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An estimated 30.9 million viewers (Persons 2+) watched all-or-part* of CBS Sports' two-day coverage of the 2014 PGA Championship, according to Nielsen Media Research, up 30% from last year's 23.8 million and up 42% from 21.8 million in 2012 when Rory McIlroy won his first PGA Championship.

The 30.9 million was the highest number of viewers to watch all-or-part of the Network's weekend coverage in five years, since 2009's 35.7 million.

CBS Sports' coverage of the 2014 PGA Championship on Sunday, Aug. 10, was viewed in all-or-part by an estimated total audience of 26.3 million (Person 2+), up 48% from last year's 17.8 million and up 58% from 2012's 16.6 million.

This year's 26.3 million marks the highest number of viewers to watch all-or-part of the Network's PGA Championship Sunday coverage in five years, since 2009's 29.0 million when Y.E. Yang won with Tiger Woods finishing second.

CBS Sports' coverage of the 2014 PGA Championship on Saturday, Aug. 9, was viewed in all-or-part by a total audience of 12.9 million.

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