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The Open British Open 2021 live updates Louis Oosthuizen Jordan Spieth

2021 British Open tee times, pairings: Complete field, schedule for … Thu, 15 Jul 2021 02:00:00 -0700-British Open 2021 live updates: We catch you up on all the action from Thursday at Royal St. George's.

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British Open 2021 live updates: Jordan Spieth, Louis Oosthuizen rolling early on Day 1

The Open Championship, the favorite major of so many, is back. What a sweet sentence that is to type. Precisely 725 days since Shane Lowry closed out a decisive victory at Royal Portrush, the opening tee shots were hit at Royal St. George’s on Thursday. COVID-19 robbed us of our sport’s oldest major championship last year, but the best players in the world are competing for the claret jug once again.

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If you’re reading this and you set your alarm clock at an ungodly hour to check in on The Open, you are one of us. If you slept in a bit and are catching up on the latest, you are in the right place.

(Scroll down for the latest updates)

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There are some terrific groups off early at Royal St. George's, so if you did catch the early action, you were in for a treat. Here are some of our favorites: At 3:03 a.m. (eastern), Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak and Garrick Higgo were off. At 4:25 a.m., Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau and Branden Grace. And at 4:58 a.m., Jon Rahm, Shane Lowry and Louis Oosthuizen.

Golf in its purest form is here. We'd say to enjoy it, but wouldn't that be stating the obvious?

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(All times ET)

10:15 a.m.: We called Will Zalatoris' round a “wild ride” earlier in the morning. Well, that ride just came to a crash ending in the first round with a bogey-bogey finish. It leaves Zalatoris still in the red and inside the top 30 at the moment, but the final half hour had him walking off the 18th green rubbing his head in something that looked like frustration bubbling towards outright anger. The tough finish included a putt at the 17th hole that, well, you may want to watch with caution below peering through your fingers. 

9:47 a.m.: Stewart Cink posts an opening 66 thanks to a beautiful lag putt from well off the 18th green to set up a closing par. Can you believe it's been a dozen years since Cink beat a 59-year-old Tom Watson in a playoff at Turnberry? Time flies! Now 48, Cink is enjoying a resurgence with a pair of PGA Tour wins this season—his first since claiming the claret jug. In other words, this is not a fluke. 

9:43 a.m.: Great par save by Louis Oosthuizen on 18 after finding a pot bunker with his drive. The South African curled in an eight-footer to post a bogey-free 64 to take the Day 1 lead at six under. It's his lowest round ever at a major championship—and he's played some great major championships. Playing alongside him, Jon Rahm birdies 18, but it was a disappointing opener for the big Open favorite. Rahm stars with a one-over-par 71. 

9:27 a.m.: How about that 9:36 pairing? Brian Harman birdies the last to shoot 65—and he barely edged his two playing partners. With pars on 18, Mackenzie Hughes and Dylan Frittelli both open with 66. That's a cumulative 13 under par for the threesome. Decent! Even more impressive is they've combined for a total of zero top-25 finishes in the Open. 

9:10 a.m.: Louis Oosthuizen is absolutely cooking right now with the irons. Every approach shot seems to be within 10 feet–and he's converting his fair share. After making a six-footer on the par-3 16th, Oosthuizen moves to six under and in solo possession of first. Up ahead, Jordan Spieth two-putts for par on No. 18 to shoot an opening 65—matching the opening 65 he shot at Royal Birkdale four years ago when he went on to win the claret jug. Now that is what they call an AUSPICIOUS start! Anyway, Spieth is the leader in the clubhouse. At least, until Louis finishes.

8:59 a.m.: Louis Oosthuizen misses a great look on No. 15 that would have given him the outright lead at six under. Still, it's another fine start for the South African, who has already finished runner-up at the past two majors.

8:40 a.m.: What were we saying about Jordan Spieth feeling it? He rams in another birdie, this time from 20 feet, on No. 16. Wow! Spieth is now tied for the lead at five under with . . . Louis Oosthuizen. Of course. What a fantastic start for two past Open champs. Even better? The weather looks like it's going to be much more difficult for those teeing off later.

