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Yash Dasgupta, who last appeared in Pathakrit Basu’s romantic drama ‘Fidaa’, is now working on his next. Featuring Nusrat Jahan opposite Yash, the horror flick titled ‘Seven’ is being directed by eminent Bollywood scriptwriter Shagufta Rafique.
The upcoming film has already gained a lot of attention ever since it was announced and it seems Yash Dasgupta is also quite amazed by the story. “It is basically a horror film with a lot of
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supernatural elements in it. Strange things start to happen when an alien in a human form comes to earth,” revealed the dashing actor.
So far just the lead pair has been finalised and the rest of the cast is yet to be decided. However, shooting of the film, produced by SVF, will start later this month in Kolkata and Darjeeling. Jeet Gannguli will compose the music for the film while Ravi Walia will be the DOP.
‘Seven’ will mark Shagufta Rafique’s directorial debut after cementing her place as a highly sought-after scriptwriter in Bollywood with films like ‘Woh Lamhe’, ‘Raaz- The Mystery Continues’, ‘Jism 2’, ‘Jannat 2’, ‘Ashique 2’ and ‘Raaz 3’.

Chandler vs Henderson 2

Chandler vs Henderson 2: Chandler (20-5) will look to enter free agency with his brand positioned at its highest value when the 34-year-old takes on former UFC champion Benson Henderson (28-8) in a 155-pound rematch that headlines the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut (DAZN/Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET).

But the 36-year-old Henderson needs a win just as badly.

Riding a four-fight win streak, Henderson appears reborn following a 1-3 start to his Bellator MMA career upon joining the promotion as a prized free agent in 2016. Two of those losses came in title bouts in two different divisions, including a split-decision loss to then-lightweight champion Chandler four years ago.

The lone victory for Henderson during that span, however, came against current two-division champion and reigning 155-pound titleholder Patricio “Pitbull” Freire and a win over Chandler likely catapults Henderson into a rematch for the title once Freire first defends his featherweight belt within Bellator’s World Feather Grand Prix tournament. So, what’s exactly at stake in Henderson’s opinion entering this weekend’s return?

“Everything. At a certain point in your career, from the very first fight, every one you have is the most important fight of your career,” Henderson told CBS Sports on Wednesday during the Bellator 243 virtual media day. “It doesn’t matter what you did before. The world we live in, our attention span is pretty short. You are only as good as your last fight so, for me, this is the most important fight of my life and I trained that way.”

Chandler has won four of six fights since he edged Henderson at Bellator 165 in San Jose yet surrendered his lightweight title for the third time in May 2019 when Freire finished him in just 61 seconds.

Given the current standing of Chandler’s contract entering free agency, there will be no shortage of emotion for the fighter who debuted with Bellator for his fourth pro fight in 2010 and has arguably been the enduring face of the franchise. He’s also very fond of continuing said relationship as long as everything makes sense.

“Michael Chandler wouldn’t be who he is without Bellator promoting him and us having a symbiotic relationship,” Chandler told CBS Sports’ “State of Combat” podcast in April. “It’s exciting for me and this is the business aspect of fighting but you still have to keep the main thing the main thing. What happens inside those 15 minutes, inside that cage is what really counts. It’s on me and my shoulders and the onus lies solely on me. If I do my job, I have no doubt we will put ink to paper.”

The 25 minutes Chandler shared inside the cage with Henderson in their first outing was an exciting one, but also one in which observers were split.

Chandler started fast and took home scores of 48-46 and 48-47 in his favor but Henderson, thanks to his menacing leg-kick attack, was clearly the fighter who exited the fight peaking after winning Round 5 handily. The third judge awarded his scorecard to Henderson, 48-46, furthering the debate over who deserved to have won the competitive middle rounds.

The biggest lesson Henderson learned from the experience is that he needs to be more assertive off the top.

“The biggest thing was that Chandler had a big first round,” Henderson said. “All the highlight clips from the fight and every positive thing people said was from Chandler’s first round but the rest of the fight was leaning my way. So I need to go out there and start with a gangbuster of a first round and set the pace and make him tired and exhausted. Fighting from there should go my way but I have to bring the fight to him and fight at such a high level. I can’t give him those 20 or 30-second breaks that he’s used to.”

Chandler was much more cryptic when identifying the advantages he held in their first bout and what he needs to do to win the second one.

“Benson Henderson is a guy that I fought before. He has two arms and two legs,” Chandler said. “He has certain patterns, mannerisms and tendencies that I know I can go out there and exploit.”

