What time does the Augusta Masters Final Round start at?
The Masters started on Thursday and the first cut was made after the second round on Friday. After Saturday's round, we are treated to what tends to be one of the finest spectacles on the sporting diary on Sunday with the winner bagging a purse of €1,700,000 for their work over the course of four days, it tends to ne a nervy affair.
Round four will be broadcast from from 20:00 (CET) on Sunday night until 01:00 on Monday morning, followed by the Green Jacket Ceremony following the conclusion of the final round.
You can find out what time the golf will be shown in you area by click on the event page here.
Where can I watch The Masters Final Round?
The Masters have live coverage on their website, which you can find here and the PGA Tour have also posted a better look at the schedule and where to watch. Aside from that, it is on Sky Sports in the UK with the red button offering you a chance to sit and watch Amen Corner all day, if you'd like, and there is an option to stream online via WatchESPN but that depends on what country you are in.
Who is sitting pretty at the top of the leaderboard?
Charley Hoffman leads after the second round but after a round 10 strokes worse than his opening 18 holes, Sergio Garcia, Rickie Fowler and Thomas Pieters have all joined him. They sit on four under going into the final two days.