8:25 a.m.: After missing a good look for birdie at No. 14, Jordan Spieth responds by hitting an approach inside 10 feet on No. 15 and converting to get to four under. And how about this?

Yep. He's feeling it. Look out, everyone.

8:21 a.m.: A wild ride for Will Zalatoris just got even wilder as the Wake Forest product knocked down a wedge on the par-4 12th—and knocked it in for an eagle. Zalatoris only has two pars in his last 10 holes, but the eagle now has him to three under for his round as he makes his Open Championship debut. Not that we should be too surprised considering how his other major championship debuts have gone so far this year. The 24-year-old finished runner-up at the Masters and T-8 at the PGA Championship. Stud.

8:09 a.m.: Welcome to the tournament, Bryson DeChambeau! After a rough start, the 2020 U.S. Open champ has birdied three consecutive holes to move into red numbers for the first time. Playing partner Jordan Spieth looked like he'd add a birdie at the par-5 14th as well, but missed a short look. He remains at three under, two shots behind Mackenzie Hughes.

7:51 a.m.: Brooks Koepka bogeys the home hole for an opening 1-under 69, a solid if not somewhat frustrating opening round. Koepka's ball-striking seemed to be really stealth from what we saw (though Golf Channel didn't show as much of his shots as we would've liked). What we saw were a few missed par putts in the 5-10 foot range. The four-time major champion will want to clean those up before the next three rounds.

Yet another good round from Koepka in the majors … this perspective from stats guru Justin Ray puts it proper context.

7:42 a.m.: World No. 1 Dustin Johnson bogeyed his last two holes to make the turn in even-par 35. Those are a couple sloppy missed short putts from DJ.

He's getting beaten by five by Mackenzie Hughes right now, who just birdied the par-5 12th hole—his fifth birdie of the day—to grab the outright lead.

7:33 a.m.: A bogey at the home hole won't completely soil Viktor Hovland's stellar opening round, as the Norwegian opens his Open career with a 2-under 68. It should be no surprise this ball-striking maven excelled in his first round here … if the conditions get blustery over the weekend, we'll see if the lack of Open experience hurts him. So far, not too much at all.

7:20 a.m.: Mackenzie Hughes' name is now becoming a familiar sight at the top of the leader board at majors. The 54-hole co-leader at Torrey Pines now has a share of the lead (very) early at Royal St. George's. We have Brian Harman and Hughes atop the board … this very well may be the plodders' type of Open.

7:05 a.m.: Links golf can make the world's best players look silly. Even the hottest golfer on the planet. Jon Rahm found a pot bunker in the fairway at the ninth hole, and he probably took too much club to try to chase it close to the green. His attempt hit the face of the bunker and came back into the sand. That's a relatable moment from one of the least-relatable golfers in the world.

6:56 a.m.: The biggest of big game hunters, Brian Harman, makes his first bogey at the ninth to drop back to 4-under. He is actually quite possible the smallest of all the big game hunters, but we digress. Viktor Hovland had a chance to join Harman atop the lead but just misses a nine-footer for birdie at the par-3 16th. The young Norwegian is looking great, though, in his Open debut.

6:44 a.m.: Dustin Johnson is off to a fantastic start thanks to this long birdie make at the fifth. If it's possible for the World No. 1-ranked player to be under the radar before the week, that was definitely the case with his poor play (for him, one top 10 in his past 10 starts counts). He's off to the perfect start early at The Open.

6:36 a.m.: Proper shot there from our leader here at the John Deere Open Championship. Brian Harman uses the side board left of the green perfectly, as his approach nestles close to the hole for his fifth birdie. The diminutive lefty is now 5-under through eight … all the more amazing when you can consider his Open history.

Per Justin Ray, Harman has missed his past four cuts at the Open, carding a combined 16-over in those eight rounds. He's now 5-under through eight holes—after missing the cut at the John Deere last week. This is a crazy game folks.

6:24 a.m.: Make that four birdies in a row for Jordan Spieth. The 2017 champ is now one back … those new irons in the bag are working well thus far!

