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Steve Stricker: the defending champ tees off at 1255 local, 2255 UK

Steve Stricker: the defending champ tees off at 1255 local, 2255 UK

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Tee-off times in the first round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Kapalua Plantation GC, Kapalua, Hawaii

(USA unless stated, all times Local. Hawaii is 10hrs behind UK):

Starting at hole 1

1035 Rickie Fowler, Jason Dufner

1045 Matt Kuchar, Webb Simpson

1055 Keegan Bradley, John Huh (Kor)

1105 Ian Poulter (Eng), Jonas Blixt (Swe)

1115 Marc Leishman (Aus), Ted Potter, Jr.

1125 Kyle Stanley, Scott Stallings

1135 George McNeill, Ryan Moore

1145 Ben Curtis, Mark Wilson

1155 Johnson Wagner, J J Henry

1205 Carl Pettersson (Swe), Scott Piercy

1215 Zach Johnson, Hunter Mahan

1225 Charlie Beljan, Tommy Gainey

1235 Bill Haas, Nick Watney

1245 Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson

1255 Brandt Snedeker, Steve Stricker

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