2017 Quicken Loans National: Saturday Tee Times, Pairings, TV Channel

2017 Quicken Loans National: Saturday Tee Times, Pairings, TV Channel

After two rounds at the Quicken Loans National, David Lingmerth continues to sweep through the competition. In back-to-back rounds, the Sweede shot a 65 to maintain the tournament lead at the TPC Potomac through the first two days.

At 10-under par, Lingmerth's stroke lead is only two with Geoff Ogilvy at 8-under who also shot a 65 on Day 2. 

Round 3 of the 2017 Quicken Loans National will start Saturday morning just before 8:00 a.m. ET. The first pairing to be sent out will be Lucas Glover (+4) and Patrick Rodgers (+4).

Lingmerth tees off at 1:35 p.m. with Ogilvy.  

Tournament favorite, Rickie Fowler will tee off at 10:01 after staying at 2-over at TPC Potomac. The cut was made at 4-over Currently he sits tied at 37th in the tournament rankings. 

Coverage of Round 3 can be seen starting at 1:00 p.m. ET on Golf Channel, going to 2:30 p.m. CBS picks up TV coverage at 3:00 and will hold the tournament down until the end of the round or  until 6:00 p.m.

2017 Quicken Loans National Saturday Tee Times/ Pairings

7:55 A.M.: Lucas Glover, Patrick Rodgers

8:04 A.M.: Vaughn Taylor, Billy Hurley III
8:13 A.M.: Tony Finau, Russell Henley
8:22 A.M.: Brandon Hagy, Ollie Schniederjans
8:31 A.M.: Kevin Na, Byeong Hun An
8:40 A.M.: Xander Schauffelle, Hudson Swafford
8:49 A.M.: Ryan Blaum, Shawn Stefani
8:58 A.M.: D.A. Points, J.J. Henry

9:07 A.M.: Martin Flores, Time Wilkinson
9:16 A.M.: Derek Fathauer, Jason Gore
9:25 A.M.: Ben Crane, Jonathan Randolph
9:34 A.M.: Billy Horschel, Wesley Bryan
9:43 A.M.: Scott Stallings, J.B. Holmes
9:52 A.M.: Grayson Murray, David Hearn

10:01 A.M.: Nick Watney, Rickie Fowler
10:10 A.M.: Kelly Kraft, Brett Stegmaier
10:19 A.M.: Wyndham Clark, Kevin Tway
10:28 A.M.: Matt Jones, Mackenzie Hughes
10:37 A.M.: Robert Garrigus, Harold Varner III
10:46 A.M.: Brian Gay, Zac Blair
10:55 A.M.: Seamus Power, Trey Mullinax

11:05 A.M.: Ben Martin, Robert Streb
11:15 A.M.: Cameron Percy, Sam Saunders
11:25 A.M.: Kevin Streelman, Spencer Levin
11:35 A.M.: James Hahn, Kyle Stanley
11:45 A.M.: Jason Kokrak, Charles Howell III
11:55 A.M.: Martin Laird, Curtis Luck

12:05 P.M.: Bill Haas, Peter Malnati
12:15 P.M.: Keegan Bradley, Patrick Reed
12:25 P.M.: Marc Leishman, Andrew Loupe
12:35 P.M.: Kyle Reifers, Bryson DeChambeau
12:45 P.M.: Tyrone Van Aswegen, Danny Lee
12:55 P.M.: Johnson Wagner, Michael Kim

1:05 P.M.: Ricky Barnes, Harris English
1:15 P.M.: Sung Kang, Nick Taylor
1:25 P.M.: Daniel Summerhays, Ajurn Atwal
1:35 P.M.: David Lingmerth, Geoff Ogilvy

Quicken Loans 2017: J.R. Smith helps reunite Army family of Warriors fans who'd been apart four years

Quicken Loans 2017: J.R. Smith helps reunite Army family of Warriors fans who'd been apart four years

POTOMAC, Md. -- Bryan Greene had not seen his family in four years. The Sergeant First Class was stationed overseas serving the U.S. Army, leaving behind his wife, 15-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son.

But on Wednesday at the Quicken Loans National Pro-Am at TPC Potomac, the family was reunited.

Greene, unbeknownst to his family, spent the day as the caddie for PGA star Rickie Fowler, who was competing in the Pro-Am along side Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter and Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson.

When the foursome finished up their round on No. 18, SFC Greene revealed himself to his now eight-year-old son and now 19-year-old daughter.

Smith, a 3-point marksmen and avid golfer, stood by and watched the surprise reunion. "It really puts it all in perspective," he told CSN Mid-Atlantic. "To see the joy and emotion on his kids face, it's beautiful. They haven't seen their dad in over three years. I can't imagine what that's like. It's a really special moment."

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After the embrace between mother, daughter, son and father ended, Smith walked over to show is respect to SFC Greene and introduce himself to his family. Greene's son, also named Bryan, craned his neck to make eye contact with the 6-6 guard.

"You like basketball?" Smith said.

"Yes," Greene replied. "Who is your favorite team?" Smith said.

"The Golden State Warriors," the youngest Greene, who lives in southern California replied.

When you tell JR Smith your favorite team is Golden State.

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The gallery burst into laughter. Smith comincally threw his hands up in the air and strode away, only to turn back around and continue the conversation. Greene's favorite team had defeated Smith's Cavaliers less than three weeks ago to win the 2017 NBA Finals. But even Smith, a professional competitor, knows that there is more to life than just a game.

"It's all about getting better. Improving every day, both in sports and in life," he told the starstruck youngster.

The Quicken Loans National is a golf tournament, but it's also a platform for showing respect and support for the brave men and women who serve the Untied States. And on Wednesday, the lives of a family from across the country got a lot better.

Billy Hurley III's phone blows up after emotional win at Congressional

Billy Hurley III's phone blows up after emotional win at Congressional

After 10 years as a professional golfer, Billy Hurley finally broke through for his first ever win on the PGA Tour on Sunday afternoon at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda. The win was particularly emotional for Hurley, who lost his father last year, and played collegiantly at the Naval Academy.

Hurley got his first win, in what was basically a home game - Hurley lives in Annapolis. And when all was said and done - Hurley received congratulations and a trophy from Tiger Woods and enjoyed the night with his family, eventually, Hurley got to his cell phone. And a lot of people had reached out. A lot.

Hurley's neighbors then welcomed home the Quicken Loans National champ back to Annapolis.

And then Monday morning, in a way, Hurley was able to return to his normal life. Sorta.