Wyndham Championship: Round 3 tee times, TV and streaming info

Tee times for Saturday at the Wyndham Championship were moved up for weather, and players will go off both the 1st and 10th tees. On (...)

Wyndham Championship: Round 3 tee times, TV and streaming info

Tee times for Saturday at the Wyndham Championship were moved up for weather, and players will go off both the 1st and 10th tees.

On Friday, Shane Lowry shot a 7-under 63  at Sedgefield Country Club, his lowest round of the season, to join the trophy hunt. He and Jason Kokrak had the low rounds on Friday.

Lowry is a shot back of Tom Hoge, Si Woo Kim, Talor Gooch and Billy Horschel, all tied for the lead at 10 under. Friday marked the second day in a row that Hoge hit 14 greens in regulation.

Rafa Cabrera-Bello shot a 67 on Friday, thanks in part to a putt that sat on the edge of the cup for 27 seconds before dropping.

Also, did a PGA Tour pro help Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn realize he might be suffering from COVID-19? It sure sounded that way on the debut episode of the HBO series “Hard Knocks.”


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Check out third-round tee times below.

1st tee

Tee time Players
7 a.m. Chris Kirk, Jim Herman, Sam Burns
7:10 a.m. Bud Cauley, Chris Baker, Henrik Norlander
7:20 a.m. Sebastian Munoz, Jason Dufner, Dylan Frittelli
7:30 a.m. Bo Hoag, Adam Schenk, Rafa Cabrera Bello
7:40 a.m. Tommy Fleetwood, Scott Piercy, Chesson Hadley
7:50 a.m. Adam Long, Sunjae Im, Patton Kizzire
8 a.m. Paul Casey, Kevin Kisner, Ryan Brehm
8:10 a.m. Tyler Duncan, Peter Malnati, Patrick Reed
8:20 a.m. Webb Simpson, Jason Kokrak, Rob Oppenheim
8:30 a.m. Mark Hubbard, C.T. Pan, Roger Sloan
8:40 a.m. Harold Varner III, Doc Redman, Andrew Landry
8:50 a.m. Billy Horschel, Harris English, Shane Lowry
9 a.m. Tom Hoge, Si Woo Kim, Talor Gooch

10th tee

Tee time Players
7 a.m. Luke List, Denny McCarthy, Matt Jones
7:10 a.m. Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Wesley Bryan, Nate Lashley
7:20 a.m. Cameron Davis, Tom Lewis, Matt Every
7:30 a.m. Troy Merritt, Davis Love III, Peter Uihlein
7:40 a.m. Kramer Hickok, Hank Lebioda, Matthew NeSmith
7:50 a.m. Brian Stuard, Scott Stallings, Matthias Schwab
8 a.m. Austin Cook, Joaquin Niemann, Patrick Rodgers
8:10 a.m. Michael Gligic, Brian Harman, Russell Henley
8:20 a.m. Josh Teater, Zach Johnson, Brandt Snedeker
8:30 a.m. Scott Brown, Russell Knox, Sergio Garcia
8:40 a.m. Will Gordon, Kristoffer Ventura, Seamus Power
8:50 a.m. Ben Martin, Ryan Armour, Jordan Spieth
9 a.m. Brinson Paolini, Vincent Whaley

TV/streaming information

All times are listed in Eastern.

Saturday, Aug. 15

PGA Tour Live on NBC Sports Gold: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (featured groups) and 3-6 p.m. (featured holes)
: 1-3 p.m.
PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 12-6 p.m.
: 3-6 p.m.
PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ (featured holes): 3-6 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 16

PGA Tour Live on NBC Sports Gold: 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (featured groups) and 2:30-6 p.m. (featured holes)
: 12:30-2:30 p.m.
PGA Tour Radio on SiriusXM: 12-6 p.m.
: 2:30-6 p.m.
PGA Tour Live on ESPN+ (featured holes): 3-6 p.m.

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Aided by an ever-changing wind and a laser-like sun that turned the greens into a landing area slightly softer than an airport runway, the (...)

Jerry Kelly alone atop leaderboard at Senior Players Championship

Aided by an ever-changing wind and a laser-like sun that turned the greens into a landing area slightly softer than an airport runway, the South Course at Firestone Country Club has turned ornery.

There were few survivors during the second round of the Bridgestone Senior Players Championship, which resumes Saturday with the field scrambling in the first of what was supposed to have been the third of five majors on the Champions Tour this year.

The Regions Tradition, postponed from early May, is scheduled for Sept. 24-27. The other three majors have been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

One Friday survivor was Jerry Kelly, who was one of six players to shoot par and took a three-shot lead over four others heading into the third round. Kelly, with six PGA Tour Champions wins under his belt, stood at 2-under 138 after adding a 70 to his opening 68.

Another to solve the conditions was slimmed-down Colin Montgomerie, one of four players in the field of 79 to break par with a second-round 69 and a two-day total of 141.

How tough was it?

“It was a challenge,” said Steve Stricker, one of four players in at 1-over 141 after a second-round 73 when he hit just nine greens. “I’m not hitting it all that great and that makes it more of a challenge. And we had a little bit more wind today and it’s a cross wind on all the holes, because it’s coming out of the east. So all these holes run north and south, so every hole’s a cross wind. It made club selection a little bit more challenging.”

Through two days and 159 rounds, only 20 scores have been at or under par.

Montgomerie, whose round included five birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey on the par-3 12th, said the conditions were what they should be.

“It’s a major championship and it should be more than a challenge,” said Montgomerie, who has lost approximately 40 pounds in the past five months. “It’s one of those courses where you get rewarded for good play and one of those where you get heavily penalized for not.”

Kelly, who finished in a tie for seventh in the recent Ally Challenge in Michigan, agreed.

“You get out of position here, you’re in deep trouble and that’s what it’s like in a major,” said Kelly, whose round had a painful ending when he suffered an elbow injury by hitting a tree root on the famed Monster 16th hole. “It’s definitely harder to get back in position. It seemed weird the way the holes were shaped and the way the wind was blowing. You know, it switched almost 180 degrees a couple times.”

Kelly saved par on the 180-yard 12th by chipping in from the right rough.

“The chip-in was awesome,” he said.

Not awesome was hitting the root from the right rough on the 16th.

“Hitting the root on 16 was not fun,” he said. “I saw a root in front of my ball but I didn’t see the root that my ball was sitting on. It is what it is.”

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