Henderson acknowledges the challenges and new sets of pressure he faced when entering Bellator as such a big-name acquisition in 2016. But he doesn’t believe there’s any difference between the fighter who lost to Andrey Koreshkov, Chandler and Patricky Freire during his first two years with the promotion and the one who has subsequently rebounded with four straight wins.

A slight step down in competition level certainly is part of it as Henderson submitted Roger Huerta in 2018 before claiming decisions over Saad Awad, Adam Piccolotti and fellow UFC-alum Myles Jury. But anyone looking for a turning point or reason for Henderson’s change in fortune, he maintains it’s not there.

“[There’s] no difference. Sorry to have the coach speak for you but you get up and get ready every day,” Henderson said. “You have the same preparations and you trust the process and your coaches. Sometimes the fights go your way and sometimes they don’t go your way. There was no revolutionary new yoga program I tried or new breathing exercises.”

Henderson vs Chandler 2

Henderson vs Chandler 2: At a certain point in your career, from the very first fight, every one you have is the most important fight of your career,” Henderson told CBS Sports on Wednesday during the Bellator 243 virtual media day. “It doesn’t matter what you did before.

Chandler (20-5) will look to enter free agency with his brand positioned at its highest value when the 34-year-old takes on former UFC champion Benson Henderson (28-8) in a 155-pound rematch that headlines the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut (DAZN/Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET). But the 36-year-old Henderson needs a win just as badly.

Riding a four-fight win streak, Henderson appears reborn following a 1-3 start to his Bellator MMA career upon joining the promotion as a prized free agent in 2016. Two of those losses came in title bouts in two different divisions, including a split-decision loss to then-lightweight champion Chandler four years ago.

The lone victory for Henderson during that span, however, came against current two-division champion and reigning 155-pound titleholder Patricio “Pitbull” Freire and a win over Chandler likely catapults Henderson into a rematch for the title once Freire first defends his featherweight belt within Bellator’s World Feather Grand Prix tournament. So, what’s exactly at stake in Henderson’s opinion entering this weekend’s return?

“Everything.  The world we live in, our attention span is pretty short. You are only as good as your last fight so, for me, this is the most important fight of my life and I trained that way.”

Chandler has won four of six fights since he edged Henderson at Bellator 165 in San Jose yet surrendered his lightweight title for the third time in May 2019 when Freire finished him in just 61 seconds.

Given the current standing of Chandler’s contract entering free agency, there will be no shortage of emotion for the fighter who debuted with Bellator for his fourth pro fight in 2010 and has arguably been the enduring face of the franchise. He’s also very fond of continuing said relationship as long as everything makes sense.

“Michael Chandler wouldn’t be who he is without Bellator promoting him and us having a symbiotic relationship,” Chandler told CBS Sports’ “State of Combat” podcast in April. “It’s exciting for me and this is the business aspect of fighting but you still have to keep the main thing the main thing. What happens inside those 15 minutes, inside that cage is what really counts. It’s on me and my shoulders and the onus lies solely on me. If I do my job, I have no doubt we will put ink to paper.”

The 25 minutes Chandler shared inside the cage with Henderson in their first outing was an exciting one, but also one in which observers were split.

Chandler started fast and took home scores of 48-46 and 48-47 in his favor but Henderson, thanks to his menacing leg-kick attack, was clearly the fighter who exited the fight peaking after winning Round 5 handily. The third judge awarded his scorecard to Henderson, 48-46, furthering the debate over who deserved to have won the competitive middle rounds.

The biggest lesson Henderson learned from the experience is that he needs to be more assertive off the top.

“The biggest thing was that Chandler had a big first round,” Henderson said. “All the highlight clips from the fight and every positive thing people said was from Chandler’s first round but the rest of the fight was leaning my way. So I need to go out there and start with a gangbuster of a first round and set the pace and make him tired and exhausted. Fighting from there should go my way but I have to bring the fight to him and fight at such a high level. I can’t give him those 20 or 30-second breaks that he’s used to.”

Chandler was much more cryptic when identifying the advantages he held in their first bout and what he needs to do to win the second one.

“Benson Henderson is a guy that I fought before. He has two arms and two legs,” Chandler said. “He has certain patterns, mannerisms and tendencies that I know I can go out there and exploit.”

Henderson acknowledges the challenges and new sets of pressure he faced when entering Bellator as such a big-name acquisition in 2016. But he doesn’t believe there’s any difference between the fighter who lost to Andrey Koreshkov, Chandler and Patricky Freire during his first two years with the promotion and the one who has subsequently rebounded with four straight wins.

A slight step down in competition level certainly is part of it as Henderson submitted Roger Huerta in 2018 before claiming decisions over Saad Awad, Adam Piccolotti and fellow UFC-alum Myles Jury. But anyone looking for a turning point or reason for Henderson’s change in fortune, he maintains it’s not there.

