Who won the Masters in 2023? Complete scores, results, highlights from Augusta National

There was a major turn of events in the fourth and final round of the 2023 Masters Tournament.

Sunday’s action started partway through the third round, where Brooks Koepka began the day at 13 under and in sole possession of the lead. But the odds-on favorite to win heading into the final round at Augusta National had a rough finish. He ended his third round with two bogeys and then shot a 3-over 75 in the fourth round.

He finished tied for second with fellow LIV Golf defector Phil Mickelson, four strokes behind champion Jon Rahm, who began play Sunday four back of Koepka.

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Rahm made his move on the final holes of Round 3, gaining two strokes on Koepka even as both players finished with 1-over 73s for the rain-delayed round. From there, Koepka and Rahm’s paths diverged wildly: Koepka bogeyed three times on the front nine while Rahm played it in 1 under (two birdies, one bogey) to take a two-stroke lead into the back nine.

“I thought 8 was a key birdie. I didn’t expect that bogey on 9, there was a couple of good turns I didn’t expect,” Rahm said in a post-match interview. “And then I had to get Amen Corner even par. That’s what I was looking at.”

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Koepka showed fight on the back nine, notching birdies on 13, 15 and 16, but bogeys on 12, 14 and 17 sealed his fate. It was the first time in his career that he failed to turn a 54-hole lead into a victory in a major, having won the three previous times. Koepka is still pursuing his first green jacket.

Rahm — who started his Masters with a four-putt double bogey on Thursday — needed only not to lose on the back nine on Sunday. That’s exactly what he did, finishing with seven pars and two birdies to beat Koepka and Mickelson by four strokes.

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“Obviously Phil and Jordan (Spieth) were making birdies and finishing strong, and they were finishing their round as we were finishing 10, so making sure I didn’t put myself in a difficult position in 10, 11, 12 was a key,” Rahm said. “And then 13 with that right-to-left was when I could turn a little bit and get in the attack, and that’s what I did.

“It’s not really one moment, but if I had to pick one, hitting that draw perfectly on 13 was the start of it.”

The Sporting News tracked all the action from the third and fourth rounds from Augusta National on Sunday. Check out all the action below:

Masters leaderboard 2023

Scores from Sunday afternoon’s Round 4:

Place Player Score (hole) 1. Jon Rahm -12 (F) T-2. Brooks Koepka -8 (F) T-3. Phil Mickelson -8 (F) T-4. Jordan Spieth -7 (F) T-4. Patrick Reed -7 (F) T-4. Russell Henley -7 (F) T-7. Cameron Young -6 (F) T-7. Viktor Hovland -6 (F) 9. Sahithi Theegala -5 (F)

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Masters live updates, highlights from Round 4

All times Eastern.

7:21 p.m.: Victory for Rahm, who sinks the par attempt and wins his second-ever major. What a day for him, starting four back of Koepka before winning by four strokes.

Jon Rahm wins the Green Jacket. #themasters pic.twitter.com/WZ2P2ehDP7

7:20 p.m.: Koepka nearly birdies, but has the ball roll just by it. He’ll putt out and finish 5 over for the day and 8 under for the tournament.

7:18 p.m.: Rahm’s approach is dead-on: He has a few feet for par, then he will win the second major of his career after the 2021 U.S. Open.

7:12 p.m.: Further up the hole, Hovland and Cantlay finish their days at 6 under and 3 under, respectively, leaving Rahm and Koepka as the last golfers on the course.

7:12 p.m.: Indeed, Rahm takes a provisional ball, and with it a one-stroke penalty.

7:10 p.m.: Not a great drive for Rahm, who’s short of the fairway and somewhere in the trees. He hasn’t got word of where the ball went — a potential provisional penalty.

7:08 p.m.: Rahm sinks par to go to the final hole with a four-shot lead over Koepka.

7:06 p.m.: No matter: Koepka gives him a freebie with a par miss from about 7 feet out. The rest of this tournament is a matter of course.

7:05 p.m.: Rahm’s taking the cautious approach on 17, putting too soft on a birdie attempt and leaving him a bit of work for par.

7:01 p.m.: Koepka, who birdied three of his last four holes, had an outside shot at sending this Masters to a playoff with birdies on 17 and 18 and a little help from Rahm. Instead, his first shot goes into the trees, and his second into the gallery. He’ll need a difficult up-and-down just to salvage par.

6:59 p.m.: Not to be forgotten, Hovland sinks a long birdie to move to 6 under.

