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Tour Championship 2013 Live Streaming Free: PGA Leaderboard, Final Round Tee Times, Sunday TV Coverage

( [email protected] ) Sep 21, 2013 02:31 PM EDT
Golfer Henrik Stenson leads the Tour Championship, the final tour of the four FedExCup playoffs tournaments, by four strokes entering the weekend. While Stenson said he hopes to win both the Tour Championship trophy and the FedExCup, he would have to play especially well until Sunday to bump Tiger Woods off the number one place in the FedExCup playoffs points to achieve his goal.
Tiger Woods (L) shakes hands with Henrik Stenson of Sweden following the first round of the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club. (AFP)

Golfer Henrik Stenson continues to lead the Tour Championship at No. 1 after he and the other 29 elite golfers swings their clubs in heavy rain on Saturday's game. 

Stenson leads the Tour Championship, the final tour of the four FedExCup playoffs tournaments, by four strokes entering the weekend. While Stenson said he hopes to win both the Tour Championship trophy and the FedExCup, he would have to play pecially well until Sunday to bump Tiger Woods off the number one place in the FedExCup playoffs points to achieve his goal. 

The Tour Championship by Coca-Cola games are broadcasted live on Golf Channel through NBC Sports Live on both television and online from September 19-22, 2013. Dustin Johnson now stands second in the Tour Championship and Steve Stricker in third. The tournament is being play out at the East Lakes Golf Course in Atlanta, Georgia.  

Stenson said he is focused on winning the two trophies and not the grand prize of Tour championship ($8 million) and the FedExCup ($3,440,000), a combined total of $11,440,000.

Since 2007, the PGA Tour started the FedExCup, a season-long points competition, offering $35 million in bonus money. Meanwhile , four playoff events will offer $32 million in prize money for 2013.

The Playoffs feature a progressive cut, beginning with The Barclays in New York (125 players), continuing with the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston (100 players) and the BMW Championship in Chicago (70 players). A reset takes place, seeding the top 30 players for the culminating TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola in Atlanta, where the FedExCup champion is crowned.

Tour Championship schedule

September 21, 2013, 10am-12pm EST

September 21, 2013, 3:30pm EST

September 22, 2013, 11:30-1pm EST

September 22, 2013, 1-6pm EST  

Tee Times for September 22 

1 11:35 am Weekley, Boo Schwartzel, Charl
2 11:45 am de Jonge, Brendon Streelman, Kevin
3 11:55 am Kuchar, Matt Woods, Tiger
4 12:05 pm DeLaet, Graham Furyk, Jim
5 12:15 pm Castro, Roberto Snedeker, Brandt
6 12:25 pm Day, Jason Mahan, Hunter
7 12:35 pm Bradley, Keegan Dufner, Jason
8 12:45 pm Scott, Adam Points, D.A.
9 12:55 pm Mickelson, Phil Woodland, Gary
10 1:05 pm Garcia, Sergio Haas, Bill
11 1:15 pm Watney, Nick Simpson, Webb
12 1:25 pm Spieth, Jordan Donald, Luke
13 1:35 pm Rose, Justin Horschel, Billy
14 1:45 pm Stricker, Steve Johnson, Zach
15 1:55 pm Stenson, Henrik Johnson, Dustin


Leaderboard 

The Leaderboard for Sunday's game can be accessed here