2024 Cognizant Classic: Final Round Tee Timings and Pairings

Published 03/02/2024, 9:26 PM EST

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The hype is finally reaching its zenith as the 2024 Cognizant Classic reaches its final day. Well, leading the race for the title of champion with the aim of raking in a cut of the prize money is none other than Shane Lowry, who is tied for the top spot with David Skinns and Austin Eckroat. However, not everyone on the field has a chance to do so.

Only 68 golfers out of the total 144 in the field managed to make the weekend cut and take the greens on Moving Day. Meanwhile, if, like many others, you’re wondering whom your favorite athletes will be teeing off with and going head-to-head against in the finale of the PGA Tour’s Florida Swing, look no further!

The final fight for glory at the Cognizant Classic


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The final round of the PGA Tour event will tee off on Sunday, March 3, at the PGA National Resort (The Champion). Shane Lowry, who has propelled to the top with figures of 5-under at 67-67-66 over the three days of play, is being paired up with David Skinns, who is also high in contention to clinch the title from under his nose. Undoubtedly, an exciting matchup is on the cards!

Rory McIlroy, who is currently at T26, will tee it off against Chad Ramey, who has placed himself in the same position, both with figures of 7-under. In the meantime, the defending champ, Chris Kirk, seems to be struggling at T55 and will hope to find some respite on Sunday when he dukes it out with Corey Conners, who is at T58.

The likes of Min Woo Lee and Rickie Fowler, who are in the 4th and 11th positions, respectively, will see themselves paired up with Martin Laird and David Lipsky, who are tied in the same position as their opponents. Similarly at T11 is none other than Jake Knapp, the 2024 Mexico Open champ, who is set to tee it off alongside Matthieu Pavon.

The group of 68 athletes will be gearing up to showcase one final display of golf in South Florida. As for when exactly you can catch them at their first tee box, well, it’s as early as 7:55 am ET, with the last pair starting off well post 1 in the afternoon!


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The final round tee times of the event

The fourth and final round of the Cognizant Classic will kick off on Sunday. Let us take a quick look at the tee timings of the finale that Florida is set to witness.

Tee(#1) timePlayers
7:55 a.m.S.H. Kim

Camilo Villegas

8:05 a.m.Taylor Montgomery

Davis Riley

8:15 a.m.Mark Hubbard

Justin Rose

8:25 a.m.Jorge Campillo

Adam Schenk

8:35 a.m.Robert MacIntyre

Ryan Fox

8:45 a.m.Chris Kirk

Corey Conners

8:55 a.m.Mac Meissner

Beau Hossler

9:05 a.m.Davis Thompson

Ben An

9:15 a.m.Lucas Glover

Greyson Sigg

9:25 a.m.Troy Merritt

Chris Gotterup

9:40 a.m.Sam Ryder

J.T. Poston

9:50 a.m.Nick Dunlap

Joseph Bramlett

10 a.m.Zach Johnson

Carson Young

10:10 a.m.Rico Hoey

Chan Kim

10:20 a.m.Matt Fitzpatrick

Erik van Rooyen

10:30 a.m.Tyson Alexander

Chesson Hadley

10:40 a.m.Tom Hoge

Keith Mitchell

10:50 a.m.Maverick McNealy

Vincent Norrman

11 a.m.Doug Ghim

Jimmy Stanger

11:15 a.m.Chad Ramey

Rory McIlroy

11:25 a.m.Alexander Bjork

Tom Kim

11:35 a.m.Garrick Higgo

Billy Horschel

11:45 a.m.Cameron Young

Bud Cauley

11:55 a.m.Matthieu Pavon

Jake Knapp

12:05 p.m.Nico Echavarria

K.H. Lee

12:15 p.m.Peter Malnati

Parker Coody

12:25 p.m.Alex Noren

Max Greyserman

12:40 p.m.Davis Lipsky

Rickie Fowler

12:50 p.m.Russell Henley

Ben Silverman

1 p.m.Andrew Novak

C.T. Pan

1:10 p.m.Kevin Yu

Victor Perez

1:20 p.m.Min Woo Lee

Martin Laid

1:30 p.m.Austin Eckroat

Jacob Bridgeman

1:40 p.m.Shane Lowry

Davis Skinns


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Written by:

Allan Abe


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Allan Abe is a Senior Golf Writer at EssentiallySports. Armed with a Master’s Degree in English, he has covered many themes in golf as a beat writer, with in-depth coverage of instances of many golfers’ lives, like Bubba Watson and Adam Scott. Allan particularly excels at live coverage and a hole-to-hole analysis of events.
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