US Open golf 2022: second round – live!

Right, we’re back, baby! So what have we missed? Callum Tarren extended his lead with birdie at the short par-four 5th. Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa have picked up strokes at 12. Heyden Buckley and Matthew NeSmith birdied 4 and 13 respectively. But perhaps most impressively, Adam Hadwin finished with birdies at 8 and 9, a glorious end to an otherwise miserable day, and a denouement that turns a damaging round into a workable 72.

-5: Tarren (5)
-3: Hardy (F), Scheffler (F),
Buckley (5), NeSmith (4*), McIlroy (1), Dahmen
-2: Burns (F), Fitzpatrick (F), Hadwin (F), Rodgers (4*), Lingmerth (3), Morikawa (3*), Rahm (3*), Harman (1), Wise

No closing birdie for Matt Fitzpatrick, but he finishes with a level-par 70 that initially promised more, then threatened a lot less. He goes into Moving Day at -2, just one off the current clubhouse lead and two off Callum Tarren’s tournament lead. Bogey for Dustin Johnson at the last and he goes into the weekend at +1, as does Justin Rose after a scrappy 73.

A good point, then, to park this blog for a while, as your honest hack pops off to source some ice-cold water and other refreshments. Back at 7pm with updates of the early second-wave action!

-4: Tarren (3)
-3: Hardy (F), Scheffler (F), Lingmerth (1), McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Burns (F), Fitzpatrick (F), Buckley (3), NeSmith (2*), Rodgers (2*), Harman, Wise

We’ve already had one surprise package making a break for it today in MJ Daffue. Now Callum Tarren hits the front with birdie at 3! He’s -4. Meanwhile over on 9, Matt Fitzpatrick finds the centre of the green in regulation, and will have a look at birdie from about 30 feet.

Matt Fitzpatrick finds the centre of the par-five 8th with a booming drive and a long iron. Anything Brooks Koepka can do … well, not quite, because he can’t make his eagle putt, but birdie takes him back to -2, and this has been a sturdy response to the three consecutive bogeys that took him down to level par.

Birdie at the last for Justin Thomas, who never really got going after an abysmal double bogey, bogey start. A disappointing 72 to go alongside yesterday’s 69, but that finish will put the reigning PGA champion in a slightly better humour, and it’s not as though he’s miles off the pace at +1 overall.

Justin Thomas is in the chasing pack on +1. Photograph: Charles Krupa/AP

It’s extremely hard to dislike MJ Daffue, who remains in high spirits despite coming home in 40 strokes. When asked about his decision not to take a drop from the hospitality box at 14 and hit 3-wood off the carpet instead, the 33-year-old South African, playing in his first major championship, has just told Sky Sports with a smile and a twinkle in his eye: “We’re here for entertainment, right? So I figured, why not entertain them a little bit?!”

Scottie Scheffler can’t make his birdie putt on 18, but his par is enough for a 67. He joins Nick Hardy in the clubhouse lead. Meanwhile Darlington’s Callum Tarren nearly opens his second round with a long birdie rake at 1, but a nerve-settling par will suffice.

-3: Hardy (F), Scheffler (F), Tarren (1), Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Burns (F), Buckley (1), NeSmith, Harman, Wise
-1: Daffue (F), Fitzpatrick (16*), Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler

Some closing run by Thomas Pieters! Birdies at 13, 14, 15 and 17 whisk the Belgian, who had been skirting with the cutline, all the way up the standings to level par. A 68 to go alongside yesterday’s 72.

Brooks Koepka pars the last and signs for a 67. That would have been better were it not for an overly aggressive lip-out at 15 that cost bogey. Anyway, it repairs the damage of yesterday’s average 73, and the 2017 and 2018 winner goes into the weekend at level par for the tournament.

Brooks Koepka watches his shot on the 17th.
Brooks Koepka watches his shot on the 17th. Photograph: Charlie Riedel/AP

Scottie Scheffler flicked a switch on this back nine. Two birdies and a chip-in eagle, and he comes up the 18th in style. He splits the fairway, then sends his second to 12 feet, from where he’ll have a look at birdie and the outright lead.

