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The final round at the 2023 RBC Canadian Open: Round 4 tee times and pairings

The golfer C.T. Pan, hailing from Taiwan, is steadily approaching victory at the esteemed RBC Open tournament and stands to win a $9 million purse.

Carl Yuan of China

C.T. Pan, the skillful golfer from Taiwan, is inching closer to claiming the prestigious title and the winner’s share of the lucrative $9 million purse at the 2023 RBC Canadian Open. After a captivating performance in the third round on Saturday, June 10, Pan is commanding with a two-stroke lead, boasting an impressive score of -14.

The manner in which Pan has climbed to the top of the leaderboard is imposing. With exceptional poise, he executed a great round of 66 on Saturday, enabling him to gain a significant lead over his rivals. Meanwhile, the reigning champion, Rory McIlroy, demonstrated his expertise on the course, which boosted him ten spots up the rankings, resulting in a tie for second place.


The Friday round leader, Harry Higgs, while unable to maintain his grip on the top spot, finished with a decent score of under 12. The seasoned Tommy Fleetwood, Mark Hubbard, and Justin Rose were joining him in second place, all vying for a shot at the championship.

As for Tyrrell Hatton, he landed in a three-way tie for 13th place with Doug Ghim and Nate Lashley. They all showcased their impressive skills and determination to stay in the running. Aaron Rai also had an impressive showing, finishing in a two-way tie for eighth place with Nick Taylor.

The spotlight now shines brightly on C.T. Pan, the frontrunner and current leader of the RBC Canadian Open. With his sights set on victory, Pan will join forces with Tommy Fleetwood, another formidable contender, as they prepare to tee off at 2:15 p.m. ET.

2023 RBC Canadian Open: Round 4 tee times

Time (ET)Group of players
7:50 a.m.Andrew Landry
7:55 a.m.Richy Werenski, Henrik Norlander
8:05 a.m.Scott Piercy, Vince Whaley
8:15 a.m.Bill Haas, Trevor Cone
8:25 a.m.Brent Grant, Cameron Young
8:35 a.m.Martin Trainer, Adam Long
8:45 a.m.Stuart Macdonald, Scott Brown
8:55 a.m.Michael Kim, Mike Weir
9:10 a.m.Chez Reavie, Akshay Bhatia
9:20 a.m.Wil Bateman, Jason Dufner
9:30 a.m.James Hahn, Patton Kizzire
9:40 a.m.Harry Hall, Ryan Gerard
9:50 a.m.Callum Tarren, Peter Kuest
10 a.m.Alex Smalley, Cameron Percy
10:10 a.m.Ryan Moore, Sahith Theegala
10:20 a.m.S.Y. Noh, Brice Garnett
10:35 a.m.Brian Gay, Austin Smotherman
10:45 a.m.Justin Lower, Dylan Wu
10:55 a.m.Roger Sloan, Peter Malnati
11:05 a.m.Sung Kang, Garrick Higgo
11:15 a.m.Matt Kuchar, Ludvig Aberg
11:25 a.m.MJ Daffue, Sam Bennett
11:35 a.m.Carson Young, Lee Hodges
11:45 a.m.Shane Lowry, Taylor Pendrith
noonLucas Glover, Cody Gribble
12:10 p.m.Eric Cole, Will Gordon
12:20 p.m.Brendon Todd, Greyson Sigg
12:30 p.m.Ted Potter Jr., S.H. Kim
12:40 p.m.Carl Yuan, Matt Fitzpatrick
12:50 p.m.Adam Hadwin, Chesson Hadley
1 p.m.Tyrrell Hatton, Harrison Endycott
1:10 p.m.Doug Ghim, Nate Lashley
1:20 p.m.Brandon Wu, Jonathan Byrd
1:35 p.m.Aaron Rai, Corey Conners
1:45 p.m.Andrew Novak, Nick Taylor
1:55 p.m.Justin Rose, Harry Higgs
2:05 p.m.Rory McIlroy, Mark Hubbard
2:15 p.m.C.T. Pan, Tommy Fleetwood