PGA Championship 2014 Tee Times: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day

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PGA Championship 2014 Tee Times: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day
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The final round of the 2014 PGA Championship from Valhalla Golf Course in Louisville, Kentucky, should be exciting. World No. 1 Rory McIlroy has a one-shot lead over Bernd Wiesberger, and several others are in the hunt.

Here's a look at the most updated leaderboard.

The winner will undoubtedly have to come up with his share of clutch shots to come out victorious. Despite holding on to the lead after three rounds, don't expect McIlroy to play overly conservative on Sunday. 

He's apparently learned from that mistake in the past. Per Gene Wojciechowski of ESPN.com, McIlroy says: "I've went protection mode once in my career and it was the 2011 Masters. That didn't work out very well. So I said to myself I'll never do that again."

McIlroy is referring to his disastrous and epic collapse on the back nine at Augusta National three years ago. With a seemingly safe lead, McIlroy shot a plus-seven on the back nine that day and finished 15th.

The way he's been playing lately, a similar implosion is highly unlikely. If someone is going to overtake him, he'll have to earn it.

Here's a look at the tee times for every player on Sunday.

 

Tee Times at Hole No. 1 (Eastern)

8:25 a.m.: Shane Lowry, Brendon Todd

8:35 a.m.: Bubba Watson, Chris Stroud

8:45 a.m.: Robert Karlsson, Shawn Stefani

8:55 a.m.: Freddie Jacobson, Rafael Cabrera-Bello

9:05 a.m.: Colin Montgomerie, Brendan Steele

9:15 a.m.: Graeme McDowell, Marc Leishman

9:25 a.m.: Kevin Stadler, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

9:35 a.m.: Koumei Oda, Francesco Molinari

9:45 a.m.: Pat Perez, Jason Bohn

9:55 a.m.: Vijay Singh, Hideki Matsuyama

10:05 a.m.: Fabrizio Zanotti, Brendon de Jonge

10:15 a.m.: Thorbjorn Olesen, Ian Poulter

10:25 a.m.: Richard Sterne, Zach Johnson

10:45 a.m.: Cameron Tringale, Matt Jones

10:55 a.m.: Scott Brown, Geoff Ogilvy

11:05 a.m.: Patrick Reed, Jerry Kelly

11:15 a.m.: Edoardo Molinari, Branden Grace

11:25 a.m.: Luke Donald, Kenny Perry

11:35 a.m.: Chris Wood, Daniel Summerhays

11:45 a.m.: Charl Schwartzel, J.B. Holmes

11:55 a.m.: Jonas Blixt, Brian Harman

12:15 p.m.: Nick Watney, Justin Rose

12:25 p.m.: Alexander Levy, Billy Horschel

12:35 p.m.: Jimmy Walker, Ernie Els

12:45 p.m.: Sergio Garcia, Ryan Moore

12:55 p.m.: Marc Warren, Brooks Koepka

1:05 p.m.: Bill Haas, Victor Dubuisson

1:15 p.m.: Brandt Snedeker, Danny Willett

1:25 p.m.: Joost Luiten, Jim Furyk

1:45 p.m.: Kevin Chappell, Lee Westwood

1:55 p.m.: Hunter Mahan, Adam Scott

2:05 p.m.: Graham DeLaet, Steve Stricker

2:15 p.m.: Ryan Palmer, Jamie Donaldson

2:25 p.m.: Henrik Stenson, Mikko Ilonen

2:35 p.m.: Jason Day, Louis Oosthuizen

2:45 p.m.: Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson

2:55 p.m.: Rory McIlroy, Bernd Wiesberger

 

Is Wiesberger For Real?

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It's hard to tell, but Sundays have a way of exposing upstarts as contenders or pretenders. With the likes of McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson firing shots all around him, the 28-year-old Austrian will have to be at the top of his game to simply remain in the top five.

If he can somehow duplicate his six-under 65 from Saturday on Sunday, we might have ourselves one of the most improbable PGA champions in history.

Wiesberger has not only never won a major in his career; he's never finished higher than 64th, and he's missed the cut twice. If he's still in the hunt heading into the back nine, you can bet Twitter will be prepped for an explosion if Wiesberger pulls off the win.

 

Could it Be Rickie's Time?

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Fowler has been on the cusp of a major championship over the past month, but he hasn't been able to get over the hump.

Here he is again in Kentucky with a real shot to win a major. Fowler trails McIlroy by just two shots, and his confidence has to be high after playing so well in his most recent outings.

Fowler finished tied for second at the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. In fact, his 29-under par in majors is the lowest of any golfer in the world this year. Still, he doesn't have a trophy to show for his efforts.

He'd obviously love to have his breakthrough on Sunday. A win or close duel with McIlroy would go a long way toward establishing a rivalry between the two young stars.

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