6:16 a.m.: That is three straight birdies for Jordan Spieth—who needs coffee when you have Spieth in the mix already on a Thursday? The three-time major champ is now two off Brian Harman's lead with that birdie barrage on holes five through seven … and he just stuck one tight on No. 8. WOW!

6:14 p.m.: Englishman Andy Sullivan sets the pace with a first-round 3-under 67. Justin Harding from South Africa is on that number playing his 18th hole, too. Some birdies are being made with the wind not gusting too much right now.

6:10 a.m.: It’s still going well, Koepka remaining at -1. But he’s missed a number of 15-footers through 12 holes. Might need a few of those to drop.

On the 18th, Richard Bland, the underdog who stole the show through 36 holes at the U.S. Open, finishes with an even-par day in front of the hometown crowd.

6:03 a.m.: Bryson makes a nice chip from 50 yards at the par-5 seventh to give himself a chance at birdie to get to even. Spieth followed Bryson’s lead, although his three-footer is a bit more precarious. And Dustin Johnson gets into red with a birdie at the third. Things are happening!

5:56 a.m.: We weren’t kidding about the 59 watch for Harman. Now at four under through five with a 15-footer to get to six. Meanwhile Koepka just plods along at one under through 11, doing exactly what he needs to be doing in Round 1.

5:53 a.m.: Starting to think the R&A postponed the Open strictly to give Spieth more time to get right.

5:45 a.m.: Spieth rolls in a 15-footer at the par-3 sixth for back-to-back birdies to move to red figures. Also in red: Joel Dahmen, who makes the turn in two under. It should be noted that earlier this week the Stanley Cup was dropped and dented, but I can’t imagine the fate of the claret jug if Joel and his caddie Geno Bonnalie get a hold of it.

5:37 a.m.: Spieth is on the board, getting to even with a 30-footer sidewinding birdie at the fifth. Ahead, Paul Casey’s birdie attempt at the 10th stays out, but things stay steady for the vet at two under for the round.

5:30 a.m.: Justin Rose begins his day with a 20-foot birdie. Rose has had a rough 2021 but a good week/finish could solidify a Ryder Cup captain’s spot for the Englishman.

5:21 a.m.: Koepka makes birdie at the ninth to move to -1, because of course he did.

5:17 a.m.: Spieth hits his approach at the fourth through the green, leaving a testy up-and-down ahead. Also, Harman is on 59 watch after starting with three straight birdies.

5:13 a.m.: Harman, two under through two. Our premonition may be coming true.

5:10 a.m.: Spieth tugs a five-footer at the third for par, dropping to one over. Brooks does the same with a birdie putt at the eighth to remain at even. At the first Rahm has a sensible lag for his par. Bryson again can’t find the fairway, this time going left and into the rough at the fourth.

5:01 a.m.: Jon Rahm begins his day with a bomb at the first, with playing partner and defending Open champ Shane Lowry finding the gorse right.

4:52 a.m.: Koepka’s birdie attempt falls just to the right to stay at even. M.W. Lee, who captured the Scottish Open last week, is off to a strong start at -1, with Brian Harman rolling in a 20 footer at the first for a birdie. True story: I hit my alarm this morning, and in my Hypnopompic state I muttered, “Harman doesn’t tee off for another 40 minutes” and hit the snooze button. Maybe an omen?

4:44 a.m.: DeChambeau makes a mess of the first for a bogey then puts his drive in the 2nd in the heather. An inauspicious start for the 2020 U.S. Open champ.

Ahead at the seventh, Brooks Koepka—who tends to play well in these sort of championships—puts a wedge into the wind within 15 feet at the par-5 seventh, giving himself a look to get into red figures for the day.

4:30 a.m.: Jordan Spieth and Bryson DeChambeau are off. Both find the fairway at the first, Bryson doing so with an iron off the tee. While both will garner attention today (and hopefully the next four days) it will be particularly interesting to see how DeChambeau handles the vagaries of links golf, a beast that has thrown him for a loop in the past.

4:25 a.m.: Your early leaders are Paul Casey and Andy Sullivan at two under. Begging the question: IS IT COMIN' HOME?!? (Too soon, England? … Too soon.)