6:53 p.m.: Meanwhile, Bennett finishes his great run at the Masters with a bogey on 18, dropping him to tied-for-17th. A great finish all told, but one that will keep him from exemption status in 2024 (which he needed a tied-for-12th finish to earn).

A standing ovation for low amateur Sam Bennett 👏 pic.twitter.com/y2HjFVICHK

6:51 p.m.: Rahm makes a good run at it as well, but can’t sink birdie. He has a three-stroke lead with two holes left to play.

6:51 p.m.: There’s a nice birdie for Koepka, his first back-to-back birdie of the round. That moves him in sole possession of second place at 9 under, three strokes back of Rahm. It’s not quite over yet.

Two birdies in a row and Brooks Koepka moves to solo-second place. #themasters pic.twitter.com/Nf4eyk9oz7

6:45 p.m.: Rahm and Koepka waiting patiently as Cantlay and Hovland try to tidy things up on the 16th.

6:38 p.m.: Koepka’s not going away, at least. He sinks a birdie on the par-5 15th hole, gaining a stroke on the leader (who finishes the hole with a par).

6:24 p.m.: Hovland hits the water on 14.

6:19 p.m.: There’s a three-putt bogey for Koepka on Hole 14. Following Rahm’s birdie on the same hole, he’s five strokes back with just four holes to play. It would take a monumental collapse from Rahm to lose this.

Jon Rahm extends his lead with a masterful birdie at No. 14. #themasters pic.twitter.com/bQmN74Wnna

6:15 p.m.: The leader shows no signs of slowing down on 14. His approach lands on the slope and trickles down to within a few feet of a birdie attempt.

6:06 p.m.: Rahm also birdies on the 13th hole, keeping him three strokes ahead of Koepka. Only five holes remain for the 2023 Masters.

Three up with five to play. Jon Rahm increases his lead. #themasters pic.twitter.com/8yXPCPakWS

6:05 pm.: Koepka gets his first birdie of the round on the par-5 13th hole; it’s his first birdie since the eighth hole in the third round, played this morning. That moves him back into a two-way tie with Mickelson, and two strokes behind Rahm.

Up-and-down birdie on No. 13 for Brooks Koepka. He’s back into a tie for second place. #themasters pic.twitter.com/1RX0MXMKBX

6:04 p.m.: So much for conservative: Rahm nearly eagled from the fringe and has a few-footer for birdie to put some more distance between himself and the field.

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5:59 p.m.: Rahm’s in the fringe on the par-5 13th with some distance to go for birdie. He’s still in position for an up-and-down birdie, but it remains to be seen whether he’ll stay conservative with a three-stroke lead over Koepka.

5:57 p.m.: Scheffler ends the Masters 4 under, including 2 under for the last round. Not bad for the 2022 Masters champion.

5:45 p.m.: Koepka’s in self-destruct mode, missing the par save and dropping three strokes behind Rahm. Mickelson now is in sole possession of second place at 8 under.

5:43 p.m.: Rahm taking a conservative approach, settling for pars with a two-stroke lead over Koepka (who has to save par from the fringe on the 12th).

5:29 p.m.: Birdie for Matthew Fitzpatrick on 16 moves him to 2 under for the round and 4 under for the tournament.

5:16 p.m.: There’s Mickelson’s eighth birdie of the round, dropping him to 8 under — in a two-way tie for second with Koepka. At 7 under in Round 4, it’s his lowest carded final round at Augusta ever. And the 52-year-old is also in position to become the oldest player to finish in the top five at the Masters.

Clubhouse leader. #themasters pic.twitter.com/knz660UE7F

5:05 p.m.: Rahm keeps it interesting with a fairly bad par miss as well, but he’s still out in front at 10 under. He’s 1 under through the front nine.

5:04 p.m.: Koepka is in full-on collapse mode. He’s 3 over for the round and is now in a tie for second with Spieth at 8 under for the tournament.

5:01 p.m.: Rahm catches the slope on the ninth green, but nearly chips his way onto a birdie from the fringe. He’ll have a few feet to save par and stay two strokes ahead of Koepka.

4:59 p.m.: There’s a ninth birdie by Spieth in this round, moving him into third place at 8 under through 17 holes. If he didn’t have two bogeys in the round, he could have been in contention for a win in Augusta.

4:54 p.m.: Mickelson nearly holes out from the fairway on 17 for an eagle; he’ll have a tap-in birdie to move to 7 under for his troubles instead.

