TNT celebrates 20 years of PGA Championship drama

We all know TNT is all about drama. But that drama doesn’t have to be set in 1896 New York or a South Florida nail salon. Starting Aug. 9, it takes place at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, Missouri, where TNT begins its 20th year covering the PGA Championship, with this year being the 100th anniversary of the major championship.

Beginning Thursday, Aug. 9, and continuing through the weekend (tournament television schedule and other info can be found here), Turner Sports will present multiplatform coverage of this year’s historic tournament, with more than 100 hours of live-action golf across a variety of platforms.

In addition to TNT’s television coverage (teeing off Thursday at 2 p.m. ET,) you can live stream coverage of the event on PGA.com, the PGA Championship app, the Watch TNT app, Bleacher Report Live as well as participating TV provider platforms and apps.

Twenty years of TNT hitting the links for the PGA Championship includes some of the game’s most historic moments. Whether it was a young Tiger Woods barely holding off an even younger Sergio Garcia in 1999…

 

… Phil Mickelson’s insane flop shot in 2005…

 

… or Rory McIlroy’s record-setting victory, breaking Jack Nicklaus’s record, in 2012…

 

…TNT has been at the center of all the drama. And this year is no different.

Be sure to catch all the action this weekend from your favorite device, and check out this link to be a part of the 100 Years of Greatness by voting on and sharing your favorite PGA Championship moment.