CJ Cup at The Summit Club Sunday tee times, TV info

Everything you need to know for the final round of the CJ Cup.

CJ Cup at The Summit Club Sunday tee times, TV info

Keith Mitchell opened the week at the CJ Cup with a 62 and then began pulling away on Friday with his follow-up 64 at The Summit Club in Las Vegas. Mitchell, however, cooled down on Saturday with back-to-back double bogeys, and is currently four shots back of Rickie Fowler. Fowler is in position to win for the first time since the Waste Management Phoenix Open in 2019.

The Summit Club is playing host to the PGA Tour for the first time for this week’s event. The course is a Tom Fazio design and is playing 7,431 yards to a par of 72. The CJ Cup was moved from Korea to the U.S. for a second straight year.

From tee times to TV and streaming info, here’s everything you need to know for the final round of the CJ Cup. All times Eastern.

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Sunday tee times

9:05 a.m. Branden Grace, Jason Day, Charl Schwartzel
10:01 a.m. Shane Lowry, Yoseop Seo, Hanbyeol Kim
10:12 a.m. Si Woo Kim, Cam Davis, Patton Kizzire
10:23 a.m. Patrick Reed, Hideki Matsuyama, Jaekyeong Lee
10:34 a.m. Charley Hoffman, Sanghun Shin, Cameron Tringale
10:45 a.m. Marc Leishman, Tony Finau, Brian Harman
10:56 a.m. Emiliano Grillo, Rasmus Hojgaard, Justin Rose
11:07 a.m. Scottie Scheffler, Joohyung Kim, Harris English
11:23 a.m. Jason Kokrak, Alex Noren, Byeong Hun An
11:34 a.m. Max Homa, Sebastian Munoz, Kevin Streelman
11:45 a.m. Dustin Johnson, Tom Hoge, Xander Schauffele
11:56 a.m. Kevin Kisner, Justin Thomas, Kevin Na
12:07 p.m. Minkyu Kim, Talor Gooch, Louis Oosthuizen
12:18 p.m. Matt Jones, Brooks Koepka, Keegan Bradley
12:29 p.m. Stewart Cink, Sergio Garcia, K.H. Lee
12:45 p.m. Lucas Glover, Webb Simpson, Sungjae Im
12:57 p.m. Seonghyeon Kim, Jordan Spieth, Tommy Fleetwood
1:09 p.m. Paul Casey, Viktor Hovland, Mackenzie Hughes
1:21 p.m. Jhonattan Vegas, Maverick McNealy, Hudson Swafford
1:33 p.m. Carlos Ortiz, Joaquin Niemann, Chris Kirk
1:45 p.m. Sung Kang, Harold Varner III, Gary Woodland
2:02 p.m. Harry Higgs, Collin Morikawa, Russell Henley
2:14 p.m. Sam Burns, Aaron Wise, Erik van Rooyen
2:26 p.m. Keith Mitchell, Cameron Smith, Ian Poulter
2:38 p.m. Robert Streb, Adam Scott, Tyrrell Hatton
2:50 p.m. Rickie Fowler, Rory McIlroy, Abraham Ancer

TV, streaming, radio information

You can watch Golf Channel for free on fuboTV. All times ET.

Sunday, Oct. 17


Golf Channel: 5-8 p.m.

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Team Jessica Korda prevails under the lights at Aramco Team Series event in New York

The Aramco Team Series came to a thrilling end under the lights on Saturday night.

Team Jessica Korda prevails under the lights at Aramco Team Series event in New York

The Aramco Team Series came to a thrilling end under the lights on Saturday night as six-time LPGA winner Jessica Korda’s team claimed the title after a two-hole playoff at Glen Oaks Club in Long Island, New York.

Korda’s team included Karolin Lampert, Lina Boqvist and amateur Alexandra O’Laughlin. The four combined to reach 41 under in the 54-hole team event that carries points for World Rankings and the Race to Costa del Sol, a season-long race that determines the LET’s top golfer.

The team captained by Sophia Popov, the 2020 AIG Women’s British Open winner, forced extra holes late in the day. Popov’s team included Magdalena Simmermacher and Hayley Davis as well as amateur Cody Crowell.

Scores: Aramco Team Series, New York

In the playoff, Popov and Korda both played the lit-up 17th hole. They first tied with bogey before Korda won it for her team on the next trip down the hole.

Jessica Korda during the playoff at the Aramco Team Series. (Photo submitted)

“It is so nice to share this win with a team. It’s such an individual sport so this is different and really cool,” Korda said on behalf of her team.

“Today we really came together, and it was one of our best days, especially on those last six holes. We were just having fun, hyping each other up.”

It wasn’t just the format that marked a first for Korda but the ending, too. The Solheim Cup star said she’s never played under lights.

“It was so hard to see out there, so I really didn’t know how hard to hit it. I was just praying it was going to be somewhere up there.

“Sophia and I are great friends and playing anything against any of your best friends is tough. But golf is golf and friendship is more important.”

In addition to the team competition, the Aramco event also considering an individual leaderboard. Charley Hull finished at 12 under and topped 36-hole leader Nelly Korda for her first win since 2019.

“I’m delighted,” said Hull. “It’s good confidence for the rest of the season. Four birdies to start with was good – I felt like I could have birdied every hole on the front nine today.

“Because of the conditions it was one of the best rounds of my life today, probably ever. The last hole was a tricky shot – it sat down a bit, but I played it perfectly.”

The last of this year’s four Aramco Team Series events will be played at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in King Abdullah Economic City, near Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in November.

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