Masters 2014: How to View Live Leaderboard Scores, Updates on Day 2

Timothy RappFeatured ColumnistApril 11, 2014

AUGUSTA, GA - APRIL 10:  Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland watches his tee shot on the fourth hole during the first round of the 2014 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2014 in Augusta, Georgia.  (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
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As "a tradition unlike any other" enters its second day, you likely want to know every possible way you can watch the event. After all, you don't want to miss a single Rory McIlroy putt, Dustin Johnson drive or Phil Mickelson casual shrug after he pulled off some amazing shot, right?

But while it is literally my job to sit in front of my television to watch the Masters, you probably have to work on Friday. I know, I know—life isn't fair. But just because life isn't fair doesn't mean that your golf addiction has to suffer.

For example, if you want the full updating leaderboard, all you have to do is look below.


But what about watching on television—when the boss isn't looking, of course—or streaming online?

Masters Viewing Schedule
FormatTime (ET)SourceCoverage
TV11 a.m. to 1 p.m.CBS Sports NetworkOn The Range
TV3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.ESPNFull tournament
Streaming10:45 a.m. to 6 p.m.Masters.comAmen Corner
Streaming11 a.m. to 1 p.m.Masters.comOn The Range live video coverage
Streaming11:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.Masters.comHole Nos. 15 and 16 live video coverage
Streaming12 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Masters.comFeatured Group 1 and Group 2 live video coverage
Streaming3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.Masters.comMasters In-Depth live video coverage highlights


But maybe your boss is like Columbo and will crack the case if you are streaming video at your desk. That's where Twitter comes in handy.

The Masters Tournament account is a solid way to keep abreast of the action. PGA Tour's account is another great resource and a solid account when it comes to getting images like this:

Now that's one heck of a group.

The Golf Channel, ESPN Golf and Golf on CBS are also solid accounts to follow on Friday. And of course, you should also be keeping one of your tabs open here at Bleacher Report throughout the day for some quality Masters coverage.

As for what you should be watching for, well, last year's defending champion, Adam Scott, opened strong on Thursday (three-under) and will be looking to defend his title. So far, so good.

Former champion Bubba Watson joined him at just a stroke off the pace of leader Bill Haas, who shot an impressive 68.

Other contenders, such as Brandt Snedeker (70), McIlroy and Jordan Spieth (both 71), among others, kept themselves close. Phil Mickelson didn't, however—he shot a shocking 76 and now faces a battle to avoid the cut on Friday. 

Always unflappable, Lefty said, per Kyle Porter of CBS Sports"I actually played well, I know it's hard to say that."

His score would indicate otherwise. The Masters isn't won in a day, but it can be lost that quickly, and Mickelson now has a battle on his hands. Can one of golf's biggest superstars reverse course? Can surprise front-runner Haas hold off the field?

Big questions. After Thursday, most of the main contenders remain in the running. Friday's play will certainly start to separate the contenders from the pretenders heading into the weekend, however.

And luckily for you, you won't have to miss any of the action if you follow my guide provided above. Enjoy.