2012 Children's Miracle Network Classic: TV schedule, tee times, pairings for Friday

Sam Greenwood

Golfers are waking up early on Friday for the second round of the Children's Miracle Network Classic. When and where are the current leaders teeing off and where can golf fans watch coverage of the event?

The second round of the Children's Miracle Network Classic is Friday at the Magnolia Golf Course at Lake Buena Vista, Fla. First round leader Charlie Wi of South Korea is set to tee off at 7:05 a.m. ET from hole No. 10. Wi's partner is American Tom Pernice Jr., who shot a first round 72.

The two players tied behind Wi by one stroke both tee off later in the morning. Camilo Villegas of Colombia, who shot seven-under in the first round, is set to tee off from No. 1 at 11:35 a.m. ET along with Gary Woodland, who shot a first round one-over. American Tommy Gainey, who was tied with Villegas after the first round, is set to tee off at 11:05 a.m. ET from No. 1 along with Rich Beem, who shot a first round three-over. For a complete list of tee times and updated leaderboard, check out the PGA Tour's official website.

The second round will be broadcast on the Golf Channel starting at 1 p.m. and running until 4 p.m. ET. Sirius XM radio will provide coverage from the same amount of time.

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