World number one Brooks Koepka will play with Francesco Molinari at the U.S. Open while Tiger Woods is grouped with Jordan Spieth.
Ahead of the second major of the year at Bethpage Black, Francesco Molinari discussed his collapse at last month's Masters.
Masters champion Tiger Woods has been grouped with Francesco Molinari and Brooks Koepka for the US PGA Championship.
After Tiger Woods triumphed by a solitary stroke at Augusta National, we look at how an extraordinary final round unfolded.
Tiger Woods ended his 11-year wait for major glory at the Masters on Sunday and Tony Finau plans to tell his son: "I was there".
Fourteen years on from his last triumph at Augusta National, Tiger Woods won the Masters for a fourth time on Sunday.
There were dramatic scenes at Augusta's 12th hole, not for the first time, as Francesco Molinari made a double-bogey when leading by two.
With nine holes remaining at the Masters, Tiger Woods was just one shot off the lead, which continued to be held by Francesco Molinari.
Bogeys on the fifth hole for Tiger Woods and Tony Finau left Francesco Molinari three clear with 13 to play at the Masters.
Tiger Woods was two off the pace as the final round of the Masters began at the unusual time of 7:30am at Augusta National.