2023 Tour Championship Sunday final-round start times, TV/streaming info

It all comes down to this.

One round and 18 holes separates a golfer from winning the 2023 Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup Playoffs. And the golfer with the best shot (by far) to win?

Viktor Hovland.

The 25-year-old from Norway shot a 4-under 66 Saturday at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, moving to 20 under for the tournament. Hovland, who won the BMW Championship last week and the Memorial Tournament earlier this season, leads by six shots heading into the final round. Xander Schauffele is tied for second at 14 under, and Collin Morikawa and Keegan Bradley are tied for third at 13 under. Six shots matches the largest 54-hole lead on Tour this year.

Last year, Rory McIlroy trailed by six heading into Sunday before chasing Scottie Scheffler to the FedEx Cup.

From tee times to TV and streaming information, here’s everything you need to know for the final round of the 2023 Tour Championship. All times eastern.

Sunday tee times

Start time


10:56 a.m

Emiliano Grillo, Taylor Moore

11:07 a.m

Jordan Spieth, Jason Day


Si Woo Kim, Sungjae Im


Tony Finau, Tom Kim

11:40 am

Rickie Fowler, Nick Taylor


Corey Conners, Russell Henley

12:07 p.m

Tyrrell Hatton, Brian Harman

12:18 p.m

Lucas Glover, Sam Burns

12:29 p.m

Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood

12:40 p.m

Sepp Straka, Max Homa

12:56 p.m

Adam Schenk, Rory McIlroy


Scottie Scheffler, Patrick Cantlay


Wyndham Clark, Jon Rahm


Keegan Bradley, Collin Morikawa

1:40 p.m

Viktor Hovland, Xander Schauffele

That’s how you see

You can watch the Golf Channel too free on fuboTV. ESPN+ is the exclusive home of PGA Tour Live streaming. All times eastern.

Sunday, August 27


Golf Channel: 12-13:30
CBS: 13.30-18.00


SiriusXM: 13-18


ESPN+: 11-18
Peacock: 12-13:30

The story originally appeared on GolfWeek

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