The 2013 PGA Championship has been anything but boring, with three days of action leading up to Day 4’s final round.
Although some of the game’s brightest stars have been all but eliminated, there are still plenty of reasons to watch.
There’s a chance something special could happen on Sunday, and you aren’t going to want to miss a single minute or fall out of the loop during this incredible tournament. Keep reading to find out where to catch the final round at Oak Hill Country Club, check the constantly updated scoreboard and more.
Top Scores and Live Updates
When: Sunday, Aug. 11
Where: Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, N.Y.
Watch: TNT (11 a.m.-2 p.m. ET) and CBS (2 p.m.-7 p.m. ET)
Live Stream: PGA.com
Will Furyk Grind Out Victory?
Jim Furyk heads into Round 4 with the top score—nine-under-par—and a 2:55 p.m. ET tee time. The 43-year-old is looking to capture the second major of his long career, with his first and only victory coming at the 2003 U.S. Open. He’ll need a bit of luck and plenty of skill to pull this one off a decade later.
Despite three bogeys in the third round, Furyk is still in the lead thanks to Jason Dufner’s struggles on the front nine Thursday. Dufner fell to second place and will tee off as Furyk’s twosome partner later in the afternoon.
It’s certainly worth watching to see if Furyk can hold on to win with a one-stroke advantage, which could make all the difference between glory and disappointment in New York.
Dufner Must Stay Composed
Jason Dufner shot his way into contention with an incredible seven-under on Friday, allowing him to remain near the front of the pack despite some issues to start the weekend.
The 36-year-old is majorless during his professional career, which began back in 2000. He had his best finish come at the 2011 PGA Championship, when he went into the clubhouse behind Keegan Bradley and claimed second place after an overtime battle.
Dufner would ideally like to avoid heartbreak in extra holes on Sunday and win in regulation, which means he will need to come out and impress in the early going and remained focused. He simply cannot afford to get into trouble early on and expect to recover, not with so many great golfers lurking in the back just waiting for a chance to pounce.
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