Friday's action at the 2011 Master's was an incredible showing of talent and focus by a number of players, namely leader Rory McIlroy and 4 time champion Tiger Woods. But the tee times for moving day have produced some notable pairings to keep an eye on throughout the course of the third round at Augusta:
11:15 a.m.- Nick Watney, Bill Haas: Fresno State Alum Nick Watney is 10 shots out from the leaders, but you never know what's going to happen during the last 36 holes at Augusta National.
12:55 p.m.- Phil Mickelson, Gary Woodland: Both at -2 par, Mickelson will need to do some work to get back into contention, while youngster Gary Woodland is one of the longest drivers on tour, but can it take him the sistance this weekend?
2:15 p.m.- Y.E. Yang, Ricky Barnes: The former PGA champ Yang and Stockton native Barnes will be out to position themselves amongst the top for the final round Sunday.
2:25 p.m.- Geoff Ogilvy, Alvaro Quiros: Both at -6 par, Ogilvy will try to continue to quietly remain amongst the leaders, while Thursday's co-leader Quiros will be looking to make some more noise and get himself back atop the leaderboard.
2:35 p.m.- K.J. Choi, Tiger Woods: These two will take some comfort in knowing they've played with one another before on the weekend at the Masters, although Choi will be looking for his first major while Tiger is attempting to run down Jack Nicklaus' all time record of 18 majors while getting his first win since his personal life caved in last year.
2:45 p.m.- Rory McIlroy, Jason Day- The 21 year old Northern Irishman and the 23 year old Austrailian are both looking for their first major victory in their short professional careers so far, and both have shown they've got the talent to hang with anyone in the field.