4:44 p.m.: Perfect approach from Rahm gives him a foot for birdie on the par-5 eighth hole. He’s got a chance to get two ahead of Koepka … and he sinks it! That’s his second birdie of the day, a four-stroke differential between him and Koepka this round.

A tap-in birdie and two-shot lead for Jon Rahm. #themasters pic.twitter.com/znvcjR0Yxf

4:41 p.m.: Double bogey for Scheffler drops him to 4 under through 12 holes. That might drop him out of contention as well.

4:35 p.m.: And there’s Mickelson at 6 under through 15 holes. This is some of his best golf in several months.

4:33 p.m.: Young has an impressive eagle on the par-5 13th to move to 6 under. Some great golf going on out there.

Have a day, Cameron Young 👏He moves to 6-under and T4 at #theMasters pic.twitter.com/EZC1kTWP5h

4:32 p.m.: Koepa’s drive off Hole 8 is in the gallery. Still early but he’s unraveling a little in the most important round of the tournament.

4:25 p.m.: Theegala’s incredible round continues. He’s 6 under for the round with seven birdies after an impressive chip-in on 16.

Tiger-esque from @SRTheegala 🤌 pic.twitter.com/eOSUauIGE7

4:22 p.m.: Keep an eye on Scheffler: The defending Masters champion is 4 under for the round with 11 holes played, including a 40-foot birdie on his last hole. He’s 6 under for the round and four shots off a tie for the lead.

4:19 p.m.: Koepka’s lag putt comes close to sinking for a birdie, but he’ll have to settle for par. Meanwhile, Rahm has one birdie and six par: He’s 1 under for the round, compared to 2 over for Koepka.

4:13 p.m.: And there’s a birdie by Cantlay to move to 6 under as well. He’s moving onto Hole 8 and has considerably more room to make a move up the leaderboard.

4:12 p.m.: Spieth has his seventh birdie of the day on 14 to move into a three-way tie for third at 6 under. He’s got the par-5 15th coming up.

4:08 p.m.: And we have a new leader: Rahm is atop the leaderboard at 10 under after Koepka bogeys on Hole 6, his second of the round.

4:06 p.m.: Koepka has made a bit of work for himself on the sixth hole; he chips on the green, but has his ball roughly 20 feet past its intended mark. He’ll have that to make for par.

3:49 p.m.: There’s a tremendous two-putt by Hovland on Hole 5 to save par and remain within two shots of Rahm and Koepka.

3:45 p.m.: Scheffler, the defending Masters champ, gets his third birdie of the day on Hole 9 to move back to 5 under for the tournament.

3:40 p.m.: Koepka misses his par attempt, and that bogey will drop him back into the co-lead at 10 under with Rahm after the latter makes his par attempt.

3:37 p.m.: Koepka is in the greenside bunker on Hole 4, but manages to chop his way out for a very makable par attempt from a few feet out. Rahm has a birdie chance to even things up atop the leaderboard.

3:31 p.m.: Disaster for Cantlay on Hole 4, where a narrowly missed birdie turns into a surprising miss for par from just a few feet out. He gains a stroke and falls to 5 under for the tournament.

3:30 p.m.: Spieth looking for his fourth straight birdie on Hole 10; he’s on the green but has some work to steal another.

3:28 p.m.: Rahm birdies on Hole 3, bringing him to within one of Koepka at 10 under. Lots of golf left to be played, but Rahm has to feel good about his chances.

Right in the heart.@JonRahmPGA is now one shot off the lead at #theMasters pic.twitter.com/0bZt3Mven2

3:25 p.m.: Some great golf going on in the last round at the Masters, but it’s Koepka and Rahm still leading the way at 11 and 9 under for the day, respectively.

2:49 p.m.: Theegala is on fire right now. He has birdied half of his holes today and has just one bogey to go 4 under for the round and the tournament.

2:48 p.m.: There’s a fourth birdie for Spieth in eight holes. He’s 2 under for the round and 3 under for the tournament.

2:46 p.m.: Rahm centers it and remains two shots within Koepka, whose own 2-footer for par goes with considerably less drama.

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2:44 p.m.: Rahm chips onto the green and nearly holes it from there. It just misses and rolls a few feet past. He’ll have that to salvage par.

2:43 p.m.: Cameron Young has his third birdie in six holes to move into a four-way tie at 5 under. Great start for him.

