Masters 2019

Masters 2019: With 54 holes in the books and 18 more to get in before inclement weather hits on Sunday afternoon, the 2019 Masters is off and running early as play began at 7:30 a.m. ET.

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The televised broadcast window begins at 9 a.m. with the 54-hole leader and his group taking the course shortly thereafter. This will be golf at a breakneck pace at one of the most pristine courses and most revered tournaments of the year.

That means Tiger Woods, making his first appearance in a final pairing at Augusta National since 2007 after shooting a 7-under 67 on Saturday, will lineup alongside Tony Finau and solo leader Francesco Molinari at 9:20 a.m. Molinari is on top of the pack at 13 under, while Woods and Finau (who shot one of three 8-under 64s on Saturday) are two back at 11 under. There’s plenty of big names behind them also in contention for a green jacket, and Sunday will be a sprint to the finish among some of the top golfers in the world.

There will be plenty of action throughout the day at Augusta National, but with golfers playing in threesomes and starting at both the No. 1 and No. 10 tees, there’s a lot to wade through. All that’s left is to find out when Woods and your favorite golfers are playing so you can follow them throughout the day, both on CBS Sports and streaming on Masters Live. Well, we are here to answer that question for you. Here’s a look at the tee times and pairings for Sunday as the 2019 Masters continues from Augusta National. Also, here’s our complete TV coverage and live streaming guide for the Masters.

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2019 Masters tee times, pairings for Sunday

All times Eastern

No. 10

7:30 a.m. — Kyle Stanley, Viktor Hovand (a), Charley Hoffman
7:41 a.m. — Kevin Kisner, Bryson DeChambeau, Takumi Kanaya (a)
7:52 a.m. — Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, Gary Woodland
8:03 a.m. — Jimmy Walker, J.B. Holmes, Charles Howell III
8:14 a.m. — Kiradech, Aphibarnrat, Kevin Na, Alvaro Ortiz (a)
8:25 a.m. — Patrick Reed, Devon Bling (a), Keith Mitchell
8:36 a.m. — Tyrrell Hatton, Satoshi Kodaira, Andrew Landry
8:47 a.m. — Bernhard Langer, Rafael Cabrera Bello, Eddie Pepperell
8:58 a.m. — Branden Grace, Martin Kaymer, Haotong Li
9:09 a.m. — Emiliano Grillo, Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel
9:20 a.m. — Trevor Immelman, Alex Noren

No. 1

7:30 a.m. — Aaron Wise, Marc Leishman, Si Woo Kim
7:41 a.m. — Matthew Fitzpatrick, Kevin Tway, Patton Kizzire
7:52 a.m. — Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Smith
8:03 a.m. — Jordan Spieth, Tommy Fleetwood, Corey Conners
8:14 a.m. — Jason Day, Bubba Watson, Lucas Bjerregaard
8:25 a.m. — Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm
8:36 a.m. — Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Thorbjorn Olesen
8:47 a.m. — Louis Oosthuizen, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler
8:58 a.m. — Matt Kuchar, Justin Harding, Xander Schauffele
9:09 a.m. — Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson, Ian Poulter
9:20 a.m. — Francesco Molinari, Tony Finau, Tiger Woods

Masters 2019 Final Round

Masters 2019: Record scores on the white boards at Augusta National. Ground-shaking roars for Tiger Woods along the back nine.

Francesco Molinari blocked out the buzz on a delirious day of nine players sharing space atop the leaderboard Saturday. He emerged with another rock-solid round that looked spectacular only on his scorecard.

Molinari ran off four straight birdies on the back nine for a 6-under 66 that kept Woods and everyone else at a short arm’s length going into a Sunday unlike any other at the Masters — an early start because of storms forecast for Sunday afternoon, with threesomes going off the first and 10th tees. The leaders teed off at 9:20 a.m.

How to watch round 4 of the 2019 Masters Tournament
What: The final round of the 2019 Masters Tournament
When: April 14
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia
TV channels: CBS, with live coverage starting at 9 a.m. ET
Online: Early live coverage on Masters.com
Live leaderboard: CBS Sports

Live coverage on TV and online

CBS: Round 4 coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET on Sunday. CBS’ Jim Nantz hosts for the 32nd straight year.
Live stream: You can watch The Masters on Sunday on CBS Sports and CBS All Access – start a free trial. The final round will also stream on fuboTV – start a free trial.
CBS Sports stream: Follow the updated leaderboard and extra video feeds on CBS Masters Live Stream and on the CBS Sports mobile app.
Online: Check CBS Sports for constant live updates.

The tweaked Sunday format put Woods in the final group at the Masters for the first time in 12 years, two shots behind. Woods has won all 14 of his majors when he had at least a share of the lead going into the final round. He brings momentum to this major, having contended in the last two.

“It’s been a while since I’ve been in contention here,” Woods said. “But then again, the last two majors count for something. I’ve been in the mix with a chance to win major championships in the last two years, and so that helps.”

Molinari played with Woods on the final day at Carnoustie last summer and outplayed the 14-time major champion amid a crowded leaderboard to win the British Open.

This is different.

This is Augusta National, where the gallery that cheered louder with each birdie by Woods made it clear they were aching to see the four-time champion slip a green jacket over a red shirt for the first time since 2005.

“He obviously loves this place, and he’s playing great golf,” Molinari said. “So I’m aware that it’s not going to be easy tomorrow and, like I said, I can just do my best.”

Woods has not played in the final group at a major since he gave up a two-shot lead to Y.E. Yang at Hazeltine in the 2009 PGA Championship

He got there Saturday with three straight birdies on the front and finished with three birdies over his last six holes for a 67, his best score at the Masters since the final round in 2011.

Joining them is be Tony Finau, playing this year on two good ankles after a self-inflicted injury a year ago. He was part of a history-making Saturday as one of three players to shoot 64.
Tee times and groupings

1st tee

7:30 a.m.: Aaron Wise, Marc Leishman, Si Woo Kim
7:41 a.m.: Matthew Fitzpatrick, Kevin Tway, Patton Kizzire
7:52 p.m.: Henrik Stenson, Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Smith
8:03 a.m.: Jordan Spieth, Tommy Fleetwood, Corey Conners
8:14 a.m.: Jason Day, Bubba Watson, Lucas Bjerregaard
8:25 a.m.: Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm
8:36 a.m.: Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, Thorbjorn Olesen
8:47 a.m.: Louis Oosthuizen, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler
8:58 a.m.: Matt Kuchar, Justin Harding, Xander Schauffele
9:09 a.m.: Brooks Koepka, Webb Simpson, Ian Poulter
9:20 a.m.: Francesco Molinari, Tony Finau, Tiger Woods

10th tee:
7:30 a.m.: Kyle Stanley, Viktor Hovland, Charley Hoffman
7:41 a.m.: Kevin Kisner, Bryson DeChambeau, Takumi Kanaya
7:52 p.m.: Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley, Gary Woodland
8:03 a.m.: Jimmy Walker, J. B. Holmes, Charles Howell III
8:14 a.m.: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Kevin Na, Alvaro Ortiz
8:25 a.m.: Patrick Reed, Devon Bling, Keith Mitchell
8:36 a.m.: Tyrrell Hatton Satoshi Kodaira, Andrew Landry
8:47 a.m.: Bernhard Langer, Rafael Cabrera Bello, Eddie Pepperell
8:58 a.m.: Branden Grace, Martin Kaymer, Haotong Li
9:09 a.m.: Emiliano Grillo, Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel
9:20 a.m.: Trevor Immelman, Alex Noren