Due to worries about the weather, the PNC Championship has changed the tee times and TV schedule.
Due to worries about the weather, the PNC Championship has changed the tee times and TV schedule.

This week is the PNC Championship, but there will be some changes. Because of the family event, Round 1 on Saturday at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club has been changed because bad weather is coming to Orlando.

NBC Sports says that the first round of play will be on split tees in the morning. On both the first and tenth holes, tee times will start at 7:30 a.m. ET and end at 8:22 a.m.

Peacock, the NBC streaming service, will start live broadcast at 8:15 a.m. ET to account for the change. The Golf Channel show Golf Central starts at 1:30 p.m., and NBC will show the taped broadcast at 2:30 p.m.

Here is where you can watch the coverage on Peacock.

The game is a 36-hole scramble, and two teams will play against each other.

The groups and new start times for Round 1 of the PNC Championship are shown below:

Hole 1:

7:30 a.m ET: Team Langer, Team Cink

7:43 a.m. ET: Team Annika, Team Harrington

7:56 a.m. ET: Team Singh, Team Goosen

8:09 a.m. ET: Team Korda, Team Stricker

8:22 a.m. ET: Team Woods, Team Thomas

Hole 10:

7:30 a.m ET: Team O’Meara, Team Kuchar

7:43 a.m. ET: Team Leonard, Team Faldo

7:56 a.m. ET: Team Trevino, Team Lehman

8:09 a.m. ET: Team Price, Team Furyk

8:22 a.m. ET: Team Duval, Team Daly

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