Early arrivals Monday at Omaha Country Club could be treated to practice rounds by Fred Funk and Tom Lehman.
The list of practice round tee times, subject to change, shows Funk teeing off on the first hole with Esteban Toledo, the first Mexican to win on the Champions Tour, and Don Thames at 7 a.m.
At 8:03 a.m., Lehman is scheduled to play with Gary Hallberg, Jim Carter and Bill Israelson off the first tee.
Others starting on the first hole are expected to include Bill Glasson at 7:42 a.m., Traditions champion David Frost at 8:45 a.m., and Senior PGA champion Kohki Idoki and 1996 U.S. Open champion Steve Jones at 9:06 a.m.
Scheduled to begin practice rounds on the 10th tee are Steve Lowery at 8:55 a.m., Jay Don Blake at 9:06 a.m. and 1999 Senior Open winner Dave Eichelberger at 12:55 p.m.
Tee times will be updated on video boards near the front entrance.
Cochran out with injury
Russ Cochran withdrew Sunday from the championship because of a wrist injury. The left-hander hurt the wrist during the Senior Players Championship.
Cochran, the 2011 Senior British Open champion, will be replaced by amateur Don Reycroft, of Norfolk, Mass., the first alternate from the Marion, Mass., sectional qualifying site.
Reycroft shot 73 at The Kittansett Club. He claimed the first alternate spot in a four-man playoff.
Also added to the field Sunday was Roy Vucinich of Moon Township, Pa. His spot became available when an eligible senior player did not win this week's PGA Tour event.
Vucinich, a 66-year-old professional, competed in sectional qualifying June 21 at Valley Brook Country Club in McMurray, Pa. Vucinich, who shot 71 to claim the first alternate position, will play in his fifth U.S. Senior Open, but the first since 2005.
Exhibit shows golf, science
The Chevron STEM Zone exhibit, located near the main entrance, will be the first stop for kids arriving at the U.S. Senior Open.
The student-friendly experience highlights the science of golf through a variety of learning stations, including ones where students gain hands-on experience in aerodynamics and motion to discover how velocity and lift affect the flight of a golf ball. Other exhibits feature demonstrations of slope and acceleration.
STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and math.
On Wednesday, kids can go from the exhibit to the practice range at 2 p.m. for a golf skills challenge with former U.S. Senior Open champion Funk, 2001 Heisman Trophy winner Eric Crouch and San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead.
Throughout tournament week, youth 17 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult, who can bring up to nine kids. The front row in each grandstand is reserved for kids.