Charles Schwab Challenge live coverage: How to watch Round 4 on Sunday

Jordan Spieth is lurking near the top of the leaderboard heading into Sunday at Colonial Country Club.

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A jam-packed final round of action has already begun Sunday at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas. After a three month layoff, we’re just a few hours away from crowning the first winner of the resumed PGA Tour season at Colonial Country Club. Here’s everything you need to know about the final round, including how to watch, pairings and tee times.

Charles Schwab Challenge final round preview

After three rounds, Xander Schauffele sits atop the leaderboard at Colonial at 13 under, but he’s trailed tightly by a stacked collection of big names.

Jordan Spieth hits from a bunker on the first hole at Colonial Country Club.
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Jordan Spieth (yes, Jordan Spieth, remember him?) is one stroke back of the leader, tied for second at 12 under alongside Justin Thomas, Collin Morikawa and Gary Woodland. Spieth is seeking his first professional win in nearly three years, hoping his home field advantage at Colonial (he lives just a few minutes away and is the course’s all-time leader in scoring average) can carry him to his first victory since the Open Championship in July 2017.

Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed and (the newly beefy) Bryson DeChambeau are three strokes back of the leader (at 10 under). The final groups will tee off Sunday shortly after noon, eastern time.

How to watch the Charles Schwab Challenge final round on TV

The final round of the Charles Schwab Challenge will air between two broadcast networks for a total of five hours on Sunday afternoon. Golf Channel will handle the first portion of the coverage, from 1-3:00 p.m. ET. At 3:00, the broadcast will then switch over to CBS and will air until the event’s completion.

How to stream the Charles Schwab Challenge final round online

Those who choose to stream the tournament can catch featured group coverage on PGA Tour Live (account needed) all day long, while those with a cable subscription can use their account credentials to view Golf Channel’s online stream for free.

Charles Schwab Challenge final round tee times (All times Central)

7:45 AM – Brian Stuard

7:50 AM – Denny McCarthy, Zac Blair

8:00 AM – Jhonattan Vegas, Scott Piercy

8:10 AM – Adam Schenk, Doc Redman

8:20 AM – Keith Mitchell, Joaquin Niemann

8:30 AM – Richy Werenski, Bronson Burgoon

8:40 AM – Matthew Wolff, Pat Perez

8:50 AM – Jason Dufner, Matthew NeSmith

9:00 AM – Zach Johnson, Talor Gooch

9:10 AM – Andrew Landry, Byeong Hun An

9:20 AM – Harry Higgs, Louis Oosthuizen

9:30 AM – Scottie Scheffler, Billy Horschel

9:40 AM – Chris Kirk, Lucas Glover

9:50 AM – Patrick Rodgers, Viktor Hovland

10:00 AM – Matt Jones, Tyler Duncan

10:10 AM – Rory Sabbatini, Brooks Koepka

10:20 AM – Bud Cauley, Matthew Fitzpatrick

10:30 AM – Alex Noren, Keegan Bradley

10:40 AM – Rafa Cabrera Bello, Brian Harman

10:50 AM – Adam Hadwin, Kevin Kisner

11:00 AM – Maverick McNealy, Tony Finau

11:10 AM – Peter Uihlein, Joel Dahmen

11:20 AM – Ian Poulter, Jim Furyk

11:30 AM – Bubba Watson, Charles Howell III

11:40 AM – Sungjae Im, Mark Hubbard

11:50 AM – Cameron Champ, Jason Kokrak

12:00 PM – J.T. Poston, Chesson Hadley

12:10 PM – Rory McIlroy, Bryson DeChambeau

12:20 PM – Corey Conners, Justin Rose

12:30 PM – Patrick Reed, Abraham Ancer

12:40 PM – Daniel Berger, Harold Varner III

12:50 PM – Collin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth

1:00 PM – Justin Thomas, Branden Grace

1:10 PM – Xander Schauffele, Gary Woodland

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