Sky Sports secures three more years of top-flight golf with PGA extension

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Sky Sports has successfully reached a deal to expand its partnership with the PGA for three more years. 

The extension will cover the showing of all four of golf’s men’s majors, including the PGA Championship, as well as the KitchenAId Senior PGA Championship across the UK and Ireland. 

Last year’s PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka will defend his title at the 2024 tournament which will take place between 13 May and 19 May at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Kentucky. 

On the other hand, the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship will return to Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor, Michigan for a sixth time from 23 May to 26 May. 

Sky Sports Managing Director Jonathan Licht said: “We’re really pleased to be able to confirm this extension with the PGA and continue the brilliant relationship that has enabled us to deliver the best possible coverage to golf fans across the years.

“It’s been great to see our viewing figures and golf audience continue to grow, and we know we have an amazing opportunity over the next three years to continue to grow the sport, alongside our great partners at the PGA.”

All four of the men’s majors, all five women’s majors, together with both men’s and women’s tours – with well over 100 tournaments in total – will be shown on Sky Sports Golf.

Additional highlights will be included in the coverage on Sky Sports News, the Sky Sports app, and Sky Sports’ social channels. 

Jeff Price, CCO at PGA of America, commented: “We are ecstatic to continue our partnership with Sky Sports. This extension ensures that golf spectators across the UK and Ireland can witness all of the thrilling action at the PGA Championship and KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship each May.

“We take great pride in our close collaboration to bring the excitement of major championship golf to Sky’s dedicated audience.”

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