BBC Sport has announced lice coverage of the 2017 US PGA Championship between 10 – 13 August, bringing one of the major golf events free-to-air across the UK.
BBC Sport can announce its live TV, radio and digital coverage of the 2017 US PGA Championship between 10 – 13 August, bringing one of the major events in the world golfing calendar to fans, free-to-air across the UK.
Spanning a weekend that sees the BBC showcasing world class events such as the World Athletics Championships on BBC One and BBC Two and the BBC Proms on BBC Four, plus the opening weekend of the Premier League season, the live TV coverage of the Championship will kick off on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport online and BBC Red Button with the conclusion of each day's play also shown on BBC Two.
TV coverage will be presented by Eilidh Barbour, alongside the best known voices of the game; Peter Alliss and Ken Brown.
BBC Radio 5 live and sports extra will also again broadcast live from the Championship, led by Iain Carter and Jay Townsend.
The US PGA joins the BBC’s golf portfolio which includes live radio and extended TV highlights of The Open Championship, the Women’s British Open at Kingsbarns between 3 – 6 August and live TV and radio coverage of the Masters from Augusta.
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