Masters Pairings

April 10, 2002 at 12:35 PM   |   Comments

AUGUSTA, Ga., April 10 (UPI) -- Pairings and starting times for the opening two rounds of The Masters. The first time listed is for Thursday, April 11. The second time listed is for Friday, April 12. x-denotes amateur. Times EDT.

8:30 a.m. -- 11:15 a.m. -- Charles Coody, Tommy Aaron

8:41 a.m. -- 11:26 a.m. -- Tom Lehman, Paul Lawrie, Craig Perks

8:52 a.m. -- 11:37 a.m. -- Fuzzy Zoeller, Adam Scott, Kevin Sutherland

9:03 a.m. -- 11:48 a.m. -- Nick Faldo, Frank Lickliter, Hal Sutton

9:14 a.m. -- 11:59 a.m. --- Mark Brooks, Rory Sabbatini, Jerry Kelly

9:25 a.m. -- 12:10 p.m. --- Ben Crenshaw, a-Tim Jackson, Scott Verplank

9:36 a.m. -- 12:21 p.m. --- Scott Hoch, Kirk Triplett, Mark Calcavecchia

9:47 a.m. -- 12:32 p.m. --- Raymond Floyd, a-Michael Hoey, Jeff Sluman

9:58 a.m. -- 12:43 p.m. --- Jesper Parnevik, Chris DiMarco, Paul McGinley

10:09 a.m. -- 12:54 p.m. --- David Duval, Ernie Els, Greg Norman

10:20 a.m. -- 1:05 p.m. --- Arnold Palmer, a-Robert Hamilton, Toru Taniguchi

10:31 a.m. -- 1:16 p.m. --- Retief Goosen, Scott McCarron, Colin Montgomerie

10:42 a.m. -- 1:27 p.m. --- Jose Maria Olazabal, Michael Campbell, Matt Kuchar

10:53 a.m. -- 1:38 p.m. --- Tiger Woods, a-Bubba Dickerson, Toshi Izawa

11:04 a.m. -- 1:49 p.m. --- Gary Player, Charles Howell III, Jose Coceres

11:15 a.m. -- 8:30 a.m. --- Mark O'Meara, Joe Durant, Robert Allenby

11:26 a.m. -- 8:41 a.m. --- Sandy Lyle, Stewart Cink, Steve Lowery

11:37 a.m. -- 8:52 a.m. --- Fred Couples, Shingo Katayama, Tom Pernice

11:48 a.m. -- 9:03 a.m. --- Seve Ballesteros, Steve Stricker, Kenny Perry

11:59 a.m. -- 9:14 a.m. --- Ian Woosnam, Jim Furyk, Miguel Angel Jimenez

12:10 p.m. -- 9:25 a.m. --- Larry Mize, Lee Westwood, Billy Andrade

12:21 p.m. -- 9:36 a.m. --- Tom Watson, a-Chez Reavie, Billy Mayfair

12:32 p.m. -- 9:47 a.m. --- Lee Janzen, Tom Kite, Rocco Mediate

12:43 p.m. -- 9:58 a.m. --- Davis Love, Nick Price, Brad Faxon

12:54 p.m. -- 10:09 a.m. --- Craig Stadler, Stuart Appleby, Padraig Harrington

1:05 p.m. -- 10:20 a.m. --- Vijay Singh, Thomas Bjorn, Justin Leonard

1:16 p.m. -- 10:31 a.m. --- David Toms, Sergio Garcia, Paul Azinger

1:27 p.m. -- 10:42 a.m. --- Phil Mickelson, Darren Clarke, Angel Cabrera

1:38 p.m. -- 10:53 a.m. --- John Daly, Mike Weir, Niclas Fasth

1:49 p.m. -- 11:04 a.m. --- Bernhard Langer, Bob Estes, Shigeki Maruyama

Topics: Adam Scott, Angel Cabrera, Arnold Palmer, Ben Crenshaw, Bernhard Langer, Billy Andrade, Billy Mayfair, Charles Howell, Charles Howell III, Chris DiMarco, Colin Montgomerie, Craig Stadler, Darren Clarke, David Duval, David Toms, Ernie Els, Fred Couples, Fuzzy Zoeller, Gary Player, Greg Norman, Ian Woosnam, Jeff Sluman, Jerry Kelly, Jesper Parnevik, Jim Furyk, Joe Durant, John Daly, Jose Maria Olazabal, Justin Leonard, Kenny Perry, Kevin Sutherland, Kirk Triplett, Lee Janzen, Lee Westwood, Mark Calcavecchia, Mark O'Meara, Matt Kuchar, Michael Campbell, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Mike Weir, Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Niclas Fasth, Padraig Harrington, Paul Azinger, Paul Lawrie, Paul McGinley, Phil Mickelson, Retief Goosen, Robert Allenby, Robert Hamilton, Rocco Mediate, Rory Sabbatini, Sandy Lyle, Scott Hoch, Scott McCarron, Scott Verplank, Sergio Garcia, Seve Ballesteros, Shigeki Maruyama, Shingo Katayama, Steve Stricker, Stewart Cink, Stuart Appleby, Thomas Bjorn, Tiger Woods, Tom Kite, Tom Lehman, Tom Pernice, Tom Watson, Toru Taniguchi, Vijay Singh
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