What time does the final round of The Masters start, and when is the final pairing of Koepka and Rahm teeing off? All of your questions answered.
The Masters looks set for a traditional Sunday finish despite all of the weather delays. The third round was played in three-balls with groups starting from both the 1st and 10th tees to help get the first Major of the year back on track.
The first 54 holes were completed late on Sunday morning and the final 18 holes will revert to the traditional two-ball format, although a two-tee start will remain in place.
The final round gets underway at 12.30pm local time (5.30pm GMT) with the leader Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm, who is two shots back, off the 1st tee at 7.33pm. Both players are seeking their first Green Jacket with Koepka looking to win his fifth Major and Rahm going for his second.
Tiger Woods won’t feature in the final round despite making the cut. The 15-time Major champion withdrew midway through the third round after reaggravating his plantar fasciitis.
53 players will tee it up in the final round with Keith Mitchell heading out with an Augusta member who plays as a non-counting marker.
The Masters: TV and radio schedule in full
The Masters: Final Round Tee Times
USA unless stated, times EDT/BST, * Indicates amateur
12:30pm / 5.30pm: Tony Finau, Sahith Theegala
12:39pm / 5.39pm: Tom Kim (Korea), Keegan Bradley
12:49pm / 5.49pm: Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth
12:58pm / 5.58pm: Ryan Fox (New Zealand), Taylor Moore
1:08pm / 6.08pm: Sungjae Im (Korea), Kyoung-Houn Lee (Korea)
1:17pm / 6.17pm: Joaquin Niemann (Chile), Cameron Young
1:27pm / 6.27pm: Scottie Scheffler, Matt Fitzpatrick (England)
1:36pm / 6.36pm: Gary Woodland, Jason Day (Australia)
1:46pm / 6.46pm: Justin Rose (England), Shane Lowry (Ireland)
1:55pm / 6.55pm: Xander Schauffele, Patrick Reed
2:05pm / 7.05pm: Collin Morikawa, Sam Bennett*
2:14pm / 7.14pm: Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Russell Henley
2:24pm / 7.24pm: Viktor Hovland, Patrick Cantlay
2:33pm / 7.33pm: Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm (Spain)
12:30pm / 5.30pm: Tyrrell Hatton (England), Max Homa
12:39pm / 5.39pm: Chris Kirk, Scott Stallings
12:49pm / 5.49pm: Cameron Smith (Australia), Sepp Straka (Australia)
12:58pm / 5.58pm: Tommy Fleetwood (England), Abraham Ancer (Mexico)
1:08pm / 6.08pm: Si Woo Kim (Korea), Sam Burns
1:17pm / 6.17pm: Seamus Power (Ireland), Adam Scott (Australia)
1:27pm / 6.27pm: Harold Varner III, Harris English
1:36pm / 6.36pm: Zach Johnson, Mackenzie Hughes (Canada)
1:46pm / 6.46pm: Talor Gooch, Thomas Pieters (Belgium)
1:55pm / 6.55pm: Charl Schwartzel (South Africa), Dustin Johnson
2:05pm / 7.05pm: Mito Perreira (Chile), Fred Couples
2:14pm / 7.14pm: Billy Horschel, JT Poston
2:24pm / 7.24pm: Keith Mitchell
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