2020 CJ Cup live coverage: How to watch the final round at Shadow Creek Sunday
It’s Sunday at Shadow Creek, and while the super-luxe club won’t have its typical array of dazzling amenities on display for the final round of the CJ Cup, there’s still plenty of intrigue afoot. Here’s all the information you need to know to watch the action in Las Vegas.
Previewing CJ Cup final round
Sure, the pros have left the limousines and personal caddies for the customers willing to pay Shadow Creek’s grandiose greens fees, but they’ve provided more than enough entertainment to make up for it through 54 holes.
Russell Henley holds the 54-hole lead at 15 under after consecutive rounds in the sixties to open the weekend. The journeyman pro is looking for his first win in three calendar years (since the 2017 Shell Houston Open) in just his second event played in the 2021 season. But while Henley’s three-stroke lead is a comfortable cushion heading into Sunday, it’s far from ironclad.
A bevy of big names trail Henley closely on the leaderboard, led by Xander Schauffele. Schauffele (who joined GOLF’s Dylan Dethier and Sean Zak on this week’s episode of The Drop Zone) jumped out to an early lead after shooting 66-64 to start the week and sits tied for second at 12 under heading into Sunday. The 26-year-old struggled some to open the weekend, his score raising some 10 strokes from Friday’s 64 to Saturday’s 2-over 74. But tied alongside the likes of Lanto Griffin and Talor Gooch, he sits well within striking distance headed into the final 18.
Joining Schauffele near the top of the leaderboard are Justin Thomas (-10), Jason Day (-10) and Collin Morikawa (-9), the trio of major-winners needing low rounds Sunday to put some pressure upon the late afternoon groups.
Rory McIlroy, in his first event since tweaking his driver setup and (hesitantly) declaring his entrance into golf’s distance race, is tied for 10th at 8 under for the week after a third-round 66.
How to watch the CJ Cup final round (TV, streaming)
For the second consecutive week, Golf Channel is the late-afternoon destination for fans looking to catch the final round of action. The network’s broadcast will begin at 5:00 p.m. ET, and will continue until the completion of the tournament.
Fans can also stream the action all day from the CJ Cup on PGA Tour Live (though a subscription is required), and can watch the television broadcast using their cable login credentials on golfchannel.com.
CJ Cup final round tee times
Tee No. 1
12:15 p.m. – Brian Harman, Marc Leishman, Justin Rose
12:26 p.m. – Adam Hadwin, Keegan Bradley, Sergio Garcia
12:37 p.m. – Ian Poulter, Billy Horschel, Robby Shelton
12:48 p.m. – Si Woo Kim, Richy Werenski, Abraham Ancer
12:59 p.m. – Cameron Smith, Mark Hubbard, Daniel Berger
1:10 p.m. – Harris English, Kevin Streelman, Tyler Duncan
1:21 p.m. – Brooks Koepka, Rickie Fowler, Viktor Hovland
1:32 p.m. – Harry Higgs, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ryan Palmer
1:43 p.m. – Hideki Matsuyama, Joaquin Niemann, Jon Rahm
1:54 p.m. – Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Sebastián Muñoz
2:05 p.m. – Justin Thomas, Tyrrell Hatton, Collin Morikawa
2:16 p.m. – Jason Kokrak, Xander Schauffele, Jason Day
2:27 p.m. – Russell Henley, Lanto Griffin, Talor Gooch
Tee No. 10
12:15 p.m. – Byeong Hun An, Andrew Landry, Carlos Ortiz
12:26 p.m. – Kevin Na, Kevin Kisner, Joel Dahmen
12:37 p.m. – Hanbyeol Kim, Danny Lee, Tom Hoge
12:48 p.m. – Shane Lowry, Seonghyeon Kim, Cameron Champ
12:59 p.m. – Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Cantlay, Nick Taylor
1:10 p.m. – Mackenzie Hughes, Jordan Spieth, Matt Kuchar
1:21 p.m. – Jim Herman, Sungjae Im, Corey Conners
1:32 p.m. – J.T. Poston, Scottie Scheffler, Paul Casey
1:43 p.m. – Dylan Frittelli, Joohyung Kim, Tommy Fleetwood
1:54 p.m. – Brendon Todd, Jeongwoo Ham, Kyoung-Hoon Lee
2:05 p.m. – Adam Long, Matthew Wolff, Jaekyeong Lee
2:16 p.m. – Brendan Steele, Sung Kang, Gary Woodland
2:27 p.m. – Michael Thompson, Alex Noren, Tae Hee Lee