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The Masters tee times, pairings for first, second rounds revealed

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The Masters tee times and pairings were revealed for the first and second rounds of this weekend’s tournament.

The PGA Tour released them in full for Thursday and Friday. Each group features three players as they all try to make the cut for Saturday and Sunday.

The full pairings can be seen below.

Five-time champion Tiger Woods will tee off at 1:24 p.m. ET Thursday afternoon. He’s paired with Jason Day and Max Homa in one of the featured groups of the day.

Jon Rahm is the defending champion but only has the third-shortest odds to win the 2024 event. Scottie Scheffler was listed as the favorite, with Rory McElroy coming in second.

Tiger Woods says he can win Masters Tournament

While speaking to reporters on Tuesday morning, the golf superstar revealed how he can win the Masters this weekend.

‘If everything comes together… I think I can get one more (green jacket),” Woods revealed.

Woods went on to talk about what the impact the Masters has had on his career.

“This tournament has meant so much to me in my life and my family,” he said. “I think I’ve been playing here for 29 years. It was the ultimate to stay in the crow’s nest. …To have won here as my first major as a pro, hugging my dad as you saw and then full circle in [2019] and hug my son. It has meant a lot to my family and has meant a lot to me. I always want to keep playing this.”

Woods is looking to have a stronger performance at the Masters this year than he had in 2023. The 48-year-old withdrew from The Masters last year due to a plantar fasciitis injury. In 2022, Woods finished 47th in the Masters and did not play in 2021 due to the car accident he was involved in earlier in the year.