4:20 a.m.: Good morning from Royal St. George's! Actually, we're coming to you live from America, but we'll be keeping you up-to-date with all the proceedings from Sandwich over the next four days.

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British Open 2021 live updates: Louis Oosthuizen, Jordan Spieth … Thu, 15 Jul 2021 02:00:00 -0700-The tee times — or games, as they are called on the other side of the pond — are set for the 149th Open Championship, and there are some great ones Thursday …

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2021 British Open tee times, pairings: Complete field, schedule for Round 1 at Royal St. George’s

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Jul 15, 2021 at 9:18 am ET3 min read
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The tee times — or games, as they are called on the other side of the pond — are set for the 149th Open Championship, and there are some great ones Thursday as the final major of the year gets rolling at Royal St. George's. The R&A — like Augusta National for the Masters — does a fine job of making the featured groups good but not too good, giving spectators reason to tune in throughout the entire rounds over the first 36 holes.

Combining strong groups throughout the day with all golfers beginning their rounds on the first tee engenders interest from the start until the last putt drops in the early evening stateside. It all makes for a phenomenal viewing experience that will be aided by some top-tier groups spread across the morning. All times Eastern

  • Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak, Garrick Higgo (3:03 a.m.)
  • Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Branden Grace (4:25 a.m.)
  • Shane Lowry, Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen (4:58 a.m.)
  • Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose (5:20 a.m.)
  • Xander Schauffele, Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler (9:59 a.m.)
  • Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott (10:10 a.m.)
  • Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith (10:21 a.m.)

While there's not a mega-supernova group, there's several intriguing ones with golfers you don't often see paired together. That Thomas-Fleetwood-Scott group is absolutely flush city, and the Lowry-Rahm-Oosthuizen threesome should be another great follow as well with two reigning major champions and one who can't stop finishing runner up.

With most of the field on the course Thursday, some big numbers have already been put up with Spieth and Oosthuizen in particular impressing by turning in two of the best rounds of the day to this point. It has been an exciting Open that is only going to get more eye-catching as the week unfolds.

Here are the rest of the tee times for the 149th Open. Be sure to check out the full Open schedule and coverage guide and follow live coverage of Round 1 at The Open from CBS Sports. All times Eastern

