It's the weekend at the PGA Championship, where Jason Dufer holds a two shot lead after catching fire to match a majors scoring record with a round of 63. Dufner will be paired with Masters champ Adam Scott in the final Saturday tee time at Oak Hill. But given the conditions, which favor continued low scoring and more birdies to generate movement on the leaderboard, Dufner's lead may be gone by the time he ever gets to the first tee.
The leaderboard around Dufner and Scott is loaded with the world's elite players -- guys like Matt Kuchar, Justin Rose, Jim Furyk, Webb Simpson, Henrik Stenson, and Steve Stricker. There is no flukey flash-in-the-pan type player on the leaderboard right now, so it should be a fun moving day. The PGA gets a bad rap because it doesn't have an identity like the other three majors, but it's consensus that it always has the top field of the year, including this season where 99 of the top 100 are in attendance.
Unlike the first two days at the PGA, you'll be able to watch all the final groups of the leaders through a simulcast of the CBS afternoon broadcast. The first two rounds were confined to just a par-3 stream and the marquee groups stream, but CBS will add their own coverage online for the final 36 holes. You can also get all of the streaming channels through the PGA Championship mobile app on your phone or iPad. Here are all the media options for the expanded Saturday coverage.
Saturday's third round coverage
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. -- TNT
2 p.m. - 7 p.m. -- CBS
11 a.m. - 7 p.m. -- Par 3 stream and Marquee Groups stream on PGA.com
2 p.m. - 7 p.m. -- CBS simulcast on CBSSports.com
12 p.m. - 7 p.m. -- SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio
11 a.m. - 7 p.m. -- Par 3 stream and Marquee Groups stream via the PGA Championship app
2 p.m - 7 p.m. -- CBS simulcast via the CBS Sports app