2020 Workday Charity Open tee times, viewer's guide
Patrick Cantlay, a winner at Muirfield Village in 2019 when it hosted the Memorial, has a chance to win a different tournament on the same course this week at the Workday Charity Open.
The Workday Charity Open is the first of back-to-back events at Muirfield Village, and will see seven of the top 15 players in the world competing in the Columbus, Ohio, suburb of Dublin this week. The event replaces the John Deere Classic, which was on the PGA Tour schedule before COVID-19 setbacks forced its cancelation; the Deere is slated to return in 2021 for its 50th playing.
Patrick Cantlay, who won Muirfield Village's actual annual tour stop, the Memorial, a year ago, will return to the vaunted course to play in the Workday, along with No. 2 Jon Rahm, No. 4 Justin Thomas and No. 5 Brooks Koepka. Koepka will be playing for the first time since withdrawing from the Travelers Championship two weeks ago as a precautionary measure after his caddie tested positive for the coronavirus. Koepka's brother, Chase—who Monday-qualified for the Travelers but then dropped out for similar safety reasons—will also play in Ohio thanks to a sponsor's exemption.
Three tour pros who previously tested postitive for COVID-19—Denny McCarthey, Nick Watney and Dylan Frittelli—are all returning to action for the first time after quarantining.
After winning last week’s Rocket Mortgage Classic, Bryson DeChambeau, who also won Memorial in 2018, will be taking his first week off since the tour season picked up again after the hiatus.
The winner of this event will receive 500 FedEx Cup points and a $1.116 million share of the $6.2 million purse.
Golf Channel will carry live coverage on Thursday and Friday from 3-6 p.m. EDT. On Saturday, Golf Channel will have coverage from 1-3 p.m. EDT, and CBS will follow from 3-6 p.m EDT.
PGA Tour Live streaming coverage takes place from 6:45 a.m.-6 p.m. EDT on Thursday and Friday and 7 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday.
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As for Sunday's coverage, with bad weather in the forecast, the PGA Tour has moved up tee times to try to get play in. Golf Channel will broadcast the final round from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at which time CBSSports.com will stream the final round live through it's conclusion. CBS will then broadcast the final-round tape-delayed starting at 3 p.m.
Find all live PGA Tour scoring data here.
Sunday Tee Times (all times EDT)
Tee No. 1
7 a.m. -- Pat Perez, Tim Wilkinson, Patrick Cantlay
7:11 a.m. -- Billy Horschel, Bronson Burgoon, Jason Dufner
7:22 a.m. -- Jerry Kelly, Graeme McDowell, Roger Sloan
7:33 a.m. -- Talor Gooch, Henrik Norlander, Mackenzie Hughes
7:44 a.m.. -- Jason Day, Brendan Steele, Brian Gay
7:55 a.m. -- Zach Johnson, Charley Hoffman, Russell Henley
8:06 a.m. -- Xander Schauffele, Sam Ryder, Stewart Cink
8:17 a.m. -- Matt Jones, Troy Merritt, Sepp Straka
8:28 a.m. -- Chase Seiffert, Hideki Matsuyama, MJ Daffue
8:39 a.m. -- Rory Sabbatini, Gary Woodland, Rickie Fowler
8:50 a.m. -- Sam Burns, Kevin Streelman, Ian Poulter
9:01 a.m. -- Justin Thomas, Viktor Hovland, Collin Morikawa
Tee No. 10
7 a.m. -- Steve Stricker, Richy Werenski, Matt Kuchar
7:11 a.m. -- Chez Reavie, Adam Long, Chris Stroud
7:22 a.m. -- Scott Stallings, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Sungjae Im
7:33 a.m. -- Adam Schenk, Chesson Hadley, Joaquin Niemann
7:44 a.m. -- Corey Conners, Keegan Bradley, Nick Taylor
7:55 a.m. -- Patrick Reed, Si Woo Kim, Shane Lowry
8:06 a.m. -- Austin Cook, C.T. Pan, Adam Hadwin
8:17 a.m. -- J.J. Spaun, Carlos Ortiz, Phil Mickelson
8:28 a.m. -- Kyoung-Hoon Lee, Cameron Champ, Matt Wallace
8:39 a.m. -- Louis Oosthuizen, Jon Rahm
8:50 a.m. -- Andrew Putnam, Peter Malnati