2013 Presidents Cup: Tee times, pairings, match schedule for Sunday

Allan Henry-USA TODAY Sports

With more inclement weather in the forecast, the Tour will try to finish up four leftover Foursomes matches from Saturday and then launch 12 singles matches all bright and early on Sunday morning.

The Presidents Cup will play catch-up again on Sunday morning, trying to finish up four matches that were suspended Saturday night as darkness fell at Muirfield Village. There have been significant rain delays, totaling more than five hours, in each of the first three days of competition this week. The Tour was already up against it yesterday trying to finish four Foursomes matches at the crack of dawn, and then complete 10 more matches over two sessions for sun-up to sun-down golf. But a midday delay ensured things would carry over to Sunday.

The last four Foursomes matches will resume at 7:35 a.m. ET on Sunday. The last match is currently on the 10th hole, as Matt Kuchar and Tiger Woods begin the back nine 1-down to the International pair of Brendon de Jonge and Ernie Els. Here's where all four of those Saturday Foursomes matches are out on the course:

Match Progress International Pairing USA Pairing
USA wins, 4&3 Marc LeishmanRichard Sterne Jason DufnerZach Johnson
All Square thru 13 Jason Day & Graham DeLaet Phil Mickelson & Keegan Bradley
INTL 3up thru 12 Louis OosthuizenCharl Schwartzel Webb SimpsonBrandt Snedeker
USA 2up thru 10 Adam ScottHideki Matsuyama Steve Stricker & Bill Haas
INTL 2up thru 9 Ernie ElsBrendon de Jonge Matt KucharTiger Woods

So those matches will resume at 7:35 ET, but by 8 a.m., the captains for each team will set the order and matchups for the originally scheduled 12 Sunday singles matches.

Presidents Cup and PGA Tour officials are then planning to start the singles matches about an hour after the pairings announcement, with the first tee time approximately at 9 a.m. ET. There will then be 12 one-on-one matches going off the first tee in about 11-minute intervals, trying to get one team to 17.5 points on another day where rain is possible.

UPDATE: Here are the Sunday singles order and matchups:

Match 23

Ernie Els vs. Steve Stricker -- 10:03 a.m.

Match 24

Hideki Matsuyama vs. Hunter Mahan -- 9:30 a.m.

Match 25

Brendon de Jonge vs. Jason Dufner -- 10:14 a.m.

Match 26

Jason Day vs. Brandt Snedeker -- 9:41 a.m.

Match 27

Graham DeLaet vs. Jordan Spieth -- 9:52 a.m.

Match 28

Adam Scott vs. Bill Haas -- 10:25 a.m.

Match 29

Branden Grace vs. Zach Johnson -- 10:36 a.m.

Match 30

Marc Leishman vs. Matt Kuchar -- 10:47 a.m.

Match 31

Richard Sterne vs. Tiger Woods -- 10:58 a.m.

Match 32

Charl Schwartzel vs. Keegan Bradley -- 11:09 a.m.

Match 33

Louis Oosthuizen vs. Webb Simpson -- 11:20 a.m.

Match 34

Angel Cabrera vs. Phil Mickelson -- 11:31 a.m.

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