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BMW Championship live coverage: How to watch Round 2 on Friday

Here's what you need to know to watch the second round on TV or online. Previewing BMW Championship Round 2. Jon Rahm is in the FedEx Cup ...



Why the BMW Championship boasts the high stakes that a hefty purse can't buy

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2021 Northern Trust: Live stream, TV coverage, watch online, golf schedule, channel, tee times, radio

Live TV coverage: 2-6 p.m. on Golf Channel ... 26-29 -- BMW Championship at Caves Valley Golf Club (Owings Mills, Maryland)

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2021 Northern Trust tee times, TV coverage, viewer's guide

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Phil Mickelson slams potential rollback of maximum driver length: 'This is pathetic'

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Ryder Cup watch: What does the Patrick Reed news mean for Team USA?

Golf Digest writers Joel Beall and Daniel Rapaport assess where Ryder Cup matters stand heading into the BMW Championship.It is the end of the 2020-21 PGA Tour regular season and that means the Northern Trust is once again serving its role as the first leg of the 2021 FedEx Cup Playoffs. The golf has been high-caliber over the last few months, but the first playoff event at Liberty National -- and the last edition of the The Northern Trust ever -- is shaping up to be tremendous for a variety of reasons.

First, it's FedEx Cup Playoffs time, which means pretty much all of the best players in the world will be playing at Liberty National this week. Also, Liberty National has a lovely skyline of a backdrop in New York City that will provide fun context for the golf this week. Also, whenever the best in the world get together, whether in New York, Dallas, San Francisco or Mars, great leaderboards tend to emerge. This is what happened in 2019 when this event was held at Liberty National. Patrick Reed won, but Adam Scott Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy all finished in the top six.

Through 54 holes Cameron Smith and Rahm are at 16-under 197, one shot ahead of Erik van Rooyen of South Africa. They will have to wait to decided the winner of the Northern Trust after the PGA Tour postponed the final round until Monday due to expected bad weather from Hurricane Henri. The Monday finish, which was originally slated to start at 7:30 a.m. ET, was also bumped four hours with golfers scheduled to go off in threesomes off both tees starting at 11:30 a.m.

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Round 4 – Monday

Round starts: 11:30 a.m.

Early TV coverage: 12:30 p.m. on Golf Channel

Live simulcast: 12:30 p.m. on and the CBS Sports App

Live TV coverage: 2:30 p.m. on CBS and Paramount+

Live simulcast: 2:30 p.m. on and the CBS Sports AppThe years' long rift between two of golf's greats, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka, could be over -- at least in public for the short term. On Wednesday U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker told Sports Illustrated he spoke with the two separately over the phone to ensure their beef wouldn't marinate into September's Ryder Cup.

"They assured me that the team and the country and everything else that goes into this is their [top priority]," Stricker said. "They said it's not going to be an issue, and I believe them. I trust them. As far as I'm concerned, it's been put to bed."

The beef began unceremoniously in 2019, when Koepka needled DeChambeau about his slow play, but things -- in the words of Ron Burgundy -- escalated quickly. The two then argued over who would win in a fight, questioned each other's physiques and potential steroid usage, and engaged in a hilariously salty Twitter back-and-forth.

Oh, and the infamous Koepka eye roll at the 2021 PGA Championship.Stricker claims Koepka and DeChambeau have put their problems behind them, though, giving the American squad hope to turn its recent Ryder Cup fortune around. The U.S. has lost to the Europeans in nine of the last 12 Ryder Cups yet still owns a 26-14 all-time lead.

But while Koepka and DeChambeau may have reached a détente , Stricker told Sports Illustrated he doesn't foresee them teaming up for the Ryder Cup.

"I'm not going to tell you there's no chance," Stricker said, "but I don't see it happening, no. I don't think they want to play together."

Koepka and DeChambeau have been relatively quiet ahead of the Ryder Cup, which Stricker explains as a conscious effort to prevent their rift from becoming the "root of a problem" for the American squad.

That quiet could very well pass after the Ryder Cup's conclusion, according to a not-so-subtle comment from Koepka during The Open.

"It's only a week," Koepka said of the Ryder Cup. "Look, I can put it aside for business. If we're going to be on the same team, I can deal with anybody for a week.

The Ryder Cup is slated for Sept. 24-26 at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisc.