Tee times and pairings for final round of The Barclays

Matt Kuchar is gunning for his third win of the season on Sunday. (USATSI)
Matt Kuchar is gunning for his third win of the season on Sunday. (USATSI)

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Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland share the third-round lead at The Barclays at 12 under. They'll be the featured final group but Kevin Chappell is three back and Tiger Woods is four back so we should be in for some fun fireworks on Sunday in Jersey City.

Here's a look at the best pairings along with tee times for Sunday (all times Eastern):

Lee Westwood and Jason Dufner (10:17 a.m.) -- Good early group to follow if you're at the tournament. I bet they chat about some interestin things.

Keegan Bradlay and Jason Day (11:11 a.m.) -- A lot of intensity in this group though neither has a shot to win this tournament.

Adam Scott and Webb Simpson (12:30 p.m.) -- If we're making a "can be the hottest golfer in the world for 18 holes" list these two are at the very top of mine.

Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy (12:40 p.m.) -- No real shot at winning which is crazy because we're one tournament closer to these two going winless for the entirety of the 2013 PGA Tour season.

Jordan Spieth and Bubba Watson (1:20 p.m.) -- Feels like this is a pairings heading in opposite directions career-wise. Spiteh could climb into the top seven if he stays this high on Sunday.

Kevin Chappell and Tiger Woods (1:40 p.m.) -- Anything's possible, of course, but I don't see Woods overcoming a four-shot deficit with three guys in front of him on Sunday. That's just not who he is.

Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland (1:50 p.m.) -- Kuchar takes 2013 title No. 3 on Sunday.

Kuchar is the favorite at 5-4 followed closely by Woodland at 3-1. Tiger is a 15-2 favorite for those interested in throwing away money (just kidding!) 

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