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PGA Championship 2023: Dates, UK tee times, field, course info, live stream free and how to follow action – Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and co head to New York

The second golf major of the year is fast-approaching as the game’s best head to New York for the 2023 PGA Championship.

Justin Thomas claimed glory at Southern Hills last year, beating Will Zalatoris in a playoff after Mito Pereira suffered a spectacular final hole collapse.

It was JT’s second major title and he’ll headline another stellar field this year.

The tournament will take place at the superb Oak Hill Country Club, a much-loved venue for many in the game including Rory McIlroy.

The PGA Championship is regarded as having the strongest field of the year and invites twenty PGA club or teaching professionals rather than amateurs like the other majors.

Jon Rahm will no doubt be the man to beat following his superb victory at The Masters in early April.
PGA Championship 2023: Date and start time

The 105th edition of the PGA Championship will be held from Thursday, May 18 to Sunday, May 21.

It is taking place at Oak Hill Country Club’s East Course in Rochester, New York.

Play is due to start at 2pm UK time on the opening two days and at 4pm UK time over the weekend.

McIlroy is a big fan of Oak Hill and will be eyeing his second PGA Championship title
McIlroy is a big fan of Oak Hill and will be eyeing his second PGA Championship title
PGA Championship 2023: How to follow

talkSPORT will have regular updates from New York throughout the week from our expert reporters Rupert Bell, Russell Hargreaves and Sean O’Brien.

The action will be shown live on Sky Sports Golf throughout the week too.

Sky Sports Golf will begin their extended coverage on Monday before their tournament coverage begins on Thursday.
PGA Championship 2023: Course details

Oak Hill’s East Course will play to a par 70 and be a maximum of 7,394 yards in length.

Oak Hill has hosted 3 previous PGA Championships, with the last coming in 2013 and won by Jason Dufner.

The course was built around the Allen Creek, with water providing a hazard on 9 of its 18 holes.

It only has two par 5s and boosts a difficult finish with a pair of par 4s that are both over 500 yards.

Mickelson lifted the Wanamaker Trophy at Kiawah Island in 2021
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Mickelson lifted the Wanamaker Trophy at Kiawah Island in 2021
PGA Championship 2023: Leaderboard

The leaderboard will follow after the first day’s play.

Here’s how the final leaderboard looked at PGA Championship last year as Thomas claimed glory in a playoff against Zalatoris.

T1. Justin Thomas (c) -5 playoff
T1. Will Zalatoris -5 playoff
T3. Mito Pereira -4
T3. Cameron Young -4
T5. Matt Fitzpatrick -3
T5. Tommy Fleetwood -3
T5. Chris Kirk -3
8. Rory McIlroy -2

PGA Championship 2023: Field and tee times

The field will be made up of 156 players before the cut on Friday night.

Tiger Woods looks set to miss out having undergone successful ankle surgery to treat arthritis in mid-April.

LIV Golf players will be able to compete including former champions Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka and Martin Kaymer.

Periera, Cameron Smith, Abraham Ancer and Brendan Steele will also be in the field having claimed a top 15 finish at last year’s championship.

The full field will be announced soon while the pairings and tee times for the opening two rounds will be confirmed on Tuesday, May 16.
PGA Championship 2023: What has been said?

On the inclusion of LIV players, PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh said: “Our decisions are always based on what’s in the best interest of the PGA of America and conducting the best championship possible.

“Sadly the current division in the professional game is not good for the sport or the future of the game. We hope there might be some resolution soon.

“In the meantime, as always, our focus will be on our mission to grow the game and improve the lives of our members, who work so hard to impact millions of lives every day.”