Par up the last for Sam Burns, and he signs for a superb 67. In these trickier conditions, that’s a fine card, and it could have been a couple of shots better, too, had two lip-outs on the back nine dropped. He’s -2, one behind the clubhouse and tournament lead.

The last we heard of Viktor Hovland, he was completing his first nine holes, the back nine, in level-par 35. But that was having bogeyed 17 and 18, and since then he’s suffered a total capitulation. Bogeys at 1, 2, 3 and 4 made it six on the bounce, then another at 6. Having risen to -2 less than three hours ago, he’s +5 now and as things stand, unlikely to make it to the weekend.

Phil Mickelson has endured a nightmare this week. A 78 yesterday on his 52nd birthday, followed by bogeys at 13, 14, 15 and 4 today. But they don’t call him Phil the Thrill for nothing, and even at this low ebb, he’s got a way of getting the gallery going. They whoop and cavort as he rolls in a long one for birdie at 5 … then an absolute monster at 6 for another! He’s away home soon, at +10, but as always, he’s left a little something to remember him by.

A good time to update the leaderboard, then … not least because Scottie Scheffler has joined the folk at the very top after easing his iron at 16 to ten feet and rolling in the rock. Birdie meanwhile for Sam Burns at 17, richly deserved given he had lip-outs for birdie on the previous two holes.

-3: Hardy (F), Scheffler (16), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Burns (17), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise
-1: Daffue (F), Fitzpatrick (15*), Reed (13), Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler

Nick Hardy gets up and down from a greenside bunker at 9, and he adds a 68 to yesterday’s 69. He’s the early clubhouse leader at -3, with a share of the tournament lead, and there’s a fair chance he won’t be far off at the end of the day either, with conditions expected to get harder as the sun blazes down, baking the greens. No sign of the rain or storms we were earlier promised.

MJ Daffue can’t make his bogey putt on 18, though his ball shaves the lip. A double to end with, and he’s back in 40 strokes, having gone out on 32. He was inches away from reaching the heights of -7 at the 10th; he’s finished the day at -1, signing for a rollercoaster 72. He’d have taken this position at the start of the week, but, well, y’know.

A sickening end to the round for MJ Daffue is unfolding. His drive finds thick fescue just above a bunker to the left of the fairway. With one foot in the sand, he can only send a power-free second into a bunker guarding the front of the green. He then blades one over the green and up a bank on the other side. He’s short-sided in thick rough with a downhill lie. Oh, and he has to navigate a bunker. He tries to be a bit too cute with his fourth shot, and only just gets his ball onto the green. That wasn’t far away from snagging in more rough. He’ll have a putt from the fringe from 20 feet for bogey.

This is impressive from Matt Fitzpatrick. He’s just carded three bogeys in a row. His tee shot at 5 finds greenside sand, from where he whips to three feet, tidying up for birdie. That’s a big momentum shifter that takes him back up to -1.

Nick Hardy finds the fringe of the par-five 8th in two. A couple of putts later, the 26-year-old from Illinois, making his first serious impression at a major championship, finds himself in a share of the lead at -3.

One hell of a par scramble for MJ Daffue on 17! His drive finds sand down the left. He’s not far off finding the green with his second, but the ball topples back off the false front … and into an old divot. That’s awfully unfortunate. But he rolls a confident putt up the bank, six feet past the hole, and makes the one coming back. He deserved that. Meanwhile a third bogey in succession for Matt Fitzpatrick, this one the result of a three putt on 4, and he’s back in the pack at level par, alongside the overnight leader Adam Hadwin, who ships his fourth bogey of the round at 2. Some big names on this leaderboard now!

-3: Daffue (17), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Hardy (16*), Scheffler (14), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise
-1: Burns (15), Koepka (14), Reed (11), Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler

A couple of hours ago, the world number one Scottie Scheffler was chunking a chip on 5. Now he’s bumping one in from the top of a bank, 50 yards out at the par-five 14th for eagle! You can’t keep a good Masters champion down! All of a sudden, having been struggling to find something, he’s one off the lead at -2! Sensational! He’s going round with Brooks Koepka, and after whipping a long iron into the green to ten feet – this hole is 616 yards long – the two-time winner rolls in for an eagle of his own! He’s suddenly -1, having picked up four strokes in the last four holes!

