The 2023 Masters comes to an end on Sunday, April 9, at Augusta National Golf Club. Round 4 Masters tee times will be determined upon the completion of the third round. Once they are released, full final-round tee times will be reproduced at the bottom of this post.
This year’s Masters has been a thrilling one, with star players like Jon Rahm and Brooks Koepka dueling for green-jacket glory. After a rain-delayed second round and a wet third round on Saturday, the final round is set to begin on Sunday.
We won’t know final-round tee times for these Masters until after the final putt drops in Round 3. But we can look to last April to get an idea of when Sunday tee times will be.
On Sunday at the 2022 Masters, Scottie Scheffler and Cameron Smith teed off in the final pairing at 2:40 p.m. ET. The first group, featuring Cameron Davis and Adam Scott, began their rounds at 10:10 a.m. ET.
As long as players are successfully able to complete Round 3 on Saturday, you can expect Sunday tee times to be similar to last year.
You can stream Sunday’s final round via ESPN+, Masters.com and the Masters App or watch the action on TV via CBS.
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