The Masters 2014 TV schedule: Who to watch Friday
After a spectacular first round Thursday, over 90 players will try to equal or improve their spot on the Masters leaderboard Friday and survive the cut for weekend play.
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PGA Tour pro Bill Haas comes from a golf family. His dad, Jay, has been a longtime member of the PGA Tour, winning nine times on the regular Tour and 16 times on the Champions Tour. Dad never won the Masters, but son has put himself in a good position after the first round of golf's first major tournament.
Bill Haas shot a four under 68 Thursday to take a one-shot lead over three players - defending champion Adam Scott, former British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen, and 2012 Masters winner Bubba Watson, who all carded three under 69s.
As for Friday's tee times, which are all in the Eastern time zone, here are some of the notables:
American Nick Watney, who's four shots back at even par, will tee off at 8:29 a.m.
Phil Mickelson hopes to play better on Friday, after shooting a four over 76. He tees off at 10:30 a.m.
Kevin Stadler's group, which includes former Masters winner Ian Woosnam, will start at 11:03 a.m, followed by Jonas Blixt's threesome at 11:14 a.m.
Fred Couples will tee off with his effortless golf swing at 12:42 p.m.
Haas, the first round leader, is in a threesome with Jimenez and the young Italian star, Matteo Manassero. This group will tee off at 1:15 p.m.
Scott, the defending champion, is playing alongside Jason Duffner and Matthew Fitzpatrick, the US Amateur champion. This threesome will start their second round at 1:48 p.m.
Again on Friday, ESPN will have second round coverage, beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern time. You can also go to Masters.com to find live streaming video to check out from your computer or wireless device, starting at 10:45 a.m.