The now joint-leader MJ Daffue stops the rot with an up-and-down from a deep bunker to the side of the par-three 16th. He remains at -3. Meanwhile the 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed spurns a good chance to join the group one shot behind Daffue & Co. He clips a lovely wedge at the short 11th to ten feet, but can’t make the downhill right-to-left slider and remains at -1. Still, bereft of form for so long, Reed won’t be at all unhappy with the way things are going here.

Justin Thomas looked to be piecing his challenge back together an hour ago. Birdie at 1 saw the PGA champ return to level par. But after one step forward, bogeys at 2 and 4 have sent him a couple back. He’s +2, as yet unable to carry over the form that saw him come so close at last week’s Canadian Open to Brookline.

Birdie at 13 for Scottie Scheffler, and despite not bringing his best stuff yet, the world number one finds him just three off the pace at level par. Nerve-settling pars meanwhile for Adam Hadwin at 18 and 1, and he consolidates his position at -1. For all his travails this morning, the 34-year-old Canadian is still right in the mix.

Scottie Scheffler hits on the 6th hole.
Scottie Scheffler hits on the 6th hole. Photograph: Charlie Riedel/AP

No we won’t. But we do know that Fitzpatrick can only send his third from wherever to 25 feet. He can’t make the saving putt, and that’s back-to-back bogeys for the Englishman. He’s -1. Daffue isn’t able to salvage his par either on 15, and he reacquaints himself with the other folk he started the day alongside.

-3: Daffue (15), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Hardy (15*), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise
-1: Burns (13), Fitzpatrick (12*), Reed (9), Hadwin (9*), Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler

MJ Daffue sends his sand shot high over the flag at 15, and 20 feet past the hole. He’ll need to make that if he’s to retain sole ownership of the lead. Meanwhile bother for Matt Fitzpatrick at 3. His drive disappears into the tall fescue down the right, and his hack out squirts left and into more deep fescue … or maybe a bunker if he’s lucky. The camera doesn’t reveal the outcome. We’ll find out soon enough.

MJ Daffue, coming off that unnecessary bogey at 14, continues to struggle up 15. He sends his drive towards the gallery down the right, and dumps his second into a deep bunker to the right of the green. The pin’s over that way, too, so he’s shortsided and on a downslope. He’ll be doing extremely well to salvage his par from there. If he doesn’t, he’ll be back where he started the day … or worse.

A disappointing three-putt bogey for Matt Fitzpatrick on 2. He slips out of a tie for second. Meanwhile back-to-back birdies for Brooks Koepka, at 11 and 12, and suddenly the two-time champion, unhappy with his 73 yesterday, is just five behind at +1.

-4: Daffue (14)
3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Hardy (14*), Fitzpatrick (11*), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise
-1: Burns (12), Reed (9), Hadwin (8*), Bland (8*),
Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler

MJ Daffue pulls his par putt at 14 to the left, and that’s a bogey six on a hole he’d have been hoping to birdie. His shoulders slump. Just over an hour after being an inch or so away from a four-shot lead, his advantage has been cut to one. He’s -4. Meanwhile Sam Burns bounces back well from his double-bogey at 10 with birdie at 12, and he’s back up to -1.

Daffue’s brave second ends up just to the right of the green, albeit in deep rough. He decelerates through his chip, and his ball remains in the filth. He stabs his second attempt out, but the ball rolls six feet past, and he’ll have a tester to save his par. Speaking of saving par, that’s what Hadwin does on 17. He finds his drive, sends his second into a greenside bunker, and gets up and down bravely. That’s staunch work, just as everything was threatening to spiral out of control. The overnight leader remains -1.

