Honda Classic 2013 Tee Times: Players to Watch in 2nd-Round Action

Richard Langford@@noontide34Correspondent IMarch 1, 2013

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL - NOVEMBER 11:  Camilo Villegas of Colombia plays a shot during the final round of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic at the Disney Magnolia course on November 11, 2012 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
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With low scores flying on the leaderboard at the 2013 Honda Classic, we are set for a thrilling tournament. 

There are a lot of guys rolling with a hot hand right now, and plenty who are worth keeping a close eye on in the second round. 

We'll highlight those players below. 

Tee Times

View the full list of tee times for Round 2 at PGATour.com.

Players to Watch

Camilo Villegas

Round 2 Tee Time: 6:55 a.m. ET on No. 10

Hey, I remember Camilo Villegas. The last time this once-promising player was making headlines came when he won this very tournament in 2010.

He hasn't won since. In fact, his 64 on Thursday gave him his first outright tourney lead since that win.

Villegas' struggles have grown to such a degree that he lost his PGA Tour card after finishing 144th on the money list last year.

Well, he looked confident and steady in Round 1 and could be ready for a resurgence. 

Rickie Fowler

Round 2 Tee Time: 7:35 a.m. ET on No. 10

Rickie Fowler started off the year strong with two T6 finishes. He then missed the cut in Phoenix and was bounced in the first round of the Accenture.

He rebounded nicely on Thursday and fired a smooth 65 to sit in second, just one shot off the lead. He looks ready to contend for this win, if his back holds up. 

Golf Channel's Will Gray passes this along: 

Will Gray @WillGrayGC

Despite opening with 65, @RickieFowlerPGA says nagging back injury still a factor, hopes to be pain-free by Masters: http://t.co/kp8xdhJTC4

If Fowler's back holds up, look for him to continue to make waves.

Dustin Johnson

Round 2 Tee Time: 12:25 p.m. ET on No. 1

Outside of Villegas, no one has to be as thrilled with his round as Johnson. He is tied for sixth after firing a 66. 

While Johnson is capable of going low on any round, he has been terrible lately. In his last six tournaments, from chronological order moving to the most recent, he has finished tied for 51st, missed two consecutive cuts and then was bounced in the first round at the Accenture. 

During this stretch, Johnson was struggling with his booming driver. He's gotten that stroke back and is contending as a result. 

Tiger Woods

Round 2 Tee Time: 12:25 p.m. ET on No. 1

Tiger Woods got off to a terrible start as he was 2-up after four holes. However, he bounced back, didn't fire another bogey and finished the day at even par. 

Tiger struggled with the putter early as he needed 21 putts over the first 11 holes. However, he needed just 11 putts over the last seven. 

Woods was slightly off from the tee, but he was dialed in with his short irons. I expect him to make a nice move up the leaderboard. 


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