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2024 RBC Heritage Saturday tee times: Round 3 pairings

2024 RBC Heritage Saturday tee times: Round 3 pairings

– RBC Heritage Round 3 Tee Times: ​Low Scores Expected

Despite ⁣windy conditions, the overall talent has still managed to push some low scores. The low round at Harbour Town Golf Links on Friday was a 3-under 68 turned in by Matthew Fitzpatrick, Anirban Lahiri, Denny McCarthy, Trey Mullinax and Ryan Moore. Nine more players‍ were three​ shots back at 4-under 69.

Rounds in the 60s are not surprising⁣ on the Harbour Town Golf Links that has held⁣ the tournament since 1969. The​ narrow fairways and small, undulating greens make ⁢it a course that can be mastered with good‍ iron play. The wind was a factor on Friday, but it⁢ did not stop a total of 38 players from breaking 70.

With so many players within striking ​distance of the lead, a low score in Round‍ 3 on Saturday could ⁤lead to a spot‌ on or near the leaderboard.
- Matt Kuchar Looks to Maintain Lead on Moving Day

– Matt Kuchar Looks to Maintain Lead on Moving Day

Matt Kuchar, playing with confidence after a stellar Round 2, will look to maintain his two-stroke lead on ⁤Moving Day. The veteran golfer has‍ been in control of the tournament so far, carding a bogey-free 65 on Friday.

His‌ closest pursuers ‌include Russell Henley, who is two ‌shots back ​at 10-under, and Harold ‍Varner III, ‌who sits at 9-under. Kuchar will need to stay focused and minimize mistakes if he wants to extend‍ his lead and ‍set himself up for ‌a potential come-from-behind victory.

On Saturday, Kuchar will tee off in the final group alongside Henley ‌at 1:45 p.m. ET.⁤ The featured pairing is sure to⁢ draw a large gallery and provide plenty of excitement as the tournament enters its crucial stages.
- Potential Upsets Brewing: Players to Watch for a Shake-up

– Potential​ Upsets Brewing: ‍Players to Watch for a Shake-up

Potential Upsets Brewing: Players to Watch for a Shake-up

There are a few​ players who could​ potentially‍ pull off​ an upset in the third round of the RBC Heritage. Here are three⁢ players to ⁤watch:

  1. K.H. Lee:​ Lee ⁤is ⁢a ⁤long shot to win the tournament,‌ but he has ⁤been playing well lately. He finished tied ⁣for 13th at the Masters and tied for sixth at ⁣the Valero Texas Open. Lee is a good ball-striker and he could make a run if he⁢ can‍ get his putter going.
  2. Ryan Moore: Moore is another player ⁣who could⁢ make ⁢a run. He is a ‌former PGA Tour winner and he has been playing well this year. Moore finished tied for 10th at the Arnold ​Palmer Invitational and tied for ⁢14th ​at ⁢the Players Championship. Moore is a good all-around player and​ he⁣ could ‌be a⁤ threat if ⁣he can ⁢get his game going.
  3. Russell Henley: Henley is ‌a bit of a dark horse, but he​ has the game to ‍contend. He is a former PGA Tour ⁣winner‌ and he has been playing well this year. Henley finished tied for 13th at⁣ the Masters ⁤and tied⁣ for sixth⁤ at the Valero Texas Open. Henley is a good putter and ‍he could make ‌a run‌ if he can get his game going.

- Course Conditions and Weather Forecast for Saturday's ​Action

– Course Conditions and Weather Forecast for ​Saturday’s Action

**Course Conditions and Weather Forecast for Saturday’s Action**

The RBC Heritage returns ⁣to Harbour Town Golf Links this weekend for⁤ the second consecutive year, and​ weather conditions are expected to play a significant⁣ role⁢ in the​ outcome of ‌the​ tournament.

For Saturday’s third round, players can expect fair skies‌ and‍ light‌ winds.​ Temperatures are ​forecast to reach the low 80s, making ⁤for a ​comfortable day of​ golf. However, with the wind coming from‍ the east, ‍the holes along the exposed coast will be ⁢more‍ challenging.

The greens are rolling true, and the rough is thick⁣ and penalizing. As a ⁢result, players will need to be accurate with their approach shots and avoid getting into trouble off the tee. The course is also​ expected to be fast and ⁣firm, so players will‍ need to ‍be careful with their speed on the greens.

Weather Table

Time Temperature Wind Speed Humidity
10:00 AM 75°‍ F 10 mph 70%
12:00 PM 80° F 12 mph 65%
2:00 PM 82° F 10⁤ mph 60%
4:00 PM 80° ‌F 8 mph 65%
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