Hadwin sends a big hook into trouble for the third time today, this time at 17. A chance that could have flown all the way out of bounds. Meanwhile some bother for the leader MJ Daffue, who sends his drive at 14 into a concession stand down the left. He’s entitled to a drop, but fancies the lie he’s got on a strip of carpet, and whips a 3-wood over the heads of some very entertained punters, with whom he exchanges some amusing patter. “I’m comin’ over your head, sir!” “We trust ya!”

Another change to the weather forecast. According to Sky Sports, there are now thunderstorms expected around 1pm local time, which is 6pm in pounds sterling. Should that be the case, we might have problems getting everyone around by sundown … but it’d be good news for the later starters nevertheless, softening the greens and making them a darn sight easier to hold. All speculation, of course, and it’s changing by the hour, so let’s just play it by lugs.

Photograph: Rob Carr/Getty Images

The overnight leader Adam Hadwin continues to head in the wrong direction. His tee shot at the par-three 16th bounds into the thick surrounding rough. His wedge out is always destined to roll eight feet past, and he can’t make the saving putt coming back. No commitment to the stroke, which is always dying short and left. He’s -1.

it’s all going wrong for Hadwin.
it’s all going wrong for Hadwin. Photograph: Erik S Lesser/EPA

A double-bogey six at the extremely testing 10th for Sam Burns. The hole is currently playing tied second for difficulty today, so going from rough to more rough to bunker was never going to cut it. He drops back to level par. Also at level par, but heading in the right direction and piecing his round back together after a horror start, is Justin Thomas. Birdie at 1, his second in three holes, and suddenly there’s renewed spring in the PGA champion’s step.

The grandly monickered Adrien Dumont de Chassart sounds as though he should be wheelspinning along the French Riviera in a 1950s formula-one car made entirely from flammable metal, no helmet, fag on, en route to an evening at the casino. In fact he’s a 22-year-old amateur golfer from Belgium standing on the tee at the drivable par-four 5th. He bashes his tee shot onto the green. One bounce, then inches from acing with the second. But the hole-in-one albatross wasn’t meant to be. Shame; he’d have joined Chen Tze-chung, Shaun Micheel and Nick Watney as the only players to have made albatross at a US Open. Dumont de Chassart’s ball rolls through the green and into the fringe at the back, from where he makes a garden-variety par. The small margins.

It’s consecutive bogeys for Viktor Hovland. Norway’s finest is unlucky on 18, his approach just failing to get over the bunker guarding the front of the green and sticking under the lip. He does extremely well to smash out onto the green, attacking the embedded ball with a wide open face, but he can’t make the long par saver, and the two shots he picked up at 12 and 13 are snatched back by 17 and 18. He turns in level-par 35, and is back where he started at level par for the tournament.

Nick Hardy has played in three previous US Opens, missing two cuts and finishing the other in a tie for 52nd. The 26-year-old from Illinois will fancy improving significantly on that record from where he is right now. A 69 yesterday, and he’s just birdied 2 to move into a tie for seventh at -2, just three off MJ Daffue’s lead. A fourth birdie of the day meanwhile for Sam Burns, this time at 8, grabbing back the shot he dropped with that careless three-putt on 6. He’s -2 as well.

A mistake by the leader MJ Daffue on the tiny par-three 11th. He sends his tee shot into the rough over the back, and only just holds the green with his chip. The resulting bogey cuts his lead to just the two. Meanwhile at 16, Matt Fitzpatrick is the width of a dimple from making a right-to-left 20-foot downhill trickle for another birdie. He looks as confident as any on the greens this week … and a hot putter is non-negotiable if you want to win a US Open.

-5: Daffue (11)
3: Fitzpatrick (7*), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen

The wind is picking up a little bit. The early forecast of rain around 1pm local time is also being revised. We’re much less likely to see any now, which won’t please today’s second wave, who would have been hoping a few drops would soften up the greens. Instead, the wind will dry them out and make them even harder and faster. God speed, Rory, Collin, Jon, Xander, et al.

