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The second major of the 2024 golf season wraps Sunday in Louisville with plenty of big-time players looking to capture the Wanamaker Trophy and $3.3 million winner's prize from the PGA Championship's $18.5 million purse while setting a tone for the remainder of their respective campaigns. This as the beautify of May surrounds Valhalla Golf Club with the PGA Championship concluding its return to town for the first time in a decade. Do not miss a moment of the action by following live leaderboard coverage of the PGA Championship with analysis and highlights throughout the day.

An unfortunate wrench was thrown into the tournament Friday morning as, in unrelated incidents, a pedestrian was killed outside the Valhalla grounds in a traffic incident and world No. 1 golfer Scottie Scheffler was arrested for violating traffic rules. Though Scheffler looked like he was going to hang tough, he played himself out of contention in the third round and opened the door to the rest of the field.

Xander Schauffele entered Sunday atop the leaderboard for the third straight day, except this time, he was for the lead with Collin Morikawa. Shane Lowry, Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose and Viktor Hovland all surged up the leaderboard Saturday, while Sahith Theegala remained hot bouncing back from a rough start to put pressure on the leaders down the stretch. Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth are among the other notable names lurking, though given the way the leaders started Sunday, it would take a miracle for any of them to move up far enough to capture the Wanamaker.

While attending the PGA Championship can be a ton of fun, simply being able to watch golf on the game's grandest stages is an incredible treat each year. We here at CBS Sports are thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage with action streaming live all weekend.

CBS Sports golf anchor Jim Nantz is calling the action for the 34th consecutive year while hosting coverage from the super tower alongside lead analyst Trevor Immelman. Also at Valhalla for CBS Sports are Ian Baker-Finch, Frank Nobilo, Dottie Pepper, Colt Knost and Mark Immelman with Amanda Renner reporting and conducting interviews.

The 106th PGA Championship is the 34rd consecutive (and 41th overall) being broadcast by CBS Sports, which is offering multi-platform coverage throughout the week. In partnership with the PGA of America, CBS Sports is leading overall production efforts deploying 125 cameras and nearly 150 microphones to capture all the sights and sounds. Additional technological enhancements include Fly Cams, Bunker Cameras, state-of-the-art drone coverage, panoramic Falcon 360 cameras, Toptracer and more.

Enough talking about it. Here's how you can watch as much PGA Championship as possible Sunday. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage throughout and download the CBS Sports App to watch the PGA Championship live on your mobile device.

All times Eastern

Round 4 -- Sunday, May 19

Round 4 start time: 7:45 a.m. [Tee times]

PGA Championship live stream: 8-10 a.m. on ESPN+

  • Featured Groups -- 8 a.m.
  • Holes 16-18 -- 8 a.m.

Early TV coverage: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on ESPN, fubo (Try for free)

Prime TV coverage: 1-7 p.m. on CBS, Paramount+

TV simulcast live stream: 1-7 p.m.
Desktop and mobile: Free on CBSSports.comCBS Sports App
Connected devices*: Available on Paramount+CBS Sports App
*Paramount+ login required

Clubhouse Report: 8-9 p.m. on CBS Sports Network
Round 4 encore: 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. on CBS Sports Network

PGA coverage on CBS Sports Network

  • PGA Championship On the Range -- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Thursday, Friday)
    Pre-round player interviews, analysis, daily previews
  • PGA Championship Clubhouse Report -- 8-9 p.m. (Thursday-Sunday)
    Post-round highlights, analysis, player interviews
  • PGA Championship encore presentations
    Round 3 -- Sunday -- 6-10 a.m.
    Round 4 -- Sunday -- 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.