After Steve Stricker tied a record for lowest carded score at a major championship — and noted golf enthusiast Tiger Woods did pretty much the exact opposite — it's time for Round 2 of 2011's last major, the PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club.
All of the tee times from Thursday's round are flip-flopped, as per usual. The tournament kicks off at 7:30 a.m. EDT, but no golfers of any serious interest (Sorry, Johnson Wagner, and your hilarious name) tee off before 7:55 a.m., when Anthony Kim and Ernie Els, both at +4, shove off on the back nine.
Shortly following them, also from the back nine, will be a host of powerhouse names. At 8:05, Shaun Micheel, third on the leaderboard at -4, will make his first drive of the day in a group with Y.E. Yang (+1), the 2009 PGA Champion, and Martin Kaymer (+2).
Of course, the two most intriguing characters of the tournament, and golf as a whole this year, are Woods and Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlory. Woods teed off in the morning yesterday, so he'll try to rebound from one of the worst rounds of his career starting at 1:45 p.m.
McIlroy will begin his quest for BMF status, after hurting his wrist and being all, "Wrist, I don't need no wrist to play no damn golf!" in shooting an even par 70 Thursday, at 8:35 a.m. with the other two 2011 major winners, Charl Schwartzel (+1) and Darren Clarke (ahem...+8).
Other notable golfers' tee times, in chronological order: Sergio Garcia (+2) and Rickie Fowler (+4) at 8:15, Lee Westwood (+1) and Jason Day (+1) at 8:45,
Stevie Williams Adam Scott (-1) and Matteo Mannassero (-2) at 1:05 p.m., second-place Jerry Kelly (-5) at 2:35 p.m. and your current two-stroke leader, 43-year-old Steve Stricker (-7) will tee it up at 2:15.