Fans of Tiger Woods took to social media to showcase their displeasure over the delay in live coverage of Big Cat’s group during Friday’s second round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
For a second straight round, the trio of Woods, Jon Rahm, and Haotong Li were one of the featured groups of the day. After beginning their first round on Thursday morning at 11:04 a.m. ET, the trio was set to begin at 1:49 p.m. on Friday afternoon.
Woods, Rahm, and Li teed off on time, but live coverage of the grouping did not. In fact, online coverage of the featured group did not begin until the early featured group of Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar, and Ian Poulter finished play for the day.
Here are the reactions on social media from some of Tiger’s biggest fans:
THIS IS HAPPENING BECAUSE WE ARE NOT ABLE TO WATCH.
— RYAN ✭ (@DRyanRamos) April 12, 2019
Its amazing that it’s 2019 and you can’t currently watch Tiger’s second round anywhere
— Mike Maglietta (@mikemagss11) April 12, 2019
Absolutely atrocious programming by the Masters to not start until 2 and not have Tiger in the featured groups online.
— Lucas Miller (@CoachLukeMiller) April 12, 2019
Once Johnson, Kuchar, and Poulter finished up play, online coverage on Masters.com quickly descended upon the four-time Masters champion’s group.
Woods finds himself at four under and only three shots back of the lead through 11 holes of his second round. You can follow along with Friday’s round at Augusta National with our Masters live blog and leaderboard.
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