Charley Hoffman took a commanding lead in the opening round yesterday after world number one Dustin Johnson was forced to leave the field due to a back injury.
Day two of the US Masters begins today at 8am ET (1pm UK time) with Rod Pampling squaring off against William McGirt.
A total of 32 pounds will be played out today at the Augusta National Gold Club in Georgia. The last play of the day will tee off with Brandt Snedeker, Justin Rose and Jason Day.
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Here are all the tee times for today's 32 rounds of golf at the US Masters
How to watch the US Masters
The US Masters will be covered by Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 4 from 7pm BST today. BBC Two will show highlights today at 7pm BST and tomorrow at 1pm.
BBC Radio Five will also cover the Augusta tournament from 10pm today, 9pm on Saturday and 8pm on Sunday.
Golf fans also have the opportunity to watch a live stream on the US Tournament website. The live stream will begin in 5pm BST.
Owners of iOS and Android devices can stream the golf matches free of charge via the official US Masters app.
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US Masters Tee Times US/UK times:
8am ET (1pm BST) – Rod Pampling and William McGirt.
8.11am ET (1.11pm BST) – Mark O'Meara, Hudson Swafford and Roberto Castro.
8.22am ET (1.22pm BST) – Ian Woosnam, James Hahn and Brad Dalke.
8.33am ET (1.33pm BST) – Ross Fisher, Pat Perez and Byeong Hun An.
8.44am ET (1.44pm BST) – Jose Maria Olazabal, Ryan Moore and Webb Simpson.
8.55am ET (1.55pm BST) – Ernie Els, Jason Dufner and Bernd Wiesberger.
9.06am ET (2.06pm BST) – Danny Willett, Matt Kuchar and Curtis Luck .
9.17am ET (4.17pm BST) – Vijay Singh, Emiliano Grillo and Toto Gana.
9.28am ET (4.28pm BST) – Angel Cabrera, Henrik Stenson and Tyrrell Hatton.
9.39am ET (2.39pm BST) – Charl Schwartzel, Steve Stricker and Mackenzie Hughes.
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The first tee off starts at 8am ET (1p BST) today
10.01pm ET (3.01pm BST) – Charley Hoffman, Chris Wood and Yuta Ikeda.
10.12pm ET (3.12pm BST) – Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood and Shane Lowry.
10.23pm ET (3.23pm BST) – Bernhard Langer, Alex Noren and Patrick Reed.
10.34pm ET (3.34pm BST) – Rory McIlroy, Hideto Tanihara and Jon Rahm.
10.45pm ET (3.45pm BST) – Marc Leishman, Bill Haas and Justin Thomas.
10.56pm ET (3.56pm BST) – Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson and Jimmy Walker.
11.07pm ET (4.07pm BST) – Daniel Summerhays and Russell Henley.
11.18pm ET (4.18pm BST) – Trevor Immelman, Brendan Steele and Jhonattan Vegas.
11.29pm ET (4.29pm BST) – Mike Weir, Billy Hurley III and Scott Piercy.
11.40pm ET (4.40pm BST) – Larry Mize, Brian Stuard and Stewart Hagestad.
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11.51pm ET (4.51pm BST) Soren Kjeldsen, Kevin Chappell and Jim Furyk.
12.13pm ET (5.13pm BST) – Sandy Lyle, Sean O'Hair and Scott Gregory.
12.24pm ET (5.24pm BST) – Zach Johnson, Louis Oosthuizen and Adam Hadwin.
12.35pm ET (5.35pm BST) – Tommy Fleetwood, Gary Woodland and J. B. Holmes.
12.46pm ET (5.46pm BST) – Adam Scott, Kevin Kisner and Andy Sullivan.
12.57pm ET (5.57pm BST) – Francesco Molinari, Daniel Berger and Thomas Pieters.
1.08pm ET (6.08pm BST) – Fred Couples, Paul Casey and Kevin Na.
1.19pm ET (6.19pm BST) – Russell Knox, Rickie Fowler and Hideki Matsuyama.
1.30pm ET (6.30pm BST) – Branden Grace, Brooks Koepka and Jeunghun Wang.
1.41pm ET (6.41pm BST) – Jordan Spieth, Martin Kaymer and Matthew Fitzpatrick.
1.52pm ET (6.52pm BST) – Phil Mickelson, Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Si Woo Kim.
2.03pm ET (7.02pm BST) – Brandt Snedeker, Justin Rose and Jason Day.