2012 Masters: TV Coverage, How To Watch Online And More

The second round of the 2012 Masters golf tournament is currently underway, and if you're a Houston area golf fan ready to see University of Houston alum and former tournament champion Fred Couples try to climb the leaderboard. Well, you're going to need to wait until at least 10:45 p.m. ET, because that's when Masters.com begins its online coverage at Amen Corner.

At about that time, the early-morning tee times will have completed front-9 play and will be making the turn to the back. First-round leader, Lee Westwood (5-under par), should be done with his first four or five holes, while Couples should be thru two. Tiger Woods doesn't tee off until 1:45 p.m., about an hour before ESPN begins its live coverage on television.

Here's a rundown of the online coverage and when ESPN will begin its broadcast (all times Eastern):

10:45 p.m.: Amen Corner live coverage at Masters.com.
11:45 p.m.: Holes No. 15 and 16 live coverage at Masters.com.
12:00 p.m.: Coverage of featured groups 1 and 2 begins at Masters.com.
3:00 p.m.: ESPN's live coverage begins.

To see each golfer's first round scores, be sure to check out SI's leaderboard.

For more coverage on the 2012 Masters, be sure to check out SB Nation's golf hub, as well as Waggle Room, SB Nation's golf blog.

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