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World No 1 Rory McIlroy will tee off at the 10th tee in a group that includes Tiger Woods and Germany's Martin Kaymer.
World No 1 Rory McIlroy will tee off at the 10th tee in a group that includes Tiger Woods and Germany's Martin Kaymer.

Tee Times for Thursday's Opening Round of the Abu Dhabi Championship

Richard Green, Niclas Fasth and Espen Kofstad will get things started at 7.20am on the first tee in the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.

Tee 1

7.20am: Richard Green, Niclas Fasth, Espen Kofstad; 7.30am: Alejandro Canizares, Martin Wiegele, Thomas Aiken; 7.40am: Julien Quesne, Prom Meesawat, Craig Lee; 7.50am: Joost Luiten, Paul Waring, James Morrison

 

8am: Steve Webster, Michael Hoey, Oliver Fisher; 8.10am: Gregory Havret, Peter Lawrie, Marc Warren; 8.20am: Todd Hamilton, Raphael Jacquelin, Ricardo Gonzalez; 8.30am: Anthony Wall, Andy Sullivan, Chris Doak; 8.40am: Johan Edfors, Marcel Siem, Kristoffer Broberg; 8.50am: Tom Lewis, David Howell, Mark Foster

 

11.35am: Gaganjeet Bhullar, Ricardo Santos, Chris Paisley; 11.45am: Jorge Campillo, Andreas Harto, Paul McGinley; 11.55am: Padraig Harrington, Peter Hanson, Paul Lawrie

 

12.05pm: Ernie Els, Justin Rose, Robert Rock; 12.15pm: Thomas Bjorn, Paul Casey, Darren Clarke; 12.25pm: Jose Maria Olazabal, Matteo Manassero, Colin Montgomerie; 12.35pm: Jeev Milkha Singh, Shane Lowry, Scott Jamieson; 12.45pm: Alexander Levy, Bernd Wiesberger, Chris Wood; 12.55pm: Ignacio Garrico, Jose Manuel Lara, Garth Mulroy

 

1.05pm: Stephen Gallacher, Edoardo Molinari, Christian Cevaer; 1.15pm: Scott Henry, Jean-Baptiste Gonnet, Brett Rumford

 

Tee 10

7.20am: Wen-chong Liang, Maarten Lafeber, SSP Chowrasia; 7.30am: Francesco Molinari, Jason Dufner, Branden Grace; 7.40am: Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Martin Kaymer; 7.50am: George Coetzee, Henrik Stenson, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

 

8am: Jamie Donaldson, Thongchai Jaidee, Richie Ramsay; 8.10am: Thorbjorn Olesen, Danny Willett, Rafael Cabrera-Bello; 8.20am: Hennie Otto, Pablo Larrazabal, Simon Dyson; 8.30am: Michael Campbell, Alexandre Kaleka, Lee Slattery; 8.40am: Simon Wakefield, James Barry "Jbe" Kruger, Fabrizio Zanotti; 8.50am: David Drysdale, Gregory Bourdy, Matthew Baldwin

 

11.35am: Victor Dubuisson, Alessandro Tadini, Tommy Fleetwood; 11.45am: Thomas Levet, Anders Hansen, Alexander Noren; 11.55am: Fredrik Andersson Hed, Emiliano Grillo, Lorenzo Gagli

 

12.05pm: Keith Horne, Phillip Price, Marcus Fraser; 12.15pm: JB Hansen, Gary Lockerbie, Sohail Al Marzouqi-a; 12.25pm: Darren Fichardt, Richard Finch, Gareth Maybin; 12.35pm: Callum Nicol, Romain Wattel, Jaco Van Zyl; 12.45pm: Richard Bland, Simon Khan, David Horsey; 12.55pm: Mikko Ilonen, Andrew Dodt, Felipe Aguilar

 

1.05pm: Peter Whiteford, Robert Coles, Graeme Storm; 1.15pm: Soren Kjeldsen, Damien McGrane, Joel Sjoholm

 

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