Photograph: Rob Carr/Getty Images

A careless bogey for Viktor Hovland on 17. He lands his approach pin high, but gets so much backspin on the ball that it whistles off down the false front. Never the most confident with his wedge, he opts to putt back up onto the green, and rolls up well to six feet, but shoves the par putt to the right and he’s back to -1.

Viktor Hovland drops a shot on 17.
Viktor Hovland drops a shot on 17. Photograph: Robert F Bukaty/AP

MJ Daffue is this close to extending his lead to four at the difficult 10th. He whistles his second to six feet and tickles the downhill birdie putt towards the cup. But it breaks to the right on the last turn and misses by millimetres. He stays at -6, three clear of a group that now includes Matt Fitzpatrick, who sends a bomb of a drive down 15, then wedges to four feet to set up his second birdie of the day. Birdie too for Justin Thomas at 17 to get back to +1.

-6: Daffue (10)
3: Fitzpatrick (6*), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen

The travails of the PGA champ Justin Thomas continue. Bogey at 14, then a seriously underhit ten-foot birdie effort at 16. Just a par and his shoulders slump. He’s +2 overall. As is the 2012 champion Webb Simpson, who has a glum look upon departing the par-five 14th with a triple-bogey eight. He was in a greenside bunker in two.

A couple of fine par saves. Viktor Hovland trundles a long birdie putt 15 feet past on 15, but rolls in the one coming back. He stays at -2. Meanwhile the leader MJ Daffue, having found the rough from the tee, powers up to the front of the green, hits a clumsy chip ten feet past, but steers in the delicate downhill right-to-left swinger to remain three clear of the peloton at -6!

A snap hook from the 12th tee ends up costing the overnight leader Adam Hadwin another shot. Two bogeys in the first three holes for the 34-year-old Canadian, and it could so easily have been three from three. He’s -2. Meanwhile a careless three-putt bogey for Sam Burns on 6, and he slips back to -1.

-6: Daffue (8)
3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Hovland (5*), Fitzpatrick (4*), Hadwin (3*), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise

Frustration for Adam Hadwin at the 12th.
Frustration for Adam Hadwin at the 12th. Photograph: Erik S Lesser/EPA

Succour For All with world number one and Masters champion Scottie Scheffler. He completely chunks a chip at the short par-four 5th. A total lack of commitment, the divot going further forward than the ball, which then rolls back past Scheffler’s feet anyway. We’ve all been there all right, and Scheffler’s amateur aberration costs him a shot. He slips to +1.

MJ Daffue sends a hot second into the thick rough at the back of the par-five 8th. That leaves a tricky downhill pitch, which he sends way past the hole, his ball perhaps one revolution away from toppling off the false front and many yards down the fairway. It stops just in time. Two careful putts, and he escapes with par.

Sam Burns sends his drive at the short par-four 5th into thick fescue up a bank to the right of the green. He’s got a bunker to navigate as well, but plenty of green to play with. He whips a high lob to five feet, which is nothing short of miraculous from where he was, then calmly strokes the birdie putt into the centre of the cup. His third bird of the day, and he suddenly becomes a serious part of the conversation at -2.

… so perhaps Adam Hadwin’s street-fighting par on 10 was the harbinger of a scrappy day. He sends his tee shot at the short 11th into the heart of the green, but rolls an excitable downhill 20-footer six feet past, and can’t make the one coming back. All of a sudden, debutant MJ Daffue has a three-stroke lead at the US Open!

-6: Daffue (7)
3: Hadwin (2*), Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Hovland (4*), Fitzpatrick (3*), D Johnson (3*), Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise

Tell you who is full of confidence: MJ Daffue, that’s who! The 33-year-old South African, playing in his first major championship, comes up short of 7, his ball rolling back down the false front. But he putts anyway and sends a right-to-left monster into the cup! He sticks a triumphant finger in the sky, then clenches his fist, and you’d have got good odds on this state of affairs yesterday morning!

-6: Daffue (7)
-4: Hadwin (1*)
-3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen

The overnight leader Adam Hadwin is out and about. A drive down the middle of 10. Then an approach pulled into awkward greenside sand. Suddenly a JT-style blowout looks a possibility. But with a downhill lie in the bunker and not much green to work with, he splashes to ten feet, about the best he could do, then salvages par with a right-to-left sliding putt. Harbinger of a scrappy day or the confidence-boosting foundation for another low round? Let’s see.

