USA's Xander Schauffele holds a narrow lead entering the final round of golf in Tokyo

USA’s Xander Schauffele holds a narrow lead entering the final round of golf in Tokyo originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

USA's Xander Schauffele holds a narrow lead entering the final round of golf in Tokyo

After three rounds of golf at the Tokyo Olympics, a number of household names are still trying to win medals.

Team USA’s Xander Schaffele holds a one-stroke advantage over Japan’s Masters champion Hideki Mizuyama. England’s Paul Casey and Mexico’s Carlos Ortiz sit two strokes back entering the final round.

Further back, Rory McIlroy of Ireland is three strokes back and Tommy Fleetwood from England is four behind.

Open Championship winner Collin Morikawa of Team USA is seven strokes back, currently in a tie for 17th. He will play the final round Saturday at 9 :14 p.m. ET.

Round 4’s first pairing will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET will tee off on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET, while Schauffele and Matsuyama are scheduled to tee off at 10:09 p.m. ET on Saturday. ET Tee time.

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