We come to the final weekend of the PGA Tour 2023. After months and months of cups every single weekend, the Tour Championship marks the last tournament of the year, when it begins on Thursday, August 24.
The Tour Championship is the swan song for the PGA Tour and its field is stocked with only the most elite golfers. If you're a fan of the sport, it's a weekend you don't want to miss.
For golf fans who don't already know how to watch the PGA Tour, you can find information on how to watch the tournament below, as well as details on the remaining fixtures and current results.
If you're a big golf fan we've got plenty more for you at What to Watch — here's what you need to know about PGA Tour golf documentary Full Swing, a look at the Full Swing cast and here's how to watch LIV Golf if you want to check out the competition.
But read on for a guide on how to stream the PGA Tour 2023 fixtures.
PGA Tour August 24-27: Tour Championship
Finishing up the PGA Tour for the year is the Tour Championship, which has been ending the run of PGA golf events for 10 years now.
Hosted at the East Lake Golf Club outside Atlanta, Georgia, this tournament is a who's who of the best golfers of the year, as qualification is arranged via FedEx Cup points.
You can find the full field list here, but the top 5 players by FedEx Cup ranking are Scottie Scheffler, Viktor Hovland, Rory McIlroy, John Rahm and Lucas Glover, and all will be in attendance. The higher a player's ranking in the Cup, the better their starting score under par is, giving an advantage (though not an overwhelming one) to better-performing players of the year.
How to watch PGA Tour 2023 in the US
It's hard to move in the US without bumping your foot on a streaming service that'll air the PGA Tour; that is to say, it's playing on various services.
An affordable option to watch online is ESPN Plus, as the $9.99-per-month sports streaming service offers multiple streams of each tournament, with different feeds focusing on holes or golfers, making it a great pick if you don't need a whole live TV service.
Various championships are playing on TV channels: The Golf Channel handles week day coverage of most golf tournaments throughout the year. Weekend coverage for all tournaments are either on NBC or CBS. For the Travelers Championship, it is airing on CBS.
If you have these channels through traditional TV services, then you can watch each tournament with ease. But if not, several live TV streaming services get The Golf Channel, ESPN, NBC and CBS in one easy package. FuboTV ($74.99 monthly) Hulu with Live TV ($69.99 monthly) and YouTube TV ($64.99 monthly) provide all three channels over the internet. Sling TV, meanwhile, carries the Golf Channel, ESPN and NBC through its various packages (starting at $39.99 monthly).
How to watch PGA Tour 2023 in the UK
If you live in the UK, there's a simple one-stop shop for all your PGA Tour viewing, and that's going to be Sky Sports.
Various parts of PGA Tour tournaments air on the main Sky Sports channel, as well as Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Channel, but luckily all three of those are included in the same streaming package.
What you need to know about the PGA Tour 2023
What is the PGA Tour 2023 schedule?
There are 38 PGA Tour tournaments taking place in 2023 . Here you can see the dates of upcoming ones, along with the name of the tournament and the location it takes place.
- August 24-27: Tour Championship — East Lake Golf Club, Georgia
What PGA Tour 2023 tournaments have happened so far?
Below you can find the PGA Tour tournaments that have already taken place in 2023. We'll also include which players have taken each trophy.
- Jan 5-8: Sentry Tournament of Champions — winner: Jon Rahm
- Jan 12-15: Sony Open in Hawaii — winner: Si Woo Kim
- Jan 19-22: The American Express — winner: Jon Rahm
- Jan 25-28: Farmers Insurance Open — winner: Max Homa
- Feb 2-5: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am — winner: Justin Rose
- Feb 9-12: Waste Management Phoenix Open — winner: Scottie Scheffler
- Feb 16-19: Genesis Invitational — winner: John Rahm
- Feb 23-29: The Honda Classic — winner: Chris Kirk
- March 2-5: Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard — winner: Kurt Kitayama
- March 2-5: Puerto Rico Open — winner: Nico Echavarria
- March 9-12: The Players Championship — winner: Scottie Scheffler
- March 16-19: Valspar Championship — winner: Taylor Moore
- March 22-26: World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play — winner: Sam Burns
- March 23-26: Corales Puntacana Championship — winner: Matt Wallace
- March 30-April 2: Valero Texas Open — winner: Corey Conners
- April 6-9: The Masters — winner: Jon Rahm
- April 13-16: RBC Heritage — winner: Matt Fitzpatrick
- April 20-23: Zurich Classic of New Orleans — winners: Nicky Hardy & Davis Riley
- April 27-30: Mexico Open — winner: Tony Finau
- May 4-7: Wells Fargo Championship — winner: Wyndham Clark
- May 11-14: AT&T Byron Nelson — winner: Jason Day
- May 18-21: PGA Championship — winner: Brooks Koepka
- May 25-28: Charles Schwab Challenge — winner: Emiliano Grillo
- June 1-4: The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide — winner: Viktor Hovland
- June 8-11: RBC Canadian Open — winner: Nick Taylor
- June 15-18: US Open Championship — winner: Wyndham Clark
- June 22-25: Travelers Championship — winner: Keegan Bradley
- June 29-July 2: Rocket Mortgage Classic — winner: Ricke Fowler
- July 6-9: John Deere Classic — winner: Sepp Straka
- July 13-16: Barbasol Championship — winner: Vincent Norman
- July 13-16: Genesis Scottish Open — winner: Rory McIlroy
- July 20-23: The Open Championship — winner: Brian Harman
- July 20-23: Barracuda Championship — winner: Akshay Bhatia
- July 27-30: 3M Open — winner: Lee Hodges
- August 3-6: Wyndham Championship — winner: Lucas Glover
- August 10-13: FedEx St. Jude Championship — winner: Lucas Glover
- August 17-20: BMW Championship — winner: Viktor Hovland
What is the PGA Tour 2023 purse?
The purse for each PGA Tour game varies a little bit, though many are around the $8,000,000 figure. Not all championships have announced the purses yet.
The highest purse is for The Players Championship in early March, which offers $25 million in its purse. The lowest figure is $3,800,000, which multiple championships offer.
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