The Players Championship is set for a thrilling conclusion on Sunday after three days at TPC Sawgrass' unpredictable course.
Heading into the deciding fourth round, Martin Kaymer and Jordan Spieth are the front-runners in a two-way tie for first, with the former dominating Round 1 and the latter playing consistently stellar golf throughout the tournament.
But they're not alone at the top of the leaderboard. Sergio Garcia and John Senden clawed their way into contention, while several other competitors remain in striking distance.
Before previewing the final day of action in Florida, let's take a look at all the viewing information for Sunday.
|Time (ET)||TV||Live Steam|
|12 p.m. - 2 p.m.||The Golf Channel||PGA Tour|
|2 p.m. - 7 p.m.||NBC||PGA Tour|
PGATour.com (link for live stream below)
Check out the official PGA Tour site to watch a live stream of all the action.
Day 4 Tee Times
Here is the full schedule for Sunday's tee times (all in Eastern Standard Time), courtesy of PGATour.com.
8:40 a.m.: Sang-Moon Bae
8:45 a.m.: Kyle Stanley, Richard H. Lee
8:55 a.m.: Graeme McDowell, Brendon de Jonge
9:05 a.m.: Billy Horschel, Luke Donald
9:15 a.m.: Retief Goosen, Brendan Steele
9:25 a.m.: Russell Knox, Jeff Maggert
9:35 a.m.: Scott Brown, Russell Henley
9:45 a.m. Pat Perez, Charl Schwartzel
9:55 a.m.: Marc Leishman, Erik Compton
10:05 a.m.: Gonzalo Fdez-Castano, J.J. Henry
10:15 a.m.: Geoff Ogilvy, K.J. Choi
10:25 a.m.: Kevin Chappell, Kevin Na
10:35 a.m.: Jamie Donaldson, Freddie Jacobson
10:45 a.m.: Charlie Beljan, Martin Flores
10:55 a.m.: Scott Langley, Ian Poulter
11:05 a.m.: Jason Dufner, Charley Hoffman
11:15 a.m.: Steven Bowditch, Angel Cabrera
11:25 a.m.: Scott Stallings, Ryan Palmer
11:35 a.m.: Justin Hicks, Dustin Jackson
11:45 a.m.: Jimmy Walker, John Peterson
11:55 a.m.: Hideki Matsuyama, Chris Kirk
12:05 p.m.: Rory Sabbatini, Adam Scott
12:15 p.m.: Brian Davis, Rory McIlroy
12:25 p.m.: Steve Stricker, Zach Johnson
12:35 p.m.: Justin Rose, Brian Stuuard
12:45 p.m.: Justin Leonard, Bill Haas
12:56 p.m.: Bubba Watson, Henrik Stenson
1:07 p.m.: Bo Van Pelt, Morgan Hoffmann
1:18 p.m.: Matt Kuchar, Daniel Summerhays
1:29 p.m.: Ryan Moore, Brandt Snedeker
1:40 p.m.: Stewart Cink, Jim Furyk
1:51 p.m.: David Hearn, Lee Westwood
2:02 p.m.: Gary Woodland, Francesco Molinari
2:13 p.m.: Matt Jones, George McNeill
2:24 pm.: John Senden, Sergio Garcia
2:35 p.m.: Martin Kaymer, Jordan Spieth
Round 4 Preview
Neither Kaymer nor Spieth dominated on Saturday, but they held their own to stay atop the leaderboard. Spieth shot one stroke under par while Kaymer finished even on the day, placing them in a tie at 12-under.
Spieth maneuvered through the first two rounds of his Players debut without notching a single bogey. Before Round 3, he predicted to the Associated Press, via The Los Angeles Times, that the streak would end over the weekend.
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“I don't think it's going to be possible to stay bogey-free for two more rounds with the greens firming up,” Spieth said. “That's a nice goal to have, I think. When bogeys come, it's going to be how I rebound.”
The 20-year-old has still not recorded a bogey entering the final round, putting him in prime position to earn his second career PGA Tour victory. Kaymer, who has fallen back down to earth after registering a 63 on Thursday, holds a slight one-stroke edge.
After scoring a 71 on Friday, Garcia needed a sensational day to stay in the championship hunt. He delivered, tallying a three-under with six birdies. He didn't end the day unscathed, however, and hit a bogey at the 17th.
Yahoo Sports' Shane Bacon quipped about his struggles on the penultimate hole.
Call me crazy but I don't think the 17th at Sawgrass is going to be getting holiday cards from Sergio Garcia.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) May 10, 2014
John Senden vaulted up to third place by earning a four-under on the day. The Australian made some leeway by conquering the par-five ninth hole in just three strokes, which helped enhance his total score to nine-under.
Senden picked up his second career PGA Tour victory at March's Valspar Championship. If he can pull off the upset at TPC Sawgrass, it'd mark the first year he collected two PGA Tour wins.
Matt Jones, Gary Woodland, Lee Westwood, Jim Furyk and Justin Rose cannot be counted out with 18 holes remaining either. Any of them would need a scorching round and perhaps some help from Kaymer or Spieth, but they're all within striking distance.
Whoever escapes with first place, the PGA's unofficial fifth major looks poised to enjoy an entertaining conclusion on Sunday.