Saturdays are usually loaded with wall-to-wall golf television coverage, but that won't be the case at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Because the start of the tournament was pushed back a day, meaning Saturday is just the second round, coverage will be limited to just three hours. Viewers will, however, be able to follow some of the action live online.
Golf Channel will handle Saturday's second-round broadcast with television coverage running from 3 to 6 p.m. ET. The broadcast can also be watched online via a live stream at Golf Live Extra. While the broadcast window is limited, viewers should be able to catch some of the marquee groups in action. Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and first-round leader Phil Mickelson will play together again on Saturday. The three are set to tee off at 1:10 p.m., so part of their round will occur during the broadcast window.
Not only will Saturday's coverage be limited compared to what would usually occur during the weekend, online coverage of the tournament is more limited in comparison as well. Last week at The Barclays, viewers had the option of watching a featured group stream and another stream dedicated to holes No. 1 and No. 14. Neither option is available this week.
Beyond the television coverage, the only additional coverage on Saturday will be the radio broadcast from PGA Tour Radio. Here is a complete look at the options.
Saturday's second round coverage
3-6 p.m. -- Golf Channel
3-6 p.m. -- Golf Channel simulcast stream
Noon-6 p.m. -- PGA Tour Radio on Sirius-XM