BMW Championship: Round 1 Live Streaming, Pairings, and TV Schedule

RM Herold@@BR_RollinFeatured ColumnistSeptember 9, 2010

BMW Championship: Round 1 Live Streaming, Pairings, and TV Schedule

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    The BMW Championship is underway in Lemont, Illinois, and Tiger Woods is up against it. But he has a new swing coach named Sean Foley, and he seems to already be liking the results.

    Woods is the defending champion of this event and has done pretty well at the Cog Hill course in the past, winning five tournaments here.

    But the problem is Woods needs a top five finish or better just to have a shot at advancing to the Tour Championship. Like I said, he's up against it.

    Here's a look at the leaderboard and the first round pairings (all times are local).

Not a Bad Time To Be Matt Kuchar

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    Matt Kuchar leads everyone on tour in number of top 10 finishes this year. And that's a big part of why he is number one in the Fed Ex Cup Standings.

    But to top that off, even though it is early and everyone hasn't teed off yet, Kuchar is in the lead as he makes the turn.

    If he can hold on, he will be well on his way to one of those huge checks. Literally.

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 1

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    8:00 Marc Leishman and Ryan Moore

    8:10 Kevin Na and Heath Slocum

    8:20 Rickie Fowler and Kevin Streelman

    8:30 Bo Van Pelt and J.B. Holmes

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 1 (cont'd)

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    8:40 Jeff Overton and Retief Goosen

    8:50 Adam Scott and Dustin Johnson

    9:00 Carl Pettersson and Brendon de Jonge

    9:10 Fredrik Jacobson and Brian Gay

    9:20 Stephen Ames and Scott Verplank

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 10

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    8:00 Vijay Singh and Matt Jones

    8:10 Brian Davis and Tom Gillis

    8:20 Brandt Snedeker and Vaughn Taylor

    8:30 Geoff Ogilvy and Justin Rose

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 10 (cont'd)

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    8:40 Luke Donald and Martin Laird

    8:50 Matt Kuchar and Charley Hoffman

    9:00 Camilo Villegas and Anthony Kim

    9:10 Angel Cabrera and Sean O'Hair

    9:20 David Toms and Andres Romero

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 1 (Afternoon)

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    12:00 Y.E. Yang and Greg Chalmers

    12:10 Rory Sabbatini and Jason Bohn

    12:20 Rory McIlroy and Nick Watney

    12:30 Jim Furyk and Bubba Watson

    12:40 Ernie Els and Hunter Mahan

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 1 (Afternoon)

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    12:50 Steve Stricker and Jason Day

    1:00 Stewart Cink and D.J. Trahan

    1:10 Tiger Woods and K.J. Choi

    1:20 Jason Duffner and Tim Petrovic

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 10 (Afternoon)

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    12:00 Justin Leonard and Bryce Molder

    12:10 Stuart Appleby and Ian Poulter

    12:20 Robert Allenby and Bill Haas

    12:30 Paul Casey and Tim Clark

Cog Hill G&CC, Tee 10 (Afternoon)

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    12:40 Zach Johnson and Ben Crane

    12:50 Ryan Palmer and Phil Mickelson

    1:00 Charlie Wi and John Senden

    1:10 Michael Sim and Ricky Barnes

TV Schedule and Live Streaming

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    You can catch the BMW Championship on the Golf Channel Thursday and Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. EST.

    And you can catch it over the weekend on NBC: Saturday, Noon to 3:30 p.m. EST, and Sunday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. EST

    You can also watch it live streaming on the PGA Website.