The on-the-fly nature of the Presidents Cup continues Sunday morning, with officials moving everything up three hours to try and finish up the final two sessions of the weekend. There are four more Foursomes matches to finish from Saturday, and those will all resume at 7:35 a.m. ET.
The captains will then meet at 8 a.m. and announce the order and matchups for the final 12 singles matches, the main event on Sunday at these cup events. Singles were supposed to start at Noon on NBC, but with more rain in the forecast, they are planning to send the first of the 12 matches off right around 9 a.m.
NBC's Sunday morning schedule is pretty inflexible, so their sister network Golf Channel will come on the air at 7 a.m. and be live for the 7:35 a.m. restart. Those matches shouldn't end any later than 9 a.m., when singles should then be starting up.
Golf Channel will have the morning coverage of the resumption of Foursomes from Saturday. But there will then be a break in the broadcast, with singles starting earlier than scheduled. NBC will jump in at Noon with tape delayed coverage of the conclusion of the Cup. With both networks under the Comcast umbrella, they use the same streaming site -- their LiveExtra service. This provides a simulcast of all the TV coverage, and will be online at Noon for coverage of the conclusion.
Here are all your media options for Sunday's full day of golf:
Sunday's Day 4 live coverage
7 a.m. ET -- Golf Channel coverage of restart of Saturday's Foursomes
Noon to 6 p.m. -- NBC
7 a.m. restart on Golf Channel, Noon coverage on NBC -- Golf Live Extra