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On the tee: U.S. Open Championship

On the tee: U.S. Open Championship

Race to Dubai ChampionFrancesco Molinariwill get his bid for a second Major under way alongside two time defending championBrooks Koepkaat the U.S. Open.

Francesco Molinari

Koepka became the first player ever to be a two time reigning champion at simultaneous Majors when he won the US PGA Championship last month and he and Open Champion Molinari will tee off the first at 1.47pm at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

NorwegianViktor Hovlandwill complete the trio on the course where he won the US Amateur last season.

Brooks Koepka lifts the U.S. Open Championship trophy after winning the 2018 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills

Northern Ireland'sRory McIlroywill go in search of a fifth Major in California and he will tee off the tenth at 7.51am alongside Spaniard Jon Rahmand AustralianMarc Leishman.

GermanMartin Kaymer- the 2014 winner - tees off with two time championErnie Elsand AmericanZach Johnsonat the same time on the first.

Race to Dubai leaderKevin Kisnergoes off at 8.02am in an all American group alongside Bryson DeChambeau andJustin Thomas, with Ireland'sShane Lowry, Englishman Tyrrell Hattonand America'sGary Woodlandstarting 11 minutes later.

Justin Rose

Justin Rose- the 2013 champion - is sure to take a big crowd with him when he tees off in the company of Masters Tournament ChampionTiger Woodsand in-formJordan Spiethat 2.09pm.

Matt Wallaceachieved his best Major finish at the US PGA Championship and he is part of a trio of reigning European Tour winners to go off the first at 8.24am alongside AmericanXander Schauffeleand AustralianCameron Smith.

England'sTommy Fleetwoodand SpaniardSergio Garcia tee off the tenth at the same time alongside Japan'sHideki Matsuyama.

For a full list of tee times clickhere.

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