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Saturday tee times, how to watch, forecast for Royal Liverpool

American Brian Harman has sole possession of the lead at the British Open entering Saturday’s third round.

Harman got off to a good start Friday in the second round at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, England, by registering four birdies in the first five holes. He finished even better by sinking an eagle on hole No. 18 to bring him to 6-under-par on the day and 10-under-par for the tournament through 36-holes.

That matches a 36-hole record set by Tiger Woods in 2006 and Rory McIlroy in 2014 at the British Open, the fourth and final major tournament of the year. Both Woods and McIlroy went on to win that year. Can Harman?

FRIDAY OPEN RECAP: American Brian Harman opens up a five-stroke lead

Harman has UK favorite Tommy Fleetwood on his heels. The Englishman is in second place at 5-under-par for the tournament. He’s aiming to become the first English golfer to win a British Open since Nick Faldo in 1992 and the first Englishman to win a British Open on English soil since Tony Jacklin in 1969.

Here’s everything you need to know for Saturday’s third round:

British Open Round 3 tee times

All times Eastern, a-amateur

3:55 am – Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler4:05 am – Adam Scott, Scottie Scheffler4:15 am – Brooks Koepka, Patrick Cantlay4:25 am – Padraig Harrington, Scott Stallings4:35 am – Andrew Putnam, Christo Lamprecht (a)4:45 am – Victor Perez, Ryan Fox5:00 am – Richie Ramsay, David Lingmerth5:10 am – Danny Willett, Sami Valimaki5:20 am – Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele5:30 am – Cameron Smith, Matt Fitzpatrick5:40 am – Kurt Kitayama, JT Poston5:50 am – Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Reed6:00 am. – Rikuya Hoshino, Hurly Long6:15 am – Brandon Robinson Thompson, Tyrrell Hatton6:25 am – Jon Rahm, Sungjae Im6:35 am – Zach Johnson, Corey Conners6:45 am – Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Gary Woodland6:55 am – Romain Langasque, Brendon Todd7:05 am – Zack Fischer, Alex Fitzpatrick7:15 am – Jordan Smith, Joost Luiten7:30 am – Thomas Pieters, Adrian Meronk7:40 a.m – Byeong Hun An, Oliver Wilson7:50 a.m – Thomas Detry, Abraham Ancer8:00 a.m – Alex Noren, Marcel Siem8:10 am – Hideki Matsuyama, Viktor Hovland8:20 am – Tom Kim, Alexander Björk8:30 a.m – Laurie Canter, Richard Bland8:45 am – Antoine Rozner, Nicolai Hojgaard8:55 am – Wyndham Clark, Henrik Stenson9:05 am – Stewart Cink, Matthew Jordan9:15 am – Michael Stewart, Guido Migliozzi9:25 am – Max Homa, Rory McIlroy9:35 am – Thriston Lawrence, Matthew Southgate9:45 a.m – Cameron Young, Jordan Spieth10:00 a.m – Emiliano Grillo, Adrian Otaegui10:10 am – Jason Day, Shubhankar Sharma10:20 a.m – Min Woo Lee, Sepp Straka10:30 a.m – Tommy Fleetwood, Brian Harman

How to watch the British Open on TV on Saturday

Action will kick off Saturday at 5 am ET on USA Network until 7 am, when coverage moves over to NBC from 7 am to 3 pm ET.

How to watch the British Open via live stream on Saturday

Peacock will stream the third round of play from 7 am-3 pm ET.

What is the weather forecast for Saturday?

The temperature in Hoylake, England is forecast in the mid-60s, but rain and wind could affect play. There is a 100% chance of rain on Saturday with winds from 0 to 15 mph out of the south.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: British Open third round: Saturday tee times, TV, live stream, weather