Here's how you can watch Sunday's final round of the Workday Charity Open
Golf fans have an intriguing leader board full of bright young stars to gaze at on Sunday at the Workday Charity Open. Justin Thomas, the old man at 27, sits with a two-stroke lead over Viktor Hovland (22) and a three-stroke edge on Collin Morikawa (23) entering the final round at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio. Four back is Sam Burns (23). Thomas has a solid track record when leading after 54 holes, having been in the position 12 times during his PGA Tour career and closing things out on eight occasions. That said, the last time Thomas led entering the final round was the WGC-Mexico Championship in February, where he shot a closing two-over 73 to finish T-6. In other words, there’s plenty of reason to stay tuned on Sunday.
Unfortunately, you’ll have to adjust your schedule if you want to stay tuned for live coverage. Bad weather is in the forecast, so PGA Tour officials moved up the final round tee times to try to avoid delays.
That’s changed the television schedule significantly, as final-round coverage will no longer begin at 1 p.m. on Golf Channel before shifting to CBS at 3 p.m., as it would on a normal week. If you want to watch the action live, you can turn to Golf Channel for morning coverage up until 11 a.m. From there, you can see the remainder of the final round live by streaming it on CBSSports.com and PGATour.com starting at 11 a.m.. Subscribers of PGA Tour Live will also be able to watch featured groups and featured holes until the conclusion of play.
At 3 p.m., fans can see tape-delayed coverage on CBS.
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