2021 Open tee times, Thursday pairings

1:35 a.m. – Richard Bland, Andy Sullivan, Marcus Armitage1:46 a.m. – Chan Kim, Justin Harding, Haotong Li1:57 a.m. – Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Abel Gallegos2:08 a.m. – Alex Noren, J.C. Ritchie, Richard Mansell2:19 a.m. – Dean Burmester, Danny Willett, Laird Shepherd2:30 a.m. – Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Sam Horsfield, Min Woo Lee2:41 a.m. – Viktor Hovland, Ryan Palmer, Thomas Detry2:52 a.m. – Paul Casey, Abraham Ancer, Ian Poulter3:03 a.m. – Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak, Garrick Higgo3:14 a.m. – Daniel Berger, Joaquin Niemann, Joel Dahmen3:25 a.m. – Darren Clarke, Bernd Wiesberger, Joe Long3:36 a.m. – Chris Kik, Marcus Kinhult, Jack Senior3:47 a.m. – Talor Gooch, C.T. Pan, Jonathan Thomson4:03 a.m. – Ernie Els, Gary Woodland, Cole Hammer4:14 a.m. – Sam Burns, Lucas Herbert, Jorge Campillo4:25 a.m. – Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Branden Grace4:36 a.m. – Brian Harman, Mackenzie Hughes, Dylan Frittelli4:47 a.m. – Victor Perez, Kevin Streelman, Guido Migliozzi4:58 a.m. – Shane Lowry, Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen5:09 a.m. – Stewart Cink, Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer5:20 a.m. – Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose5:31 a.m. – Scottie Scheffler, Sergio Garcia, Yuxin Lin5:42 a.m. – Harris English, Erik van Rooyen, Chez Reavie5:53 a.m. – Lucas Glover, Ben An, Brandt Snedeker6:04 a.m. – Cameron Tringale, Takumi Kanaya, Marcel Schneider6:15 a.m. – Lanto Griffin, Rikuya Hoshino, Connor Worsdall6:36 a.m. – Aaron Rai, Paul Waring, Daniel Craft6:47 a.m. – Daniel van Tonder, Jazz Janewattananond, Christoffer Bring6:58 a.m. – Harold Varner III, Brendan Steele, Matthias Schmid7:09 a.m. – Troy Merritt, Adam Long, Jaco Ahlers7:20 a.m. – Jason Day, Joost Luiten, Johannes Veerman7:31 a.m. – John Catlin, Romain Langasque, Aaron Pike7:42 a.m. – Padraig Harrington, Brad Kennedy, Sam Forgan7:53 a.m. – Tony Finau, Billy Horschel, Adam Hadwin8:04 a.m. – Patrick Cantlay, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ryan Fox8:15 a.m. – Francesco Molinari, Marc Leishman, Matt Wallace8:26 a.m. – Collin Morikawa, Corey Conners, Sebastian Munoz8:37 a.m. – Jason Scrivener, Keith Mitchell, Sam Bairstow8:48 a.m. – Charley Hoffman, Emiliano Grillo, Benjamin Herbert9:04 a.m. – Keegan Bradley, Richard T. Lee, Rafa Cabrera Bello9:15 a.m. – Carlos Ortiz, Brendon Todd, Matthias Schwab9:26 a.m. – Webb Simpson, Russell Henley, Shaun Norris9:37 a.m. – Matt Jones, Daniel Hillier, Marcel Siem9:48 a.m. – Phil Mickelson, Tyrrell Hatton, Kevin Kisner9:59 a.m. – Xander Schauffele, Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler10:10 a.m. – Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott10:21 a.m. – Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith10:32 a.m. – Henrik Stenson, Max Homa, Matt Kuchar10:43 a.m. – Antoine Rozner, Ryosuke Kinoshita, Ben Hutchinson10:54 a.m. – Kurt Kitayama, Deyen Lawson, Poom Saksansin11:05 a.m. – Yuki Inamori, Jimmy Walker, Ricardo Celia

11:16 a.m. – Rikard Karlberg, Ryutaro Nagano, Nicholas Poppleton

Jul 15, 2021 at 9:18 am ET3 min read
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The tee times — or games, as they are called on the other side of the pond — are set for the 149th Open Championship, and there are some great ones Thursday as the final major of the year gets rolling at Royal St. George's. The R&A — like Augusta National for the Masters — does a fine job of making the featured groups good but not too good, giving spectators reason to tune in throughout the entire rounds over the first 36 holes.

Combining strong groups throughout the day with all golfers beginning their rounds on the first tee engenders interest from the start until the last putt drops in the early evening stateside. It all makes for a phenomenal viewing experience that will be aided by some top-tier groups spread across the morning. All times Eastern

  • Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak, Garrick Higgo (3:03 a.m.)
  • Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Branden Grace (4:25 a.m.)
  • Shane Lowry, Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen (4:58 a.m.)
  • Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose (5:20 a.m.)
  • Xander Schauffele, Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler (9:59 a.m.)
  • Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott (10:10 a.m.)
  • Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith (10:21 a.m.)

While there's not a mega-supernova group, there's several intriguing ones with golfers you don't often see paired together. That Thomas-Fleetwood-Scott group is absolutely flush city, and the Lowry-Rahm-Oosthuizen threesome should be another great follow as well with two reigning major champions and one who can't stop finishing runner up.

With most of the field on the course Thursday, some big numbers have already been put up with Spieth and Oosthuizen in particular impressing by turning in two of the best rounds of the day to this point. It has been an exciting Open that is only going to get more eye-catching as the week unfolds.

