2014 Quicken Loans National: Tee times, pairings for Sunday's round

Rob Carr

There will be plenty on the line at Congressional on Sunday, including four spots in the British Open.

It's been an up-and-down season for Patrick Reed in 2014. He started the year about as well as anyone, including a pair of wins. Things unraveled, however, following his win at the Cadillac Championship, and he missed five cuts in his next eight events, with his best finish during that stretch a tie for 35th. Now, he has a chance to turn things around and he will open the final round of the Quicken Loans National with a two-stroke lead.

Reed began the third round tied for the lead and, while many players in the afternoon wave struggled mightily, he was able to card an even-par round of 71 to stay atop the leaderboard. The late groups got crushed by a very difficult Congressional track in the third round, with no one in the final five groups carding a round under par. If the conditions are similar on Sunday, Reed and the rest of the players near the lead will have a long grind to stay there. A total of 20 players will begin the final round in the red. That includes Seung-yul Noh, who is tied for second place at 4-under. Noh will join Reed in the final pairing on Sunday, with the two scheduled to tee off at 2:25 p.m. ET.

Marc Leishman and Freddie Jacobson are also 4-under to open the round and they will be paired in the second-to-last group. Justin Rose at 3-under, Bill Haas at 2-under and Billy Horschel at 1-under are among the other notable players in the red. Rose will be paired with Ben Martin in the final round, while Horschel will play with 20-year-old Oliver Goss. Haas, the defending champion, will tee off at 1:35 p.m., playing with Brendon Todd.

The stakes on Sunday are higher than just competing for a piece of the $6.5 million purse. Four players who finish in the top 12 will also receive a bid to the British Open. Reed, Leishman, Rose and a few others have already sealed their bids, but for players like Noh, Jacobson, Richard Lee and others, a solid finish could net them an invite to The Open.

Television coverage will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday. That should allow viewers to watch most of the afternoon wave play live, minus the 30-minute blackout from 2:30 to 3 p.m. when the broadcast shifts from Golf Channel to CBS. Here is a complete look at the final-round tee sheet. All times Eastern:

Tee time


2:25 PM

Patrick Reed

Seung-Yul Noh

2:15 PM

Freddie Jacobson

Marc Leishman

2:05 PM

Richard H. Lee

Shawn Stefani

1:55 PM

Ben Martin

Justin Rose

1:45 PM

Brendon de Jonge

Hudson Swafford

1:35 PM

Brendon Todd

Bill Haas

1:25 PM

Brendan Steele

Ricky Barnes

1:15 PM

Charley Hoffman

Gary Woodland

1:05 PM

Billy Hurley III

Matt Every

12:55 PM

Billy Horschel

Oliver Goss

12:45 PM

Scott Stallings

Andrew Loupe

12:35 PM

Jordan Spieth

Nick Watney

12:25 PM

Hunter Mahan

Robert Garrigus

12:15 PM

Daniel Summerhays

Brady Watt

12:05 PM

Tim Wilkinson

Michael Putnam

11:55 AM

Stuart Appleby

Angel Cabrera

11:45 AM

Ryan Palmer

Steven Bowditch

11:35 AM

John Huh

J.B. Holmes

11:25 AM

Stewart Cink

Andres Romero

11:15 AM

Geoff Ogilvy

Cameron Tringale

11:05 AM

John Rollins

Ben Curtis

10:55 AM

Tyrone Van Aswegen

Patrick Rodgers

10:45 AM

Brandt Snedeker

Peter Hanson

10:35 AM

George McNeill

Webb Simpson

10:25 AM

Brian Davis

Trevor Immelman

10:15 AM

Greg Chalmers

Heath Slocum

10:06 AM

Charles Howell III

Spencer Levin

9:57 AM

Davis Love III

Erik Compton

9:48 AM

K.J. Choi

Retief Goosen

9:39 AM

Morgan Hoffmann

J.J. Henry

9:30 AM

Carl Pettersson

John Merrick

9:21 AM

Scott Brown

Sean O'Hair

9:12 AM

Roberto Castro

Russell Knox

9:03 AM

James Driscoll

D.H. Lee

8:54 AM

Andrew Svoboda

Kevin Chappell

8:45 AM

Robert Streb

Bo Van Pelt

8:36 AM

Jason Bohn

Kevin Kisner

8:30 AM

Rory Sabbatini

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