Hyundai Tournament of Champions 2013: TV schedule and tee times for Sunday

Christian Petersen

After significant weather delays, golfers will try to take the field at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Sunday for the opening round of play.

The PGA Tour is hoping the third time will be the charm at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii.

After losing Friday and Saturday to inclement weather, the event will now begin on Sunday as a shortened 54-hole tournament. Sunday will feature 36 holes, followed by 18 holes Monday. The Tour will send groups off split tees on Sunday morning, pushing to get 36 in with the limited field.

2012 Hyundai champion Steve Stricker will tee off last. Along with him goes a crowded field of 30 of the PGA Tour's best. Stricker took last year's Hyundai with a score of 23-under par.

NBC will broadcast Sunday's rounds from 3-6 p.m. ET. The Golf Channel will take over from 6-10 p.m.

Here are Sunday's tee times, with groups going off on both sides:

7:10 AM Rickie Fowler Jason Dufner

7:10 AM Matt Kuchar Webb Simpson

7:20 AM Keegan Bradley John Huh

7:20 AM Ian Poulter Jonas Blixt

7:30 AM Marc Leishman Ted Potter, Jr.

7:30 AM Kyle Stanley Scott Stallings

7:40 AM George McNeill Ryan Moore

7:40 AM Ben Curtis Mark Wilson

7:50 AM Johnson Wagner J.J. Henry

7:50 AM Carl Pettersson Scott Piercy

8:00 AM Zach Johnson Hunter Mahan

8:00 AM Charlie Beljan Tommy Gainey

8:10 AM Bill Haas Nick Watney

8:10 AM Bubba Watson Dustin Johnson

8:20 AM Brandt Snedeker Steve Stricker
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