US Open Tee Times 2014: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day 4

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US Open Tee Times 2014: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day 4
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There's nothing quite like the Sunday of a U.S. Open.

The allure and mystique of one of the world's most prestigious tournaments is in full force during the final round.

This year, Martin Kaymer appears to be running away with things, but if we learned anything from the movie Tin Cup, it's that anything can happen during the U.S. Open's waning holes.

Be sure to keep it locked in during Sunday's coverage from Pinehurst No. 2, because you never quite know what's going to transpire.

To ensure a moment of the action is not missed, let's break down all of the essential viewing information and tee times for the 2014 U.S. Open's final round.

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Day 4 Viewing Information

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When: Sunday, June 15

Coverage Time: Noon to 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 are courtesy of

Players to Watch

Martin Kaymer

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This one really couldn't be more obvious.

Kaymer has been dominating the field at Pinehurst No. 2 all week due to a pair of 65s to open the tournament.

Even though he only managed a two-over 72 during Saturday's round, he still finds himself in command with a five-stroke lead heading into the final 18 holes Sunday.

Kaymer's five-stroke lead is quite impressive, and according to the tournament's history is almost insurmountable. Take a look at this tweet from ESPN's Trey Wingo:

Will Kaymer run away with this one?

Jim Dunaway of CBS tweeted an idea of how to prevent that from happening:

Rickie Fowler

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Fowler has the daunting task of being paired with Kaymer on Sunday—or should that be the other way around?

Since teaming up with coach Butch Harmon, Fowler has been wildly inconsistent while developing his new swing. It finally appears to be paying off this week at the U.S. Open.

After a pair of 70s to begin the tournament, Fowler recorded Saturday's low score with a three-under 67. That score ties his best ever in a major, according to a tweet from ESPN Stats & Info:

If anyone currently has the momentum and confidence to give Kaymer a run for his money Sunday, it's Fowler.

During a press conference, Fowler compared Kaymer's ongoing success to that of Bubba Watson at the Masters. According to a tweet from PGA Tour, Fowler plans to focus on his own game:

Jordan Spieth

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As we saw during the Masters, Spieth tends show up for big tournaments.

He began strong with a one-under 69 Thursday, followed by an even-par 70 Friday. Unfortunately, he faltered down the stretch Saturday, recording bogeys on the 17th and 18th holes to end his round with a two-over 72.

Still, Spieth is one over for the tournament, and although he may not quite be in contention to win Sunday, he has the ability to post a low number.

Always fun to watch, the talkative Spieth is known for his conversations with his caddie on the course. Shane Bacon of Yahoo Sports picked up a rather comical discussion between them:

At just 20 years of age, Spieth is one of the most talented up-and-coming players on the tour. A solid round Sunday will bode well for what should be a very promising future for this young golfer.

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