Even without Tiger Woods participating in golf's 2014 U.S. Open, the TV schedule is still littered with former champions of the tournament to watch.
Justin Rose, Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Lucas Glover, Angel Cabrera, Geoff Ogilvy and Jim Furyk will all aim for their victory in the major, while Retief Goosen and Ernie Els go for their third. Most of them are long shots, but not the 2011 champ McIlroy, who enters as the favorite. He currently has 10-1 odds to win, according to Odds Shark.
Here's how to watch the U.S. Open and when golfers will tee off through Round 2.
|Thurs., June 12||9 a.m. - 3 p.m.||ESPN|
|3 p.m. - 5 p.m.||NBC|
|5 p.m. - 6 p.m.||ESPN2|
|6 p.m. - 7 p.m.||ESPN|
|Fri., June 13||9 a.m. - 3 p.m.||ESPN|
|3 p.m. - 5 p.m.||NBC|
|5 p.m. - 7 p.m.||ESPN|
|Sat., June 14||12 p.m. - 7 p.m.||NBC|
|Sun., June 15||12 p.m. - 7 p.m.||NBC|
Live Stream: USOpen.com
|Round 1 Tee Times (ET)||Round 2 Tee Times (ET)||Pairings|
|6:45 a.m.||12:30 p.m.||Daniel Berger, Brett Stegmaier Cameron Wilson|
|6:45 a.m.||12:30 p.m.||Henrik Norlander, Rob Oppenheim, Lucas Bjerregaard|
|6:56 a.m.||12:41 p.m.||Marcel Siem, Andrea Pavan, Brian Stuard|
|6:56 a.m.||12:41 p.m.||Chad Collins, Kevin Kisner, Kyoung-Hoon Lee|
|7:07 a.m.||12:52 p.m.||Matt Every, Matt Jones, Roberto Castro|
|7:07 a.m.||12:52 p.m.||Erik Compton, Scott Langley, Pablo Larrazabal|
|7:18 a.m.||1:03 p.m.||Sergio Garcia, Brandt Snedeker, Jason Day|
|7:18 a.m.||1:03 p.m.||Patrick Reed, Kevin Na, Ryan Moore|
|7:29 a.m.||1:14 p.m.||Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar|
|7:29 a.m.||1:14 p.m.||Boo Weekley, Stephen Gallacher, D.A. Points|
|7:40 a.m.||1:25 p.m.||Webb Simpson, Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy|
|7:40 a.m.||1:25 p.m.||Zach Johnson, David Toms, Angel Cabrera|
|7:51 a.m.||1:36 p.m.||Ian Poulter, Thongchai Jaidee, Miguel Angel Jimenez|
|7:51 a.m.||1:36 p.m.||Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, Matthew Fitzpatrick|
|8:02 a.m.||1:47 p.m.||Nick Watney, Joost Luiten, Jonas Blixt|
|8:02 a.m.||1:47 p.m.||Chris Kirk, Brendon Todd, Russell Henley|
|8:13 a.m.||1:58 p.m.||Billy Horschel, Robert Allenby, Billy Hurley III|
|8:13 a.m.||1:58 p.m.||Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama|
|8:24 a.m.||2:09 p.m.||Aaron Baddeley, Aron Price, Oliver Goss|
|8:24 a.m.||2:09 p.m.||Kenny Perry, Kevin Sutherland, Jeff Maggert|
|8:35 a.m.||2:20 p.m.||Tom Lewis, Justin Thomas, Craig Barlow|
|8:35 a.m.||2:20 p.m.||Wen-Chong Liang, Shiv Kapur, Maximilian Kieffer|
|8:46 a.m.||2:31 p.m.||Robby Shelton, Brady Watt, Matt Dobyns|
|8:46 a.m.||2:31 p.m.||Smylie Kaufman, Brandon McIver, Maverick McNealy|
|8:57 a.m.||2:42 p.m.||Clayton Rask, Nick Mason, Brian Campbell|
|8:57 a.m.||2:42 p.m.||Anthony Broussard, Nicholas Lindheim, Will Grimmer|
