Rory McIlroy will partner Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth in the first two rounds of the US PGA Championship.
McIlroy will be looking to win his fifth major and his third second PGA title, having previously won the Wanamaker Trophy back in 2012 and 2014.
Playing alongside 15 -time major winner Woods, who has won the tournament four times, as well as Spieth who is bidding to complete the career grand slam.
Spieth needs to lift the Wanamaker Trophy to become just the sixth player to have won all four major titles after Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen.
The trio will get their campaign under way at 8:11am local time (2:15pm Irish time) on Thursday at Southern Hills, where Woods won his 13th major title the last time the course hosted the US PGA in 2007.
Another high-profile group sees the top three players in the world, and holders of the game's other three major titles, playing together, with Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa teeing off at 7.36pm Irish time.
Scheffler's victory in the Masters was his fourth in the space of 57 days, a brilliant run of form which saw him overhaul US Open champion Rahm at the top of the rankings.
Morikawa won his first major title in the 2020 US PGA at Harding Park and won the Open Championship at Royal St George’s last year.
Padraig Harrington tees off alongside fellow major winners Stuart Cink and Jason Duffner; the 2008 champion begins his campaign at 8:06am (2:06pm Irish time).
Shane Lowry is also playing in a major winning three-ball as the 2019 Open champion tees it up alongside Brooks Koepka and Adam Scott (7:03pm IST).
Seamus Power makes up the Irish quartet at the second major of the year, playing alongside former Irish Open winner Russell Knox and American Scott Stallings.