The 2013 British Open concluded the first round of play at Muirfield on Thursday with just 20 players under par.
You can be sure that Day 2 on Friday will test the world's best golfers to the limit.
American Zach Johnson, winner of the 2007 Masters, took the first-round lead with a brilliant 66-stroke effort that included just 26 putts. While he was dealing on Thursday, Johnson and his playing partners will be facing different conditions in Round 2 with an afternoon tee time.
Mark O'Meara, the 1998 British Open champion, and relative unknown Rafael Cabrera-Bello finished in second place on Thursday at four-under par while a quartet of contenders tied for fourth at three-under par.
Here's a look at when to catch the Day 2 action, along with tee times for every golfer in the field at Muirfield.
TV Schedule (via ESPN.com)
4 a.m.-3 p.m. ET on ESPN
The Open Championship Today: 3-6 p.m. ET on ESPN
Best of The Open Championship encore presentation: 7-10 p.m. ET on ESPN
Day 2 Tee Times for the 2013 British Open (Via TheOpen.com)
Grant Forrest (A)
Rhys Pugh (A)
Matthew Fitzpatrick (A)
Steven Fox (A)
Bo Van Pelt
Eduardo de la Riva
Ben Stow (A)
Miguel Angel Jimenez
Garrick Porteous (A)
Jimmy Mullen (A)
*Note: All times BST. For ET, subtract six hours. (A) denotes amateurs.
The course played as fast as lightning on Thursday and it's bound to get even faster over the course of the weekend. At one point during his first round, Woods hit a six-iron 285 yards, as noted by Jason Sobel of the Golf Channel:
Thankfully, the weather forecast calls for sunshine and relatively little wind (by Scottish standards). Golfers who can hit precise shots off the tee and into the greens will continue to put up scores under par while players who are off the mark will struggle to make the cut.
Can Woods and Mickelson continue to play well heading into the weekend?
Is there any way Spieth can keep up his stellar play?
Will Johnson continue to make the difficult course at Muirfield look easy or will he run into trouble?
These are but a few of the many questions that will be answered on Friday, July 19. This year's British Open is proving to be an exciting tournament thus far with so many excellent players at, or near, the top of the leaderboard.
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