The PGA Championship 2015 live stream and TV schedule picks up with Round 2 coverage on Friday, as it could be the final time the golf world sees Tiger Woods play this season. It could also show more of the emergence of the current man atop the leaderboard, Dustin Johnson, or one of the players from his pairing, Jordan Spieth or Rory McIlroy. Whistling Straits will be the scene as live streaming online and televised coverage arrives via TNT, the PGA website and other sources.
In an Aug. 13 USA Today report, it’s noted that Johnson is the current PGA Championship leader after the first round having shot a 6-under-par 66 at the course. If he can continue this pace and ultimately win the event, it will make for his first major win. Heading in a different direction is a man who used to dominate most tournaments, Tiger Woods, continues to struggle. Tiger finished frustrated with his performance Thursday finishing with a 3-over-par 75. It could mean the third major missed for Woods in what has been the downside of a brilliant career.
Behind Johnson on the leaderboard is David Lingmerth in second with a 5-under-par 67 score, followed by seven players tied for third place. They include Matt Kuchar, Russell Henley, Harris English and J.B. Holmes of the United States as well as British golfers Matt Jones, Danny Lee and Jason Day. All of these players finished the day with a 4-par-under 68 score heading into the second round. Other notable scores include Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy with 1-under-par 71 scores, good for a 15-way tie at 24th place with several other stars such as Webb Simpson, Ernie Els and Steve Striker.
The current odds have Johnson at +350 on the moneyline to win the tournament. Jason Day is +600, while McIlroy is at +800 and Spieth is at +900. Justin Rose is next closest at a price of +1200, while Tiger Woods is a +30000 longshot to win the PGA Championship this year. He’ll need to have shoot for a super low score on Friday in order to even make the cut, or else it will likely be the final appearance for Tiger in this current golf season. His group’s tee time is set for 2:30 p.m. EST Friday.
Friday’s PGA Championship 2015 schedule begins with coverage as early as 8 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. Live TV coverage begins at that time on the Golf Channel, and will run until 2 p.m. EST, at which time TNT will take over. Live streaming online coverage can be seen via the sites and mobile apps for these channels by cable or satellite subscribers with access, or on NBC’s Golf Live Extra service, as well as the PGA website. For live audio commentary, Sirius XM Satellite radio subscribers can listen on channel 208 beginning at 12 p.m. EST.