BMW Championship 2012 Schedule: When and Where to Watch Saturday's Action

Brian Leigh@@BLeighDATFeatured ColumnistSeptember 7, 2012

CARMEL, IN - SEPTEMBER 07:  Vijay Singh of Fiji watches a pitch shot on the 11th hole during the second round of the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick Golf Club on September 7, 2012 in Carmel, Indiana.  (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
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Severe weather is threatening to cast a pall over the 2012 BMW Championship. With rain in the forecast at the Crooked Stick golf club, golfers and fans alike will have to pray the course is playable over the weekend.

If things hold up, however, we could have a good one on our hands in Carmel, Indiana. Vijay Singh shot a six-under 66 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead into the weekend. Hot on his tail, however, are World No. 1 Rory McIlroy and of course, Tiger Woods.

As of now, things are still a go for Saturday, although they have been time-shifted. The first threesomes of the weekend are now expected to tee off around 11 a.m. EST––nearly three hours after they were originally expected to.

Here's the new schedule of Saturday tee times (leading threesomes are in bold):

Time Golfer #1 Golfer #2 Golfer #3
11:00 am Ogilvy Curtis Senden
11:00 am Dufner Simpson Furyk
11:11 am Stanley Garcia Els
11:11 am Watney Hearn Palmer
11:22 am Donald Snedeker Crane
11:22 am Every Watson Estes
11:33 am Laird Schwartzel de Jonge
11:33 am Wagner Cauley Bradley
11:44 am Rose Fowler Oosthuizen
11:44 am Stricker Stadler Harman
11:55 am Mickelson Matteson Kirk
11:55 am Clark Kuchar Wi
12:06 pm Scott Huh Johnson
12:06 pm Walker Piercy Mahan
12:17 pm Gillis Garrigus Poulter
12:17 pm Na Chalmers Holmes
12:28 pm Johnson Haas Harrington
12:28 pm Perez Points Overton
12:39 pm Noh DeLaet McDowell
12:39 pm Pettersson Hoffman Pride
12:50 pm Woods Westwood Van Pelt
12:50 pm Leishman Wilson  
1:01 pm Singh Moore McIlroy
1:01 pm McGirt Molder  

The broadcast schedule looks like this:

Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012
NBC—12:00-3:30 p.m. EDT
Golf Channel—3:30-6:00 p.m. ET
Golf Channel—9:00 p.m.-3:00 a.m. ET 

That is all weather pending, of course. Thus far, no updates have been given as to how the delayed tee times will affect the broadcast. So for all intents and purposes, you can plan on watching the action there.