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PGA Championship: Where and when to watch the action from Southern Hills live on Sky Sports Golf

Round-the-clock coverage from Southern Hills is live on Sky Sports this week; watch the second round of the 104th PGA Championship live from 1pm, exclusively live on Sky Sports Golf

Tiger Woods checks the wind on the 11th hole during the first round of the PGA Championship

The waiting is over for the second men’s major of the year, with extended coverage of the PGA Championship live this week on Sky Sports Golf.

Southern Hills Country Club hosts the event for the first time since 2007, having been the venue for last year's Senior PGA Championship, with the vast majority of the world's top players teeing it up in Tulsa.

Rory McIlroy, chasing a fifth major title, made a flying start with a five-under 65 to lead by one shot from American duo Will Zalatoris and Tom Hoge after Thursday's first round, and you can watch all the second-round action exclusively live on Sky Sports Golf from 1pm on Friday.

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Watch highlights of the first round from the 2022 PGA Championship from Southern Hills as Rory McIlroy impressed with a five-under-par 65 to take the lead

World No 1 Scottie Scheffler is looking for a second major victory, having continued his dominant start to 2022 by winning The Masters, but he could only manage a 71 on Thursday, while reigning US Open champion Jon Rahm and two-time major winner Collin Morikawa, who are looking to close the gap at the top of the world rankings, started with rounds of 73 and 72 respectively.

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Take a look at the best shots from the first round of the PGA Championship from Southern Hills

Tiger Woods, featuring for the first time since his comeback appearance at The Masters, and playing at the venue where he claimed the most recent of his four PGA Championship victories back in 2007, carded a 74 playing alongside McIlroy, while Jordan Spieth, who has another opportunity to complete the career Grand Slam, fired a 72.

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Watch all seven of McIlroy's birdies on his way to posting a five-under 65 for round one of the PGA Championship

Sky Sports is once again the home of the PGA Championship, with over 40 hours of live coverage from the four tournament days and a host of extra tournament programming throughout the week. Coverage begins from 1pm on Friday and 2pm over the weekend.

TV times (all on Sky Sports Golf)

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Friday May 20 - 1300-0100 - Second round LIVE!

Live PGA Championship Golf

Saturday May 21 - 1400-0000 - Third round LIVE!

Sunday May 22 - 1400-0000 - Final round LIVE!

There will also be daily highlights on Sky Sports Golf, as well as official films from previous PGA Championships, while Sky Sports News offers live updates and in-round highlights as the tournament continues.

A live rolling text commentary will be hosted on and Sky Sports' mobile apps, where daily reports, video highlights and features will also be available.

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