The PGA Championship enters round 2 with most of the elite players exactly where we predicted they’d be after the opening round.

Coverage of round 2 begins Friday, August 8 from 1 P.M. (EST) – 7 P.M. (EST) on TNT

You can also catch all the action streaming live from several sources, all of which are free.  Here are your options:

– The PGA app for iPhone & the PGA app for Android are free and cover the par 3, marquee group and press room.

-CBS will be conducting a free live stream this weekend through their CBS Sports app when the cover rounds 3 & 4 this Saturday & Sunday.  You can also watch from CBS Sports on your computer for free on those days. will also have free live streaming throughout the entire tournament.

Here is their coverage times for round 2:

– 8 A.M (EST) – 7 P.M. (EST), marquee groups.

– 1 P.M. (EST) – 7 P.M. (EST), par 3 stream.

You can also get a complete list of tee times for round 2 at

Here are the highlights for round 1 and tee times for the favorites.

Lee Westwood sits atop the leaderboard, tied with Ryan Palmer & Kevin Chapell at -6 after shooting a sweet 65.

 Westwood appeared confident and relaxed as he blazed through the first 18 holes: it remains to be seen if he can sustain this style of play the rest of the way.

Westwood will tee off at 1:25 P.M. (EST) with Adam Scott & Jordan Spieth.

Golden boy Rory Mcllroy continued his impressive style of play as we predicted he would, finding himself  just one stroke off the lead at -5 after shooting a 66.

He is still the clear favorite and is the player to watch at this time.

Mcllroy will tee off at 8:35 A.M. (EST) with Martin Kaymer and Bubba Watson once again.

Tiger Woods, on the other hand, played about as badly as many feared he would due to nagging back issues.  He shot a 74 for round 1, putting him at 3 over.

Tiger managed just 1 birdie in the round and appeared a bit stiff in his swing.  It s obvious that he is not 100% and appears highly unlikely he will advance.

Tiger has a 1:35 P.M. (EST) tee time alongside Phil Mickelson and Padraig Harrington again.

Mickelson, who last won this championship in 2005 shot a 69, putting him t -2 and just 4 strokes off the lead.

Mickelson started off a little shaky but finished strong on the back 9, giving him positive momentum heading into round 2.

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