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2024 CJ Cup Byron Nelson Sunday tee times: Round 4 pairings

Jake Knapp is back on Sunday at Byron Nelson.

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The 2024 Byron Nelson CJ Cup Championship will conclude on Sunday, May 5, with the final round at TPC Craig Ranch in Texas. You can find Byron Nelson's full CJ Cup times for Round 4 at the bottom of this post.

The final group in the CJ Cup Byron Nelson will be made up of three newcomers to the PGA Tour, but one can truly distinguish himself as one of the Tour's brightest stars.

While Jake Knapp lost his 36-hole lead on Saturday to a red-hot Taylor Pendrith, his bogey-free-under 67 was still good enough to keep him within one shot of the 18-under Canadian.

Pendrith, meanwhile, made back-to-back eagles on his ninth Saturday, becoming the third to do so on Tour this season. He parred 54 holes for the third time in his career as he sought his first PGA Tour victory.

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The duo will be joined in the final round by Ben Kohles, last year's Korn Ferry Tour Player of the Year.

The final three tees teed off at 11 a.m. ET after tee times were extended and players were grouped into three groups due to inclement weather in the Dallas area on Sunday afternoon.

You can watch Sunday's final round of the 2024 Byron Nelson CJ Cup on ESPN+ with special early action starting at 8 am ET and covering the team throughout the day. Despite the earlier start, TV times will remain the same and Golf Channel will open the TV coverage at 1 pm ET before switching to CBS from 3-6 pm ET.

You can check out the full times for round 4 of the CJ Cup Byron Nelson below.



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2024 CJ Cup tee times Byron Nelson Sunday: Round 4 (ET)

It is No. 1

9:00 am – Maverick McNealy, Adam Scott, Jorge Campillo
9:12 am – Luke List, Aaron Baddeley, Nico Echavarria
9:24 am – Daniel Berger, Alex Smalley, Adam Schenk
9:36 am – Patton Kizzire, Justin Lower, Andrew Novak
9:48 am – SH Kim, Keith Mitchell, Chris Gotterup
10:00 am – Zach Johnson, Nick Dunlap, Aaron Rai
10:12 am – Stephan Jaeger, Ben Griffin, Si Woo Kim
10:24 am – Troy Merritt, Sung Kang, Min Woo Lee
10:36 am – Kevin Tway, Vince Whaley, Byeong Hun An
10:48 am – Matt Wallace, Alex Noren, Kelly Kraft
11:00 am – Taylor Pendrith, Jake Knapp, Ben Kohles

Number 10

9:00 am – Taiga Semikawa, Mark Hubbard, Dylan Wu
9:12 am – Ryo Hisatsune, Rafael Campos, Kevin Dougherty
9:24 am – Adrien Dumont de Chassart, Davis Riley, Ryan McCormick
9:36 am – Henrik Norlander, Carson Young, Tom Hoge
9:48 am – David Skinns, Austin Cook, Max McGreevy
10:00 am – Harrison Endycott, KH Lee, Tom Kim
10:12 am – Kris Kim (a), Tyson Alexander, Martin Laird
10:24 am – Sam Stevens, Joel Dahmen, Scott Piercy
10:36 am – Ben Martin, Jason Day, Mackenzie Hughes
10:48 am – Kevin Chappell, Hayden Buckley, SY Noh
11:00 am – Brandt Snedeker, Beau Hossler, Tom Whitney

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Jack Hirsh is an assistant editor at GOLF. A native of Pennsylvania, Jack is a 2020 graduate of Penn State University, earning degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. He was the captain of his high school golf team and recently returned to the program to serve as the head coach. Jack is also *still* trying to stay competitive with the local novices. Before joining GOLF, Jack spent two years working at a TV station in Bend, Oregon, primarily as a reporter/multimedia reporter, but also producing, anchoring and even presenting weather. He can be reached at [email protected].

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