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British Open 2013 Tee Times: A Look Ahead to Day 2 Start Times and Coverage Info
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The 2013 Open Championship is shaping up to be a classic. 

After just one day, we had a top 10 that included a 56-year-old former champion, a 19-year-old burgeoning superstar, a 31-year-old who has never made the cut at a major or won in 164 European Tour starts, a legend who has always struggled at the Open and a three-time Open champion.

For the inquisitive, those players would be, in order, Mark O'Meara, Jordan Spieth, Shiv Kapur, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods

Now that is a leaderboard. 

The storylines from Muirfield are seemingly endless, and as we approach the weekend, the action is only going to become more and more compelling. 

Let's take a look at all the information—tee times, coverage info and moreyou need to know to enjoy Round 2 on Friday. 

 

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Round 2 Tee Times

Note: Times courtesy of TheOpen.com

 

Tee Time (BST) Tee Time (ET) Golfers    

6:32 (a.m)

1:32 (a.m)

Danny Willett 

Y.E. Yang 

Johnson Wagner 

6:43 

1:43

Thaworn Wiratchant 

Lucas Glover 

Oscar Floren 

6:54 

1:54

Boo Weekley 

Sandy Lyle 

Niclas Fasth 

7:05 

2:05

Marcus Fraser 

Grant Forrest (A) 

Mark O'Meara 

7:16 

2:16

Tom Lehman 

Thongchai Jaidee 

Fredrik Jacobson 

7:27 

2:27

Justin Leonard 

Rhys Pugh (A) 

Marc Leishman 

7:38 

2:38

Alvaro Quiros 

Kyle Stanley 

 

7:49 

2:49

Russell Henley 

Jordan Spieth 

Matthew Fitzpatrick (A) 

8:00 

3:00

Padraig Harrington 

Michael Thompson 

Richie Ramsay 

8:11 

3:11

Vijay Singh 

Darren Clarke 

Martin Laird 

8:22 

3:22

Ryan Moore 

Henrik Stenson 

Steven Fox (A) 

8:33 

3:33

Thorbjorn Olesen 

Jim Furyk 

Paul Lawrie 

8:44 

3:44

Geoff Ogilvy 

Harris English 

Stephen Gallacher 

9:00 

4:00

Lee Westwood 

Charl Schwartzel 

Sergio Garcia 

9:11 

4:11

Adam Scott 

Luke Donald 

Matt Kuchar 

9:22 

4:22

Rickie Fowler 

Matteo Manassero 

Hunter Mahan 

9:33 

4:33

Hiroyuki Fujita 

Bill Haas 

 

9:44 

4:44

Tiger Woods 

Graeme McDowell 

 

9:55 

4:55

Webb Simpson 

Branden Grace 

Jamie Donaldson 

10:06 

5:06

Francesco Molinari  

Toru Taniguchi

Bo Van Pelt 

10:17 

5:17

D.A. Points 

Brett Rumford 

Marcel Siem 

10:28 

5:28

George Murray 

Mark Brown 

Justin Harding 

10:39 

5:39

Gregory Bourdy 

Scott Jamieson 

Shiv Kapur 

10:50 

5:50

Scott Brown 

Satoshi Kodaira 

Gareth Maybin 

11:01 

6:01

Tyrrell Hatton 

Eduardo de la Riva 

Kenichi Kuboya 

11:12 

6:12

Stephen Dartnall 

Darryn Lloyd 

Daisuke Maruyama 

11:33 

6:33

Peter Senior 

Lloyd Saltman 

Oliver Fisher 

11:44 

6:44

Robert Karlsson 

Todd Hamilton 

Ben Stow (A) 

11:55 

6:55

Thomas Aiken  

Kiradech Aphibarnrat 

Bud Cauley 

12:06 (p.m)

7:06

Mikko Ilonen 

Brooks Koepka 

Wu Ashun

12:17 

7:17

David Duval 

Bernd Wiesberger 

Chris Wood 

12:28 

7:28

Scott Stallings 

Stewart Cink 

Richard McEvoy 

12:39 

7:39

K.J. Choi 

Miguel Angel Jimenez 

Jimmy Walker 

12:50 

7:50

Ben Curtis 

Shane Lowry 

Rafael Cabrera-Bello 

1:01 

8:01

Jonas Blixt 

Brian Davis 

Graham DeLaet 

1:12 

8:12

Robert Garrigus 

John Senden 

Marc Warren 

1:23 

8:23

Martin Kaymer 

Garrick Porteous (A) 

Jason Day 

1:34 

8:34

Carl Pettersson 

Jason Dufner 

David Lynn

1:45 

8:45

Bubba Watson 

Nicolas Colsaerts

Dustin Johnson 

2:01

9:01

Nick Faldo 

Tom Watson 

Fred Couples 

2:12 

9:12

Justin Rose 

Ernie Els 

Brandt Snedeker 

2:23 

9:23

Ian Poulter 

Keegan Bradley 

Billy Horschel 

2:34 

9:34

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 

Richard Sterne 

Nick Watney 

2:45 

9:45

Rory McIlroy 

Hideki Matsuyama 

Phil Mickelson 

2:56 

9:56

Scott Piercy 

Tim Clark 

Kevin Streelman 

3:07 

10:07

Shingo Katayama 

Thomas Bjorn 

Zach Johnson 

3:18 

10:18

Angel Cabrera 

Camilo Villegas 

Tano Goya 

3:29 

10:29

George Coetzee 

Ken Duke 

Mark Calcavecchia 

3:40 

10:40

John Huh 

Brendan Jones 

Kim Hyung-sung 

3:51 

10:51

Josh Teater 

Steven Tiley 

Jimmy Mullen (A) 

4:02 

11:02

K.T. Kim 

Steven Jeffress 

Luke Guthrie 

4:13 

11:13

John Wade 

Gareth Wright 

Makoto Inoue 

 

Round 2 Coverage Info

Time (BST) Time (ET) Event Channel
9 a.m. - 8 p.m. 4 a.m. - 3 p.m. Live Round 2 Coverage ESPN
8 p.m. - 11 p.m. 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. The Open Championship Today ESPN
12 a.m. - 3 a.m. 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Best of The Open Championship ESPN
All Day All Day Live Stream WatchESPN.com

ESPN.com

Players to Watch

Phil Mickelson (2:45 p.m. BST; 9:45 a.m. ET)

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Is this finally Phil's year?

Lefty has 41 career PGA Tour wins and four career major wins, and he is easily one of the best golfers of his generation. 

But for his entire career, the 43-year-old has always struggled at the Open—19 starts, four missed cuts (including last year's) and just four top-20 finishes. 

Could this year be different? Phil came in with a new momentum—he won the Scottish Open last week for the first time in his career—and shot an impressive two-under 69 on Thursday. 

Still, we know Lefty can be a bit of a roller coaster at times (he three-putted on 18), so it will be vital for him to put up a similar score in his Friday encore. 

 

Zach Johnson (3:07 p.m. BST; 10:07 a.m. ET)

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Zach Johnson had just one bogey on Thursday to go with four birdies and a eagle as he finished the day at five under and in first place. 

Of course, as PGATour.com notes, the last first-round leader to win the Open was Tiger Woods in 2005—and it's only been done five times since 1975. 

If there's someone who can buck that trend, though, it's Johnson. 

Since 2004, he has won nine PGA Tour events and a major, putting him in quite the company, per ESPN's Justin Ray:

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Johnson isn't flashy, and he'll have his slip-ups (he missed the cut at the U.S. Open last month), but he is quietly a very solid player and finished ninth at the Open last year. 

Look for the 37-year-old to continue his solid links golf play. 

 

 

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