AUGUSTA, Ga. — And now the 2024 Masters starts to get interesting. After weathering Thursday morning’s 2½-hour rain delay and wrapping up the first round Friday morning, the year’s first major looks to be back on time with Saturday’s third round approaching. Barring any unexpected delays in play on Friday, the second round should wrap up at sunset at Augusta National, with the low 50 players and ties set to play on the weekend.

The big question on everybody’s mind will be whether any of the tournament’s more popular draws will be playing on the weekend. Tiger Woods wrapped up his first round on Friday morning at even-par 72 and in 27th place. Former Masters champion Dustin Johnson shot a three-over 75 and fan favorite Rickie Fowler shot a four-over 76. Both will have some work to do to get play two more rounds.

Third-round tee times won’t be posted until later on Friday, but it’s expected that groups will go off starting at 10:30 a.m. in twosomes off the first tee. The leaders are likely to tee off just before 3 p.m. with CBS’ television coverage of the third round running from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Check back later and we’ll update this space with the full list of tee times.

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