The PGA Championship Tonight: Hear from Phil, Jordan, Jason Day and more

07/27/2016

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – The 98th PGA Championship tees off Thursday morning at Baltusrol in Springfield, New Jersey.

In the preview edition of The PGA Championship Tonight, we hear from Phil Mickelson after his near-miss at The Open Championship, defending champion Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and much more.

The show is hosted by Brad Heller and our lead golf analyst Charlie Rymer.

Live hole-by-hole coverage of the PGA Championship begins Thursday at 2 PM Eastern.

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