Best pairings, tee times for final round of PGA Championship

Rory McIlroy will start Saturday six back of the PGA Championship lead. (USATSI)
Rory McIlroy will start Saturday six back of the PGA Championship lead. (USATSI)

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The final round of the major season is finally upon us. There have been 15 pretty outstanding rounds of golf played at the four 2013 majors but we still have one more to decide the year's final champion.

Will Jim Furyk win majors 10 years apart? Will Rory McIlroy complete what would be an insane weekend comeback? Will Jason Dufner get his first?

I've learned in my short time at this gig that to predict anything is a fool's errand at best. I'm just going to sit back and enjoy the show.

Here are your best pairings along with tee times for Sunday at Oak Hill (all time Eastern):

Stephen Gallacher and Phil Mickelson (8:35 a.m.) -- I wish Mickelson was in last place because last place Gary Woodland is playing alone on Sunday. That would be quite a show.

Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods (10:45 a.m.) -- Tiger doesn't usually like morning tee times on the weekends and he won't like this youngster reminding of how many people are trying to keep him from reaching No. 18.

Sergio Garcia and Brandt Snedeker (11:45 a.m.) -- Nobody's wanting for talent in this group, that's for sure. Not a single major among them though and that drought won't end this year.

Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood (2:25 p.m.) -- All the talent in the world in this group. It'll be tough to overcome six shots but if any two guys could do it, these are two I'd pick. Plus, two golfers have overcome six plus shots in the final round to win majors since 2007.

Adam Scott and Steve Stricker (2:35 p.m.) -- Did Scott weather the storm on Saturday or was his 72 just the beginning of another weekend demise?

Jonas Blixt and Henrik Stenson (2:45 p.m.) -- All of Sweden will watch, that's for sure. I think Stenson has it in him.

Jason Dufner and Jim Furyk (2:55 p.m.) -- It really feels like the winner is going to come from this group, doesn't it? I know that's not really going out on a limb but only five leaders or co-leaders have won majors since 2009.

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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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