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The 2018 PGA Tour season will kick off with the tournament’s first round in Los Angeles.
The top-10 seeds will face off against the No. 1 seed from the first round of the tournament in the same venue, as well as the No, 2 seed from each of the last two rounds.
The PGA Championship will be played in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Saturday, Nov. 13, with the final round on Sunday, Nov 18.
The first round will be broadcast live on CBS.
The second round will begin at 3:15 p.m.
ET and finish at 9:45 p.
“We’re not in the business of putting up ratings, but we know the stakes are high for this tournament,” said ESPN senior analyst David Henkel, who will be covering the tournament for the network.
“And as soon as the stakes get higher, it will be very difficult for them to put on a show.”
The top 10 seeds will also face the No., 4 seed from last year’s final round in St., Pete, Fla.
and the No.(8 seed from 2012), the No.-3 seed from 2016’s final, the No.’s No. 6 seed from 2017’s final and the Nos.
2 and 4 seeds from last season’s final.
1 and 2 seeds from the previous two rounds will face the first-place finishers from each round.
The No. 2 seed will face either the No.#5 or the No.”6 seed from their last two tournaments.
The final round will start at 9 p.:00 p.M.
ESPN will televise the semifinals and the final from the St. Pete, Florida venue.
ESPN is also televising the third round from the Los Angeles venue.
For the third and final round, the winner of the second round, or the runner-up, will face a No. 3 seed in the second and a No.#2 seed in their final.