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WGC-Accenture Match Play 2013: Tee times, TV schedule and matches for Friday

Weather delays and some huge upsets have set the tone early at Dove Mountain.

Jed Jacobsohn

Two days into the 2013 Accenture Match Play Championship, very little has gone to script. On Wednesday, a once-in-a-century snow storm hit the city of Tucson, blanketing the course with two inches of snow. Once play finally got underway on Thursday, two of the world's best golfers, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, were upset in the first round.

On Friday, the weather delays will cause for a wacky schedule. Matches that were supposed to finish up Wednesday afternoon will conclude in the morning. Then, the second round of action will begin. Here is the schedule for Friday, starting with the two first round matches still in progress.

Through 17, Carl Pettersson is 1 Up on Rickie Fowler. The winner of this one will take on Shane Lowry.

Through 15, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano is all square with Francesco Molinari.

16. Shane Lowry vs.
8. Fowler/9. Pettersson

13. Alexander Noren vs.
5. Graeme McDowell

2. Bubba Watson vs.
7. Jim Furyk

14. Russell Henley vs.
11. Jason Day


1. Louis Oosthuizen vs.
9. Robert Garrigus

13. Marcus Frazier vs.
12. Fredrik Jacobson

2. Justin Rose vs.
10. Nicolas Colsaerts

3. Sergio Garcia vs.
6. Matt Kuchar


16. Charles Howell III vs.
8. Fernandez-Castano/9. Molinari

4. Webb Simpson vs.
5. Peter Hanson

15. Rafael Cabrera Bello vs.
7. Martin Kaymer

14. Richard Sterne vs.
6. Hunter Mahan


1. Luke Donald vs.
9. Scott Piercy

4. Steve Stricker vs.
5. Nick Watney

15. Tim Clark
10. Torbjorn Olesen

3. Ian Poulter
6. Bo Van Pelt

Again, due to the weather delays, tee times for Friday's matches are all still up in the air. Look for the action to begin early in the morning and continue until the sun goes down.

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