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PGA Tour Golf Live Streaming: Watch Presidents Cup 2013 Online, U.S. and International Team Day 2 Pairings, Start Time

( [email protected] ) Oct 04, 2013 01:54 AM EDT
The Presidents Cup will continue on Friday, October 4 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The first tee time of round 2 is scheduled to go off around 1:10 p.m. ET, with the last tee time approximately scheduled for 2:05 p.m.

The Presidents Cup will continue on Friday, October 4 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The first tee time of round 2 is scheduled to go off around 1:10 p.m. ET, with the last tee time, approximately scheduled for 2:05 p.m. The U.S. takes a 1-point lead entering Day 2. 

Those who wants to listen to the radio can go to Sirius 208, XM 93, or PGATOUR.COM, the broadcast will start at noon until 6 p.m. 

The International team will keep its same pairings from Thursday's Four-balls. The United States made two changes. American captain Fred Couples decided to go with Mickelson and Bradley in the lead group after their first loss as a duo. They had been 3-0 at last year's Ryder Cup.  

The format will change on Friday, transitioning from Four-ball to Foursomes, where the International team has typically had tremendous trouble staying competitive. It's an alternate shot system, with the two-man team playing one ball and each player getting nine tee shots (if the match goes 18 holes). 

Day 2 pairings are as follows:

Match 1: Jason DayGraham DeLaet, International vs. Phil MickelsonKeegan Bradley, U.S.
Match 2: Ernie ElsBrendon de Jonge, International vs. Hunter MahanBill Haas, U.S.
Match 3: Branden GraceRichard Sterne, International vs. Steve StrickerJordan Spieth, U.S.
Match 4: Angel CabreraMarc Leishman, International vs. Webb SimpsonBrandt Snedeker, U.S.
Match 5: Louis OosthuizenCharl Schwartzel, International vs. Matt KucharTiger Woods, U.S.
Match 6: Adam ScottHideki Matsuyama, International vs. Jason DufnerZach Johnson, U.S.

TV Schedule (All Times ET):

Friday: Golf Channel (1-6 p.m.)
Saturday: NBC (8 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Sunday: NBC (12-6 p.m.)

For those who cannot watch the game on TV, Live Presidents Cup coverage on Golf Channel on NBC will be streamed on NBCSports.com and via the NBC Sports Live Extra app. Fans who are customers of participating cable, satellite, telco and other video subscription services, will be able to enjoy 24/7 streaming of live Golf Channel content through GolfChannel.com and Golf Channel's mobile application, Golf Live Extra.