Friday's British Open 2011 TV Schedule, Live Coverage And More

ESPN's live coverage of the 2011 British Open continues Friday starting at 4 a.m. and continuing until 3 p.m. on the main channel and ESPN3.com. Directly after 3, they will show replays of the day's events and highlights. 

Highlights of the early morning play before the broadcast include Anthony Kim teeing off at 2:25, Y.E. Yang at 2:58, Padraig Harrington at 3:20, Bubba Watson and Jason Day at 3:42 and Jim Furyk at 3:58.


VIDEO: Tom Watson Sinks Hole In One

Once the broadcast begins, so do most of the fireworks, with the first group going out at 4:09 comprised of Lee Westwood, Steve Stricker and Master's Champion Charl Schwartzel. 

Defending champion Louis Oosthuizen, who stands a 2-over-par after the first round, is in the next group with German Martin Kaymer and Phil Mickelson, teeing off at 4:20, followed by co-leader Tom Lewis, paired up with Tom Watson again, at 4:31. 

Rory McIlroy will try to not completely disappoint everyone again starting at 9:10, with Ernie Els and fellow wünderkind Rickie Fowler.

Check in with SB Nation throughout the morning for updates on Tiger Woods' status developments during the tournament.

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