Masters 2011 TV Coverage Day 2: Where to Watch 2011 Masters Action Today
The Masters 2011 TV coverage continues today, starting at 3:00 PM on ESPN. They will have live coverage for four hours, and you can then watch taped footage beginning at 8:00 PM for three more hours.
You can follow all of the action on ESPN as Rory McIlroy and Alvaro Quiros look to hold onto their spots atop the leaderboard. But they will not be the only two will be looking to remain in contention.
Aside from the top two players who are both at -7 to start the second round, Y.E. Yang and K.J. Choi are both at -5 following the first 18 holes.
Matt Kuchar and Ricky Barnes are the two top Americans right now, as they finished the first round at -4.
Other big names include Sergio Garcia at -3, Geoff Ogilvy at -3, Rickie Fowler at -2, Phil Mickelson at -2, and Paul Casey at -1.
Rounding out some of the top names who finished in the red are Ryo Ishikawa, Tiger Woods, Angel Cabrera, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Fred Couples and Stewart Cink, who all finished at -1 after the first 18 holes.
Here is a look at what time some of the best players in the world tee off on Friday.
Key Masters Round 1 Tee Times (Thursday, ET)
- • 10:30 a.m.: P. Mickelson, G. Ogilvy, P. Uihlein
- • 12:42 p.m.: R. McIlroy, R. Fowler, J. Day
- • 1:48 p.m.: T. Woods, G. McDowell, R. Allenby
- • 1:59 p.m.: A. Atwal, S. Garcia, R. Karlsson
- • 10:41 a.m.: J. Vegas, G. Woodland, A. Quiros
For more at Augusta, make sure to check out Bleacher Report Featured Columnist Ben Gibson, who takes a look at the Masters 2011 Leaderboard Day 1: 10 Most Surprising Rounds of Day 1.
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