Masters 2019 Live : The Masters golf’s first major on the 2019 schedule and its most prestigious, begins in earnest the PGA Tour season, creating an opportunity. On Friday, you can show Zach Johnson, Ian Poulter and Matt Kuchar begin their second round at 9:58 a.m. ET; Phil Mickelson, Justin Rose and Justin Thomas tee off at 10:53 a.m. ET; Tiger Woods, Haotong Li and Jon Rahm start at 1:49 p.m. ET; and Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Cameron Smith start their day at 2:00 p.m. ET.
The time has finally arrived for Tiger Woods to make a run at another green jacket, and after Round 1 on Thursday, indications are that Woods is planing to do just that. With the 2019 Masters officially underway and Woods making his second straight appearance at Augusta National, all eyes are on the man some call “Big Cat” as he strolls around one of golf’s best courses looking to make history.
After an overall solid showing at last year’s Masters following a two-year absence, Woods is on a mission this week to capture his first green jacket since all the way back in 2005. Simply put, you won’t want to miss a second of Tiger on the course this week at Augusta National. Woods finished T32 a year ago, and while making the cut at the Masters and impressing on Sunday was seen as a huge step in the right direction for Woods, he was just getting started on the comeback trail.
Woods took the co-lead late on the second nine Thursday, raising eyebrows across the golf world. However, by the time the day ended, he was just outside the top 10 in a 10-way group at T11, four shots back of the leaders after Round 1. Will he be able to make up some ground on Friday and brave the conditions to move near the top of the leaderboard?
CBS Sports will be along for the entire ride with Woods at the 2019 Masters this week, covering everything Big Cat does both on and off the course, hopefully through the weekend. Check into our coverage through our various stories on Woods below.
Day 2 at the 2019 Masters is here, and we’ve already got a stellar leaderboard. Brooks Koepka is back on his major-championship chase, but he’s got Bryson DeChambeau pushing him for the lead. Phil Mickelson is trying to make history and Tiger Woods is in contention as well.
Tiger had an up-and-down round that saw him make two birdies and four birdies, one of which featured a miraculous escape shot. That added up to a two-under 70, one of Tiger’s best Masters opening rounds ever. Woods tees off for the second round at 1:49 p.m. ET on Friday, once again alongside Haotong Li and Jon Rahm.
But the morning wave includes several names on the top of the leaderboard. Co-leader Bryson DeChambeau kicks off his Day 2 at 10:42 a.m. ET, with Phil Mickelson’s group following them at 10:53 a.m. ET.