If the final round of the Zurich Classic is anything like the first three, whoever cards the lowest score on Sunday may come away with the win. Scores went very low during the first three rounds, and 19 players will begin the final round double-digits into the red. That includes Seung-yul Noh who will begin the round at 18-under, two strokes ahead of the field.
Noh shot a 7-under 65 on Saturday, the second 65 he's carded thus far. He didn't drop a single shot during the first 54 holes, while making 18 birdies along the way. At most tournaments, 18-under through 54 holes will set up a player to cruise to victory, but the Zurich Classic is not like most tournaments. TPC Louisiana is one of, if not, the easiest courses on the PGA Tour, and players have taken advantage of prime scoring conditions. Five players will begin the final round within four strokes of Noh's lead, including Keegan Bradley at 16-under.
Bradley carded a 7-under 65 on Saturday, his best round of the tournament. He notched eight birdies, with just a single bogey as the only setback. Ben Martin is 14-under heading into the round after leading following the first and second rounds. He opened Saturday with a three-stroke lead but was four back by the end of the round.
As Martin found out on Saturday, a poor round, even just one stroke over par, can cause a player to tumble down the leaderboard. That could lead to a wild finish on Sunday, and fans will be able to watch the majority of the late action live. Coverage will begin at 1 p.m. on Golf Channel where it will remain until 2:30 p.m. CBS will pick up coverage at 3 p.m. The broadcasts will also air online via live streams from Golf LiveExtra and CBSSports.com.
There will also be radio coverage from noon to 6 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio. Here is a complete look at the final round coverage.
Final round coverage
Television: Golf Channel - 1 to 2:30 p.m., CBS - 3 to 6 p.m.
Radio: PGA Tour Radio (Sirius-XM channel 208/93) - 12 to 6 p.m.