|12:30 p.m.||6:45 a.m.||Garth Mulroy, Bobby Gates, Steven Alker|
|12:30 p.m.||6:45 a.m.||Alex Cejka, David Oh, Graeme Storm|
|12:41 p.m.||6:56 a.m.||Niclas Fasth, Hudson Swafford, Kiyoshi Miyazato|
|12:41 p.m.||6:56 a.m.||Oliver Fisher, Andres Echavarria, Casey Wittenberg|
|12:52 p.m.||7:07 a.m.||John Senden, Brooks Koepka, Nicolas Colsaerts|
|12:52 p.m.||7:07 a.m.||Joe Ogilvie, Ken Duke, Mark Wilson|
|1:03 p.m.||7:18 a.m.||Dustin Johnson, Victor Dubuisson, Jimmy Walker|
|1:03 p.m.||7:18 a.m.||Jim Furyk, Bill Haas, Steve Stricker|
|1:14 p.m.||7:29 a.m.||Stewart Cink, Y.E. Yang, Justin Leonard|
|1:14 p.m.||7:29 a.m.||Brendon De Jonge, Shane Lowry, Kevin Stadler|
|1:25 p.m.||7:40 a.m.||Bubba Watson, Charl Schwartzel, Adam Scott|
|1:25 p.m.||7:40 a.m.||Luke Donald, Paul Casey, Harris English|
|1:36 p.m.||7:51 a.m.||Ernie Els, Louis Oosthuizen, Darren Clarke|
|1:36 p.m.||7:51 a.m.||J.B. Holmes, Graham Delaet, Gary Woodland|
|1:47 p.m.||8:02 a.m.||Jason Dufner, Martin Kaymer, Keegan Bradley|
|1:47 p.m.||8:02 a.m.||Retief Goosen, Lucas Glover, Geoff Ogilvy|
|1:58 p.m.||8:13 a.m.||Hunter Mahan, Jamie Donaldson, Francesco Molinari|
|1:58 p.m.||8:13 a.m.||Bernd Wiesberger, Toru Taniguchi, Hyung-Sung Kim|
|2:09 p.m.||8:24 a.m.||Bo Van Pelt, Seung-Yul Noh, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano|
|2:09 p.m.||8:24 a.m.||Ryan Palmer, Kevin Streelman, Rod Pampling|
|2:20 p.m.||8:35 a.m.||Danny Willett, Luke Guthrie, Corey Whitsett|
|2:20 p.m.||8:35 a.m.||Azuma Yano, David Gossett, Ryan Blaum|
|2:31 p.m.||8:46 a.m.||Kevin Tway, Chris Doak, Jim Renner|
|2:31 p.m.||8:46 a.m.||Simon Griffiths, Donald Constable, Fran Quinn|
|2:42 p.m.||8:57 a.m.||Cody Gribble, Andrew Dorn, Chris Thompson|
|2:42 p.m.||8:57 a.m.||Hunter Stewart, Zac Blair, Sam Love|
McIlroy has the best odds to win the U.S. Open, but a loss would be far from shocking. He hasn't won a PGA Tour tournament since September 2012. This season, he only has one top-five finish.
And while he's also a former U.S. Open champion, he didn't come close to winning his second title in his last two attempts. He missed the cut in 2012 and tied for 41st in 2013.
Scott has three top-four finishes since the Arnold Palmer Invitational in late March. He just won the Crowne Plaza Invitational the last week of May. Scott also has a more recent major triumph than McIlroy, having won the 2013 Masters.
Of course, the U.S. Open has been Scott's worst major. He's never finished better than the top 15.
Phil Mickelson has the third-highest odds despite not having earned a single top-10 finish this season. He's also been cut and tied for 72nd in his last two major appearances.
This all means that absolutely anyone could emerge victorious this weekend.
David Daniels is a columnist at Bleacher Report. He tweets, too.