Another birdie, this time in more conventional style, for Viktor Hovland. The green found in regulation at 13, a 15-footer trundled in. He’s -2 for his round and the championship. Also -2: Matt Fitzpatrick, who bounces back from the careless dropped shot at 11 by sending his second at 12 to three feet and sealing the deal.

The PGA champion Justin Thomas got off to an awful start this morning. From the centre of 10, he pulled his approach into the thick rough and ended up running up a double-bogey six. Then he followed that up with bogey at 11. Suddenly one of the pre-tournament favourites had crashed down to +2. But a big break on 13 could have arrested that downward momentum. He overhits a long birdie putt, but the ball slams into the back of the cup, thinks about pinging away, but slam dunks. Lucky he had that line plumb, because otherwise he was facing a ten footer coming back. Birdie out of nowhere, and he’s back to +1.

A couple of long birdie putts here. Brooks Koepka rakes a huge left-to-right swinger from the front of 3, the two-time winner rising to +2, while Shane Lowry whistles one in from the fringe of 10. He’s +1. And from long to big: MJ Daffue finds greenside sand at the drivable par-four 5th, splashes out to four feet, and makes it consecutive birdies. He’s the new sole leader of the US Open! Finally a short one missed by Matt Fitzpatrick on 11, and he slips back to -1.

-5: Daffue (5)
-4: Hadwin
-3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen
-2: Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise, Fitzpatrick, Johnson (2*), Rose (1)

Sam Burns is a three-time winner on the PGA Tour this season, and in terms of recent form alone, might be the next cab on the rank to break his major duck. The 25-year-old from Louisiana opens today with birdie, then adds another after nearly acing the par-three 2nd. He’s nicely placed at -1. Viktor Hovland may have something to say about that, though, and the Norwegian chips in from thick rough at the side of 12 to join Burns at -1 after yesterday’s 70.

Adam Hadwin is only playing this week as an alternate, having come through qualifying. He’s benefitting from Paul Casey’s withdrawal. Four of the other five first-round leaders are also qualifiers, the exception being Rory McIlroy. Very strange. Very refreshing. Might that, however, speak to their chances of staying the course over four days? Well, maybe, except MJ Daffue has just birdied 4 to join Hadwin in the lead, and Brookline has been known to deliver the odd surprise before, Francis Ouimet, all that, so you never know!

-4: Daffue (4), Hadwin
-3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen


Adam Hadwin leads after his opening round of 66 … but the likes of Rory McIlroy, Matt Fitzpatrick, Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson, Collin Morikawa, Adam Scott, Will Zalatoris, Justin Thomas, Gary Woodland and defending champ Jon Rahm are in hot pursuit. Here’s how the top of the leaderboard looks …

-4: Hadwin
-3: Tarren, Lingmerth, McIlroy, Dahmen, Daffue
-2: Buckley, NeSmith, Harman, Wise, Fitzpatrick, Johnson, Rose
-1: Rodgers, Morikawa, Piot, Rahm, Scott, Homa, Zalatoris, Hossler, Hardy, Thomas, Woodland, Kokrak

… and here’s when everyone’s teeing off. Let’s go, then. It’s on!

