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The Masters 2024 LIVE: Leaderboard and latest updates with Scottie Scheffler in the lead ahead of Sunday's final round

The Masters 2024 LIVE: Leaderboard and latest updates with Scottie Scheffler in the lead ahead of Sunday's final round
Rory McIlroy laments slow play on 'tough day' at Masters

Scottie Scheffler has a one-point lead going into Sunday at The Masters, with Collin Morikawa, Max Homme and Ludwig Aberg all eager to chase the green jacket at Augusta National.

It's shaping up to be a great final day of action, with the likes of Bryson DeChambeau and Xander Schauffele not completely out of the running either, despite needing a strong performance with no room for mistakes. Aberg in particular hopes to advance his case to be the first ever Masters winner, following his exploits in the Ryder Cup.

However, it is Scheffler, after a third-round 71 that put him seven under par, who leads the way and who will be the man to follow as he seeks his second Masters title. Rory McIlroy was unable to regain his place among the contenders on Saturday, while Tiger Woods made a record 24th consecutive cut in the tournament, but then endured a hot day yesterday, recording a 10th round.

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The tee times for Masters like Woods are among the top starters

Tiger Woods is among the top players on the final day of the Masters, after a tough round on Saturday.

Woods dropped a third-round 82 and starts alongside amateur Neil Shipley.

1415: Adam Hadwin, Vijay Singh

1425: Jake Knapp, Grayson Murray

1435: A-Neil Shipley, Tiger Woods

1445: Tom Kim, Denny McCarthy

1455: Kurt Kitayama, Thorbjörn Olsen

1505: Eric van Rooyen, Eric Cole

1515: José María Olazábal, Camilo Villegas


Why does TV coverage of The Masters start so late?

Golf fans hoping to tune in to The Masters will once again have to wait for full television coverage to begin with organizers sticking to their traditional broadcast model.

The first men's major championship of the year was established in Augusta, Georgia in 1934, where some 90 of the world's best golfers compete to wear the famous green jacket.

Sky Sports continues to be the exclusive live broadcast partner for the event in the UK, but while the top golfers will tee off at around 1pm GMT in the second round, viewers won't be able to watch each group live until 7.30pm. . This situation is exacerbated by the need for many big names to finish their first rounds on Friday morning after a weather delay on Thursday but fans will not be able to watch.

This is because The Masters' organizers limit the amount of live coverage broadcasters are allowed to show.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 13:15


Masters TV: How to watch Major Golf at Augusta

The best golfers in the world descend on Augusta for The Masters, the first men's major tournament of the year.

After 12 months of wearing the famous green jacket, Jon Rahm returns to defend his title with excitement added by his blockbuster split to the LIV Golf spin-off series.

Negotiations continue between the PGA Tour and LIV backers in Saudi Arabia over a potential partnership but for now all eyes will be on the course as Rahm and his fellow rebels take on those remaining on the Tour.

Among them is 2022 winner Scotty Scheffler, the dominant player in men's golf this year and the favorite to win.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 13:00


Tiger Woods suffers an unwanted third-round Masters breakthrough

Woods insisted he was capable of competing for a 16th major title after playing 23 holes on Friday for a record 24th straight, but dropped to the 82-hole third round instead.

Woods followed a bogey on the fourth with a great birdie on the difficult fifth, but then bogeyed the sixth and ran a double bogey on the seventh.

The 15-time major champion also made a double bogey on the eighth for the first time in his career and dropped another shot on the ninth on the front nine of 42.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 12:30


Masters match times: 4th round groups and schedule

We've reached the final day of the Masters, and world number one and current leader Scottie Scheffler will be paired with Collin Morikawa when they head out on Sunday night for one final round.

The American is looking for his second green jacket at Augusta National, after winning in 2022, and currently has a one-point lead over his partner on the final day. Max Homa has another shot at five-under before Sunday's match, while Swedish debutant Ludwig Aberg remains in fourth place.

Rory McIlroy was one of those to suffer disappointment heading into the weekend and was unable to put himself back among the contenders after one round on Saturday left him in the T21 bracket, while Tiger Woods made a record 24th straight cut in the tournament, only to struggle after… That's from a hot day yesterday, where I scored the 10th round.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 12:00


Scottie Scheffler leads by one shot in the final round of the Masters

Trying to win his second Masters title in three years, Schaeffler carded a third round of 71 to finish seven under par, a shot behind fellow American Collin Morikawa, whose 69 was one of only two under 70 scores on Saturday.

Max Homa is two shots behind the lead after a 73 that included 17 balls and one bogey, with Sweden's Ludwig Aberg another shot behind, the 24-year-old having only turned professional 10 months ago.

Both Aberg and Ryder Cup teammate Nicolai Hojgaard have a chance to become the first player since Fuzzy Zoeller in 1979 to win in their Masters debut, with Hojgaard briefly holding the lead after a hat-trick of birdies from the eighth.

But Hojgaard then bogeyed the next five holes and would start the final round five shots off the pace.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 11:22


Masters 2024 prize money: How much does the winner get?

Jon Rahm is the defending champion and will try to become the fourth player to win two titles in a row.

Rory McIlroy resumes his quest to win his first Masters title and complete a challenging career, while world number one Scottie Scheffler enters the tournament as the favourite.

Scheffler was the 2022 Masters champion, joining an illustrious list of golf greats to have won the Green Jacket.

But the Masters has also produced its fair share of unexpected winners – who are guaranteed a lifetime entry into the tournament if they pull off a win.

Carl MatchettApril 14, 2024 at 11:10