SILVIS, Illinois - Tee times for the John Deere Classic were unveiled Tuesday.
Among the notables, Zach Johnson, Wesley Bryan and three-time champion Steve Stricker start on the 10th hole at 8 a.m. Thursday.
Defending champion Bryson DeChambeau, Davis Love III and 2016 JDC champion Ryan Moore will be on the first hole at 1:10 p.m. Thursday.
Links from the links: John Deere Classic
+ A 16-year-old earned the right to carry the clubs for Australian golf pro Steven Bowditch at this week's John Deere Classic. He says helping Bowditch make his first 2018 cut on Friday "would be a great birthday present."
Kids day at JDC! pic.twitter.com/oKTLch4rpW— Jay Kidwell (@jaykidwellwhbf) July 10, 2018
Back out to @TPCDeereRun this morning for more John Deere Classic coverage. Here's my look at Joaquin Niemann, who's taken the #PGATour by storm in just eight tournaments as a pro this season. #Golf pic.twitter.com/lCdOvDD346— Adam Rossow (@AdamJRossow) July 10, 2018
+ 19-year-old Chilean phenom Joaquín Niemann enters his first ever John Deere Classic coming off a fifth place finish at Greenbrier.
+ Former PGA Tour player Davis Love III talks about his son competing in the John Deere Classic.
+ Jay Kidwell takes on Clair Peterson at TPC Deere Run in their annual Go 4 It golf battle.
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