The Sentry 2024: Round 2 Tee Times and Pairings Explored

Published 01/04/2024, 9:50 PM EST

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Bearing no cut after the 36 holes of completion, none of your favorite golfers will be leaving the inaugural event of the PGA Tour’s 2024 schedule. The Sentry is one of the first no-cut signature events with a $20 million prize pool, out of which the winner will get a whopping $3.6 million.

Moreover, the 700 FedExCup points and the OWGR points will indeed affect the winner’s position in the world rankings and the 2024 FedExCup standings. The players will be stepping onto the greens for the second leg of the event. What are the pairings and tee times for the 59 players’ field?

The top five on the leaderboard after round one


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Sentry 2024 is in full swing at the Plantation Course in Kapalua, Maui. The heralded event has gone through a round with Collin Morikawa, Camillo Villegas, and Sahith Theegala, along with Sungjae Im and Jason Day tying for first place, while world no. five, Patrick Cantlay, and world no. six, Xander Schauffele, are contending on T6 on the leaderboard.

It has been only day one, and things have started to fire up for the 59- players’ field. It is natural for golf enthusiasts to wonder who will be facing whom in the second round of The Sentry. It begins with Nico Echavarria and Matt Wallace starting the intense game battle.


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Then 12 minutes later, Keegan Bradley, Tyrell Hatton, and Matt Fitzpatrick will continue the play and attempt to better their day-one score and contend for the top spot. When will the T1 golfers play, you ask? The 2023 Fortinet Championship winner, Theegala, will be playing with Sam Burns and Wyndham Clark, six groups after the Bradley-Hatton-Fitzpatrick group.

Morikawa and Villegas will follow just a few minutes after Theegala tees it up. The last group of golfers are Ludvig Aberg, Rickie Fowler, and Max Homa. If you are wondering about the rest of the tee times and pairings, they are listed below!

Round 2 tee time for The Sentry


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The second round will start on Friday at the same time, which is 12:54 p.m. (all times EST). Round 2 will be broadcast by The Golf Channel at 6:00 p.m; the streaming of the same will be on Peacock, and ESPN+ will showcase particular group pairings.  The no-cut, limited field pairings for the $3.6 million prize purse are as follows:

12:45 p.m.–Nico Echavarria, Matt Wallace
12:57 p.m.–Keegan Bradley, Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Fitzpatrick
1:09 p.m.–Akshay Bhatia, Nick Taylor, Cam Davis
1:21 p.m.–Vincent Norrman, Chris Kirk, Brendon Todd
1:33 p.m.–Lucas Glover, Sungjae Im, Adam Hadwin
1:45 p.m.–Adam Svensson, Kurt Kitayama, Emiliano Grillo
1:57 p.m.–Erik van Rooyen, Jason Day, Corey Conners
2:09 p.m.–Taylor Moore, Andrew Putnam, Justin Rose
2:21 p.m.–Sam Burns, Sahith Theegala, Wyndham Clark
2:51 p.m.–Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Tom Kim
3:03 p.m.–Brian Harman, Eric Cole, Camilo Villegas
3:15 p.m.–Seamus Power, Adam Schenk, Lee Hodges
3:27 p.m.–Luke List, Davis Riley, Hideki Matsuyama
3:39 p.m.–Nick Hardy, Russell Henley, Sepp Straka
3:51 p.m.–Patrick Rodgers, Tom Hoge, Ben An
4:03 p.m.–Denny McCarthy, J.T. Poston, Mac Hughes
4:15 p.m.–Si Woo Kim, Cam Young, Harris English
4:27 p.m.–Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau, Patrick Cantlay
4:39 p.m. – Max Homa, Ludvig Åberg, Rickie Fowler


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As the tournament draws closer to its final act. Who do you think will lift the Sentry trophy? Before that, share with us your round 2 predictions for The Sentry in the comments, and tell us your favorite pairings of the lot!

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