Tour Championship R1 tee-times

Last Updated: 19/09/12 1:08pm

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Rory and Tiger: Last group out at 1355 local (1855 UK)

Rory and Tiger: Last group out at 1355 local (1855 UK)

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Tee-off times in the first round of the USPGA Tour TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola - East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America

(USA unless stated, all times Local, UK is 5hrs ahead):

Starting at hole 1

1135 John Senden (Aus), Scott Piercy
1145 Rickie Fowler, Ryan Moore
1155 Webb Simpson, John Huh (Kor)
1205 Hunter Mahan, Justin Rose (Eng)
1215 Adam Scott (Aus), Ernie Els (Rsa)
1225 Bo Van Pelt, Robert Garrigus
1235 Carl Pettersson (Swe), Jim Furyk
1245 Luke Donald (Eng), Matt Kuchar
1255 Steve Stricker, Keegan Bradley
1305 Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia (Spa)
1315 Zach Johnson, Jason Dufner
1325 Dustin Johnson, Lee Westwood (Eng)
1335 Brandt Snedeker, Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa)
1345 Nick Watney, Phil Mickelson
1355 Rory McIlroy (NIrl), Tiger Woods

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