Get tee-times, TV information, tournament history and more ahead of the 101st PGA Championship, held at Bethpage Black in May.
1. Timings and TV information
2. Betting previews
4. Latest odds
5. Tee-times and key groups
6. Statistics and records
When and where does the US PGA take place?
Thursday, May 16 - Sunday, May 19 at Bethpage Black, Farmingdale, New York
What time does it start?
The first groups are expected to tee off at around 0750 local time - that's 1250 BST
Weekend tee-times depend on the number of players who make the cut
Where can I watch it in the UK?
Sky Sports will be broadcasting live coverage in the UK
Bethpage Black is among the most notorious golf courses in the United States, made famous by a sign on the first tee which reads: 'WARNING: The black course in extremely difficult course which we recommend only for highly skilled golfers.'
Designed by the brilliant A. W. Tillinghast, whose other works include Baltusrol, Medinah and Winged Foot, it opened in 1936 but only began hosting top-level tournaments in 2002, when Tiger Woods won the US Open.
As well as hosting this year's PGA Championship, Bethpage will be the stage for the 2024 Ryder Cup.
For the 2019 PGA Championship, it will play to 7,436 yards and a par of 70. It played to a par of 71 in The Barclays three years ago, but the seventh - then a par-five - will serve as a long par-four.
Past winners at Bethpage: Tiger Woods (2002 US Open, -3); Lucas Glover (2009 US Open, -4); Nick Watney (2012 The Barclays, -10); Patrick Reed (2016 The Barclays, -9)
We will have outright, specials and round-by-round betting tips throughout the tournament. All will be posted here, beginning with the outright preview on Monday.
Episode five of Not Another Golf Podcast comes in two parts and includes an interview with 2002 winner Rich Beem.
Head to iTunes and search 'Not Another Golf Podcast', or click the image below for Soundcloud links and more details.
After his heroics at The Masters, Tiger Woods is fancied by many - including the bookmakers - to make it 16 majors at the PGA Championship.
Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose and Justin Thomas are among the others prominent in the betting.
Sky Bet have two offers available to their customers - they're offering 10 places each-way, and are also top price on Tiger Woods. Click the image below for details.
Tee-times and key groups
(all times BST, US unless stated)
12:35 David Lipsky, Rich Beem
12:45 Max Homa, Joost Luiten (Ned)
12:55 Corey Conners (Can), Marty Jertson
13:05 Kevin Tway, Kurt Kitayama
13:15 Ross Fisher (Eng), Andrew Putnam
13:25 Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spa), Beau Hossler
13:35 Pat Perez, Rob Labritz
13:45 Charley Hoffman, Henrik Stenson (Swe)
13:55 Justin Harding (SA), Cameron Smith (Aus)
14:05 Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng), Lucas Herbert (Aus)
14:15 Paul Casey (Eng), Phil Mickelson
14:25 Cameron Champ, Alex Noren (Swe)
14:35 Graeme McDowell (NI), Ryan Vermeer
14:45 JT Poston, Thomas Pieters (Bel)
14:55 Kelly Kraft, Daniel Berger
15:05 Brandt Snedeker, Mike Lorenzo-Vera (Fra)
15:15 Thorbjorn Olesen (Den), Jason Kokrak
15:35 Bronson Burgoon, J.J. Spaun
15:45 Gary Woodland, Keegan Bradley
15:55 Francesco Molinari (Ita), Zach Johnson
16:05 Billy Horschel, Webb Simpson
16:15 Emiliano Grillo (Arg), Joel Dahmen
16:25 Matt Kuchar, Charles Howell III
16:35 Aaron Wise, Tyrrell Hatton (Eng)
16:45 Haotong Li (Chn), Adam Hadwin (Can)
16:55 Rory McIlroy (NI), Tony Finau
17:05 Abraham Ancer (Mex), Jason Day (Aus)
17:15 Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha), Adam Long
17:25 Louis Oosthuizen (SA), Shane Lowry (Ire)
17:35 Jimmy Walker, Scott Piercy
17:45 Justin Rose (Eng), Sam Burns
17:55 Chez Reavie, Tommy Fleetwood (Eng)
18:05 Lucas Glover, Lucas Bjerregaard (Den)
18:25 Danny Lee (NZ), Danny Willett (Eng)
18:35 Sung Kang (Kor), Rickie Fowler
18:45 Jordan Spieth, Erik Van Rooyen (SA)
18:55 Patrick Cantlay, Adam Scott (Aus)
19:05 Matt Wallace (Eng), Xander Schauffele
19:15 Dustin Johnson, Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn)
19:25 Jazz Janewattananond (Tha), Luke List
19:35 Brooks Koepka, Harold Varner III
Statistics and records
5 Walter Hagen, Jack Nicklaus 4 Tiger Woods 3 Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead 2 Jim Barnes, Leo Diegel, Denny Shute, Paul Runyan, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Dave Stockton, Raymond Floyd, Lee Trevino, Larry Nelson, Nick Price, Vijay Singh, Rory McIlroy
Most runner-up finishes: Jack Nicklaus (4)
Oldest winner: Julius Boros (48)
Youngest winner: Gene Sarazen (20)
Biggest stroke play win: 8 shots (Rory McIlroy, 2012)
Lowest 72-hole score: 264 (Brooks Koepka, 2018)
Lowest 72-score in relation to par: -20 (Jason Day, 2015)
Lowest 18-hole score: 63 (various)