“[There’s] no difference. Sorry to have the coach speak for you but you get up and get ready every day,” Henderson said. “You have the same preparations and you trust the process and your coaches. Sometimes the fights go your way and sometimes they don’t go your way. There was no revolutionary new yoga program I tried or new breathing exercises.”

Bellator 243

Bellator 243 Bellator 243: While the majority of storylines entering Friday’s Bellator 243 card have centered around former three-time lightweight champion Michael Chandler’s future whereabouts entering the final fight of his deal, it surely isn’t the only one.

Chandler (20-5) will look to enter free agency with his brand positioned at its highest value when the 34-year-old takes on former UFC champion Benson Henderson (28-8) in a 155-pound rematch that headlines the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut (DAZN/Paramount Network, 10 p.m. ET). But the 36-year-old Henderson needs a win just as badly.

Riding a four-fight win streak, Henderson appears reborn following a 1-3 start to his Bellator MMA career upon joining the promotion as a prized free agent in 2016. Two of those losses came in title bouts in two different divisions, including a split-decision loss to then-lightweight champion Chandler four years ago.

The lone victory for Henderson during that span, however, came against current two-division champion and reigning 155-pound titleholder Patricio “Pitbull” Freire and a win over Chandler likely catapults Henderson into a rematch for the title once Freire first defends his featherweight belt within Bellator’s World Feather Grand Prix tournament. So, what’s exactly at stake in Henderson’s opinion entering this weekend’s return?

“Everything. At a certain point in your career, from the very first fight, every one you have is the most important fight of your career,” Henderson told CBS Sports on Wednesday during the Bellator 243 virtual media day. “It doesn’t matter what you did before. The world we live in, our attention span is pretty short. You are only as good as your last fight so, for me, this is the most important fight of my life and I trained that way.”

Chandler has won four of six fights since he edged Henderson at Bellator 165 in San Jose yet surrendered his lightweight title for the third time in May 2019 when Freire finished him in just 61 seconds.

Given the current standing of Chandler’s contract entering free agency, there will be no shortage of emotion for the fighter who debuted with Bellator for his fourth pro fight in 2010 and has arguably been the enduring face of the franchise. He’s also very fond of continuing said relationship as long as everything makes sense.

“Michael Chandler wouldn’t be who he is without Bellator promoting him and us having a symbiotic relationship,” Chandler told CBS Sports’ “State of Combat” podcast in April. “It’s exciting for me and this is the business aspect of fighting but you still have to keep the main thing the main thing. What happens inside those 15 minutes, inside that cage is what really counts. It’s on me and my shoulders and the onus lies solely on me. If I do my job, I have no doubt we will put ink to paper.”

The 25 minutes Chandler shared inside the cage with Henderson in their first outing was an exciting one, but also one in which observers were split.

Chandler started fast and took home scores of 48-46 and 48-47 in his favor but Henderson, thanks to his menacing leg-kick attack, was clearly the fighter who exited the fight peaking after winning Round 5 handily. The third judge awarded his scorecard to Henderson, 48-46, furthering the debate over who deserved to have won the competitive middle rounds.

The biggest lesson Henderson learned from the experience is that he needs to be more assertive off the top.

“The biggest thing was that Chandler had a big first round,” Henderson said. “All the highlight clips from the fight and every positive thing people said was from Chandler’s first round but the rest of the fight was leaning my way. So I need to go out there and start with a gangbuster of a first round and set the pace and make him tired and exhausted. Fighting from there should go my way but I have to bring the fight to him and fight at such a high level. I can’t give him those 20 or 30-second breaks that he’s used to.”

Chandler was much more cryptic when identifying the advantages he held in their first bout and what he needs to do to win the second one.

“Benson Henderson is a guy that I fought before. He has two arms and two legs,” Chandler said. “He has certain patterns, mannerisms and tendencies that I know I can go out there and exploit.”

Henderson acknowledges the challenges and new sets of pressure he faced when entering Bellator as such a big-name acquisition in 2016. But he doesn’t believe there’s any difference between the fighter who lost to Andrey Koreshkov, Chandler and Patricky Freire during his first two years with the promotion and the one who has subsequently rebounded with four straight wins.

A slight step down in competition level certainly is part of it as Henderson submitted Roger Huerta in 2018 before claiming decisions over Saad Awad, Adam Piccolotti and fellow UFC-alum Myles Jury. But anyone looking for a turning point or reason for Henderson’s change in fortune, he maintains it’s not there.

