PGA Championship Weather Forecast

Check out our PGA Championship weather forecast ahead of the first Major of 2020

PGA Championship Weather Forecast
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Check out our PGA Championship weather forecast ahead of the first Major of 2020.

PGA Championship Weather Forecast

Winning a PGA Championship is hard enough because the course is often set up in its most challenging way. But in 2020 there could be an added element to add to the mix too with the weather possibly playing a big part.

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The 2020 PGA Championship takes place at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California.

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Situated in Lake Merced Park, the course seemingly juts out into the Pacific which could mean wind and adverse weather conditions. Let's take a look at the forecast for the week.

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PGA Championship Weather Forecast

Between mid-June and October is traditionally the best time of year in terms of weather in San Francisco. It tends to be at its hottest during that period so given the tournament is taking place in that window, what weather can be expect during the week?

Well right now the forecast is pretty standard and perhaps the longest hitters will be excited at the presence of little wind throughout the week.


Very similar looking day to Saturday with again a maximum of 19 degrees and winds around 13mph - and, again, thankfully there shouldn't be any breaks in play with the chances of rain being below 10%.

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Will Dustin Johnson be able to hold off the chasing pack to secure the win? Well the weather certainly shouldn't be an issue.

We will update this forecast throughout the week at the PGA Championship.

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