AUGUSTA, Ga. — It’s small consolation, but hardcore Tiger Woods fans who can’t make it to the Masters for Thursday’s opening round can at least take the morning off.No matter how many screens you own, golf’s biggest draw won’t make his way onto any of them until sometime after noon, when the Woods’ threesome — which includes Luke Donald and Scott Piercy — reaches the 11th hole. That’s the start of “Amen Corner” and not coincidentally, part of the bonus coverage being streamed live on Masters.com, as well as several other online outlets.The Masters website’s live coverage of this year’s tournament begins with a streaming telecast from the driving range at 9:45 a.m. Fifteen minutes later, coverage of the 15th and 16th holes comes online. At 10:45, viewers will be able to follow the first of the day’s three featured groups — Charl Schwartzel, Webb Simpson and Peter Hanson .They’ll be followed at 11 a.m. by K.J. Choi, Zach Johnson and Graeme McDowell. The last group is Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley and Freddie Jacobson. Live television coverage begins at 2 p.m. on ESPN.Tradition like no otherPaul Azinger was playing a practice round with Mark Calcavecchia and Ken Green in 1988 when the trio arrived at the 16th, a 170-yard, par-3 over a pond that stretches to a severely sloping green. To spice things up, each anted up $100 to whoever could skip the ball across the water — like a flat stone — and onto the putting surface.In the years since, Masters galleries are in on the joke, practically demanding that every group playing the 16th do the same.“Nowadays, you get booed if you don’t go along,” Azinger said. So who cashed that day?“No one made it to the green,” Azinger said.But, hey, at least no one got booed.