Masters 2014 Tee Times: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day 3

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Masters 2014 Tee Times: Full List of Pairings and Schedule Info for Day 3
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The 2014 Masters has been a dramatic roller-coaster ride for everyone involved.

The leaderboard from Day 1 to Day 2 saw some wild shifts. First-round leader Bill Haas followed up his blistering 68 on Thursday with a 78 on Friday, almost taking himself out of contention. On the flip side, Bubba Watson surged up the standings with a 68 of his own in Round 2.

Also in contention are the 54-year-old Fred Couples and the 20-year-old Jordan Spieth. With these two in the mix, it's plausible that we could see either the oldest or youngest Masters champion in history at the tournament's conclusion.

This just goes to show how unpredictable this tournament can be.

Augusta National, although beautiful, is quite treacherous. Many well-placed hazards lie in wait around almost every turn for unsuspecting golfers. Many players already fell victim to such devastating obstacles as Rae's Creek, and many more are sure to follow.

The drama of the Masters will only intensify with every round. After all, this is one of the year's most highly anticipated tournaments for a reason.

Be sure to tune in to the continued action on Saturday—you'll thank yourself for doing so.

 

Saturday's Schedule

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Below is the full list of possible ways to catch the Masters on Saturday. If you're unfortunate enough to be stuck at work, have no fear—plenty of live streaming is available. If you're tuning in from home, coverage will begin early on the range and move to live on-course action on CBS.

2014 Masters Round 3 Coverage
Time (ET) Coverage Viewing Info
Live Stream
11 a.m. On the Range Masters.com
11:45 a.m. Amen Corner Live Masters.com
12:30 p.m. Groups 1 and 2 Live Masters.com
12:30 p.m. Hole Nos. 15 and 16 Live Masters.com
3:30 p.m. Live Video Highlights Masters.com
TV Coverage
11 a.m. On the Range CBS
3 p.m. Live Coverage CBS

Masters.com

All of Saturday's Masters action can be live streamed on Masters.com.

 

Saturday's Pairings

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There are some intriguing pairings on Saturday.

Plenty of pairings feature old-school pros with young, up-and-coming Masters hopefuls. Ian Poulter with Rickie Fowler, Fred Couples with Jimmy Walker and Lee Westwood with Brandt Snedeker are a few interesting examples.

All eyes will be on the final pairing of Bubba Watson and John Senden to see if the lefty can keep up his momentum through another 36 holes.

2014 Masters Round 3 Pairings
Tee Time (ET) Pairing
10:15 a.m. Rory McIlroy and marker*
10:25 a.m. Jason Day and Joost Luiten
10:35 a.m. Jose Maria Olazabal and Darren Clarke
10:45 a.m. Miguel Angel Jimenez and Sandy Lyle
10:55 a.m. Billy Horschel and Gary Woodland
11:05 a.m. Chris Kirk and Martin Kaymer
11:15 a.m. Oliver Goss and Francesco Molinari
11:25 a.m. Nick Watney and Thongchai Jaidee
11:35 a.m. Bill Haas and Thorbjorn Olesen
11:55 a.m. Ian Poulter and Rickie Fowler
12:05 p.m. Steven Bowditch and Brendon de Jonge
12:15 p.m. Hunter Mahan and Justin Rose
12:25 p.m. Bernhard Langer and Vijay Singh
12:35 p.m. Steve Stricker and Larry Mize
12:45 p.m. Mike Weir and KJ Choi
12:55 p.m. Henrik Stenson and Stewart Cink
1:05 p.m. Lee Westwood and Brandt Snedeker
1:15 p.m. Louis Oosthuizen and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
1:35 p.m. Lucas Glover and Matt Kuchar
1:45 p.m. Kevin Stadler and Jamie Donaldson
1:55 p.m. Stephen Gallacher and Russell Henley
2:05 p.m. Jim Furyk and Kevin Streelman
2:15 p.m. Fred Couples and Jimmy Walker
2:25 p.m. Adam Scott and Jordan Spieth
2:35 p.m. Thomas Bjorn and Jonas Blixt
2:45 p.m. Bubba Watson and John Senden

CBSSports.com

*Rory McIlroy is paired with a marker due to an odd number of players remaining in the field.

The complete list of pairings can also be found on CBSSports.com.

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