Charles Schwab Challenge live steam, TV channel: How to watch PGA Tour event

The Charles Schwab Challenge gets underway today following the coronavirus-enforced break. The PGA Tour was paused in March but an elite field led by world No 1 Rory McIlroy will be in action at the Colonial Country Club in Texas.

It will be a new environment for the stars with no spectators present and social distancing measures in place.

“Can you imagine if somebody makes a 30-foot bomb on 18 to win the tournament? Nothing? Crickets? It’s going to be a little weird,” said world No 2 Jon Rahm.

Defending champion Kevin Na added: “I’m sure you’ll see guys dropping putts and they put their hand up and realise there’s nobody there.

McIlroy and Rahm are joined by Brooks Koepka as one of the feature groups of the opening two rounds as the world’s top three battle it out.

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Koepka struggled in the first five events he played in this year but he now has his sights on the No 1 spot as the action resumes.

“I’ve got eyes on Rory,” said the 30-year-old.

“The goal is to get back to number one in the world. The whole point of playing is to be the best.

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How to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge

Coverage of the Charles Schwab Challenge will be shown on Sky Sports Golf in the UK.

Existing customers can live stream the event via the Sky Go app.

Additional streaming is available through NOW TV, which allows fans to buy passes to access Sky Sports channels.

Live coverage begins at 12.45pm BST each day with the featured groups.

Charles Schwab Challenge TV schedule (BST)

Thursday, June 11

1245-2100 – Featured Groups

2100-0000 – First Round

Friday, June 12

1245-2100 – Featured Groups

2100-0000 – Second Round

Saturday, June 13

1245-1800 – Featured Groups

1800-2300 – Third Round

Sunday, June 14

1245-1800 – Featured Groups

1800-2300 – Final Round

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Featured Groups for First Round

1345 Dustin Johnson, Justin Rose, Bryson DeChambeau

1356 Kevin Na, Gary Woodland, Phil Mickelson

1855 Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Jordan Spieth

1906 Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm

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