How to watch the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship on Saturday: Round 3 live coverage

Matt Kuchar hits a shot on Friday in Mexico

Matt Kuchar is two shots off the lead at the midway point of the World Wide Technology Championship.

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The third round of the World Wide Technology Championship at Tiger Woods’ El Cardonal at Diamante kicks off on Saturday, with Camilo Villegas holding a two-shot lead over the field.

Chasing is Matt Kuchar, the 45-year-old PGA Tour veteran who is two back at 14 under and looking for his first win since January 2019.

“I left for this trip kind of saying to my family I’m excited about the week, my game’s in good form, I’m looking forward to getting down to Cabo and hopefully playing some good golf,” Kuchar said. “Never know. I’ve certainly said that before and it’s not gone quite as planned. Golf is a fickle creature. But I’ve been feeling good for a while about the state of my game. I feel like the work I put in with [coach] Chris O’Connell, he’s got me in a direction where I feel really comfortable knowing and feeling like I have some ownership of what I’m doing.”

Here’s everything you need to know to track all of the action on Saturday in Mexico.


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How to watch World Wide Technology Championship on TV Saturday

You can watch the third round of the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship from 4:30-7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday on Golf Channel.

How to stream World Wide Technology Championship online Saturday

You can stream the third round of the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship on Saturday via Peacock, which will provide a simulcast of Golf Channel’s TV coverage starting at 4:30 p.m. ET.

2023 World Wide Technology Championship Round 3 tee times (All times ET)

No. 1 tee

12 p.m. – Ryan Armour, James Hahn, Kevin Tway
12:11 p.m. – Austin Smotherman, Lucas Herbert, Brandt Snedeker
12:22 p.m. – Robby Shelton, Chase Johnson, Max McGreevy
12:33 p.m. – Richy Werenski, Lucas Glover, Hayden Buckley
12:44 p.m. – Brent Grant, Brandon Wu, Mackenzie Hughes
12:55 p.m. – Akshay Bhatia, Cameron Champ, Adam Long
1:06 p.m. – Scott Piercy, Lanto Griffin, Taylor Montgomery
1:17 p.m. – Davis Thompson, Cameron Percy, Nate Lashley
1:28 p.m. – Jeffrey Kang, Michael Kim, Matti Schmid
1:39 p.m. – Doug Ghim, Justin Lower, Ludvig Aberg
1:50 p.m. – Erik van Rooyen, Will Gordon, Carson Young
2:01 p.m. – Justin Suh, Kramer Hickok, Chesson Hadley
2:12 p.m. – Camilo Villegas, Matt Kuchar, Stephan Jaeger

No. 10 tee

12 p.m. – Andrew Putnam, Chez Reavie, Nick Hardy
12:11 p.m. – Ryan Palmer, K.H. Lee, Ryan Moore
12:22 p.m. – Brian Stuard, Russell Knox, Kelly Kraft
12:33 p.m. – Sam Ryder, Taylor Pendrith, Tano Goya
12:44 p.m. – Patton Kizzire, MJ Daffue, Luke List
12:55 p.m. – Adam Svensson, Martin Laird, Beau Hossler
1:06 p.m. – Ben Griffin, Austin Eckroat, Sebastian Vazquez
1:17 p.m. – Isidro Benitez, Austin Cook, Peter Malnati
1:28 p.m. – Thomas Detry, J.J. Spaun, Vince Whaley
1:39 p.m. – Troy Merritt, Roberto Diaz, Paul Haley II
1:50 p.m. – Martin Trainer, Cameron Young, Nico Echavarria
2:01 p.m. – Keith Mitchell, Jason Dufner

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