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The Tour Report
  • U.S. Open: Rd. 3 afternoon groups to watch

  • Brendon Todd will start the final round six shots behind Martin Kaymer. (Getty Images/Ross Kinnaird) Brendon Todd will start the final round six shots behind Martin Kaymer. (Getty Images/Ross Kinnaird)

PINEHURST, N.C. – The final pairing of Martin Kaymer and Brendon Todd tees off at 3:25 p.m. All eyes will be on Kaymer, who starts the final round with a six-shot lead. Here’s a look at some other groups to watch Saturday:

> Phil Mickelson-Webb Simpson: This final pairing before noon puts two fan favorites together. Mickelson, who will start the third round 13 shots behind Kaymer, was hoping to complete the career Grand Slam this week. Simpson, who grew up an hour away in Raleigh, North Carolina, won his first major at the 2012 U.S. Open. (11:56 a.m.)

> Victor Dubuisson-Jimmy Walker: The runner-up from the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play plays alongside the FedExCup leader. Both players are at 2-over 142. (1:02 p.m.)

> Steve Stricker-Rickie Fowler: The former Ryder Cup teammates are at 141 and 140, respectively. (1:46 p.m.)

> Adam Scott-Jordan Spieth: The 2013 Masters champion plays with this year’s Masters runner-up. Scott is at even-par 140, while Spieth is one stroke better.(2:19 p.m.)

> Matt Kuchar-Henrik Stenson: Two former PLAYERS champions are chasing this year’s winner at TPC Sawgrass. Kuchar is at 139, while Stenson is 138. (2:41 p.m.)

> Dustin Johnson-Brooks Koepka: Koepka was still an amateur when he played his first U.S. Open just two years ago. Johnson is seeking his first major after winning his first World Golf Championship earlier this season; now he's seeking his first major. Koepka earned special temporary membership on the PGA TOUR this season. Both players are at 2-under 138. (3:03 p.m.)

> Brandt Snedeker-Kevin Na: Both players are seven shots behind Kaymer. Snedeker is a former FedExCup champion, while Na said he has overcome his back injury that plagued him last year. (3:14 p.m.)

> Brendon Todd-Martin Kaymer: Kaymer is trying to become the first person to win THE PLAYERS and U.S. Open in the same season. Todd won his first TOUR title at the HP Byron Nelson Championship and followed it up with two more top-10s. He went to high school in nearby Cary, N.C. (3:25 p.m.)