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US Open Final Round Tee Times

The fourth and final round of the 113th United States Open takes center stage on the sports world as the best players in the world take to East Course of the Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pennsylvania for the final round today. The US Open Final Round Tee Times are listed below in completion. The day gets going with Robert Karlsson playing by himself and ends with both Phil Mickelson and Hunter Mahan in the final grouping.

Two Americans are in the last group for this country's national championship of golf. But will an American be able to best the field on Sunday and win the US Open? Currently Bookmaker has Phil Mickelson as the favorite to win the US Open, drawing nearly 2.5/1 odds to complete the final round today and finish atop the standings. Mahan is just a few notches down at 8/1 odds for the tournament, even though he is in the final pairing.

This is going to come down to a fantastic finish on Father's Day in the United States with the US Open up for grabs. Right behind Mickelson are a group of three players just one shot off the lead in Charl Schwartzel, Steve Stricker and Mahan. They, along with Mickelson, make up the top four guys with a chance to win this tournament, according to the oddsmakers.

Mickelson has won four majors in his career but hasn't been able to get the victory in the US Open. Yet, he's been in contention several times — he's finished second or tied for second five times in this tournament. He's also led going into the final round as well, as most will remember the wild finish in the 2006 US Open when Mickelson lost at Winged Foot. Yes, the one where all he needed to do was par his 72nd hole of the tournament and he would have won. Yet, he decided to hit driver and blasted the ball out of bounds and ended up watching Geoff Ogilvy hoist the trophy. Better believe he still has that in his memory.

Current US Open odds

JUSTIN ROSE     +850
LUKE DONALD     +950
JASON DAY     +1400

US Open Final Round Tee Times

Group Time Players
130 8:44 am  Karlsson, Robert
131 8:55 am  Khan, Simon  Sutherland, Kevin
132 9:06 am  Stanley, Kyle  Stefani, Shawn
133 9:17 am  Hedblom, Peter  Phelan, Kevin
134 9:28 am  Peterson, John  Weaver, Michael
135 9:39 am  Howell, David  Kaymer, Martin
136 9:50 am  Herman, Jim  Weibring, Matt
137 10:01 am  Presnell, Alistair  Weir, Mike
138 10:12 am  Alker, Steven  Johnson, Dustin
139 10:23 am  Laird, Martin  Stallings, Scott
140 10:34 am  Teater, Josh  Thompson, Nicholas
141 10:45 am  Chappell, Kevin  Ogilvy, Geoff
142 10:56 am  Coetzee, George  Knox, Russell
143 11:07 am  Pettersson, Carl  Siem, Marcel
144 11:18 am  Garcia, Sergio  Simpson, Webb
145 11:29 am  Choi, K.J.  Hearn, David
146 11:40 am  Kim, Bio  Scott, Adam
147 11:51 am  Langley, Scott  Matsuyama, Hideki
148 12:02 pm  Bettencourt, Matt  Woods, Tiger
149 12:13 pm  Harrington, Padraig  Parry, John
150 12:24 pm  Huh, John  Kuchar, Matt
151 12:35 pm  Donaldson, Jamie  Pan, Cheng Tsung
152 12:46 pm  Goggin, Mathew  Snedeker, Brandt
153 12:57 pm  Madsen, Morten Orum  McIlroy, Rory
154 1:08 pm  Dufner, Jason  Kelly, Jerry
155 1:19 pm  Loar, Edward  Watson, Bubba
156 1:30 pm  Els, Ernie  Van Pelt, Bo
157 1:41 pm  Hoffman, Charley  Westwood, Lee
158 1:52 pm  Casey, Paul  Lawrie, Paul
159 2:03 pm  Lingmerth, David  Senden, John
160 2:14 pm  Colsaerts, Nicolas  Poulter, Ian
161 2:25 pm  Fdez-Castano, Gonzalo  Stenson, Henrik
162 2:36 pm  Fowler, Rickie  Kim, Michael
163 2:47 pm  Day, Jason  Horschel, Billy
164 2:58 pm  Donald, Luke  Rose, Justin
165 3:09 pm  Schwartzel, Charl  Stricker, Steve
166 3:20 pm  Mahan, Hunter  Mickelson, Phil

US Open at Merion Facts — This will be the fifth U.S. Open played at Merion's East Course, which opened in 1912. The past champions are: Olin Dutra in 1934, Ben Hogan in 1950, Lee Trevino in 1971, and David Graham in 1981. The course has also hosted the U.S. Amateur six times: Bobby Jones won at Merion in 1924 and 1930, the latter completed his grand slam. He also competed here in his and Merion's first U.S. Amateur in 1916; Jones was a quarterfinalist at age 14 and the champion was Chick Evans, who also won the U.S. Open in 1916, the first to win both titles in the same year.

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