The first round of the 2013 PGA Championship is in the books, the second round is on the horizon and familiar faces are atop the leaderboard.
With past major champions holding an edge over the field, we're not only dealing with golfers capable of success, but also those who have experienced it.
Here's how to view live updates of the second round at Oak Hill Country Club on Friday.
As it stands, 49 golfers are at even-par or better, sitting within five strokes of former major champions Jim Furyk and Adam Scott, who share the lead at 5-under par.
It goes without saying that the phrase, "anything can happen" applies to this weekend's tournament.
Here's where you can find out what actually does.
Date: Friday, Aug. 9
Time: 1-7 p.m. ET
Time: 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
During the first round of the 2013 PGA Championship on Thursday, the weather was favorable and the greens were soft after overnight rain. Consequently, high scores were found at every turn with 35 golfers registering a mark of 1-under or lower.
The question is, what will the weather permit on the second day of play in Rochester, N.Y.
According to AccuWeather.com, rain is expected for early Friday morning, creating yet another day of damp conditions at Oak Hill.
It's expected to clear up for the most part, but the forecast is for rain to return around 9 a.m.
From there, it will be cloudy, but with no further increase in the rain while the humidity will be in the mid-50s with temperatures in the high 70s. That should create favorable conditions for the golfers.
High scores should continue to be posted in the second round.
There will be plenty to watch, as Furyk, the 2003 U.S. Open champion, and Scott, the 2013 Masters winner, hold the lead at 5-under par. Trailing them are such notable names as Lee Westwood at 4-under and past winners Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson at 1-over each.
Four strokes behind the co-leaders are 2011 PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley and the tourney's 2012 winner, Rory McIlroy, both at 1-under.
If that's not enough, two-time PGA Championship runner-up Sergio Garcia (1-under) is one of 49 players sitting pretty at even-par or lower. Thirty-five of those players scored 1-under or lower, as 21 players are within three strokes of the lead.
That's what you call an open field.
Need a reason to watch the 2013 PGA Championship? Well, anything is possible. Every star is is in contention and nobody has been able to pull away from the pack yet.
Tune in—you have a variety of ways to do so.