2:34 p.m.: Koepka’s first drive of the day is … less than ideal. He goes way left, behind the gallery.

2:17 p.m.: Jason Day has his first birdie of the day on Hole 2 to drop to 4 under for the tournament.

2:13 p.m.: And Mickelson gets one back on the par-3 sixth after dropping a bogey the hole prior. He’s still at 2 under a third of the way through his final round.

1:59 p.m.: Spieth gets one back the very next hole after centering a birdie attempt from several feet out. He’s back to 3 under for the tournament.

1:54 p.m.: Double bogey for Taylor Moore on the fourth hole drops him to 2 over for the round and the tournament.

1:44 p.m.: Spieth hits the bunker on Hole 4 and can’t salvage par from there. There’s his first bogey of the round to drop him back to 2 under.

1:37 p.m.: There’s a birdie on 13 for Chris Kirk to get him back to even for the tournament.

1:34 p.m.: Brutal lip-out for Keegan Bradley on Hole 4, which would have saved par. He taps in the bogey to go 1 over for the tournament.

1:24 p.m.: Tyrell Hatton rights the ship a bit by getting birdie on Hole 13 after bogeying on two of his first three holes. He’s back to 1 over for the tournament.

1:22 p.m.: What a fourth round for Sahith Theegala, who birdies on Holes 1, 2 and 4 (earning the first birdie of the round on Hole 4). He’s 3 under for the round and the tournament.

1:20 p.m.: Mickelson and Spieth both two-putt for birdies on Hole 2, moving them to 2- and 3-under for the tournament, respectively. That’s the second birdie for Spieth in as many holes, as well.

1:02 p.m.: Meanwhile, Mickelson’s partner, Jordan Spieth, gets a shot ahead of him with a birdie on Hole 1, moving him to 2 under.

1:01 p.m.: Phil Mickelson (1-under) misses the chance to birdie on his first hole of the day, missing just right of the hole. He’ll remain 1 under heading onto Hole 2.

Masters Round 3 highlights

(All times Eastern.)

Sunday, April 9

11:49 a.m.: Jon Rahm nets a par on 18, and he and Brooks Koepka match 73s in Round 3.

11:32 a.m.: Koepka three-putts on 17, giving a stroke back to Rahm, who pars the hole. Koepka (-11) and Rahm (-9) head into the 18th hole 1-2.

11:13 a.m.: Rahm drops another stroke, this time on 16. Just misses the par putt. Koepka drops in his par putt to extend the lead to three. Sam Bennett goes a little cold, bogeying 13 and 14, dropping him to -4 on the tournament.

10:40 a.m.: Koepka saves par after hitting some patrons on 14, and the lead remains two. Rahm came up just shy on a 23-foot putt that would have been good for birdie.

10:26 a.m.: Viktor Hovland getting hot once again: He sinks his fourth consecutive birdie on 14, sitting 7-under for the tournament.

Climbing up the leader board, Viktor Hovland cards four straight birdies on Nos. 11, 12, 13 and 14 to move to seven under par. #themasters pic.twitter.com/XU3ibbMnrd

10:22 a.m.: Rahm drops a stroke on 13, with a three-putt. The ball just kisses the edge of the hole, as Koepka extends his lead back to two.

10:15 a.m.: No risks taken by Rahm, Koepka and Bennett on 13. All three lay up, and all three end up with long putts on their fourth shot of Hole 13.

10:02 a.m.: Koepka bogeys No. 12 , just missing a par putt attempt. Rahm follows with a par putt of his own — and the lead is down to just one stroke.

10:01 a.m.: Scottie Scheffler finishes out his third round with a par on Hole 9. He’s at -2 for the tournament.

9:54 a.m.: Both Rahm and Koepka’s opening shots on 12 miss the back side of the green. Sam Bennett’s shot lands on the green.

9:36 a.m.: Patrick Cantlay having a nice go of it in Round 3, at 5-under and in sole possession of third.

9:30 a.m.: Koepka saves par with a nice putt, and Rahm follows with a par putt for his own. Both golfers through 10 now.

To maintain momentum, leader Brooks Koepka converts a par save on No. 10. #themasters pic.twitter.com/uNlqVdYlIe

9:23 a.m.: Koepka’s first shot on 10 lands in some pine needles, and has to chip out. Could be setting up for a bogey, though he has a long putt to try and save par.

8:55 a.m.: Rahm starts his Sunday with back-to-back birdies on Holes 7 and 8. Koepka matches with a birdie on Hole 8.

