Masters TV Schedule 2014: Day 2 Tee Times, Coverage and Live Stream Info

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Masters TV Schedule 2014: Day 2 Tee Times, Coverage and Live Stream Info
David J. Phillip

The 2014 Masters is off to a wild start, as unheralded Bill Haas took the lead with a pedestrian score of four-under after the opening round of play.

Unless Haas is able to significantly improve his game Friday, it is doubtful the 31-year-old will be able to remain in the catbird seat for long. There are a number of prolific golfers breathing down his neck with their sights set on the green jacket.

Keep reading for a peek at the updated scoreboard from Augusta National, plus a look at all of Friday’s pairings and tee times, viewing information and more for Day 2 of the 2014 Masters.

2014 Masters Day 2 Tee Times
Time (ET) Golfers
7:45 a.m. Kevin Streelman D.A. Points
7:56 a.m. Larry Mize Branden Grace Michael McCoy
8:07 a.m. Sandy Lyle Matt Jones Ken Duke
8:18 a.m. Jose Maria Olazabal Lucas Glover Garrick Porteous
8:29 a.m. Nick Watney Stephen Gallacher Darren Clarke
8:40 a.m. Vijay Singh Thomas Bjorn Ryan Moore
8:51 a.m. Matt Kuchar Louis Oosthuizen Thongchai Jaidee
9:02 a.m. Trevor Immelman Graham DeLaet Oliver Goss
9:13 a.m. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano Derek Ernst Sang-moon Bae
9:24 a.m. Bernhard Langer Francesco Molinari Chris Kirk
9:35 a.m. Jason Day Dustin Johnson Henrik Stenson
9:57 a.m. Bubba Watson Luke Donald Sergio Garcia
10:08 a.m. Joost Luiten Marc Leishman Hunter Mahan
10:19 a.m. Keegan Bradley Victor Dubuisson Peter Hanson
10:30 a.m. Phil Mickelson Ernie Els Justin Rose
10:41 a.m. Harris English Lee Westwood Russell Henley
10:52 a.m. Stewart Cink Tim Clark
11:03 a.m. Ian Woosnam John Huh Kevin Stadler
11:14 a.m. Ben Crenshaw Y.E. Yang Jonas Blixt
11:25 a.m. Mark O'Meara Steven Bowditch Jordan Niebrugge
11:36 a.m. John Senden Boo Weekley David Lynn
11:47 a.m. Craig Stadler Scott Stallings Martin Kaymer
12:09 p.m. Tom Watson Billy Horschel Brendon de Jonge
12:20 p.m. Mike Weir Matt Every Roberto Castro
12:31 p.m. Angel Cabrera Gary Woodland Ian Poulter
12:42 p.m. Fred Couples Webb Simpson Chang-woo Lee
12:53 p.m. Graeme McDowell Rickie Fowler Jimmy Walker
1:04 p.m. Zach Johnson K.J. Choi Steve Stricker
1:15 p.m. Miguel Angel Jimenez Bill Haas Matteo Manassero
1:26 p.m. Hideki Matsuyama Brandt Snedeker Jamie Donaldson
1:37 p.m. Charl Schwartzel Jim Furyk Thorbjorn Olesen
1:48 p.m. Adam Scott Jason Dufner Matthew Fitzpatrick
1:59 p.m. Jordan Spieth Patrick Reed Rory McIlroy

Masters.com

2014 Masters TV and Live Stream Information
Time (ET) TV Coverage TV Info
11 a.m. On the Range CBSSN
3 p.m. Live Round 2 Coverage ESPN
8 p.m. Round 2 Replay ESPN
11:30 p.m. Round 2 Highlights CBS
Time (ET) Live Stream Coverage Website
10:45 a.m. Amen Corner Live Masters.com
11 a.m. On the Range Masters.com
11:45 a.m. Holes No. 15 and No. 16 Live Masters.com
12 p.m. Groups 1 and 2 Live Masters.com
3 p.m. TV Broadcast Masters.com

ESPN, Masters.com

 

*All live streams are available at Masters.com.

 

Day 2 Golfer to Watch: Adam Scott

David J. Phillip

Friday is going to be a make-or-break day for Adam Scott, the defending champion, who is currently lurking just one shot off the lead. With no truly great scores recorded Thursday, Scott is in position to garner a commanding lead ahead of the cut.

However, the 33-year-old could also significantly hinder his chances at a green jacket if he underperforms during the round. It is almost certain scores will improve across the board and a handful of golfers will start pulling away from the rest of the pack. Scott has to make sure he is a part of that group, not the one being left in the dust.

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It would be foolish to bet against Scott, one of just four participants to shoot in the 60s in the opening round, having a tremendous showing at Augusta on Day 2 of the Masters. His confidence is clearly still sky-high after winning this tournament just a year ago, and it will help him maintain his composure thorough the weekend in Georgia.

After his strong opening round, the Australian spoke about the advantages of having a green jacket in the closet, per Ian O’Connor of ESPN.com:

There is a certain sense of freedom in the way you play. And no doubt you can see that in the way Phil [Mickelson]'s played around here since breaking through [in 2004] and hitting some incredible shots that maybe if he had not had the success or the wins, he might not have hit, being a little tighter.

Scott also doesn’t have the pressure of being a side attraction to Tiger Woods, the polarizing favorite who elected to skip out on the chance to win his 15th major to concentrate on recovering from back surgery.

Woods’ absence has allowed the spotlight to shine down on Scott. The Aussie was greeted like a king at the 12th hole, an experience he was clearly moved by, per O’Connor: "The memory that will stick with me forever today was walking up to the 12th tee and everyone getting out of their seats as I approached there. It was great."

With the fans behind him and the momentum from last year’s championship on his side, Scott looks to be a surefire lock to walk away with the green jacket in 2014.

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