First- and second-round tee times at BMW

By Golf Channel DigitalSeptember 10, 2013, 3:05 pm

Tee times and groupings for the 2013 BMW Championship at Conway Farms in Lake Forest, Ill. (all times CDT):

Thursday

No. 1 tee

10:20 a.m.: Russell Henley, John Merrick, Jimmy Walker

10:31 a.m.: Roberto Castro, Brendon De Jonge, Zach Johnson

10:42 a.m.: Boo Weekley, Webb Simpson, D.A. Points

10:53 a.m.: Jason Dufner, Gary Woodland, Jim Furyk

11:04 a.m.: Scott Stallings, David Lynn, Matt Every

11:15 a.m.: Ken Duke, David Hearn, Michael Thompson

11:26 a.m.: Chris Kirk, John Huh, Chris Stroud

11:37 a.m.: Charles Howell III, Kevin Stadler, Kevin Chappell

11:48 a.m.: Jordan Spieth, Keegan BradleyJason Day

11:59 a.m.: Matt KucharGraham DeLaet, Phil Mickelson

12:10 p.m.: Brian Davis, Jonas Blixt, Matt Jones

12:21 p.m.: Sang-Moon Bae, Angel Cabrera


No. 10 tee

10:20 a.m.: Brian Gay, Patrick Reed, Graeme McDowell

10:31 a.m.: Harris English, Charl Schwartzel, Lee Westwood

10:42 a.m.: Justin RoseSteve Stricker, Brandt Snedeker

10:53 a.m.: Henrik StensonTiger WoodsAdam Scott

11:04 a.m.: Marc Leishman, Nicholas Thompson, Rory Sabbatini

11:15 a.m.: Jason Kokrak, Ryan Moore, Bryce Molder

11:26 a.m.: Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroyDaniel Summerhays

11:37 a.m.: Nick Watney, Scott Piercy, Rickie Fowler

11:48 a.m.: Billy Horschel, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia

11:59 a.m.: Kevin Streelman, Bill Haas, Hunter Mahan

12:10 p.m.: Ian Poulter, Charley Hoffman, Luke Donald

12:21 p.m.: Brendan Steele, Ernie Els


Friday

No. 1 tee

10:20 a.m.: Bubba Watson, Rory McIlroy, Daniel Summerhays

10:31 a.m.: Nick Watney, Scott Piercy, Rickie Fowler

10:42 a.m.: Billy Horschel, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia

10:53 a.m.: Kevin Streelman, Bill Haas, Hunter Mahan

11:04 a.m.: Ian Poulter, Charley Hoffman, Luke Donald

11:15 a.m.: Brendan Steele, Ernie Els

11:26 a.m.: Brian Gay, Patrick Reed, Graeme McDowell

11:37 a.m.: Harris English, Charl Schwartzel, Lee Westwood

11:48 a.m.: Justin Rose, Steve Stricker, Brandt Snedeker

11:59 a.m.: Henrik Stenson, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott

12:10 p.m.: Marc Leishman, Nicholas Thompson, Rory Sabbatini

12:21 p.m.: Jason Kokrak, Ryan Moore, Bryce Molder


No. 10 tee

10:20 a.m.: Chris Kirk, John Huh, Chris Stroud

10:31 a.m.: Charles Howell III, Kevin Stadler, Kevin Chappell

10:42 a.m.: Jordan Spieth, Keegan Bradley, Jason Day

10:53 a.m.: Matt Kuchar, Graham DeLaet, Phil Mickelson

11:04 a.m.: Brian Davis, Jonas Blixt, Matt Jones

11:15 a.m.: Sang-Moon Bae, Angel Cabrera

11:26 a.m.: Russell Henley, John Merrick, Jimmy Walker

11:37 a.m.: Roberto Castro, Brendon de Jonge, Zach Johnson

11:48 a.m.: Boo Weekley, Webb Simpson, D.A. Points

11:59 a.m.: Jason Dufner, Gary Woodland, Jim Furyk

12:10 p.m.: Scott Stallings, David Lynn, Matt Every

12:21 p.m.: Ken Duke, David Hearn, Michael Thompson

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Schauffele just fine being the underdog

By Rex HoggardJuly 21, 2018, 8:06 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Following a breakthough season during which he won twice and collected the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Award, Xander Schauffele concedes his sophomore campaign has been less than stellar, but that could all change on Sunday at The Open.

Schauffele followed a second-round 66 with a 67 on Saturday to take a share of the 9-under-par lead with Jordan Spieth and Kevin Kisner.

Although he hasn’t won in 2018, he did finish runner-up at The Players and tied for sixth at the U.S. Open, two of the year’s toughest tests.


