US Open pairings revealed
World No 1 Rory McIlroy will play alongside defending champion Martin Kaymer in the first two rounds of the US Open at Chambers Bay.
The Ryder Cup duo have been grouped with US Amateur champion Gunn Yang, and will be among Thursday’s early starters, teeing off at 8:28am local time (4:28pm BST).
In other groupings, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott and Sergio Garcia will head out together at 4:17pm BST.
Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler and Louis Oosthuizen will tee off at 10:28pm BST.
World No 2 Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and England’s No 1 Justin Rose are another all-star trio, teeing off at 10:17pm BST.
Veterans Colin Montgomerie, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Jim Furyk should make for an interesting group. They will tee off at 4:28pm BST.
First round tee times. Players USA unless stated – all times BST:
Starting at Hole 1:
1500 M Puttnam, M Fraser (Aus), Qualifier
1511 G Mulroy (Rsa), R Lee, L Bjerregaard (Den)
1522 J Allred, (a) K Jones, C Gribble
1533 P Mickelson, B Watson, A Cabrera (Arg)
1544 W-C Liang (Chn), D Hearn (Can), H Fujita (Jpn)
1555 R Streb, (a) L McCoy, Qualifier
1606 G McNeill, M Kawamura (Jpn), C Tringale
1617 H Stenson (Swe), F Molinari (Ita), B Snedeker
1628 J Furyk, M A Jimenez (Esp), C Montgomerie (Sco)
1639 B Koepka, R Henley, Byeong-Hun An (Kor)
1650 J Dufner, M Warren (Sco), M Every
1701 B Hagy, (a) M NeSmith, S Cappelen (Den)
1712 (a) N Hardy, A Kim, R Berberian Jnr
2100 J Palmer (Eng), R Castro, A Romero (Arg)
2111 (a) D McCarthy, D A Points, S Kapur (Ind)
2122 (a) B DeChambeau, B Barber, B Hurley III
2133 G Ogilvy (Aus), E Els (Rsa), R Goosen (Rsa)
2144 B Van Pelt, C Beljan, T Finau
2155 L Janzen, (a) O Schniederjans, D Clarke (NIrl)
2206 D Summerhays, T Aiken (Rsa), D Lee (Nzl)
2217 J Spieth, J Day (Aus), J Rose (Eng)
2228 T Woods, R Fowler, L Oosthuizen (Rsa)
2239 J Walker, Z Johnson, I Poulter (Eng)
2250 R Moore, A Lahiri (Ind), E Compton
2301 (a) J Knapp, T Duncan, M Mabrey
2312 M Davan, (a) D Riley, A Pope
Starting at Hole 10:
1500 T Kelly, Seuk Hyun Baek (Kor), C Smith (Aus)
1511 J Parry (Eng), (a) J Maguire, Qualifier
1522 T O’Neal, S Jaeger, K Barnes (Aus)
1533 G Woodland, V Dubuisson (Fra), J Senden (Aus)
1544 Qualifier, M Hoffmann, B Wiesberger (Aut)
1555 M Siem (Ger), A Levy (Fra), B Harman
1606 H Matsuyama (Jpn), G McDowell (NIrl), M Kuchar
1617 D Johnson, A Scott (Aus), S Garcia (Esp)
1628 M Kaymer (Ger), (a) Gunn Yang (Kor), R McIlroy (NIrl)
1639 P Reed, C Kirk, J Donaldson (Wal)
1650 W Simpson, K Bradley, K Na
1701 (a) S Horsfield (Eng), S Sonoda (Jpn), O Farr (Wal)
1712 K Lucas, P Wilson, (a) C Hammer
2100 T Hoge, B Fritsch, T van der Walt (Rsa)
2111 B Elder, (a) B Hossler, J Lovemark
2122 R Ishikawa (Jpn), L Donald (Eng), J B Holmes
2133 L Glover, (a) B Neil (Sco), M Leishman (Aus)
2144 R Palmer, J Luiten (Ned), D Willett (Eng)
2155 Qualifier, G Coetzee (Rsa), A Noren (Swe)
2206 B Todd, B Grace (Rsa), T Jaidee (Tha)
2217 B Horschel, P Casey (Eng), L Westwood (Eng)
2228 B Haas, C Schwartzel (Rsa), H Mahan
2239 S Lowry (Irl), B Martin, S Gallacher (Sco)
2250 C Hoffman, C Villegas (Col), T Fleetwood (Eng)
2301 M Silvers, (a) B Campbell, Cheng-Tsung Pan (Tpe)
2312 Qualifier, J Becher, S Saunders
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