With Tiger Woods leading the field by seven strokes heading into the final round, the 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational has a bit of an early 2000s feel to it. Woods has dominated the event before and is once again lapping the field. He'll begin the day at 15-under, and viewers will have a few options to follow the final round action, including online live streams.
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Final round television coverage will begin on Golf Channel at noon (ET). Viewers will be able to watch the...
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