Both Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm birdie No. 8. The lead remains at two. #themasters pic.twitter.com/XTF1qUukPK

8:51 a.m.: Sam Bennett, the amateur whose made a big name for himself entering Round 3, sinks a long birdie putt on Hole 8.

Sam Bennett buries an early birdie at #theMasterspic.twitter.com/WxgGbZtkVS

8:35 a.m.: Minutes after players returned to the course, the tournament tightened up. Brooks Koepka bogeyed the seventh as Jon Rahm drained a putt for a birdie, a two-shot swing that brought Rahm to within two of the lead.

Brooks Koepka’s bogey at No. 7 snaps a streak of 29 consecutive holes played without a bogey or worse (first bogey since No. 13 in the first round).#theMasters

7:55 a.m.: Tiger Woods released a statement about his withdrawal, explaining that he has reaggravated his plantar fasciitis.

I am disappointed to have to WD this morning due to reaggravating my plantar fasciitis. Thank you to the fans and to @TheMasters who have shown me so much love and support. Good luck to the players today!

7:15 a.m.: Tiger Woods will not be back on the course Sunday with the rest of the field. He has withdrawn from the tournament due to an unspecified injury after a grueling Saturday.

Due to injury, @TigerWoods has officially withdrawn from the Masters Tournament after completing seven holes of his third round. #themasters

Saturday, April 8

4:50 p.m.: Masters officials have announced the third round will resume at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday morning. After that round is completed, the final round will begin at 12:30 p.m., with players teeing off on the 1st and 10th holes.

#themasters pic.twitter.com/QLU2Ve2lKL

3:25 p.m.: With the rain expected to continue, officials have suspended play. Round 3 will resume tomorrow morning.

Due to inclement weather conditions, the third round has been officially suspended for the rest of the day as of 3:15 p.m. EDT.Further information will be announced once available.#themasters

3:21 p.m. PLAY SUSPENDED: Air horns ring out across the grounds to signal a weather delay. The final group had just reached the 7th green, which was starting to look more like a pond than a putting surface. Rahm still hit a beautiful approach shot in there before play was halted, and he’ll have a makable birdie putt when play resumes. Koepka will have a tricky par putt after blasting out of the greenside bunker.

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3:03 p.m.: The course is getting soggy. It’s been raining all day and, despite its high-tech drainage system, Augusta National is getting waterlogged.

2:49 p.m.: All three members of the final group make routine pars at No. 6. Rahm holed an important knee-knocker for par to stop the bleeding. He remains four shots behind Koepka, who continues to look rock solid.

2:34 p.m.: Back-to-back bogeys for Rahm, who three-putted the tricky green on No. 5. Koepka manages to two-putt from almost the same spot, giving him a four-shot lead. Morikawa also gives back a shot with a bogey after a loose tee shot on No. 6.

2:12 p.m.: Rahm got himself into a world of hurt on No. 4. After a disappointing tee shot came up well short and right of the green, he pitched his second shot over the putting surface, leaving another difficult pitch for his third shot on the par 3. He managed to get up and down for bogey, dropping him to -10, while Koepka and Bennett both made par.

2:07 p.m.: There’s a familiar name creeping up the leaderboard. Phil Mickelson just sank a long, curling birdie putt on No. 6 to move to -6. What an impressive week so far for the 52-year old! He loves this golf course.

Collin Morikawa moves into solo third with a birdie at No. 4. #themasters pic.twitter.com/0CcwYWzybq

2:00 p.m.: All three players in the final group make par on hole No. 3. Bennett needed that one to stop the bleeding after his rough start. One hole ahead, Collin Morikawa hits a gorgeous shot to a few feet on the par 3 4th hole and sinks the birdie putt to move into solo third place.

Collin Morikawa moves into solo third with a birdie at No. 4. #themasters pic.twitter.com/0CcwYWzybq

1:41 p.m.: A bad start for Bennett gets even worse. His drive on No. 2 sails into the left trees, and he’s forced to take a penalty stroke for an unplayable lie. He’s able to punch out into the fairway, but his approach goes long and he finishes with a bogey on the par 5. Koepka hits his second shot into the greenside bunker but manages to get up and down for birdie, while Rahm makes it on the green in two and two-putts for his birdie. They have extended their advantage over the rest of the field.

