PGA Championship 2013 TV Coverage: Complete Times and Listings for Sunday

Donald WoodFeatured ColumnistAugust 11, 2013

ROCHESTER, NY - AUGUST 07:  Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland is interviewed during a press conference prior to the start of the 95th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club on August 7, 2013 in Rochester, New York.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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The final day of the 2013 PGA Championship has arrived, and golf fans around the world are ready to watch the TV coverage for Sunday’s deciding round.

With 20 players under par for the tournament and still within striking distance for a possible win, current leader Jim Furyk (nine under par) will have his hands full as he tries to maintain his spot atop the leaderboard on Day 4.

Not only will the pressure of trying to maintain his lead weigh on the veteran, but Furyk will also have to contend with stars like Jason Dufner and Rory McIlroy who will make a hard charge for a big win.

This is going to be a wild round at the 2013 PGA Championship.

 

When: Sunday, Aug. 11

Where: Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, N.Y.

Watch: TNT and CBS

Live Stream: PGA.com

 

Day 4 PGA Championship TV Schedule

Round 4TNT11 a.m. - 2 p.m. ET
 CBS2-7 p.m. ET

Table information via MajorsChampionships.com.

 

2013 PGA Championship Leaderboard

 

Sunday Pairings

PairingTee Time (ET)
Gary Woodland8:25 a.m.
Stephen Gallacher, Phil Mickelson8:35 a.m.
Ben Curtis, Ian Poulter8:45 a.m.
Thongchai Jaidee, Hunter Mahan8:55 a.m.
Darren Clarke, Shane Lowry9:05 a.m.
Tommy Gainey, John Merrick9:15 a.m.
Matt Jones, Scott Stallings9:25 a.m.
Tim Clark, Miguel Angel Jimenez9:35 a.m.
Peter Hanson, Matteo Manassero9:45 a.m.
Vijay Singh, Thorbjorn Olesen9:55 a.m.
J.J. Henry, John Senden10:05 a.m.
Harris English, Danny Willett10:15 a.m.
Martin Kaymer, D.A. Points10:25 a.m.
Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods10:45 a.m.
Paul Casey, Ryan Palmer10:55 a.m.
Ryan Moore, Chris Kirk11:05 a.m.
Keegan Bradley, Hideki Matsuyama11:15 a.m.
Josh Teater, Brendaon de Jonge11:25 a.m.
Ken Duke, David Hearn11:35 a.m.
Sergio Garcia, Brandt Snedeker11:45 a.m.
K.J. Choi, Graeme McDowell11:55 a.m.
Justin Rose, Rafael Cabrera-Bello12:05 p.m.
Michael Thompson, Marcus Fraser12:15 p.m.
Scott Jamieson, Boo Weekley12:25 p.m.
Jason Day, Luke Guthrie12:35 p.m.
Rickie Fowler, Scott Piercy12:45 p.m.
Ryo Ishikawa, Kiradech Aphibarnrat12:55 p.m.
Marc Leishman, Francesco Molinari1:05 p.m.
Robert Garrigus, Matt Kuchar1:25 p.m.
Charley Hoffman, Webb Simpson1:35 p.m.
Bill Haas, David Lynn1:45 p.m.
David Toms, Zach Johnson1:55 p.m.
Roberto Castro, Marc Warren2:05 p.m.
Dustin Johnson, Kevin Streelman2:15 p.m.
Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood2:25 p.m
Steve Stricker, Adam Scott2:35 p.m
Henrik Stenson, Jonas Blixt2:45 p.m.
Jim Furyk, Jason Dufner2:55 p.m.

Table and all statistics via PGA.com, unless otherwise noted.

 

Top Pairings to Watch on Sunday

Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood

The most interesting pair of the final day will be Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood. With two of the most talented players on tour within striking distance of the lead playing together, the focus for many hardcore fans will on whether this duo can challenge for a win.

McIlroy has a previous victory in the PGA Championship (2012) and two top-three finishes (2009 and 2010), and the 24-year-old star looks to add to that resume with another great finish at Oak Hill Country Club.

He is joined in the final-day pairing with English superstar Lee Westwood. While Westwood has never won a major on the PGA Tour, his three-under-par overall score and consistent play has set the stage for him to contend on Sunday.

There is a good chance that the tournament winner comes from this pairing.

 

Jim Furyk and Jason Dufner

There may be an abundance of players who can theoretically win on Sunday, but the two players who have the best chance to steal the show and take home the final major of the season are Furyk and Dufner.

Furyk comes into Day 4 with the overall lead at nine under par, but lacks the prestigious history at this event to make his possible win a lock. While he has four top-10 finishes at the PGA Championship, none have come since 2002.

While Furyk has at least won a major before (2003 U.S. Open), pairing partner Dufner has yet to win his first, but has a great chance to do so on Sunday.

Dufner had a second-place finish in the 2011 PGA Championship—his best major finish to date—and that should give him enough confidence to rebound from a mediocre Round 3 and contend for the tournament victory.