2014 Players Championship: Tee times, pairings for Sunday's round at TPC Sawgrass

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

For the second straight day, Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer will anchor things at TPC Sawgrass.

We're 18 holes away from history at The Players Championship. It was just a month ago that Jordan Spieth held the lead on Sunday at the Masters, trying to become the youngest ever to win at Augusta. Now he'll start Sunday's final round sitting on a share of the lead with Martin Kaymer, trying to become the youngest ever to win the PGA Tour's signature event.

Perhaps more impressive than anything to do with Spieth's age is the current bogey-free stretch he's put together. The 20-year-old has not made a bogey since the third round of the RBC Heritage, the tournament played one week after the Masters. It's a 69-hole stretch at this point, an astounding feat given all the water trouble and increased penalties for inaccuracy at Pete Dye's Stadium Course. There are definitely plenty of birdie chances, but it's a setup that almost always penalizes a wayward drive, much more so than the regular stops on the modern PGA Tour. Somehow, Spieth has avoided all that through the first three days thanks to a mix of steady play tee-to-green and some ridiculous recovery work chipping and putting.

Just like the Masters, Spieth will anchor the Sunday tee sheet, this time playing with Martin Kaymer. The German made a bogey on the last hole Saturday to fall into a share of the lead, but these two were going to be in the final pairing no matter what. They're three shots clear of the rest of the field, and no one came close to them all day Saturday, even when both struggled to push the leading number higher. For the second straight day, they will go out at 2:45 p.m. ET.

Kaymer said after the third round that playing with Spieth had a Ryder Cup feel to it, and if he wins on Sunday, he puts himself back in position to elbow his way onto the roster again. Spieth should be a lock already, so this could be a preview of Gleneagles this fall.

One earlier tee time to keep an eye on is Adam Scott, who at least needs a T16 finish or better to become the new No.1 player in the world. It would be a backdoor T16, to be sure, but Scott currently sits at T28 on a leaderboard that's bunched up after those two at the top. It would be a quite a comeback from that opening round 77, which was worse than all but four players in the field. Scott has said he wasn't paying attention to the rankings, but before this week, had stated getting to No. 1 in the world would fulfill a childhood dream. Taking it from Tiger Woods, no less, would add to the importance of that career moment. Scott goes out early at 8:55 a.m., playing with Brandt Snedeker.

Here is the full tee sheet for Sunday at The Players:

Tee Time Players
7:55 AM Chris Kirk Ernie Els
8:05 AM Rory McIlroy Scott Stallings
8:15 AM K.J. Choi Ryan Moore
8:25 AM Rory Sabbatini Stuart Appleby
8:35 AM Ryan Palmer Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
8:45 AM John Rollins Russell Knox
8:55 AM Brandt Snedeker Adam Scott
9:05 AM Steven Bowditch Seung-Yul Noh
9:15 AM J.J. Henry Angel Cabrera
9:25 AM Jason Dufner Charley Hoffman
9:35 AM Brian Stuard Chris Stroud
9:45 AM Brendon de Jonge Jeff Maggert
9:55 AM John Merrick Scott Langley
10:05 AM Ian Poulter Jimmy Walker
10:15 AM Jonas Blixt Rickie Fowler
10:25 AM John Peterson Justin Hicks
10:35 AM Retief Goosen Brendan Steele
10:45 AM Billy Horschel Dustin Johnson
10:55 AM Marc Leishman Luke Donald
11:05 AM Francesco Molinari Erik Compton
11:15 AM Kyle Stanley Matt Kuchar
11:25 AM Richard H. Lee Charlie Beljan
11:35 AM Jeff Overton Daniel Summerhays
11:45 AM Bo Van Pelt Morgan Hoffmann
11:55 AM David Hearn Martin Flores
12:05 PM Steve Stricker Bubba Watson
12:15 PM John Huh Henrik Stenson
12:25 PM Pat Perez Justin Leonard
12:35 PM Jamie Donaldson Hideki Matsuyama
12:45 PM Graeme McDowell Stewart Cink
12:55 PM Joost Luiten Zach Johnson
1:06 PM Freddie Jacobson Kevin Chappell
1:17 PM Charl Schwartzel Scott Brown
1:28 PM Matt Jones Kevin Na
1:39 PM George McNeill Geoff Ogilvy
1:50 PM Bill Haas Sang-Moon Bae
2:01 PM Brian Davis John Senden
2:12 PM Justin Rose Sergio Garcia
2:23 PM Lee Westwood Gary Woodland
2:34 PM Russell Henley Jim Furyk
2:45 PM Martin Kaymer Jordan Spieth

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