3M Open tee times, TV info for Saturday's third round

Everything you need to know for the third round of the 2021 3M Open.

3M Open tee times, TV info for Saturday's third round

Adam Hadwin and Ryan Armour are in control through two rounds of the 3M Open after both have posted opening rounds of 67-65 at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota, to reach 10 under and share the second-round lead.

The pair have just a one-shot advantage over four players sitting at 9 under.

Overnight storms are expected, which moved tournament officials to push back tee times for Saturday’s third round. Players will go off both tees in threesomes between 10 a.m. and noon CT.

From tee times to TV and streaming info, here’s everything you need to know for the third round of the 2021 3M Open.

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Tee times

1st tee

Tee time Players
10:53 a.m. Denny McCarthy, Brandt Snedeker, Matthew Wolff
11:04 a.m. Mito Pereira, Ryan Brehm, Sam Ryder
11:15 a.m. Pat Perez, Jason Dufner, Scott Brown
11:26 a.m. Rafa Cabrera Bello, Scott Stallings, Rickie Fowler
11:37 a.m. Chris Baker, Luke Donald, Nick Watney
11:48 a.m. Cameron Champ, Mark Hubbard, Adam Schenk
11:59 a.m. Sung Kang, Louis Oosthuizen, K.H. Lee
12:10 p.m. Jimmy Walker, David Lingmerth, Charl Schwartzel
12:21 p.m. Keegan Bradley, Troy Merritt, Gary Woodland
12:32 p.m. Brice Garnett, J.T. Poston, Cameron Tringale
12:43 p.m. Brian Stuard, Maverick McNealy, Jonathan Byrd
12:54 p.m. Chez Reavie, Jhonattan Vegas, Roger Sloan
1:05 p.m. Adam Hadwin, Ryan Armour, Bo Hoag

10th tee

Tee time Players
10:53 a.m. Michael Kim, Adam Long, Camilo Villegas
11:04 a.m. Bo Van Pelt, Hank Lebioda, Josh Teater
11:15 a.m. Chesson Hadley, Michael Thompson, Keith Mitchell
11:26 a.m. Beau Hossler, Michael Gellerman, Luke List
11:37 a.m. Martin Trainer, Tony Finau, Patton Kizzire
11:48 a.m. Aaron Baddeley, Cameron Percy, Cam Davis
11:59 a.m. Patrick Reed, Chase Seiffert, Joseph Bramlett
12:10 p.m. Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Patrick Rodgers, Tom Lewis
12:21 p.m. Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia, Scott Piercy
12:32 p.m. Charles Howell III, Joel Dahmen, David Hearn
12:43 p.m. Erik Van Rooyen, Austin Eckroat
12:54 p.m. Michael Gligic, MJ Daffue

TV, streaming, radio information

Saturday, July 24

TV

Golf Channel (Watch for free on fuboTV): 1-3 p.m.
CBS: 
3-6 p.m.

STREAMING

PGA Tour Live: 7:45 a.m.-6 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 1-6 p.m.

Sunday, July 25

TV

Golf Channel (Watch for free on fuboTV): 1-3 p.m.
CBS: 
3-6 p.m.

STREAMING

PGA Tour Live: 7:45 a.m.-6 p.m.

RADIO

PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 1-6 p.m.

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Luke Clanton was the breakout star of the week at the U.S. Junior, but Cohen Trolio and Nicholas Dunlap will play for the title.

Luke Clanton's magical U.S. Junior run ends as Cohen Trolio, Nicholas Dunlap advance to final

At USGA amateur championships, there’s always the realization that good things must come to an end. On Friday afternoon at the Country Club of North Carolina in Pinehurst, North Carolina, Luke Clanton met his end short of a trophy but with a big bag of wins regardless.

Clanton, the 17-year-old from Miami Lakes, Florida, tore through the match-play bracket mid-week and downed three top players to score a semifinal pairing opposite Cohen Trolio, himself a semifinalist from the U.S. Amateur at Pinehurst in 2019. Trolio proved to be the buzzsaw that Clanton couldn’t get past.

“It just didn’t go my way today,” said Clanton, who at No. 33 had the highest seed of any semifinalist. “I can’t really say anything else. I just didn’t perform nearly good enough. Congrats to Cohen; Cohen played really well. I hope he pulls through and wins the championship match. He deserves it, as good as he played today.”

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Clanton, who has committed to Florida State, birdied the first hole but found the tables turning when Trolio, who will play for LSU, birdied Nos. 3 and 5. Trolio extended his lead by winning Nos. 7-9 then 11 and 12. The match was over by No. 14.

Still, for Clanton, head-to-head victories over top-seeded Kelly Chinn, CCNC member Jackson Van Paris and two-time Alabama State Amateur champion Gordon Sargent made him arguably the breakout star of the week on a bracket loaded with talent.

“It was an awesome learning experience, but it’s a tough one to really handle,” Clanton said. “I really wanted to win this one.”

Luke Clanton reacts to a missed putt on hole seven during the quarterfinals at the 2021 U.S. Junior at The Country Club of North in Village of Pinehurst, N.C. on Friday, July 23, 2021. (Chris Keane/USGA)

As for Trolio, the 18-year-old seems to find his flow in Pinehurst. His breakout performance came two years ago at the U.S. Amateur. He played the Southern Amateur at Old Waverly Country Club in West Point, Mississippi, where his dad V.J. is the head of instruction, last weekend before immediately hopping a plane to play this event, which started Monday.

“Yeah, I’ve been playing super solid golf for the last couple months. This week just kind of hit the flow. I finished fourth round at the Southern, kind of literally hopped on a plane, flew here, played a practice round on Dogwood the next day. It was just kind of the same flow.”

Junior golf is a small world, and it’s not often a player catches a man on the other side of the bracket with whom he’s unfamiliar. Trolio admitted to knowing both Luke Potter and Nicholas Dunlap – the other two semifinalists – and will ultimately meet Dunlap in Saturday’s 36-hole final after the Huntsville, Alabama, native dispatched Potter, of Encintas, California, by a 3-and-2 margin.

Potter had the upper hand for much of the front nine, with Dunlap 2 down entering the back nine. But Dunlap fought back and ultimately closed out Potter when he birdied Nos. 14 and 15 then won No. 16 with a par.

“It’s unreal,” Dunlap said of his spot in Saturday’s final. “I’ve played the last six or seven weeks on the road, and I want to win everything I play in, obviously, but I’ve been trying to get my game ready for this week and for the next week for the U.S. Am. To be able to do it, it feels great.”

The winner of Saturday’s final will earn, among other things, an exemption into the 2022 U.S. Open.

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