2021 Wells Fargo Championship: Final round tee times at Quail Hollow

Bryson DeChambeau enters Sunday just outside of the top 20 after a wild Saturday morning criss-crossing the United States.

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We’ve reached the final round of play at the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship. Below, find everything you need to know to watch on Sunday, including tee time information for every player in the field.

Wells Fargo Championship final round preview

Bryson DeChambeau is a ways from contention heading into the final round of play at the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship, but in fact, it’s a miracle he’s made it this far.

DeChambeau found himself jet-setting around the United States on Friday and Saturday to make his 8:10 a.m. tee time on Saturday at Quail Hollow — and not by his own volition. The reigning U.S. Open Champ made the cut at the Wells Fargo only after boarding a return flight to Dallas convinced he’d missed it. As a result, he wound up on a last-second, overnight flight back to Charlotte landing just in time to make it to the first tee.

DeChambeau (-2), enters Sunday seven strokes back of the leader, Keith Mitchell (-9), who is looking for his second PGA Tour win. Also in contention is Rory McIlroy (-7), who’s looking for his first victory on North American soil since the Tour Championship in 2019.

Below are the tee times for Sunday’s final round; you can catch the action on Golf Channel from 1-3 p.m. ET and on CBS from 3 p.m. till the completion of play.

Wells Fargo Championship final round tee times (ET)

Hole No. 1

7:10 — D.J. Trahan

7:15 — Hank Lebioda, Tim Wilkinson

7:25 — Jimmy Walker, Kevin Tway

7:35 — Shane Lowry, Beau Hossler

7:45 — Seamus Power, Ted Potter

7:55 — Brian Stuard, Russell Henley

8:05 — K.J. Choi, Matthew NeSmith

8:15 — Michael Gligic, Bo Van Pelt

8:25 — Wyndham Clark, Andrew Putnam

8:35 — Patrick Rodgers, Zach Johnson

8:50 — Stewart Cink, Phil Mickelson

9:00 — Sean O’Hair, Nick Taylor

9:10 — Corey Conners, C.T. Pan

9:20 — Jhonattan Vegas, Ryan Moore

9:30 — Jonas Blixt, Brendan Steele

9:40 — Matt Jones, Kramer Hickok

9:50 — Peter Malnati, Brian Harman

10:00 — Pat Perez, Johnson Wagner

10:10 — Justin Thomas, J.T. Poston

10:20 — Sepp Straka, Kyoung-Hoon Lee

10:35 — Ben Martin, J.J. Spaun

10:45 — Emiliano Grillo, Roger Sloan

10:55 — Kevin Streelman, Talor Gooch

11:05 — Harris English, Keegan Bradley

11:15 — Brandon Hagy, Patton Kizzire

11:25 — Joaquin Niemann, Tommy Fleetwood

11:35 — Hunter Mahan, Charl Schwartzel

11:45 — Bryson DeChambeau, Lanto Griffin

11:55 — Carlos Ortiz, Scott Piercy

12:05 — Vincent Whaley, Joel Dahmen

12:20 — Xander Schauffele, Russell Knox

12:30 — Bubba Watson, Aaron Wise

12:40 — Richy Werenski, Cameron Davis

12:50 — Abraham Ancer, Matt Wallace

1:00 — Kyle Stanley, Patrick Reed

1:10 — Jason Dufner, Viktor Hovland

1:20 ­— Satoshi Kodaira, Scott Stallings

1:30 — Gary Woodland, Luke List

1:40 — Keith Mitchell, Rory McIlroy

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