2013 BMW Championship: Tee times and pairings for Friday's second round

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The PGA Tour will condense the smaller 70-man field into two hours of tee times on Friday, holding players until the late morning and early afternoon at Conway Farms.

The BMW Championship, nee Western Open, features one of the smallest fields all PGA Tour season. But the Tour still opts to send the 70-man field off two tees in groups of three, condensing tee times into a two-hour window that results in the entire field actually being out on the course at one time, if only for a short window. The smaller field also allows the PGA Tour to push start times back a bit, holding the first groups until late morning local time in Chicago, and 11:20 a.m. ET.

Tiger Woods was out in the first wave on Thursday, so he and his featured threesome will be out later in the second round on Friday. Woods is once again out with Henrik Stenson and Adam Scott, the Tour putting the top three players in the FedExCup standings together. Both Woods and Scott are on the first page of the leaderboard and inside the top 10. Their marquee group will go out at 12:59 p.m. ET, so at least the back nine of their round should fall in the 3 to 6 p.m. TV coverage window on Golf Channel.

Tiger played well on Thursday, finishing with a 5-under round of 66 but the No. 1 player in the world still walked away frustrated and disappointed. That's because Woods missed multiple putts inside five feet, near-gimmes that he just blasted by on the left side of the hole to leave several shots out on the course. He also played the par-5s, which are definite birdie holes, in even-par. Woods said after the round that he was not pleased with how things went, but if he keeps that form on Friday, and not the shaky stuff we saw in Boston, he'll be right at the top of the leaderboard as the tournament moves to the weekend.

There is almost no chance of rain in the forecast on Friday so the Tour should encounter no issues maneuvering the 24 groups through Conway Farms on schedule. With such a small field, there is no cut so everyone will play 72 holes this week unless they withdraw. But getting through the final FedExCup cutdown and making it into the field of 30 at the TOUR Championship serves as a de facto cut, even if it comes after four rounds in Chicago.

Here's the full tee sheet for Friday's second round.

First wave off No. 1:

Tee Time Players
11:20 a.m. Watson, Bubba McIlroy, Rory Summerhays, Daniel
11:31 a.m. Watney, Nick Piercy, Scott Fowler, Rickie
11:42 a.m. Horschel, Billy Johnson, Dustin Garcia, Sergio
11:53 a.m. Streelman, Kevin Haas, Bill Mahan, Hunter
12:04 p.m. Poulter, Ian Hoffman, Charley Donald, Luke
12:15 p.m. Steele, Brendan Els, Ernie

First wave off No. 10:

Tee Time Players
11:20 a.m. Kirk, Chris Huh, John Stroud, Chris
11:31 a.m. Howell III, Charles Stadler, Kevin Chappell, Kevin
11:42 a.m. Spieth, Jordan Bradley, Keegan Day, Jason
11:53 a.m. Kuchar, Matt DeLaet, Graham Mickelson, Phil
12:04 p.m. Davis, Brian Blixt, Jonas Jones, Matt
12:15 p.m. Bae, Sang-Moon Cabrera, Angel

Second wave off No. 1:

Tee Time Players
12:26 p.m. Gay, Brian Reed, Patrick McDowell, Graeme
12:37 p.m. English, Harris Schwartzel, Charl Westwood, Lee
12:48 p.m. Rose, Justin Stricker, Steve Snedeker, Brandt
12:59 p.m. Stenson, Henrik Woods, Tiger Scott, Adam
1:10 p.m. Leishman, Marc Thompson, Nicholas Sabbatini, Rory
1:21 p.m. Kokrak, Jason Moore, Ryan Molder, Bryce

Second wave off No. 10:

Tee Time Players
12:26 p.m. Henley, Russell Merrick, John Walker, Jimmy
12:37 p.m. Castro, Roberto de Jonge, Brendon Johnson, Zach
12:48 p.m. Weekley, Boo Simpson, Webb Points, D.A.
12:59 p.m. Dufner, Jason Woodland, Gary Furyk, Jim
1:10 p.m. Stallings, Scott Lynn, David Every, Matt
1:21 p.m. Duke, Ken Hearn, David Thompson, Michael

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