Final round tee timings for the Tokyo Olympics golf tournament, with McIlroy and Casey vying for a medal.

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Final round tee timings for the Tokyo Olympics golf tournament, with McIlroy and Casey vying for a medal.

Round four of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Golf will be held at Kasumigaseki Country Club.

At 3:09 a.m. BST, Team GB golfer Paul Casey will play in the last group of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic golf competition, against Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama and tournament leader Xander Schauffele of the United States.

On Saturday, Casey fired a five-under-par 66 in his third round, putting him at 12-under-par for the tournament, just two shots behind leader Schauffele.

Rory McIlroy of Team Ireland is also in contention for gold, sitting one shot back on 11-under following a four-under-par 67 on day three of his Olympic debut.

At 2:58 a.m. BST, McIlroy joins Carlos Ortiz of Mexico and Sebastian Munoz of Colombia in the penultimate group, just behind Casey and co.

Casey’s Team GB teammate Tommy Fleetwood will be four strokes behind McIlroy in the final round on 10-under. On the first tee at 2:47 a.m., he will be accompanied by Austrian Sepp Straka and Chilean Mito Pereira.

The tee times for day four are listed below.

Puerto Rico’s Rafael CAMPOS Malaysian Gavin GREEN Czech Republic’s Ondrej Lieser

Philippines, Juvic PAGNUSAN New Zealander Ryan FOX India’s Udayan MANE

CHAROENKUL, Thailand (Gunn) Finland’s Kalle SAMOOJA Spain’s Jorge CAMPILLO

Sweden’s Henrik NORLANDER Australia’s Marc LEISHMAN JOHANNESSEN, Norway’s Kristian Krogh

Japan’s Rikuya HOSHINO South African Garrick HIGGO Poland’s Adrian MERONK

France’s Antoine ROZNER China’s Ashun WU Adri ARNAUS, ARNAUS, ARNAUS, ARNAUS, ARNA

USA’s Justin THOMAS Germany’s Max KIEFFER LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG LONG L

Norway’s Viktor HOVLAND South Korean Si Woo Kim Patrick Reed, United States of America

France’s Romain LANGASQUE Austrian Matthias SCHWAB Italy’s Renato PARATORE

Jazz THAILAND’S JANEWATTANANOND Paraguayan Fabrizio ZANOTTI FINLAND’S Sami VALIMAKI

India’s Anirban LAHIRI YUAN, Yechun, China Denmark’s Rasmus HOJGAARD

VEGAS, Jhonattan Jhonattan Jhonattan Jhonattan Jhon South Korea’s Sungjae IM Sweden’s Alex NOREN

Mackenzie HUGHES, Canada C.T. PAN, Chinese Taipei Slovakia’s Rory SABBATINI

Zimbabwean Scott VINCENT South African Christiaan BEZUIDENHOUT Canada’s Corey CONNERS

Belgium’s Thomas DETRY Denmark’s Joachim HANSEN USA’s Collin Morikawa

Italy’s Guido MIGLIOZZI Chilean Joaquin NIEMANN Belgium’s Thomas PIETERS

Ireland’s Shane LOWRY Mexico’s Abraham ANCER Australia’s Cameron SMITH

Great Britain’s Tommy FLEETWOOD Austrian Sepp Straka Mito PEREIRA, PEREIRA, Mito, Mito, Mito, Mito

Mexico’s Carlos ORTIZ Colombian Sebastian MUNOZ Ireland’s Rory MCILROY

SCHAUFFELE, Xander, SCHAUFFELE, SCHAUFFELE, SCHAUFFELE, Japan’s Hideki MATSUYAMA Great Britain’s Paul CASEY

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