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2018 Hero World Challenge tee times, pairings: Tiger Woods, Hideki Matsuyama set for Round 4,Tiger Woods presumably didn’t hope to have a prior tee time on Sunday at the 2018 Hero World Challenge than he did at this occasion this time a year back. However, here we are. Woods sits in last place at the current year’s release at 2 under for the week and will jump start first at 10:42 a.m. with Hideki Matsuyama, who he played with on Friday.

Woods shot an even-standard 72 on Saturday and simply hasn’t been sharp as the host this year. He trails pioneers Jon Rahm, Henrik Stenson and Tony Finau by 11 strokes as that trio will have a late morning tee time as we settle a champ in the last PGA Tour occasion in 2018.

Woods and Matsuyama are likely the main event, however there are a large group of other strong pairings as we slow down what has been a wild golf date-book year and look forward to 2019.

Here’s a glance at whatever remains of the tee times for Round 4.Hero World Challenge tee times – Round 4 on Sunday

All occasions Eastern

10:42 a.m. – Tiger Woods, Hideki Matsuyama

10:53 a.m. – Jason Day, Keegan Bradley

11:04 a.m. – Patrick Cantlay, Bryson DeChambeau

11:15 a.m. – Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson

11:26 a.m. – Justin Rose, Alex Noren

11:37 a.m. – Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed

11:48 a.m. – Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele

11:59 a.m. – Henrik Stenson, Gary Woodland

12:10 p.m. – Jon Rahm, Tony Finau2018 Hero World Challenge: Trio of players top the leaderboard in Bahamas after Round 3We have a three-path tie on the leaderboard at the 2018 Hero World Challenge as Tony Finau, Jon Rahm and Henrik Stenson share the lead after 54 gaps at 13 under. That trio joined to shoot 11 under on Saturday in intense conditions, and the champ of this occasion ought to be one of them come Sunday night. How about we investigate the day that was in Albany and turn this forward into the last round of 2018.

In front of the pack – Jon Rahm, Henrik Stenson, Tony Finau (- 13): Finau joined the Rahm-Stenson party with a rankling 67, which was his second big time round in the same number of days following a person on foot 72 on Thursday. Finau, who by one way or another hasn’t won worldwide in 2018, came up short the second gap in Round 3 yet birdied six of the following 16 to join the gathering at the best. The striking thing about this leaderboard to me is that these are three of the greatest pooches on the PGA Tour. Developed men just in the last lap around Albany on Sunday.

Last place – Tiger Woods (- 2): Who let the competition host (and GOAT) tumble to last after he was caring enough to welcome 17 different players into this occasion?! Woods was well-intentioned about it on the communicate as he revealed to Dan Hicks and David Feherty on NBC that he was only competing for that main 18 wrap up.

Different contenders – Gary Woodland (- 11), Rickie Fowler (- 10), Xander Schauffele (- 9), Dustin Johnson (- 9): Fowler is coming up outwardly edge as he no uncertainty has dreams of that last cycle 61 to win a year ago moving in his mind. Johnson is presumably the most baffled to be in this spot as he was the main player in the best nine to not shoot something during the 60s on Saturday.

What did Tiger Woods do? He by and by made a major number badly on Saturday. The twofold intruder at the standard 5 third gap was his third “6” or more terrible this week, and he’s had one in each round. It prompted an even-standard 72.

Who had an extraordinary day? Schauffele and Patrick Reed both shot 66s (which served as the best round of Round 3), however I would state Finau’s round was somewhat better considering he currently shares the lead.

Who had a strange day? What about Alex Noren, who shot a 2-under 70 on Saturday however had the wackiest back nine you’ll see and an end kick that incorporated a birdie, falcon, triple, expert, birdie.