According to Helen Ross, Wells Fargo Championship leaders are going off at 8:46 am to try and beat a cold, wet forecast Sunday and Monday at Quail Hollow.
Tournament officials have moved tee times up dramatically to try to beat the deluge or at least open up the window of opportunity. Players will be sent off Nos. 1 and 10, and Mickelson, Watney and McNeill will bring up the rear at 8:46 a.m. ET.
The fear is that the tender greens, which took the brunt of a unseasonably long and unusually cold winter, could become unplayable if the rain is as heavy as expected. That left players in contention scrambling to improve their position on the leaderboard down the stretch on Saturday.