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United States: departure times on Sunday, live updates, scores, how to watch, television

Gary Woodland was at the top of the standings before Sunday's final. (David J. Phillip / AP)

Gary Woodland, 35, looking for his first major title, had a one – shot lead before the last round of the US Open, Father 's Day, at Pebble Beach, but trouble in the form of several stars with major victories on their life curriculum is on his heels.

Woodland was at 11 under with a steady round on Saturday moving day, but the contestants are hiding. Justin Rose, the 2013 US Open champion, was alone in second place with 10 points under the dangerous Brooks Koepka, who was attempting to win a third straight row at the US Open, in third place at 7. under, alongside Louis Oosthuizen and Chez Reavie, champions of the British Open 2010. And after the match on Saturday, Rory McIlroy was 6 years old.

Woodland, associated with Rose, will try to retain the stars from 14:30. (Eastern Time).

Do not look for Tiger Woods on one of his patented Father's Day days. Woods, starting at 11:56 (ET), will start well outside the race, 11 strokes from Woodland.

How to watch

All hours of the East

TV: Fox, from 2 pm to 10 am

Diffusion: USOpen.com, FoxSports.com or the Fox Sports app. USOpen.com will also feature featured bands starting at 12pm. From 9 pm and the holes described (numbers 7, 8 and 17) from 14 hours. at 9 pm

Sergio Garcia and Jordan Spieth will be featured at 14:01.

Departure times

All hours of the East

7:21 – Michael Thorbjornsen (a)

19:32 – Bernd Wiesberger, Justin Walters

7:43 am – Cameron Smith, Chip McDaniel

7:54 am – Charlie Danielson, Luke Donald

8:05 – Kyle Stanley, Zach Johnson

8:16 am – Kevin Kisner, Andy Pope

8:27 AM – Marcus Kinhult, Brian Stuard

8:38 – Rafa Cabrera Bello, Brandt Snedeker

8:49 am – Clement Sordet, Daniel Berger

9:00 am – Andrew Putnam, Adri Arnaus

9:11 am – Tommy Fleetwood, Aaron Wise

9:22 – Sepp Straka, Harris English

9:33 – Phil Mickelson, Charles Howell III

9:44 – Emiliano Grillo, Rory Sabbatini

Billy Hurley III, Bryson DeChambeau

10h06 – Collin Morikawa, Erik Van Rooyen

10:17 am – Patrick Reed, Carlos Ortiz

10:28 – Paul Casey, Webb Simpson

10:39 am: Tom Hoge, Chandler Eaton (a)

10:50 am – Martin Kaymer Rhys Enoch

11:01 – Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth

11:12 AM – Jason Dufner, Billy Horschel

11:23 AM – Rickie Fowler, Alex Prugh

11:34 – Nick Taylor, Shane Lowry

11:45 – Haotong Li, Viktor Hovland (a)

11:56 – Tiger Woods, Marc Leishman

12:07 pm – Jason Day Tyrrell Hatton

12:18 pm – Jim Furyk, Matt Fitzpatrick

12:29 pm – Hideki Matsuyama, Patrick Cantlay

12:40 pm – Scott Piercy, Francesco Molinari

12:51 – Dustin Johnson, Brandon Wu (a)

13:02 – Nate Lashley, Abraham Ancer

13:13 – Adam Scott, Xander Schauffele

1:24 pm – Byeong Hun An, Matt Wallace

1:35 pm – Henrik Stenson, Jon Rahm

1:46 pm – Graeme McDowell, Danny Willett

1:57 pm – Chesson Hadley, Matt Kuchar

14:08 – Rory McIlroy, Louis Oosthuizen

14:19 – At Reavie, Brooks Koepka

2:30 pm in the afternoon. – Justin Rose, Gary Woodland

Background reading

Gary Woodland leads US Open with a shot, with some stars taking charge

A sort of singer of an American Open appeared to be sprouting on the seaside on Saturday when the suitors left and offered to the crowded galleries a breathtaking spectacle of carnival fire and courage. He left a leader board heading for Sunday 's final with a handful of stars still chasing a semi – anonymous Kansan, as they did all day Saturday with aplomb. Gary Woodland of Kansan decorated the Pebble Beach Golf Links with unfathomable backups scattered amidst athletic stability. (Read more)

Boswell: US Open, as the most challenging test of golf, can give amazing winners. Gary Woodland could be next.

The US Golf Association still meets its goal of "identifying the best golfer" with its tough tests – except in many cases, such as Jack Fleck, Ed Furgol, Lawson Little, Sam Parks and Olin Dutra, when his winners went on good players, but unlikely champions to absurd. So, when everyone agrees that Brooks Koepka will win his third consecutive victory at the US Open on Sunday, you can tell them, "Not so fast." (Read More)

Boswell: Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods paint a sharp contrast in the second round of the open American tournament.

In the blink of an eye, two golfers have become the center of their sport. Brooks Koepka has arrived. And Tiger Woods came back. In a game full of top players and fine narrative lines, they stand out. (Read more)

A dishonest golf cart hurts five spectators at the American opening

An angry golf cart hit and injured five people near Pebble Beach's 16th hole during the second round of the US opening on Friday. (Read more)

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