The final round of the last major of the season, the PGA Championship, promises to be an exciting one, as Rory Mcllroy tries to hold off some of the games top players to win his 4th career major.

Round 4 coverage kicks off on Sunday, August 10 on TNT from 11 A.M. (EST) – 2 P.M. (EST).

CBS covers the remainder of the 3rd round from 2 P.M. (EST) – 7 P.M. (EST).

You can also catch all the action streaming live online from several sources, all of which are free.  Here are your options:

-CBS will be conducting a free live stream this weekend through their CBS Sports app for rounds 3 & 4 on Saturday & Sunday.  You can also watch from CBS Sports on your computer for free on both days.

-The PGA app for iPhone & the PGA app for Android are free and cover the par 3, marquee group and press room. will also have free live streaming throughout the entire tournament on your computer.

Here are the highlights from round 3 for those who missed it:

On a day when the leaderboard was constantly changing in the 2 thru 5 spots, Rory Mcllroy continued his brilliant style of play to hold onto a one shot lead heading into day 4 .

Mcllroy shot a 67, putting him at  4 under for the day and 13 under for the tournament .  He will tee off at 2:55 P.M. (EST) with Bernard Wiesberger, who is currently in second place at 12 under.

Wiesberger has only made the cut in a major once before prior to these games.

Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson continues to chip away at the lead a little more each day, shooting a round of 67, putting him at 4 under on the day as well.

More importantly though, it puts him at 10 under for the tournament, just 3 strokes off the lead.

Rick Fowler is also at 10 under for the tournament.  Fowler would be the only player besides Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus to finish in the top 5 of all 4 majors in one year if he manages to win.

Fowler and Mickelson are paired to tee off at 2:45 P.M. (EST).

Mickelson and Fowler are both legitimate threats to beat Mcllroy and proved during round 3 that this tournament is far from decided.

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