TSN heads to Illinois' prestigious Medinah Country Club for live coverage of all four rounds of golf's final Major tournament of the season - the 88th annual PGA Championship -from August 17 to 20. TSN's complete four-round coverage is available in High Definition on TSN HD.

TSN's complete PGA Championship broadcast schedule is as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 17 - First Round at 2 p.m. ET
Friday, Aug. 18 - Second Round at 2 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 19 - Third Round at 11 a.m. ET
Sunday, Aug. 20 - Final Round at 11 a.m. ET

In addition to complete tournament coverage, TSN resident golf expert Bob Weeks joins Brent Wallace in Medinah to file daily reports for SportsCentrebeginning today (August 14).

Considered by pro golfers and fans as 'Glory's Last Shot', the PGA Championship is the final chance of the year to capture a Major championship title. This year's tourney features the top seven golfers in the world as listed on the Official World Golf Ranking: Tiger Woods, Mickelson, Vijay Singh, Retief Goosen, Jim Furyk, Adam Scott and Ernie Els, respectively.

Currently tied for second in Major victories with 11, Woods heads into the PGA Championship with a chance to break his tie with Walter Hagen and get one win closer to golf legend Jack Nicklaus, who currently holds the record for Major championship victories with 18. With the win, Woods, who also won the PGA Championship in Medinah in 1999, would also become the first player in tournament history to win two PGA Championships on the same course.

Mickelson makes his way to the PGA Championship as the tournament's defending champion. With three career Major wins under his belt, Mickelson looks to become the 29th player in Major championship history to collect two major wins in the same year. The last was Woods in 2005.

Representing Canada at this year's PGA Championship are Calgary's Stephen Ames, who earlier this year turned in one of the most dominating performances of the season with a six stroke victory at THE PLAYERS Championship, and Bright's Grove, Ont. native Mike Weir.