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Masters TV Schedule 2014: Day 1 Tee Times, Coverage and Live Stream Info
Matt Slocum

The green jacket cannot be won Thursday at the Masters, but it can certainly be lost.

It is essential for the top competitors to remain in the hunt with solid performances in the first round at Augusta because this field is loaded with talent. The only way to compete for a title is to make sure that there aren’t too many top-notch golfers ahead of you on any given day.

With that in mind, here is a look at every tee time for the first day of competition.

Thursday Masters Tee Times and Pairings
Time (ET) Player Player Player
7:45 a.m. Stewart Cink Tim Clark
7:56 a.m. Ian Woosnam John Huh Kevin Stadler
8:07 a.m. Ben Crenshaw YE Yang Jonas Blixt
8:18 a.m. Mark O'Meara Steven Bowditch Jordan Niebrugge
8:29 a.m. John Senden Boo Weekley David Lynn
8:40 a.m. Craig Stadler Scott Stallings Martin Kaymer
8:51 a.m. Tom Watson Billy Horschel Brendon de Jonge
9:02 a.m. Mike Weir Matt Every Roberto Castro
9:13 a.m. Angel Cabrera Gary Woodland Ian Poulter
9:24 a.m. Fred Couples Webb Simpson Chang-woo Lee
9:35 a.m. Graeme McDowell Rickie Fowler Jimmy Walker
9:57 a.m. Zach Johnson K.J. Choi Steve Stricker
10:08 a.m. Miguel Angel Jimenez Bill Haas Matteo Manassero
10:19 a.m. Brandt Snedeker Jamie Donaldson Hideki Matsuyama
10:30 a.m. Charl Schwartzel Jim Furyk Thorbjorn Olesen
10:41 a.m. Adam Scott Jason Dufner Matthew Fitzpatrick
10:52 a.m. Jordan Spieth Patrick Reed Rory McIlroy
11:03 a.m. Kevin Streelman DA Points
11:14 a.m. Larry Mize Branden Grace Michael McCoy
11:25 a.m. Sandy Lyle Matt Jones Ken Duke
11:36 a.m. Jose Maria Olazabal Lucas Glover Garrick Porteous
11:47 a.m. Nick Watney Stephen Gallacher Darren Clarke
12:09 p.m. Vijay Singh Thomas Bjorn Ryan Moore
12:20 p.m. Matt Kuchar Lewis Oosthuizen Thongchai Jaidee
12:31 p.m. Trevor Immelman Graham DeLaet Oliver Goss
12:42 p.m. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano Derek Ernst Sang-Moon Bae
12:53 p.m. Bernhard Langer Francesco Molinari Chris Kirk
1:04 p.m. Jason Day Dustin Johnson Henrik Stenson
1:15 p.m. Bubba Watson Luke Donald Sergio Garcia
1:26 p.m. Joost Luiten Marc Leishman Hunter Mahan
1:37 p.m. Keegan Bradley Victor Dubuisson Peter Hanson
1:48 p.m. Phil Mickelson Ernie Els Justin Rose
1:59 p.m. Harris English Lee Westwood Russell Henley

CBS Sports


Masters Day 1 Coverage and Live Stream Information

Date: Thursday, April 10

Television: ESPN from 3 p.m. ET – 7:30 p.m. ET

Live Stream: Masters Live (through CBS Sports) and starting at 10:45 a.m. ET


Names to Watch in First Round

Phil Mickelson

Chris Carlson

In the history of the sport, there have only been a few players to perform better at Augusta than Phil Mickelson.

However, the three-time champion finished a disappointing 54th in the 2013 Masters with a score of nine over par. That means that a quick start Thursday will be important for the lefty to reestablish his Masters confidence that has led to so many impressive finishes.

Another reason that a fast start is imperative is because Mickelson has dealt with injuries throughout the season. A solid score would likely give him confidence going forward in not only his game but also his health.

At least he won’t have to deal with Tiger Woods, who has ruined Mickelson’s Masters’ chances in the past. Mike O’Malley of Golf Digest pointed this out:


Adam Scott

David J. Phillip

If there wasn’t any pressure on the defending Masters champion, then there would be more than only three players in the history of the event to win a repeat green jacket (Tiger Woods, Nick Faldo and Jack Nicklaus). 

Adam Scott typically plays his best golf at the majors, but he will undoubtedly feel the eyes of the gallery upon him when he steps up to the tee Thursday. Much like Mickelson, an impressive first round will give Scott the confidence necessary to move forward and compete for another jacket over the weekend.


Dustin Johnson

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Dustin Johnson has been one of the best players on the Tour this season with a win and five top-10 finishes, but he withdrew from the Shell Houston Open in his last outing.

Johnson will look to reestablish the momentum that fueled him to so many impressive performances early in the year with a solid first round Thursday. It would also help put the disappointment from Houston firmly in the rear-view mirror.

Another aspect of Johnson’s game that will be interesting to watch is the fact that his brother will be caddying. Johnson discussed as much with John Boyette of the Augusta Chronicle (via the Washington Times):

He’s just starting out, so he’s not giving me any advice, really. It helps me go through the process. I double-check all the yardages, I’m pulling my own clubs. It helps me think a little bit better.

He’s on the bag. If we don’t play good, it’s not his fault. I don’t care what he does. As long as he carries the bag and keeps up with me, we’ll be all right. 

Johnson has never won a major, and he will need a fast start if he hopes to do so at Augusta .


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