship should have people talking. His 66 was the best score of the first round and the Swede put himself in a good position to contend throughout the weekend.
Pettersson has never won a major, but finished at 23 on the leaderboard in The Open and has been playing well lately. If Pettersson is able to make a legitimate push for the Championship, he could be one of the biggest storylines of the tournament.