We bring you the tee times for the 2014 US Open golf championship, being held at Pinehurst No 2 course in North Carolina from June 12-15.
Of the four Major golf championships, the US Open most resembles the US PGA in terms of the draw format and the order in which the players tee off in the first two rounds.
Unlike the Masters and the Open Championship in which the competitors only start from the first tee, at the US Open they also play the back nine first.
It means that instead of one continuous flow of groups arriving on the first tee throughout Thursday and Friday, the 156-man field is split down the middle so that one half goes out in the morning and the other half in the afternoon.
Each half is then divided in two again, so that 39 players will start in turn from the first tee and 39 from the 10th tee in the morning – and the same also happens in the afternoon.
Every player in the line-up will have one morning and one afternoon round on Thursday and Friday, whichever way around, likewise starting on both the front and back nine.
The fact this year’s US Open again takes place in the east of the United States will help European golf fans as it will be easier to follow, especially the climax on Sunday evening which should conclude just after midnight.
When the tournament is held on the west coast, such as in 2010 and 2012, it tends not to finish until around 3am Monday morning UK time.