What time will The Masters final round begin? Start time change, TV and live stream info, cut details for Augusta showpiece
The champion of the 2019 Masters will be crowned today.
The stunning Augusta National has played host to a brilliant tournament so far in the first Major of the year.
Francesco Molinari is the leading the rest after three rounds but the likes of Tiger Woods, Tony Finau and Brooks Koepka are still firmly in the hunt for glory in Georgia.
Who will win another memorable Masters? Here’s everything you need to know about it.
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The Masters 2019: When is it?
The tournament will take place between Thursday, April 11 and Sunday, April 14 and is as ever being held at Augusta National in Georgia.
Due to anticipated bad weather in the USA, the tee times for Sunday’s final round have been brought forward.
Play will now begin at 12:30pm UK Time with the leaders getting underway at 2:20pm.
The groupings will start simultaneously on the first and 10th tees and all players will be out in threes instead of the usual twos.
The Masters 2019: How can I watch it on TV?
Every day of the tournament will be live on Sky Sports Golf and Main Event with their full coverage beginning at 8pm on Thursday.
You can stream it on NOW TV with passes from £8.99 and watch on your TV box, games console, tablet, mobile or PC.
After the cut on day two, all the action from the weekend will be also broadcast free-to-air on BBC TWO.
BBC Masters schedule
- Friday, April 12 – Day 1 highlights (9.15am on red button, 7pm on BBC TWO and also via BBC iPlayer)
- Saturday, April 13 – Day 2 highlights (9.15am on red button, 1.15pm on BBC ONE and also via BBC iPlayer)
- Saturday, April 13 – Day 3 LIVE (7.30pm on BBC TWO and also via BBC iPlayer)
- Sunday, April 14 – Day 4 LIVE (1.55pm on BBC TWO and also via BBC iPlayer)
The Masters 2019: Who missed the cut?
This year’s 36-hole cut was +3, the following players missed out:
Jose Maria Olazabal
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