British Open 2019: Tee times for Saturday’s third round at Portrush

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PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland — Two down, two to go. A total of 71 golfers shot one-over 143 or better during the opening 36 holes of the 148th Open Championship, advancing to the weekend with hopes of walking away from Royal Portrush late Sunday night with the claret jug.

There were of course some notable names who won’t be teeing off on Saturday: major champions Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Keegan Bradley all missed the cut by a shot. Other marquee players missing from the tee sheet: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Darren Clarke, Gary Woodland, Padraig Harrington and Adam Scott.

But enough about those who aren’t sticking around. Those that are will find themselves teeing off a little later than normal for a Saturday at the Open. The first player off, Paul Waring, begins at 9:35 a.m. local time, or 4:35 on the East Coast. The final twosome of J.B. Holmes and Shane Lowry, co-leaders at eight under 134, don’t start until 3:50 p.m. local time (10:50 a.m. EDT). In other words, East Coasters who got up early to watch Thursday and Friday’s rounds can sleep in a bit.

Here’s the complete order of play:

SATURDAY Tee Times
Local/East Coast Time
All players starting on the first tee

9.35 am/4.35 am
Paul WARING, +1

9.45 am/4.45 amFrancesco MOLINARI, +1
Jason KOKRAK, +1

9.55 am/4.55 am
Graeme MCDOWELL, +1
Bubba WATSON, +1

10.05 am/5.05 am
Charley HOFFMAN, +1
Ashton TURNER, +1

10.15 am/5.15 am
Yosuke ASAJI, +1
Andrew WILSON, +1

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10.25 am/5.25 am
Yuki INAMORI, +1
Matthew WALLACE, +1

10.35 am/5.35 am
Nino BERTASIO, +1
Tom LEWIS, +1

10.45 am/5.45 am
Adam HADWIN, +1
Ryan FOX, +1

11 am/6 am
Innchoon HWANG, +1
Benjamin HEBERT, E

__ 11.10 am/6.10 am__
Paul CASEY, E
Kyle STANLEY, E

11.20 am/6.20 am
Eddie PEPPERELL, E
Doc REDMAN, E

11.30 am/6.30 am
Kevin STREELMAN, E
Joost LUITEN, E

11.40 am/6.40 am
Shubhankar SHARMA, E
Louis OOSTHUIZEN, E

11.50 am/6.50 am
Stewart CINK, E
Callum SHINKWIN, -1

12 pm/7 am
Jim FURYK,-1
Kevin KISNER, -1

12.10 pm/7.10 am
Bernd WIESBERGER, -1
Russell KNOX, -1

12.20 pm/7.20 am
Kiradech APHIBARNRAT, -1
Mikko KORHONEN, -1

12.35 pm/7.35 am
Sergio GARCIA, -1
Branden GRACE, -1

12.45 pm/7.45 am
Romain LANGASQUE, -1
Sang Hyun PARK, -1

12.55 pm/7.55 am
Patrick CANTLAY, -1
Lucas GLOVER, -1

1.05 pm/8.05 am
Danny WILLETT, -1
Aaron WISE, -1

1.15 pm
Justin THOMAS, -1
Robert MACINTYRE, -2

1.25 pm/8.25 am
Matthew FITZPATRICK, -2
Ernie ELS, -2

1.35 pm/8.35 am
Thorbjorn OLESEN, -2
Thomas PIETERS, -2

1.45 pm/8.45 am
Rory SABBATINI, -2
Byeong Hun AN, -2

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1.55 pm/8.55 am
Rickie FOWLER, -3
Xander SCHAUFFELE, -3

2.10 pm/9.10 am
Henrik STENSON, -3
Webb SIMPSON, -3

2.20 pm/9.20 am
Alex NOREN, -3
Dustin Johnson, -3

2.30 pm/9.30 am
Tyrrell HATTON, -3
Matt KUCHAR, -4

2.40 pm/9.40 am
Jon RAHM, -4
Patrick REED, -4

2.50 pm/9.50 am
Lucas BJERREGAARD, -4
Tony FINAU, -4

3 pm/10 am
Erik VAN ROOYEN, -4
Dylan FRITTELLI, -5

3.10 pm/10.10 am
Andrew PUTNAM, -5
Jordan SPIETH, -5

3.20 pm/10.20 am
Brooks KOEPKA, -5
Justin ROSE, -6

3.30 pm/10.30 am
Justin HARDING, -6
Cameron SMITH, -6

3.40 pm/10.40 am
Lee WESTWOOD, -7
Tommy FLEETWOOD, -7

3.50 pm/10.50 am
Shane LOWRY, -8
J.B. HOLMES, -8

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