“[There’s] no difference. Sorry to have the coach speak for you but you get up and get ready every day,” Henderson said. “You have the same preparations and you trust the process and your coaches. Sometimes the fights go your way and sometimes they don’t go your way. There was no revolutionary new yoga program I tried or new breathing exercises.”

PGA Championship 2020

PGA Championship 2020 Live : Free Online Tee Times Watch  the action at the 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park, San Francisco, CA, USA. Find championship information including news, scoring, videos the first time in over a year, a golf major

Watch Now: Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas (+1000) Co-Favorites To Win PGA Championship (6:03)
The PGA Championship is set to be contested for the 102nd time as the Wanamaker Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.

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The PGA Championship is set to be contested for the 102nd time as the Wanamaker Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.

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 Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.

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The PGA Championship is set to be contested for the 102nd time as the Wanamaker Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.

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The PGA Championship is set to be contested for the 102nd time as the Wanamaker Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.

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The PGA Championship is set to be contested for the 102nd time as the Wanamaker Trophy will be awarded to the best golfer to take over the course by the end of this coming weekend. The first and only major of the 2019-20 season will also witness a bit of history as the PGA Championship will be taking place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco for the first time.

As the only golf major to be held this season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the PGA Championship holds even greater esteem as 95 of the 100 best golfers in the world are joined by some top PGA of America amateurs to go after the trophy. Golfers are champing at the bit for their lone opportunity to bring home a major championship trophy this season on a pristine course.

Strap in for all-day coverage of the 2020 PGA Championship this week from CBS Sports, which will host weekend action of the event. What you’ll catch when you tune in is a fun course at TPC Harding Park that should produce exciting action over the course of the week.

Brooks Koepka will attempt to become the first golfer since the 1920s to win three straight PGA Championships as the betting favorite alongside Justin Thomas, who is looking to win his second Wanamaker. Jordan Spieth is still efforting for the career grand slam, while Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and others hope to find their games after recent struggles.

Enough talking about it. Here’s how you can watch as much of the PGA Championship as possible over the rest of the week days. Be sure to stick with CBS Sports for live coverage during the entire tournament.

All times Eastern

Round 1 — Thursday, August 6
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 2 — Friday, August 7
Early live stream: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on ESPN+
Featured groups: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN+

TV coverage: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on ESPN
TV simulcast live stream: 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

Round 3 — Saturday, August 8
Early TV coverage: 1-4 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 1-4 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 4-10 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 4-10 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Round 4 — Sunday, August 9
Early TV coverage: 12-3 p.m. on ESPN
Early TV simulcast live stream: 12-3 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free)

TV coverage: 3-9 p.m. on CBS
TV simulcast live stream: 3-9 p.m. on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App

Get in the action for the year’s first major and compete to win $4,000 in guaranteed cash with CBS Sports Golf Props. All you need to do is answer a few quick questions and you’re in contention! Join now for your chance to win. Terms apply.

This year’s tournament will continue to feature an uber-profitable purse, which should be of particular interest to Brooks Koepka, winner of the last two PGA Championships. If he is able to win an unprecedented third-straight PGA Championship, he stands to make nearly $2 million for the third year in a row at the PGA Championship.

Even those golfers who can’t sniff a first-place finish stand to make decent money this week — so long as they make the cut — with the clear-cut last-place finisher making nearly $20,000.

Below is the full breakdown of the 2020 PGA Championship purse, including winner’s share and how it compares to previous years and majors.

MORE: Who will win PGA Championship 2020? Odds, betting favorites & more

PGA Championship purse 2020
The purse at the 2020 PGA Championship should remain at $11 million, same as each of the last two seasons.

How much money does the winner get?
The first-place finisher at this week’s tournament should continue to make $1.98 million. For context on just how much the winner’s share has increased in recent years: When Tiger woods won the 2000 PGA Championship, he took home from $900,000. The winner this week will more than double that.

PGA Championship payouts
We won’t know the exact PGA Championship payouts until the completion of the event, but here is a breakdown of the preliminary 2019 PGA Championship payouts to use as a reference point.

The professionals are playing TPC Harding Park in San Francisco this week for the PGA Championship.

You can play most any other day of the year.

Harding Park is owned by the City of San Francisco and open to the public. It leans into it on its website. “Built for the pros. Experienced by you,” reads a slogan.

The course closed July 18 for the tournament. It will reopen Wednesday, Aug. 12. A scan on Tuesday showed one tee time available on the 12th, at 5:30 p.m. local time. There were five on Thursday, Aug. 13; nine on Friday, Aug. 14; 11 on Saturday, Aug. 15; and 14 on Sunday, Aug. 16, with rates between $63 and $300.

One week after the professionals play Harding Park on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you can, too.