Tiger Woods will tee off alongside Davis Love and Keegan Bradley for the first two rounds of the 95th PGA Championship after the draw was made on Friday.
Groups were announced for the year's final major tournament that begins next Thursday at Oak Hill Country Club, with 14-time major winner Woods trying to capture his first major title since the 2008 US Open.
World number one Woods, a four-time winner this year, will tee off alongside 2011 PGA Championship winner Bradley and 49-year-old Davis Love, the 1997 PGA Championship winner at 8:35 Thursday morning off the 10th tee and go off the first tee on Friday afternoon.
British Open winner Phil Mickelson will tee off Thursday on the first hole at 1:45 p.m. alongside US Open champion Justin Rose of England and Masters winner Adam Scott of Australia in the traditional grouping of the year's prior major winners.
Defending champion Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, who won last year at Kiawah Island, will join prior PGA Championship winners Martin Kaymer of Germany and Vijay Singh of Fiji off the first tee at 1:25 p.m. Thursday and at the 10th tee on Friday morning.
Other notable groups off the first tee Thursday afternoon include England's Lee Westwood, South Africa's Tim Clark and American Bubba Watson as well as England's Luke Donald, Spain's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and American Jordan Spieth just behind McIlroy's group and just ahead of the reigning major winners.
Past PGA Championship winners Rich Beem, Mark Brooks and Shaun Micheel -- Americans who have combined for no wins since their major breakthroughs -- are paired together off the first tee Thursday morning.
Other groups going off the 10th tee Thursday morning will include past PGA winners David Toms, Yang Yong-Eun of South Korea and Irishman Padraig Harrington. They are just behind South African Ernie Els, Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell and American Bill Haas.