Starting at hole 1:
11:45 Sean Crocker, Jediah Morgan (Aus), Taylor Montgomery
11:56 M. J. Daffue (Rsa), (a) Maxwell Moldovan, Yannik Paul (Ger)
12:07 Adria Arnaus (Spa), Talor Gooch, Tom Hoge
12:18 Sergio Garcia (Spa), Tyrrell Hatton (Eng), Kevin Na
12:29 Patton Kizzire, Sam Burns, Thomas Pieters (Bel)
12:40 Brooks Koepka, Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Smith (Aus)
12:51 Corey Conners (Can), (a) Austin Greaser, Luke List
13:02 Bryson DeChambeau, Justin Rose (Eng), Gary Woodland
13:13 Tommy Fleetwood (Eng), Kyoung-Hoon Lee (Kor), Patrick Reed
13:24 Harris English, Lucas Herbert (Aus), Jason Kokrak
13:35 (a) Ben Lorenz, Davis Shore, Samuel Stevens
13:46 (a) Adrien Dumont (Bel), Daijiro Izumida (Jpn), Sebastian Soederberg (Swe)
13:57 Brady Calkins, Ryan Gerard, Jesse Mueller
17:30 Hayden Buckley, Fran Quinn, Callum Tarren (Eng)
17:41 (a) Sam Bennett, Kurt Kitayama, Denny McCarthy
17:52 Wil Besseling (Ned), Wyndham Clark, Brandon Matthews
18:03 Si Woo Kim (Kor), Sepp Straka (Aut), David Lingmerth (Swe)
18:14 Victor Perez (Fra), Davis Riley, Scott Stallings
18:25 Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn), Rory McIlroy (NIrl), Xander Schauffele
18:36 Brian Harman, Russell Henley, Kevin Kisner
18:47 Keegan Bradley, Marc Leishman (Aus), Aaron Wise
18:58 Stewart Cink, Francesco Molinari (Ita), (a) Laird Shepherd (Eng)
19:09 Marcel Schneider (Ger), Joseph Bramlett, Chan Kim
19:20 Joel Dahmen, Lanto Griffin, Jinichiro Kozuma (Jpn)
19:31 (a) Fred Biondi (Bra), Harry Hall (Eng), Chris Gotterup
19:42 Luke Gannon, Chris Naegel, Andrew Beckler

Starting at hole 10:
11:45 Kevin Chappell, Andrew Novak, Chase Seiffert
11:56 Thorbjoern Olesen (Den), Brian Stuard, Nick Hardy
12:07 Sam Horsfield (Eng), Shaun Norris (Rsa), Cameron Tringale
12:18 Sung Jae Im (Kor), Guillermo Mito Pereira (Chi), Erik van Rooyen (Rsa)
12:29 Tony Finau, Viktor Hovland (Nor), Justin Thomas
12:40 Joo-Hyung Kim (Kor), Min-Woo Lee (Aus), Seamus Power (Irl)
12:51 Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng), Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson
13:02 Shane Lowry (Irl), Phil Mickelson, Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa)
13:13 Danny Lee (Nzl), (a) Keita Nakajima (Jpn), Nick Taylor (Can)
13:24 (a) Nick Dunlap, Jim Furyk, Adam Hadwin (Can)
13:35 Richard Bland (Eng), Ryan Fox (Nzl), Rikuya Hoshino (Jpn)
13:46 Jonas Blixt (Swe), Bo Hoag, Todd Sinnott (Aus)
13:57 Sean Jacklin (Sco), (a) Charles Reiter, Isaiah Salinda
17:30 Matt McCarty, Michael Thorbjornsen (a), Erik Barnes
17:41 Matthew NeSmith, Patrick Rodgers, Travis Vick (a)
17:52 Troy Merritt, William Mouw (a), Andrew Putnam
18:03 Collin Morikawa, James Piot, Jon Rahm (Spa)
18:14 Max Homa, Adam Scott (Aus), Jordan Spieth
18:25 Daniel Berger, Patrick Cantlay, Billy Horschel
18:36 Sebastian Munoz (Col), Alexander Noren (Swe), Harold Varner III
18:47 Joaquin Niemann (Chi), Cameron Young, Will Zalatoris
18:58 (a) Stewart Hagestad, Grayson Murray, Adam Schenk
19:09 Branden Grace (Rsa), Mackenzie Hughes (Can), Guido Migliozzi (Ita)
19:20 Beau Hossler, Satoshi Kodaira (Jpn), Kalle Samooja (Fin)
19:31 Richard Mansell (Eng), Roger Sloan (Can), Tomoyasu Sugiyama (Jpn)
19:42 Keith Greene, Benjamin Silverman (Can), (a) Caleb Manuel

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