Here are the rest of the tee times for the 149th Open. Be sure to check out the full Open schedule and coverage guide and follow live coverage of Round 1 at The Open from CBS Sports. All times Eastern

2021 Open tee times, Thursday pairings

1:35 a.m. – Richard Bland, Andy Sullivan, Marcus Armitage1:46 a.m. – Chan Kim, Justin Harding, Haotong Li1:57 a.m. – Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Abel Gallegos2:08 a.m. – Alex Noren, J.C. Ritchie, Richard Mansell2:19 a.m. – Dean Burmester, Danny Willett, Laird Shepherd2:30 a.m. – Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Sam Horsfield, Min Woo Lee2:41 a.m. – Viktor Hovland, Ryan Palmer, Thomas Detry2:52 a.m. – Paul Casey, Abraham Ancer, Ian Poulter3:03 a.m. – Brooks Koepka, Jason Kokrak, Garrick Higgo3:14 a.m. – Daniel Berger, Joaquin Niemann, Joel Dahmen3:25 a.m. – Darren Clarke, Bernd Wiesberger, Joe Long3:36 a.m. – Chris Kik, Marcus Kinhult, Jack Senior3:47 a.m. – Talor Gooch, C.T. Pan, Jonathan Thomson4:03 a.m. – Ernie Els, Gary Woodland, Cole Hammer4:14 a.m. – Sam Burns, Lucas Herbert, Jorge Campillo4:25 a.m. – Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau, Branden Grace4:36 a.m. – Brian Harman, Mackenzie Hughes, Dylan Frittelli4:47 a.m. – Victor Perez, Kevin Streelman, Guido Migliozzi4:58 a.m. – Shane Lowry, Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen5:09 a.m. – Stewart Cink, Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer5:20 a.m. – Dustin Johnson, Will Zalatoris, Justin Rose5:31 a.m. – Scottie Scheffler, Sergio Garcia, Yuxin Lin5:42 a.m. – Harris English, Erik van Rooyen, Chez Reavie5:53 a.m. – Lucas Glover, Ben An, Brandt Snedeker6:04 a.m. – Cameron Tringale, Takumi Kanaya, Marcel Schneider6:15 a.m. – Lanto Griffin, Rikuya Hoshino, Connor Worsdall6:36 a.m. – Aaron Rai, Paul Waring, Daniel Craft6:47 a.m. – Daniel van Tonder, Jazz Janewattananond, Christoffer Bring6:58 a.m. – Harold Varner III, Brendan Steele, Matthias Schmid7:09 a.m. – Troy Merritt, Adam Long, Jaco Ahlers7:20 a.m. – Jason Day, Joost Luiten, Johannes Veerman7:31 a.m. – John Catlin, Romain Langasque, Aaron Pike7:42 a.m. – Padraig Harrington, Brad Kennedy, Sam Forgan7:53 a.m. – Tony Finau, Billy Horschel, Adam Hadwin8:04 a.m. – Patrick Cantlay, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Ryan Fox8:15 a.m. – Francesco Molinari, Marc Leishman, Matt Wallace8:26 a.m. – Collin Morikawa, Corey Conners, Sebastian Munoz8:37 a.m. – Jason Scrivener, Keith Mitchell, Sam Bairstow8:48 a.m. – Charley Hoffman, Emiliano Grillo, Benjamin Herbert9:04 a.m. – Keegan Bradley, Richard T. Lee, Rafa Cabrera Bello9:15 a.m. – Carlos Ortiz, Brendon Todd, Matthias Schwab9:26 a.m. – Webb Simpson, Russell Henley, Shaun Norris9:37 a.m. – Matt Jones, Daniel Hillier, Marcel Siem9:48 a.m. – Phil Mickelson, Tyrrell Hatton, Kevin Kisner9:59 a.m. – Xander Schauffele, Robert MacIntyre, Rickie Fowler10:10 a.m. – Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood, Adam Scott10:21 a.m. – Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith10:32 a.m. – Henrik Stenson, Max Homa, Matt Kuchar10:43 a.m. – Antoine Rozner, Ryosuke Kinoshita, Ben Hutchinson10:54 a.m. – Kurt Kitayama, Deyen Lawson, Poom Saksansin11:05 a.m. – Yuki Inamori, Jimmy Walker, Ricardo Celia

11:16 a.m. – Rikard Karlberg, Ryutaro Nagano, Nicholas Poppleton

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