PGA Tour Championship 2020 Leaderboard: How to Watch, Live Stream Final Round

Dustin Johnson has one hand on the Tour Championship and FedEx Cup trophies after opening up a five-shot lead after three rounds at East Lake Golf Club, Georgia.

The staggered scoring system in place at the Tour Championship meant Johnson started the PGA Tour season finale at 10-under by virtue of being the FedEx Cup leader and the world No. 1 hasn't looked back.

On Sunday, Johnson hit a 6-under 64, which saw him putt for birdie on all but three holes and left him at 19-under for the tournament, five shots ahead of Xander Schauffele and Justin Thomas and six clear of world No.2 Jon Rahm, to whom Johnson lost in a dramatic playoff at the BMW Championship eight days ago.

The Tour Championship is the fourth straight event in which Johnson has held at least a share of the lead after three rounds, but Thomas wasn't ready to concede defeat.

"DJ is clearly playing well. It wasn't easy today," the former world No. 1 told the Associated Press.

"It's still East Lake. But anything can happen around this course. You can shoot 63 or 64 and you can shoot 73 or 74 very easily. I just need to hope that tomorrow is my 63 or 64."

Schauffele, who won the Tour Championship three years ago, sounded less optimistic and admitted the FedEx Cup and the $15 million prize that comes with it were Johnson's to lose.

"He [Johnson] has showcased what he can do," Schauffele said. "If he does what he normally does, it's going to be almost impossible to catch him. I can try and influence him, which he probably won't really care about.

"If I birdie the first three holes, it's not going to faze him. It's DJ. We've seen him do it for 20-plus years now, and I just have to try and be better."

Rahm and Collin Morikawa, meanwhile, are six and seven shots behind. The Spaniard enjoyed a bogey-free round but needed two birdies at the end to remain in the top-five on Sunday, while Morikawa made amends for a difficult start with five birdies on the back nine.

Defending champion Rory McIlroy is four shots further behind after carding an even-par 70 in the third round. Earlier this week, the Northern Irishman admitted being "emotionally drained" after becoming a dad for the first time last Monday, as his wife, Erica, gave birth to a baby girl.

Here's everything you need to know to keep up with the final round.

Tour Championship leaderboard

  • Dustin Johnson - 19
  • Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas -14
  • Jon Rahm -13
  • Collin Morikawa - 12
  • Daniel Berger, Sungjae Im -10

TV coverage

The final round will be broadcast by Golf Channel and NBC. Coverage will begin on Golf Channel at 12 p.m. ET, with NBC taking over at 1:30 p.m. and coverage running until 6 p.m.

Live stream

The final round can be watched online via PGA Tour Live and on Golf Channel's digital platforms, as well as via NBC's digital platforms.

A live stream will also be available via fuboTV, DirecTV Now and Sling TV.

Tour Championship odds

Unsurprisingly, Dustin Johnson goes into the final round as the overwhelming favorite. The 36-year-old is 1/5 with DraftKings and 4/25 with BetMGM to win the season finale, with Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele a 9/1 and 10/1 outsiders respectively, while Jon Rahm is a 14/1 shot.

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Dustin Johnson of the United States plays his shot from the ninth tee during the third round of the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club on September 6 in Atlanta, Georgia. Sam Greenwood/Getty