BMW Champs R1 Tee Times
Tee-off times in the first round of the BMW Championship – the third leg of the FedExCup play-off series.
Tee-off times in the first round of the USPGA Tour BMW Championship, Cog Hill G & CC, Lemont, Illinois, United States of America
(USA unless stated, all times Local, UK is 6 hours ahead):
Starting at hole 1
1020 Robert Karlsson (Swe), Chris Kirk, Lucas Glover
1031 Y.E. Yang (Kor), Jason Dufner, Kyle Stanley
1042 Keegan Bradley, David Toms, Charles Howell III
1053 Vijay Singh (Fij), Jonathan Byrd, K J Choi (Kor)
1104 Carl Pettersson (Swe), Sergio Garcia (Spa), Tommy Gainey
1115 Johnson Wagner, Ernie Els (Rsa)
1126 Spencer Levin, Jerry Kelly, Brendan Steele
1137 Martin Laird (Sco), Charley Hoffman, Brian Davis (Eng)
1148 Phil Mickelson, Gary Woodland, Bubba Watson
1159 Brandt Snedeker, Luke Donald (Eng), Jason Day (Aus)
1210 John Senden (Aus), Sean O’Hair, Blake Adams
1221 Marc Leishman (Aus), Brendon De Jonge, Cameron Tringale
Starting at hole 10
1020 Steve Marino, Rickie Fowler, Ryan Moore
1031 Justin Rose (Eng), Jim Furyk, Zach Johnson
1042 Nick Watney, Steve Stricker, Chez Reavie
1053 Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson, Matt Kuchar
1104 Chad Campbell, Andres Romero (Arg), Scott Piercy
1115 Robert Allenby (Aus), George McNeill, Brandt Jobe
1126 Camilo Villegas (Col), Scott Stallings, Ryan Palmer
1137 Aaron Baddeley (Aus), Rory Sabbatini (Rsa), Charl Schwartzel (Rsa)
1148 Fredrik Jacobson (Swe), Bo Van Pelt, Bill Haas
1159 Adam Scott (Aus), Mark Wilson, Hunter Mahan
1210 D.A. Points, Jimmy Walker, Jhonattan Vegas (Ven)
1221 Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), Chris Stroud
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