US Open Golf Schedule 2014: Day 4 Tee Times, TV Info, Live Stream, Predictions

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US Open Golf Schedule 2014: Day 4 Tee Times, TV Info, Live Stream, Predictions
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Every golfer dreams of being in the final pairing on Sunday at the U.S. Open. That dream just became a reality for Martin Kaymer and Rickie Fowler.

Kaymer has absolutely dominated the field through 54 holes, and he enters the final round with a comfortable five-stroke lead. However, should Kaymer falter, Fowler's great surge has him in great position to reap the benefits.

Even though Kaymer's lead seems insurmountable, anything can happen at the U.S. Open.

That said, Day 4—as one-sided as it seems due to Kaymer's lead—still has a chance to provide onlookers with a dramatic finish.

To ensure you don't miss a moment of what could turn into another exhilarating ending to this prestigious tournament, let's take a look at all of Sunday's essential viewing information, including tee times, the updated leaderboard and final predictions.

Updated Leaderboard

The full leaderboard can be found at

Day 4 Viewing Information

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When: Sunday, June 15

Coverage Time: Noon - 7:30 p.m. ET

Channel: NBC

Live Stream:

Radio: ESPN Radio

Day 4 Tee Times

2014 U.S. Open Final Round Tee Times
Group Time (ET) Player 1 Player 2
1 9:32 a.m. Toru Taniguchi
2 9:43 a.m. Russell Henley Kevin Tway
3 9:54 a.m. Boo Weekley Kevin Stadler
4 10:05 a.m. Louis Oosthuizen Matthew Fitzpatrick
5 10:16 a.m. Fran Quinn Daniel Berger
6 10:27 a.m. Alex Cejka Clayton Rask
7 10:38 a.m. Justin Leonard Billy Hurley III
8 10:49 a.m. Danny Willett Harris English
9 11:00 a.m. Bo Van Pelt Paul Casey
10 11:11 a.m. Seung-Yul Noh Gary Woodland
11 11:22 a.m. Scott Langley Stewart Cink
12 11:33 a.m. Zac Blair Graeme McDowell
13 11:44 a.m. Kenny Perry Zac Johnson
14 11:55 a.m. Nicholas Lindheim Jim Furyk
15 12:06 p.m. Patrick Reed Webb Simpson
16 12:17 p.m. Billy Horschel Ernie Els
17 12:28 p.m. Cody Gribble Sergio Garcia
18 12:39 p.m. Brendon Todd Phil Mickelson
19 12:50 p.m. Bill Haas Retief Goosen
20 1:01 p.m. Ryan Moore Keegan Bradley
21 1:12 p.m. Ian Poulter Hideki Matsuyama
22 1:23 p.m. Steve Stricker Aaron Baddeley
23 1:34 p.m. Lucas Bjerregaard Shiv Kapur
24 1:45 p.m. Rory McIlroy Adam Scott
25 1:56 p.m. J.B. Holmes Marcel Siem
26 2:07 p.m. Jason Day Jimmy Walker
27 2:18 p.m. Garth Mulroy Francesco Molinari
28 2:29 p.m. Victor Dubuisson Brendon De Jonge
29 2:40 p.m. Chris Kirk Jordan Spieth
30 2:51 p.m. Justin Rose Kevin Na
31 3:02 p.m. Brooks Koepka Matt Kuchar
32 3:13 p.m. Brandt Snedeker Dustin Johnson
33 3:24 p.m. Henrik Stenson Erik Compton
34 3:35 p.m. Rickie Fowler Martin Kaymer

Tee times courtesy of

Final Predictions

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With the viewing information set and tee times now locked in, let's take a look at how Sunday is likely to shake out.

2014 U.S. Open Final Predictions
Place Golfer To Par R4 Score
1 Martin Kaymer -7 71
2 Rickie Fowler -5 68
3 Henrik Stenson -4 68
T4 Matt Kuchar -3 67
T4 Kevin Na -3 67
T6 Erik Compton -2 71
T6 Justin Rose -2 67
T8 Brandt Snedeker -1 70
T8 Jordan Spieth -1 68
T8 Dustin Johnson -1 71

Sean O'Donnell's Predictions

It's pretty tough to bet against Kaymer at this point.

A five-stroke lead through 54 holes of the U.S. Open is almost insurmountable. When Kaymer led after 36 holes, ESPN's Trey Wingo tweeted this historical stat:

Even though Kaymer didn't post a third consecutive 65 on Saturday, his 72 was very solid considering the pressure of holding such a large lead. With a four-stroke advantage heading into the 54th hole, Kaymer showed his nerves of steel and recorded a birdie.

After his round, a member of the media asked him about his lead increasing by a stroke due to that birdie. Kaymer was cool as ever and gave this response, courtesy of a tweet from's Sean Martin:

Don't expect him to falter on Sunday.

Another player who should do nicely during the final round is Kaymer's playing partner, Rickie Fowler.

Fowler has been rather inconsistent since working on his swing with coach Butch Harmon. However, his hard work seems to be finally paying off in a big way at the U.S. Open.

After two 70s to start the tournament, Fowler tied for the lowest round of the day on Saturday with a three-under 67. According to ESPN Stats & Info, that ties his lowest number ever recorded at a major:

That bodes well for Fowler going forward. His solid play should allow him to give Kaymer a slight challenge down the final stretch and inevitably finish in second place.

Rounding out the top three is the steady Henrik Stenson.

Stenson hasn't exactly been lighting up the scoreboard, but he's been extremely consistent through 54 holes. Take a look at his greens in regulation over the course of the tournament, courtesy of the European Tour:

If Stenson can sink a few more putts on Sunday, he'll be right in the mix with Fowler in a fight for second place.

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