2018 John Deere Classic: Live stream, watch online, TV channel, golf start times
Find out when and how to watch the 2018 John Deere Classic live this week
A final pre-Open Championship tune-up is in order this week at the John Deere Classic where the scores are sure to be low and the tension potentially high with slots to get into The Open available late on Sunday afternoon.
The field this year is not great -- Francesco Molinari is the favorite, if that tells you anything -- but this tournament has been home to some pretty solid first-time winners over the last five years. Bryson DeChambeau, Brian Harman and Jordan Spieth all took home their first PGA Tour titles here. All three have since won again (Spieth has even won this tournament for a second time).
So this weekend could give us our first taste of what a Joaquin Niemann-dominated Tour looks like, or we could get an old faithful vet like Zach Johnson or Steve Stricker -- both of whom could have this even eventually named after them given their success here -- back in the winner's circle. Regardless, the numbers will be (very) red, and the champ will hop on a chartered flight late on Sunday evening to get to Carnoustie for the 147th Open.
Here's a look at the schedule of events so you can watch all the action.
All times Eastern; streaming start times approximated
Rounds 1-2 -- Thursday and Friday
Round starts: 8 a.m.
Live TV coverage: 4-7 p.m. on Golf Channel
Live stream online: 4-7 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and NBCSports.com
Radio: 1-7 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio
Rounds 3-4 -- Saturday and Sunday
Round starts: 9 a.m.
Featured groups: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. -- PGA Tour Live on Facebook
Early TV coverage: 1-2:45 p.m. on Golf Channel
Radio: 1-6 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio
Rose could be lining up his shot at another bullet point on his resume this weekend
Big Cat is cruising around East Lake like he's about to notch his first win of 2018
He had a shot at 58 on the final hole, too!
Big Cat will go with Rickie Fowler late in the day on Friday
Fowler and Woods both burned down East Lake on Thursday afternoon
It's been a remarkable 2018 for Woods, but he's still seeking his first win of the year