The Masters: Tee times, TV and streaming info for Saturday’s action at Augusta National

Moving the 2020 Masters to November from its traditional April spot has thrown one wrinkle into the proceedings: Due to the time change, the sun sets considerably earlier than it does in the spring at Augusta National.

That, combined with the catch-up mode the tournament has been in following Thursday's weather delay, resulted in a significant portion of the field failing to finish the second round before play was halted Friday.

So, in a boon to golf fans, that means Saturday will be action-packed. Second-round play picks up again bright and early, at 7:30 a.m. ET. Once concluded and the cuts are official, pairings and tee times for Round 3 will be announced and golfers will begin that round in earnest and go as long as they can.

Abraham Ancer, Cameron Smith, Justin Thomas and Dustin Johnson — who all managed to complete their second rounds Friday — sit in a four-way tie atop the leaderboard at 9 under. But several big names, including Tiger Woods, Jon Rahm and even 50-year-old Phil Mickelson, are lurking.

Tiger Woods plays his shot from the 10th tee during the second round of the Masters. (Photo: Rob Schumacher, USA TODAY Sports)

How to Watch

Second-round play can be viewed on ESPN beginning at 7:30 a.m. ET. CBS will pick up coverage at 1 p.m. ET, when Round 3 will presumably be underway, and will go until 5 p.m. ET. All action can also be seen at Masters.com. 

Where things stand after play was halted Friday

Here's a snapshot of where the second-round groups stand:

  • Tiger Woods, Shane Lowry and amateur Andy Ogletree will resume at No. 11 as they completed 10 holes before play was stopped.
  • Hideki Matsuyama completed 15 holes, while Webb Simpson and Marc Leishman completed 14.
  • Jon Rahm, Louis Oosthuizen and Bryson DeChambeau were through 12.
  • The group of C.T. Pan, Lucas Glover and Corey Conners need to finish No. 8 and No. 9 after playing 16 holes Friday.
  • Xander Schauffele, Jason Kokrak and Henrik Stenson have six more holes to play after finishing No. 3 to end their day.
  • Patrick Reed, Paul Casey and Tony Finau will begin on No. 12.
  • Charles Howell III, Jazz Janewattananond and Brandt Snedeker have three more holes to play, beginning at No. 7.
  • Scottie Scheffler, Kevin Kisner and Adam Hadwin finished 13 holes.
  • Jimmy Walker and amateur Yuxin Lin finished 15 holes, while Sandy Lyle completed the 16th.
  • Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar and Kevin Na will begin their day on No. 5 after finishing 13 holes Friday.
  • Jordan Spieth and Gary Woodland completed 10 holes, while Ian Poulter wrapped the front nine up.
  • Si Woo Kim and Nate Lashley were nine holes in, while Graeme McDowell finished eight.
  • Matt Wallace, Mike Weir and Rafael Cabrera Bello completed the back nine and are set to start on No. 1.
  • Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel will start on No. 2, while amateur Abel Gallegos ended on that hole Friday.
  • Lanto Griffin, Vijay Singh and Tyler Duncan will start on No. 2.
  • Larry Mize completed No. 5, while Andrew Landry and amateur Lukas Michel completed No. 6 when play was stopped.

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