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Presidents Cup 2013 Schedule: Day 3 Start Time, TV Coverage and Live Stream

DUBLIN, OH - OCTOBER 04:  A fan offers a toy squirrel to Keegan Bradley (L)  and Phil Mickelson of the U.S. Team on the second hole during the Day Two Foursome Matches at the Muirfield Village Golf Club on October 4, 2013  in Dublin, Ohio.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Ryan RudnanskySenior Writer IOctober 14, 2016

It was another riveting day of golf at the 2013 Presidents Cup on Friday before a rain delay and a sunset.

Day 2 play never finished, so there is plenty of golf to be had on Saturday. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley won the first match for the Americans, while Ernie Els and Brendon de Jonge won the second match for the International Team.

Each team has two leads with four matches to be completed.

Thanks to the rain delay on Friday, Day 2 play will continue at 7:35 a.m. ET, delaying the third round by one hour, according to Rex Hoggard of GolfChannel.com:

After the Day 2 matches are completed, there will be five four-ball matches and five foursome matches on Saturday before singles play finishes it all off on Sunday.

Here's a breakdown of the schedule and the top storylines so far at the 2013 Presidents Cup.

 

2013 Presidents Cup Day 3 Information

When: Saturday, Oct. 5; tee times—following one-hour break after 7:35 a.m. ET restart (four-ball), 1:21 p.m.-2:05 p.m. ET (foursome)

Where: Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio

TV Coverage: NBC, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. ET

Live Stream: Golf Live Extra

Radio: PGA Tour Radio (Sirius 208, XM 93, PGATour.com)

 

Top Storylines to Watch on Day 3

Who Will Come Out on Top on Moving Day?

Oct 4, 2013; Dublin, OH, USA; Ernie Els and Brendon de Jonge on the 11th green during the second round of the President's Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
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The 2013 Presidents Cup has been highly competitive thus far. 

After the International Team stormed back to get within one point of the Americans on Thursday, it was another back-and-forth battle on Friday.

Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley defeated Jason Day and Graham DeLaet first, 4 & 3. Then Ernie Els and Brendon de Jonge responded, emerging victorious over Bill Haas and Hunter Mahan, also 4 & 3.

Els and De Jonge appear to have built some chemistry, per the Presidents Cup:

One thing's for sure: The 2013 Presidents Cup is up in the air right now. There is still plenty of golf to be played, including 12 singles matches on Sunday.

 

Is Day 2 Showing a Sign of Things to Come for Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley?

DUBLIN, OH - OCTOBER 04:  Phil Mickelson (L) and Keegan Bradley of the U.S. Team celebrate after making eagle on the fifth hole during the Day Two Foursome Matches at the Muirfield Village Golf Club on October 4, 2013  in Dublin, Ohio.  (Photo by Gregory
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After Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel edged Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley 2 & 1 on Thursday, the American duo bounced back on Friday with a vengeance.

Jason Day and Graham DeLaet got off to a 1-up lead right away on the first hole, but Mickelson and Bradley stormed back beginning at hole No. 5, taking seven of the next eight holes (five birdies). Day and DeLaet were never able to recover, losing 4 & 3.

Jason Sobel of GolfChannel.com tweeted:

The Americans certainly have some talent with Mickelson and Bradley, but the contrast between Day 1 and Day 2 makes you wonder if their roll will continue or simply end after Friday's play.

 

Will Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar Continue to Roll?

DUBLIN, OH - OCTOBER 04:  Tiger Woods (L) and Matt Kuchar of the U.S. Team celebrate after a birdie on the fourth hole during the Day Two Foursome Matches at the Muirfield Village Golf Club on October 4, 2013  in Dublin, Ohio.  (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Get
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After disposing of Angel Cabrera and Marc Leishman on Thursday, Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar are leading Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel through 12 holes, 3 up.

In four-ball matches on Thursday, Woods and Kuchar each won three holes en route to the 5 & 4 victory.

Oosthuizen and Schwartzel played solid golf on Friday. It's just that Woods and Kuchar were better.

Sobel tweeted:

This pairing of Woods and Kuchar has worked out mighty well for the Americans. If I were Tiger, I'd consider enlisting Kuchar as a high-priced caddie.

 

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