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“Growing up, I always hit it well and played well in tough conditions,” Schauffele said. “I wasn't the guy to shoot 61. I was the guy to shoot like 70 when it was playing really hard.”

Sunday’s pairing could make things even more challenging when he’ll head out in the day’s final tee time with Spieth, the defending champion. But being the underdog in a pairing, like he was on Saturday alongside Rory McIlroy, is not a problem.

“All the guys I've talked to said, 'Live it up while you can, fly under the radar,'” he said. “Today I played in front of what you call Rory's crowd and guys were just yelling all the time, even while he's trying to putt, and he had to step off a few times. No one was yelling at me while I was putting. So I kind of enjoy just hanging back and relaxing.”

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Open odds: Spieth 7/1 to win; Tiger, Rory 14/1

By Golf Channel DigitalJuly 21, 2018, 7:54 pm

Only 18 holes remain in the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie, and the man tied atop the leaderboard is the same man who captured the claret jug last year at Royal Birkdale.

So it’s little surprise that Jordan Spieth is the odds-on favorite (7/4) to win his fourth major entering Sunday’s final round.

Xander Schauffele and Kevin Kisner, both tied with Spieth at 9 under par, are next in line at 5/1 and 11/2 respectively. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, both four shots behind the leaders, are listed at 14/1.

Click here for the leaderboard and take a look below at the odds, courtesy Jeff Sherman at golfodds.com.


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Jordan Spieth: 7/4

Xander Schauffele: 5/1

Kevin Kisner: 11/2

Tiger Woods: 14/1

Francesco Molinari: 14/1

Rory McIlroy: 14/1

Kevin Chappell: 20/1

Tommy Fleetwood: 20/1

Alex Noren: 25/1

Zach Johnson: 30/1

Justin Rose: 30/1

Matt Kuchar: 40/1

Webb Simpson: 50/1

Adam Scott: 80/1

Tony Finau: 80/1

Charley Hoffman: 100/1

Austin Cook: 100/1

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Wandering photographer costs McIlroy on 16

By Ryan LavnerJuly 21, 2018, 7:44 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – Rory McIlroy bogeyed two of his last four holes Saturday to fall four shots off the lead at The Open.

One of those mistakes might not have entirely been his fault.

McIlroy missed a short putt on the par-3 16th after a photographer was “in a world all his own,” wandering around near the green, taking photos of the crowd and not paying attention to the action on the green.


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“It’s fine,” McIlroy said after a third-round 70 put him at 5-under 208, four shots off the lead. “It’s one of those things that happens. There’s a lot of people out there, and it is what it is. It’s probably my fault, but I just didn’t regroup well after it happened.”

McIlroy also bogeyed the home hole, after driving into a fairway bunker, sending his second shot right of the green and failing to get up and down.

“I putted well,” he said. “I holed out when I needed to. I just need to make the birdies and try to limit the damage tomorrow.”

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Kisner not expecting awkward night with Spieth

By Ryan LavnerJuly 21, 2018, 7:33 pm

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland – It might get awkward in that star-studded rental house Saturday night.

Two of the three Open co-leaders, Jordan Spieth and Kevin Kisner, are sharing a house this week near Carnoustie. Though it’ll be late by the time they both get back to the house Saturday night, they’ll have plenty of time to kill Sunday morning, with their tee times not until nearly 3 p.m. local time.

“Everybody is probably going to get treatment and eating and trying to find a bed,” Kisner said. “I’m sure there’ll be some conversations. There always are. Everybody has a few horror stories or good laughs over something that happened out there. That will probably be the end of it.”

One thing they’re almost certain to discuss is the weather.


Full-field scores from the 147th Open Championship

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After three days of mostly benign conditions, Sunday’s forecast calls for warm temperatures and wind gusts up to 25 mph.

“When you watch any TV, that’s all they talk about – how Sunday’s coming,” Kisner said. “It’s going to be a true test, and we’ll get to see really who’s hitting it the best and playing the best.”

Zach Johnson is also in the house – along with Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas, Jimmy Walker and Jason Dufner – and he rode to the course Saturday with Kisner, with whom he played in the final group, at 4 p.m. It’s unclear whether the co-leaders Sunday will have a similar arrangement.

This is the third year that Spieth and Co. have shared a house at The Open, though Kisner is a new addition to the group.

“It’s the end of the week,” Kisner said. “Everybody’s got a lot of stuff going on. Everybody’s going their separate ways tomorrow. Tomorrow morning we’ll all sit around and laugh on the couch and talk about why that guy’s making so many birdies.”