The third round of the World Wide Technology Championship at Tiger Woods’ El Cardonal in Diamante begins Saturday with Camilo Villegas holding a two-shot lead over the field.
Chasing him is Matt Kuchar, the 45-year-old PGA Tour veteran who is two behind at 14 under and looking for his first win since January 2019.
“I set out on this trip to tell my family that I’m excited for the week, my game is in good shape and I’m excited to get to Cabo and hopefully play some good golf,” Kuchar said. “You never know. I’ve certainly said this before and it didn’t quite go as planned. Golf is a fickle creature. But I’ve had a good feeling about the state of my game for some time now. I feel like the work I’ve done [coach] Chris O’Connell, he’s led me in a direction where I feel really comfortable because I know and feel like I have some responsibility for what I do.”
Here’s everything you need to know to follow Saturday’s action in Mexico.
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Here’s how you can watch the World Wide Technology Championship on TV on Saturday
You can watch the third round of the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship on Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET on Golf Channel.
Here’s how to stream the World Wide Technology Championship online on Saturday
You can stream the third round of the 2023 World Wide Technology Championship on Saturday on Peacock, which will offer a simulcast of Golf Channel’s TV coverage starting at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Start times for the third round of the World Wide Technology Championship 2023 (All times ET)
This will be updated as tee times are announced.
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