PGA Championship 2017 Live Stream, Tee Times, Pairings, Scores and TV schedule. Upper KitchenAid will be held at the Trump National Golf Club, Washington, DC, in Potomac Falls, Va. This will be the first time that the most historic and prestigious championship of high level golf will be held in the area of the national capital.
DATES: The Senior PGA Championship 2017 will play 25-28. It’s a staple of the Memorial Day weekend sports calendar.
FIELD: Here is the complete 156-player field for the Senior PGA Championship 2017.
RESULTS: This is the official classification of the PGA KitchenAid Senior Championship
Related: Live updates of the Senior PGA KitchenAid
COMPETITION: The tournament consists of four rounds of play per stroke. After two rounds, the 156-man field will be cut to the top 72 players and ties. The winner is the player with the lowest total score after 72 holes. If two or more players are tied after regulation, the title will be decided on a sudden death playoff.
Match hours: These are the starting times and pairings for the Senior PGA Championship 2017.
HOST PLACE: Trump National Golf Club, Washington, DC, was created in 2009 when Donald Trump bought what is then known as the Lowes Island Club. Since taking over, Trump has added the championship course to the original course of the facility, now known as the River Course, and is adding a tennis center among other facilities during a major renovation project completed in 2015.
HOST COURSE: The only course in Washington DC area with large-scale Potomac River facade, which measures 7,693 yards and was designed to take advantage of the river, both visually and gaming ability. It consists of 007 bentgrass greens, pennlinks tees and streets, while the brute is a mix of fescue, bluegrass and ryegrass.
TV Times: Golf Channel will broadcast the first two rounds, while NBC will lead the two rounds of the weekend. The hours of emission are:
Closed Saturday, 27 of May of
1 to 4 p.m. On NBC (coverage after 4 p.m. will live stream at http://www.pga.com/seniorpga/2017)
Sunday, 28 May
3 to 6 p.m. On NBC
HISTORY TOURNAMENT: The oldest and most prestigious high-level golf championship, the Senior PGA Championship was founded in 1937 and played for the first time at the Augusta National Golf Club. The list of winners over the years includes many of the big names in golf, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gene Sarazen, Tom Watson, Lee Trevino, Hale Irwin, Gary Player, and Sam Snead, who won the title. A record six times.
Over the years, the tournament has been staged in such outstanding locations as the PGA National, Firestone Country Club, Ridgewood Country Club, Aronimink Golf Club, Valhalla Golf Club, Oak Tree Golf Club, Canterbury Golf Club, Bellerive Country Club and The Kiawah Island Resort.
TROPHY: The winner will get his name in the engraved Alfred S. Bourne Trophy, one of the most striking trophies in all golf. It is named after Alfred Severin Bourne, an original member of the Augusta National and an old friend of PGA professionals. Bourne donated $ 1,500 to pay for the 30 pound trophy and create a fund for the tournament.