The Masters resumes on Friday after an exciting opening round that saw low scores and superb displays of shot-making at Augusta National. Rory McIlroy and Alvaro Quiros sit atop the Masters leaderboard ahead of the second round, but golf tournaments aren't won on Thursday. On Friday the drama ramps up as players scramble to stay above the cut line before the field is pared down ahead of the weekend's final two rounds.
Once again, wall-to-wall coverage can be found both on television and online.
TV coverage: ESPN opens its broadcasting window at 12 p.m. PDT, live from Augusta National. Coverage continues until the final group is off the course, with an encore presentation scheduled for 4 p.m. PDT.
Online streams: If you're unable to get to a TV during Friday's second round, there are free, and legal, alternative options. The Masters website has a variety of streams available, with coverage from the course set to begin at 7:45 a.m. as the first groups hit Amen Corner. You can also follow a variety of featured groups beginning at 9 a.m., with Fred Couples among those the cameras will be following.
We'll be following all the action in our 2011 Masters StoryStream throughout the day, so check back early and often for the latest updates. For more on the tournament, check out SB Nation's full 2011 Masters coverage, or head over to SB Nation Atlanta.