1:23 p.m.: Bennett finds the greenside bunker with his approach, and after blasting out to 20 feet he can’t convert the par putt. His day starts with a bogey, while Rahm and Koepka both get up and down for par on hole No. 1. Meanwhile on No. 10, Tiger Woods starts his round with a bogey after coming up short on his approach shot. He currently finds himself at the very bottom of the leaderboard.

1:16 p.m.: Those were three nervy tee shots by our leaders. Rahm and Bennett both hit hooks into the left trees, while Koepka flared his drive out to the right and found the fairway bunker.

1:10 p.m.: Anything can change, but right now this looks like a three horse race. Koepka, Rahm and Bennett have a clear edge over the rest of the field. They’re all playing together today, and their round just got underway on the 1st hole.

12:58 p.m.: The final groups are just minutes away from teeing off. Buckle up, this is going to be a wet and wild third round at Augusta.

12:34 p.m.: Patrick Cantlay is showing us there are scores out there today, at least when the rain isn’t pouring down. He has rattled off three consecutive birdies to move to -3 on the day and -5 for the tournament.

12:13 p.m.: Conditions remain challenging in Augusta as we move into the afternoon. Temperatures are hovering below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The rain has stopped for the time being, but it’s expected to pick back up shortly. Today will be a real test of perseverance for these players.

11:41 a.m.: Players have already begun teeing off in Round 3 after a quick turnaround following the conclusion of Round 2. But we’ll have to wait a little over an hour before the leaders — and Tiger Woods — hit the course.

11:08 a.m.: Round 3 will begin at 11:30 a.m. ET.

10:45 a.m.: The hole locations are set for whenever Round 3 begins:

Hole locations for the third round. #themasters pic.twitter.com/iabTzQGUwQ

What channel is Round 3 of the Masters on today?

  • TV channel: CBS
  • TV broadcast times: 3-7:30 p.m. ET
  • Live stream: Masters.com, CBS Sports app, Paramount Plus

Round 3 of the 2023 Masters Tournament will be broadcast live on CBS. Jim Nantz, Trevor Immelman and Ian Baker-Finch will be in the booth, with Dottie Pepper, Frank Nobilo, Verne Lundquist, Andrew Catalon and Amanda Renner reporting from on the course at Augusta National.

Free live streaming coverage will be available throughout the afternoon on Masters.com. CBS’ live coverage will also be simulcast on the CBS Sports app and Paramount Plus beginning at 3 p.m. ET. Cord-cutters can also tune into a live stream on fuboTV.

MORE: Full TV schedule for the 2023 Masters Tournament

Here is the full breakdown of the Masters TV schedule (all times Eastern):

Date Time (ET) TV channel Thursday, April 7 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, Fubo Friday, April 8 3-7:30 p.m. ESPN, Fubo Saturday, April 9 8 a.m.-TBD ESPN, Fubo Saturday, April 9 3-7 p.m. CBS, Fubo Sunday, April 10 2-7 p.m. CBS, Fubo

Masters tee times for Round 3

In an effort to speed up play, the competitors will tee off in groups of three starting on both the 1st and 10th holes in Round 3.

1st tee

Time (ET) Players 11:30 a.m. Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Cameron Smith 11:42 a.m. Tom Kim, Keegan Bradley, Xander Schauffele 11:54 a.m. Hideki Matsuyama, Harris English, Matt Fitzpatrick 12:06 p.m. Kyoung-Hoon Lee, Ryan Fox, Patrick Reed 12:18 p.m. Justin Rose, Russell Henley, Shane Lowry 12:30 p.m. Gary Woodland, Phil Mickelson, Joaquin Niemann 12:42 p.m. Sam Burns, Jordan Spieth, Cameron Young 12:54 p.m. Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland, Jason Day 1:06 p.m. Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm, Sam Bennett

10th tee

Time (ET) Players 11:30 a.m. Sepp Straka, Harold Varner III, Dustin Johnson 11:42 a.m. Scottie Scheffler, Tommy Fleetwood, Tony Finau 11:54 a.m. Sahith Theegala, Abraham Ancer, Mito Pereira 12:06 p.m. Tyrrell Hatton, Max Homa, Chris Kirk 12:18 p.m. Taylor Moore, Si Woo Kim, Zach Johnson 12:30 p.m. Fred Couples, Mackenzie Hughes, Seamus Power 12:42 p.m. J.T. Poston, Talor Gooch, Keith Mitchell 12:54 p.m. Charl Schwartzel, Billy Horschel, Scott Stallings 1:06 p.m. Thomas Pieters, Tiger Woods, Sungjae Im

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