PGA Championship 2013 TV Coverage: Complete Times and Listings for Tournament

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PGA Championship 2013 TV Coverage: Complete Times and Listings for Tournament
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The 2013 PGA Championship tees of at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York on Thursday.

Some players will be looking to make a career break through and pick up a long-awaited major victory, while others will look to add another major title to their trophy case.

So when and where can you watch the 2013 PGA Championship?

With the final grand slam event of the season approaching, there is a growing sense of anticipation throughout the golf world. Judging by the players who will be in action it's easy to see why.

Here's where you can watch the action.

 

First Round

Date: Thursday, Aug. 8

Time: 1-7 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

 

Second Round

Date: Friday, Aug. 9

Time: 1-7 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

 

Third Round

Date: Saturday, Aug. 10

Time: 11 am. to 2 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Time: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET

TV: CBS

 

Fourth Round

Date: Sunday, Aug. 11

Time: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ET

TV: TNT

Time: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET

TV: CBS

 

Star to Watch: Tiger Woods. USA

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Tiger Woods hasn't won a major since the 2008 U.S. Open. Since then, he's experienced unparalleled turmoil in the media, dropped out of the ranks of the elite and stormed right back to reclaim the No. 1 ranking.

Now Woods is looking to close out the year with a victory at the tournament that he's already won four times.

Woods certainly has momentum entering the PGA Championship, having won last week's Bridgestone Invitational by seven shots. He was back to his dominant best by shooting a 15-under-par winning total which included a 61 in the second round.

A victory for Woods will see him match Jack Nicklaus' record of five PGA titles and see him close in on the golfing legend's record haul of majors.

How's that for a statistic?

Woods' recent form makes him favorite going into Oak Hill. He was in the running until the final day of the British Open, and decimated the field at the Bridgestone Invitational after playing some of his best golf in years.

If he's going to win another major, something tells us it'll be this week.

 

Dark Horse Contender: Keegan Bradley, USA

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When it comes to the Masters, U.S. Open and British Open, Keegan Bradley has been rather disappointing. He's never finished better than 15th, even missing the cut at the 2013 U.S. Open.

At the PGA Championship, however, Bradley has been dominant, and won the title in 2011 after defeating Jason Dufner in a three-hole playoff for his first major championship.

One year later, Bradley finished in a tie for third place after shooting a final-round 68 to once again show his liking for the event.

The safe bet is for Bradley to continue his success in 2013.

Although Bradley been up-and-down during recent tournaments, he finished second at the Bridgestone Invitational with a strong 8-under par.

If it had not been for Woods dominating as if it were 2005, Bradley would have been in contention to win.

Bradley is certainly getting hot at the right time.

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