Start times Fortinet Championship 2022, TV info for Sunday’s final round

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The 2022 Fortinet Championship at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California is 18 holes away from crowning a champion. The event was previously known as the Safeway Open.

Justin Lower bounced back from his Friday 71 with a Saturday 68 and is in solo possession of the lead. He is one stroke ahead of the defending champion, Max Homa, who failed to get much going in the third round and tied a par 72. Danny Willett is level with Homa at 12 under.

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From tee times to TV and streaming info, here’s what you need to know for the final round of the 2022 Fortinet Championship. All times listed are ET.

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Sunday start times

1st tee

tea time

players

11 a.m.

Aaron Baddeley, Beau Hossler, Doug Ghim

11:11 am

Ben Taylor, Scott Harrington, Ben Martin

11:22 am

Thomas Detry, Austin Eckroat, Will Gordon

11:33 am

Wyndham Clark, Jimmy Walker, Vincent Norman

11:44 am

Brandon Hagy, Brendon Todd, Denny McCarthy

11:55 am

Tom Hoge, SH Kim, Taylor Moore

12:06 pm

Mackenzie Hughes, Kramer Hickok, Joseph Bramlett

12:17 pm

Brian Stuard, Nick Taylor, Chris Kirkoz

12:28 pm

Rickie Fowler, Zac Blair, Zecheng Dou

12:39 pm

Mark Hubbard, Austin Smotherman, Sahith Theegala

12:50 pm

Adam Svensson, Matt Kuchar, Harrison Endycott

13:01 o’clock

Byeong Hun An, Davis Thompson, Paul Haley II

13.12 o’clock

Justin Lower, Max Homa, Danny Willett

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10th tee

tea time

players

11 a.m.

Russell Knox, Adam Schenk, Alex Smalley

11:11 am

Alex Noren, Troy Merritt, Chris Gotterup

11:22 am

Taylor Montgomery, Matthias Schwab, Brandt Snedeker

11:33 am

Kevin Streelman, James Hahn, Robby Shelton

11:44 am

Harris English, Taylor Pendrith, Nick Hardy

11:55 am

Andrew Landry, Emiliano Grillo, Stephan Jaeger

12:06 pm

JJ Spaun, Nate Lashley, Brice Garnett

12:17 pm

Nick Watney, Matt Wallace, Chris Stroud

12:28 pm

Greyson Sigg, Matti Schmid, Jacob Bridgeman

12:39 pm

Andrew Putnam, Cameron Percy, Gary Woodland

12:50 pm

Michael Thompson, Hideki Matsuyama

13:01 o’clock

Lucas Glover, CT Pan

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How to watch?

You can watch Golf Channel on fuboTV for free. ESPN+ is the exclusive home for PGA Tour Live streaming. All times East.

Sunday 18 September

TV

wave channel: 6-9pm

Radio

SiriusXM: 4-9 hours

CURRENT

Peacock: 6pm-9pm

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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek

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