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PGA Championships 2024 tee times: Round 3 pairings at Valhalla

May 18, 2024

Maddie Meyer/PGA of America

Two rounds in the books at Valhalla Golf Club with two rounds to go. As the 2024 PGA Championship reaches the halfway point—a little later than expected with the second round spilling into Saturday morning and then delayed further by fog—the leaderboard is an intriguing mix of major champions and players looking for a breakthrough victory.

Xander Schauffele, with 12 top-10s but no wins in majors, holds a one-shot lead on Collin Morikawa, a two-time major winner at just age 27. Schauffele followed up a PGA Championship record 62 on Thursday with a three-under 68 to sit at 12 under for the championship as hepositions himself for chance at grabbing an elusive first major.

In third place two shots back of Schauffele is Sahith Theegala, playing in just his ninth major but ranked No. 23 in the world and a star on the rise at age 26.

Arguably, though, all eyes at Valhalla are on Scottie Scheffler. The World No. 1 and reigning Masters champ is three shots off the lead in a tie for fourth—despite the fact that he played second round on Friday only hours after being arrested outside Valhalla Golf Club when he was involved in a traffic dispute with a Louisville police officer.

Because of the delayed resumption of play on Saturday, the PGA of America had to change its plans for the third round. While hoping to have the 78 players who made the cut play in twosomes off the first tee starting at 9 a.m., competitors will now play in threesomes starting off the first and 10th tees. Here’s a look at the complete tee times for Saturday’s third round.

Valhalla Golf Club
The 351-yard 13th. Photographs by Brian Oar
Valhalla Golf Club
Louisville, KY, United States
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Given a difficult piece of land on which to create Valhalla (half the site was floodplain, with high-tension power poles), Jack Nicklaus drew on his training under Pete Dye and Desmond Muirhead to produce a unique design, with an alternate fairway par 5, a par 4 with an island green and an 18th green shaped like a horseshoe. Over the decades, Nicklaus returned periodically to update its challenges, and the club rebuilt bunkers and replaced its soft bent grass fairways with firmer, faster zoysia in 2022. Valhalla has proven to be a great championship site. It has hosted three thrilling PGA Championships, the latest Rory McIlroy’s win in 2014, and will host a fourth in 2024.
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First tee

11:28 AM
Cameron Smith
Max Homa
Jordan Spieth

11:39 AM
Maverick McNealy
Byeong Hun An
Alexander Björk

11:50 AM
Min Woo Lee
Billy Horschel
Patrick Cantlay

12:01 PM
Justin Rose
Jason Day
Shane Lowry

12:12 PM
Alejandro Tosti
Doug Ghim
Rory McIlroy

12:23 PM
Lee Hodges
Alex Noren
Tom Kim

12:34 PM
Lucas Herbert
Justin Thomas
Keegan Bradley

12:45 PM
Brooks Koepka
Taylor Moore
Aaron Rai

12:56 PM
Matt Wallace
Hideki Matsuyama
Robert MacIntyre

1:07 PM
Tony Finau
Dean Burmester
Harris English

1:18 PM
Bryson DeChambeau
Austin Eckroat
Viktor Hovland

1:29 PM
Thomas Detry
Scottie Scheffler
Mark Hubbard

1:40 PM
Xander Schauffele
Collin Morikawa
Sahith Theegala

10th tee

11:33 AM
Kurt Kitayama
Tom Hoge
Will Zalatoris

11:44 AM
Brice Garnett
Jesper Svensson
Patrick Reed

11:55 AM
Luke Donald
Lucas Glover
Russell Henley

12:06 PM
Adam Svensson
Ryo Hisatsune
Zac Blair

12:17 PM
Sebastian Soderberg
Andrew Putnam
Gary Woodland

12:28 PM
Rasmus Højgaard
Cameron Young
Brian Harman

12:39 PM
Thorbjørn Olesen
Brendon Todd
Ben Kohles

12:50 PM
Grayson Murray
Ryan Fox
Adam Hadwin

1:01 PM
Martin Kaymer
Tyrrell Hatton
Jeremy Wells (CP)

1:12 PM
Erik van Rooyen
Jordan Smith
Talor Gooch

1:23 PM
Nicolai Højgaard
Joaquin Niemann
Rickie Fowler

1:34 PM
Braden Shattuck (CP)
S.H. Kim
Stephan Jaeger

1:45 PM
Dustin Johnson
Corey Conners
Tommy Fleetwood