Texas Children's Houston Open Final Round Tee Times

The PGA Tour is set for a thrilling Sunday in Houston as five players enter the fourth round at Memorial Park in a share of the lead

Scottie Scheffler crouches down behind a putt during R3 of the 2024 Houston Open
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The World No.1 in men's professional golf, Scottie Scheffler, heads a five-player pack on nine-under looking to close out what is sure to be a memorable Texas Children's Houston Open victory on the PGA Tour this Sunday.

In the latest potentially fascinating end to a PGA Tour event this season, any number of players could end up lifting the historic title - including David Skinns, Stephan Jaeger, Alejandro Tosti, and Thomas Detry, all of who begin the final round on the same score as Scheffler.

Just a shot further back, Akshay Bhatia, Nick Dunlap, and Taylor Moore remain in with an outstanding chance of succeeding around Memorial Park. A group of four players complete the top-10 on seven-under, including defending champion and 36-hole overnight leader, Tony Finau, who owns the joint-course record thanks to a 62 on Friday.

But, on the hunt for a third consecutive PGA Tour title, Scheffler stands in fantastic stead to do just that after setting a new record for consecutive rounds under par on Thursday.

However, following his 28th round under par (the longest run on the PGA Tour since records began in 1983), Scheffler carded a level-par 70 on Friday thanks to his first double bogey in 218 holes. His streak of consecutive rounds at level par or better remains in tact, though.

Below is every fourth-round tee time at the 2024 Texas Children's Houston Open.

The Texas Children's Houston Open close up

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Starting Hole - Tee Time - Players

  • 1 - 9:20am (3:20pm) - Martin Laird, Chan Kim, S.H Kim
  • 10 - 9:20am (3:20pm) - Callum Tarren, Chandler Phillips, J.J. Spaun
  • 1 - 9:30am (3:30pm) - Justin Lower, Sahith Theegala, K.H. Lee
  • 10 - 9:30am (3:30pm) - Sam Stevens, Peter Malnati, Daniel Berger
  • 1 - 9:40am (3:40pm) - Gary Woodland, Lanto Griffin, Davis Thompson
  • 10 - 9:40am (3:40pm) - Wilson Furr, Ben Griffin, Pierceson Coody
  • 1 - 9:50am (3:50pm) - Matti Schmid, Davis Riley, Joe Highsmith
  • 10 - 9:50am (3:50pm) - Bud Cauley, Joseph Bramlett, Mark Hubbard
  • 1 - 10:00am (4:00pm) - Ben Silverman, Ryan Moore, Kurt Kitayama
  • 10 - 10:00am (4:00pm) - Taylor Pendrith, Raul Pereda, Beau Hossler
  • 1 - 10:10am (4:10pm) - Si Woo Kim, Garrick Higgo, Mackenzie Hughes
  • 10 - 10:10am (4:10pm) - Roger Sloan, Wyndham Clark, Harrison Endycott
  • 1 - 10:20am (4:20pm) - Adam Svensson, Cam Davis, Harry Hall
  • 10 - 10:20am (4:20pm) - James Hahn, Michael Kim, Chris Gotterup
  • 1 - 10:30am (4:30pm) - Erik Barnes, Cameron Champ, Kevin Dougherty
  • 10 - 10:30am (4:30pm) - Will Zalatoris, Nick Hardy, Austin Cook
  • 1 - 10:40am (4:40pm) - Alex Noren, Nate Lashley, Billy Horschel
  • 10 - 10:40am (4:40pm) - Greyson Sigg, Andrew Novak, Scott Gutschewski
  • 1 - 10:50am (4:50pm) - Victor Perez, Jacob Bridgeman, Tom Hoge
  • 10 - 10:50am (4:50pm) - Adam Long, Dylan Wu, Ryan Palmer
  • 1 - 11:00am (5:00pm) - Aaron Rai, Chad Ramey, Tony Finau
  • 10 - 11:00am (5:00pm) - Jhonattan Vegas, Ryan Brehm, Sam Ryder
  • 1 - 11:10am (5:10pm) - Taylor Moore, Akshay Bhatia, Max Greyserman
  • 10 - 11:10am (5:10pm) - Tyson Alexander, Emilio Gonzalez, Patrick Rodgers
  • 1 - 11:20am (5:20pm) - Alejandro Tosti, Thomas Detry, Nick Dunlap
  • 10 - 11:20am (5:20pm) - Adrien Dumont de Chassart, Ryan Fox, Aaron Baddeley
  • 1 - 11:30am (5:30pm) - David Skinns, Stephan Jaeger, Scottie Scheffler
  • 10 - 11:30am (5:30pm) - Sam Bennett, Vincent Norrman



Sunday 31 March: 1.00pm-2.30pm (Golf Channel/Peacock), 2.30pm-6.00pm (NBC/Peacock)



Sunday 31 March: 4.00pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Golf), 10.30pm-11.00pm (Sky Sports Main Event)

Jonny Leighfield
Staff Writer

Jonny Leighfield is our Staff News Writer who joined Golf Monthly just in time for the 2023 Solheim Cup and Ryder Cup. He graduated from the University of Brighton with a degree in Sport Journalism in 2017 and spent almost five years as the sole sports reporter at his local newspaper. An improving golfer who still classes himself as ‘one of the worst players on the Golf Monthly team’, Jonny enjoys playing as much as he can and is hoping to reach his Handicap goal of 18 at some stage. He attended both the 150th and 151st Opens and is keen to make it an annual pilgrimage.