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2011 Masters Pairings, First and Second Rounds

By April 5, 2011

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First things first: Tiger Woods tees off at 10:41 a.m. (Eastern time) in Thursday's first round and 1:48 p.m. in Friday's second round; Phil Mickelson tees off at 1:48 p.m. in Round 1 and 10:30 a.m. in Round 1. Mickleson has the second-to-last tee time in the first round and Woods has the second-to-last tee time in the second round. That's called making your TV partners happy.

The full list of groupings and tee times for the first two rounds of the 2011 Masters Tournament are listed below. A few spotlight pairings include Woods with Graeme McDowell and Robert Allenby; and Mickelson with Geoff Ogilvy and amateur Peter Uihlein.

Other marquee groups include Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott and Nick Watney; Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler and Jason Day; Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood and Matt Kuchar; Hunter Mahan, Ernie Els and Francesco Molinari; Fred Couples, Luke Donald and Steve Stricker; and Bubba Watson, Paul Casey and Edoardo Molinari.

2011 Masters Pairings - Rounds 1/2
Here are the first- and second-round groupings and tee times for the 2011 Masters:

• 7:45 a.m./10:52 a.m. - Jonathan Byrd, Ross Fisher, Sean O'Hair
• 7:56 a.m./11:03 a.m. - Sandy Lyle, Alex Cejka, a-David Chung
• 8:07 a.m./1:14 a.m. - Jerry Kelly, Camilo Villegas, Jeff Overton
• 8:18 a.m./11:25 a.m. - Ben Crenshaw, Brandt Snedeker, Kevin Na
• 8:29 a.m./11:36 a.m. - Mark O'Meara, Anders Hansen, Heath Slocum
• 8:40 a.m./11:47 a.m. - Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, Nick Watney
• 8:51 a.m./12:09 p.m. - Vijay Singh, Tim Clark, Aaron Baddeley
• 9:02 a.m./12:20 p.m. - Gregory Havret, Carl Pettersen, Ryan Palmer
• 9:14 a.m./12:31 p.m. - Martin Laird, Mark Wilson, Bo Van Pelt
• 9:24 a.m./12:42 p.m. - Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day
• 9:35 a.m./12:53 p.m. - Mike Weir, Hiroyuki Fujita, Retief Goosen
• 9:57 a.m./1:04 p.m. - Padraig Harrington, Ryo Ishikawa, Bill Haas
• 10:08 a.m./1:15 p.m. - Larry Mize, Rory Sabbatini, a-Jin Jeong
• 10:19 a.m./1:26 p.m. - Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar
• 10:30 a.m./1:37 p.m. - Hunter Mahan, Ernie Els, Francesco Molinari
• 10:41 a.m./1:48 p.m. - Tiger Woods, Graeme McDowell, Robert Allenby
• 10:52 a.m./1:59 p.m. - Arjun Atwal, Sergio Garcia, Robert Karlsson
• 11:03 a.m./7:45 a.m. - Charl Schwartzel, Stuart Appleby, Charley Hoffman
• 11:14 a.m./7:56 a.m. - Ian Woosnam, D.A. Points, Ben Crane
• 11:25 a.m./8:07 a.m. - Craig Stadler, Kevin Streelman, a-Nathan Smith
• 11:36 a.m./8:18 a.m. - Peter Hanson, Kyung-Tae Kim, Ryan Moore
• 11:47 a.m./8:29 a.m. - Angel Cabrera, Ian Poulter, David Toms
• 12:09 p.m./8:40 a.m. - Trevor Immelman, Lucas Glover, a-Hideki Matsuyama
• 12:20 p.m./8:51 a.m. - Zach Johnson, Y.E. Yang, Migual Angel Jimenez
• 12:31 p.m./9:02 a.m. - Jose Maria Olazabal, Davis Love III, a-Lion Kim
• 12:42 p.m./9:13 a.m. - Tom Watson, Ricky Barnes, Jason Bohn
• 12:53 p.m./9:24 a.m. - Fred Couples, Luke Donald, Steve Stricker
• 1:04 p.m./9:35 a.m. - Anthony Kim, Henrik Stenson, Steve Marino
• 1:15 p.m./9:57 a.m. - Bubba Watson, Paul Casey, Edoardo Molinari
• 1:26 p.m./10:08 a.m. - Stewart Cink, Jim Furyk, Yuta Ikeda
• 1:37 p.m./10:19 a.m. - Justin Rose, K.J. Choi, Louis Oosthuizen
• 1:48 p.m./10:30 a.m. - Phil Mickelson, Geoff Ogilvy, a-Peter Uihlein
• 1:59 p.m./10:41 a.m. - Jhonattan Vegas, Gary Woodland, Alvaro Quiros

See also:
FAQ: How are Masters tee times/pairings decided?

Comments

April 7, 2011 at 8:15 am
(1) Nat Harwell says:

I may be the only one who feels this way, and I may have selfish and misplaced emotion about it, but I feel that Jack Nicklaus more or less OWES it to history to play in this tournament IF he is physically breathing and sitting up to take nourishment. Why? Because Jack Nicklaus is the greatest golfer to ever swing a club, and his knowledge of the course at Augusta National still makes him a viable threat to win EVEN at his advanced age and in his replaced-hip-condition. I’m in my 60′s; I can tell you as a social studies teacher that young people today just do not KNOW who Jack Nicklaus is and they need to see him on television, living and breathing and hitting a golf ball. I understand Jack’s reasoning NOT to be there. Nonetheless, I feel he owes it to history to play.

April 7, 2011 at 7:05 pm
(2) qqwade says:

Jack may be the best player ever, he worked hard to maintain a competitive edge for more than 4 decades and Jacks owes nothing to any sport history. He has already made history and can easily be seen on video playing in his prime. Having Jack show up in itself an honor to the tournament and game. Jack earned the respect he has and does not OWE any one anything.

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