The second round of the 2016 Masters is underway, but many of the world’s top players, including leaderboard mainstay Jordan Spieth have yet to hit Augusta National’s links on Friday.

The defending champion currently sits atop the leaderboard at six-under after nailing six birdies with no bogies in Thursday’s first round. Australia’s Danny Lee began his second round at five-under, only one stroke back of Spieth, and has already started his day in the hopes of eating into the American’s slim lead.

Spieth has certainly put himself into position to be the first back-to-back Masters winner in 14 years, though he does have some heavy competition and breathing down his neck as the second round takes form.

Ireland’s Shane Lowery maintains a full control of third place at four-under par, while England’s Paul Casey and Justin Rose, and Spain’s Sergio Garcia headline a five-way tie for fourth place at three-under.

And several former champions, who are hoping shake off disappointing first-round showings, are lurking and still capable of making moves up the leaderboard to challenge Spieth. Two-time winner Bubba Watson sits just above the projected cut line at four-over, as does Australia’s Adam Scott.

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TV Schedule and Live Stream

As the second round gets under way, ESPN will continue its live coverage starting at 3 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. ET, with a replay of the day at 8 p.m. until 11 p.m.

A live stream, showing featured groups as well as live feeds from Amen Corner and No. 15 and No. 16 holes can be found at CBS Sports through the Masters official site here.

Tee Times

We’ve also highlighted some important tee times, all Eastern: Ian Poulter 9:37a.m.; Jason Day 9:59 a.m.; Angel Cabrera 10:54 a.m.; Rory McIlroy 11:05 a.m.; Zach Johnson 12:33 p.m.; Louis Oosthuizen 12:44 p.m.; Jordan Spieth 12:55 p.m.; Dustin Johnson 1:06 p.m.; Phil Mickelson 1:39 p.m.; Justin Rose, 1:50 p.m.; Adam Scott 2:01 p.m.

The full list of tee times can also be found here.