When and Where to Watch: The final round of the PGA Tour Championship begins at 11:30 a.m. EDT Sunday at East Lake in Atlanta.

You can watch a live stream online for free at pgatour.com. TV coverage begins at noon on the Golf Channel and on NBC at 2 p.m.

Preview: American Brandt Snedeker is currently tied with England’s Justin Rose at the top of the leaderboard heading into Sunday’s final round.

Snedeker has a chance to claim both the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup title if he continues his solid play from Saturday. He shot a 6-under-par 64 and is knotted with Rose at 8-under par for the tournament. The two will tee-off at 1:50pm.

Jim Furyk lost his one stroke lead on Saturday in part to a triple-bogey on the 17th hole, but is still within striking distance at three shots back from Snedeker.

Tiger Woods shook off his poor play in the second round, and is currently tied for seventh place after a 67 on Saturday. Woods will tee-off at 1:20pm, paired with Robert Garrigus.

Both Woods and Snedeker would win the FedEx Cup's $10 million prize should they come in second, but Woods doesn't have the money on his mind.

"I'm playing for the 'W,' and tomorrow I get a great shot at it," Woods said to ESPN. "All the money and awards and all of that stuff, that comes along with winning championships. That's the way I've always looked at it, and right now, I'm four back."