2021 Houston Open live coverage: How to watch Round 4 on Sunday

Scottie Scheffler is out in front heading into the final round of the 2021 Houston Open.

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On Sunday, a new champion will be crowned at the 2021 Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course. Here’s what you need to know to watch Sunday’s action on TV or online.

Previewing Houston Open Round 4

After a lengthy Saturday of play in treacherous conditions at Memorial Park, we’re no closer to figuring out who will hoist the trophy on Sunday night. A day that began with the conclusion of the second round continued in the afternoon as the players who survived the cut were regrouped in threesomes for Round 3.

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Martin Trainer led by one at the start, but a four-over 74 dropped him out of top position. Trainer is far from out of it though. His total of six under leaves him tied with four other players one shot off the lead. The man on top of the leaderboard with 18 holes to go is Scottie Scheffler. Scheffler followed up a course-record 62 on Friday with a 69 on Saturday to reach seven under.

Below you will find everything you need to watch the final round of the 2021 Houston Open

How to watch Houston Open Round 4 on TV

Golf Channel will air the final round of the 2021 Houston Open with three hours of coverage on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. ET.

How to stream Houston Open Round 4 online

You can stream the final round Golf Channel TV coverage of the 2021 Houston Open on golfchannel.com.

How to bet on the Houston Open

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2021 Houston Open Round 4 tee times (All times ET)

Tee No. 1

9:09 a.m. – Robert Streb, Aaron Rai, Aaron Wise
9:20 a.m. – Ryan Palmer, Keith Mitchell, Matthias Schwab
9:31 a.m. – Alex Smalley, Dylan Frittelli, Davis Riley
9:42 a.m. – Maverick McNealy, Mackenzie Hughes, Kevin Streelman
9:53 a.m. – Richy Werenski, Joel Dahmen, Chez Reavie
10:04 a.m. – Hank Lebioda, Sam Burns, Lee Hodges
10:15 a.m. – Wyndham Clark, Max McGreevy, Cameron Smith
10:26 a.m. – Adam Long, Cameron Tringale, Kelly Kraft
10:37 a.m. – Vincent Whaley, Marc Leishman, Adam Schenk Vincennes
10:48 a.m. – Jason Kokrak, Russell Henley, Luke List
10:59 a.m. – Kramer Hickok, Martin Trainer, Kevin Tway
11:10 a.m. – Scottie Scheffler, Jhonattan Vegas, Matthew Wolff

Tee No. 10

9:09 a.m. – Patrick Reed, Tom Hoge, Scott Piercy
9:20 a.m. – Hudson Swafford, J.J. Spaun, Chris Stroud
9:31 a.m. – Sungjae Im, Andrew Putnam, Scott Stallings
9:42 a.m. – Zach Johnson, Matthew NeSmith, Mito Pereira
9:53 a.m. – Sahith Theegala, Henrik Norlander, Max Homa
10:04 a.m. – Stephan Jaeger, Harry Higgs, Brian Harman
10:15 a.m. – Bronson Burgoon, Adam Scott, Denny McCarthy
10:26 a.m. – Erik van Rooyen, MJ Daffue, Talor Gooch
10:37 a.m. – Nick Taylor, Tyler Duncan, Lanto Griffin
10:48 a.m. – Brian Stuard, Jim Herman
10:59 a.m. – Jason Day, Brice Garnett

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