CJ Cup final round tee times: Here’s how to watch Round 4 of the CJ Cup

October 19, 2019

Justin Thomas (-15) and Danny Lee (-15) are tied atop the leaderboard heading to the final round of the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges. Cameron Smith (-12) is in solo third, while Jordan Spieth sits at 11 under, four shots back, his outside hopes for a win (and a strong case for a Presidents Cup pick) still alive. Here’s what you need to know to watch the final round.

Jordan Spieth is four shots back heading to Sunday's final round at the CJ Cup.
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There is no PGA Tour Live available this weekend, but Golf Channel will be showing coverage of the CJ Cup’s final round beginning at 10 p.m., with streaming available on GolfChannel.com and on the NBC Sports app.


Final-round play at the CJ Cup will happen off both tees and players will go off in threesomes. The first group will begin play at 7:45 a.m. local time, while the leaders will tee off at 9:45 a.m. For viewers in the U.S., this means quite the adjustment — because South Korea is 13 hours ahead, Justin Thomas’s 9:45 a.m. tee time is 8:45 p.m. ET on Saturday night.

Notable tee times

7:45 a.m. (No. 10): Viktor Hovland, Hyungjoon Lee, Phil Mickelson

9:15 a.m. (No. 1): Collin Morikawa, Gary Woodland, Ian Poulter

9:35 a.m. (No. 1): Wyndham Clark, Jordan Spieth, Byeong Hun An

9:45 a.m. (No. 1): Justin Thomas, Danny Lee, Cameron Smith

You can see complete tee times below.

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Brooks Koepka withdrew from the event after aggravating a knee injury…Viktor Hovland’s record-breaking streak of consecutive rounds in the 60s finally came to a close with a third-round 75…Gary Woodland and Collin Morikawa shot matching 65s to charge from two to nine-under, just six shots back…Matthew Wolff struggled to his second consecutive 78 and sits in last place.