RBC Heritage Final Round Primer

Get ready for a windy, wild, and hopefully not wet final round at the RBC Heritage. Ian Poulter takes a one-shot lead into the final round, which gets an early start this morning in hopes of finishing before bad weather moves in. The leaders tee off at 9 a.m., so get to Harbour Town early if you want to see who dons the tartan jacket.

RBC HERITAGE ROUND 4 PRIMER

54-Hole Leaderboard

Ian Poulter 69-64-67—200 (-13)

Luke List 70-64-67—201 (-12)

Si Woo Kim 68-65-68—201 (-12)

C.T. Pan 70-65-67—202 (-11)

Billy Horschel 66-69-67—202 (-11)

Kevin Kisner 69-68-66—203 (-10)

Chesson Hadley 66-68-69—203 (-10)

Today’s Weather

After three days of perfect weather, our luck runs out today. Cloudy, breezy conditions to begin the morning with the wind kicking up to around 20 mph by noon as players race to complete the final round before thunderstorms move in this afternoon.

Tee Times

Chip Shots

• Poulter has not made a bogey since the 10th hole of the first round (45 holes). At the Houston Open, where

Poulter claimed his third career PGA Tour victory, Poulter played 49 holes at one point without a bogey.

• The last five winners of the RBC Heritage have trailed by at least three shots after 54 holes. Bryan (2017), Jim Furyk (2015), Matt Kuchar (2014) and Graeme McDowell (2013) were each four strokes back entering the final round during their victories, while Branden Grace came from three shots back in 2016.

• The last 54-hole leader/co-leader to convert an RBC Heritage lead into victory was Carl Pettersson in 2012.

Quotable

“Have to muster up a bit more energy to go again tomorrow and see if we can have a nice bit of plaid to put in the closet.” – Ian Poulter

How To Watch

Golf Channel Live Stream: 9-10:45 a.m.

Television (tape-delayed): 1-2:45 p.m. (Golf Channel); 3-6 p.m. (CBS)

Live Leaderboard

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