CBS 3 PM
Buick Open, Final Round
You'd think this was the Ferrari Open by the looks of the elite field. Three of the world's top four players—Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Retief Goosen—will be teeing up at Warwick Hills for the $594,000 winner's share.
ESPN 8 PM
Mets at Cardinals
St. Louis players erupted in applause when they heard about the trade that brought them third baseman Scott Rolen. Expect the Busch Stadium crowd to be equally excited in the last game of Rolen's first homestand with the first-place club.
ESPN 8 PM
Dolphins at Buccaneers
Battling Bucs teammates Warren Sapp and Keyshawn Johnson have been called the Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis of the NFL. When you're as big and nasty as these guys, that's no joke; let's hope Tampa Bay plays football, not family feud.
ESPN2 8 PM
Girls Little League Softball World Series
While the boys head for Williamsport, the world's best II-and 12-year-old female softball players take to the diamond at Portland's Alpenrose Dairy.
TNT 2 PM
PGA Championship, First Round
For Phil Mickelson, the Sisyphus of the PGA Tour, the Championship has been particularly torturous. Last year David Toms sank a 10-footer on the final hole to beat Mickelson by a stroke.
NBC 4 PM
AVP Manhattan Beach Open
Imagine: 48 teams of bronzed gods and goddesses spankin' it and poppin' it at pro beach volleyball's marquee event. The duo of Holly McPeak and Elaine Youngs will be aiming for a fifth consecutive 2002 AVP tour victory.